This terraced cottage is situated close to the town of Malton in North Yorkshire.
The cottage is perfect for enjoying the beautiful surrounding countryside of the North York Moors National Park, with easy access to the east coast resorts of Whitby, Scarborough and Filey.
From the front door of this lovely cottage you enter the well-equipped farmhouse-style kitchen with dining area where you can enjoy home-cooked meals.
This leads through to the sitting room which has comfortable seating with TV, DVD and WiFi and also a beautiful Opti-myst electric fire.
There is also a downstairs cloakroom on this floor.
Proceed up the stairs where there is a beautiful double bedroom with en-suite shower, another double bedroom and a single bedroom together with a family bathroom.
Outside, you can relax in the enclosed garden with a book and a refreshing drink whilst planning your day’s activities for the rest of your holiday.
Visit the beautiful market town of Malton where you will find excellent restaurants, inns and tea rooms.
There are also a good selection of galleries and antique shops with the weekly market being held in the central square.
If you wish to explore historical homes, just a little further away from the cottage there is Castle Howard, Scampton Hall and Duncombe Park.
Alternatively, take a trip back in time on the North York Moors steam railway which you catch in Pickering.
Take a train at Malton and spend a great day in York or try a river cruise on the Ouse.
A great base for exploring this lovely part of the country.
Three bedrooms. 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area (seats 4). Sitting room (seats 4) with electric fire.
About the location
York 18 miles; Scarborough 24 miles.
The market town of Malton has been the historic centre of Ryedale since Roman times, and has many interesting buildings including the old Corn Exchange and Assembly Rooms. A weekly general market is still held in the town, as well as livestock and farmers’ markets. The Yorkshire Moors are to the north, and the Yorkshire Wolds are to the south, making it excellent countryside for walkers and cyclists. The impressive coastline is just 24 miles away, whilst the historic city of York is an 18 mile journey. A perfect base for touring the attractions of North Yorkshire.