An attractive detached property, situated ten miles from both York and Harrogate, in the peaceful village of Moor Monkton.
Beautifully appointed throughout, this Moor Monkton cottage provides ideal accommodation for those wishing to enjoy the many attractions in these historic towns but within easy access to beautiful countryside and the East Coast.
With an open plan living area, this Moor Monkton cottage boasts high quality furnishings, with oak doors, a porcelain tiled floor and a granite breakfast bar.
The cosy and comfortable sitting area opens onto the decked patio, a lovely, sheltered spot overlooking open countryside.
With great attention to detail throughout, this Moor Monkton cottage offers two stylish bedrooms and an opulent bathroom complete with champagne holder!
A few minutes' drive from this Moor Monkton cottage brings you to the walled City of York, with its famous Minster, National Railway Museum and the Jorvik Viking Centre.
Explore the ancient streets steeped in history, take a boat trip on the River Ouse, or just enjoy the excellent retail therapy!
Equally beautiful is the wonderful old spa town of Harrogate with its elegant buildings, immaculate gardens and numerous restaurants and pubs.
A charming Moor Monkton cottage providing a perfect touring base all year round.
About the location
York 10 miles; Harrogate 16 miles.
The small and affluent village of Moor Monkton is quietly situated in anenviable position ten miles from the centre of York and a little further from Harrogate. Surrounded by rural countryside, this peaceful village has a local church and a mixture of both traditional and modern builds. A short drive brings you to the elegant spa town of Harrogate where the beautiful architecture, and acres of immaculate gardens and open spaces are sure to delight. There are excellent shopping opportunities and restaurants here, whilst the surrounding countryside is outstandingly beautiful and offers fantastic walking opportunities. The historic City of York has much to offer visitors, with its medieval walls, famous Minster and internationally renowned Jorvik Viking Centre. With boat trips on the River Ouse and the National Railway Museum, there is something to fascinate everyone all year round. From here there is both easy access to the North York Moors and the coastal resorts of Scarborough and Whitby, whilst many stately homes are in the area, such as Castle Howard and Harewood House.