Nestled within the endearing village of Nafferton, is this traditional cottage, Coachmans Cottage.
Tucked between the rolling moorland of the North Yorkshire Moors and the picturesque coastline, this heart-warming retreat offers a wonderful escape from city life for a family of four.
Upon entering the dwelling, you are welcomed into the sitting room, boasting a warming woodburning fire and exposed beams to fill the room with a sense of charm during those chilly winter evenings.
Continuing to impress is the amply equipped kitchen, where you will find all the necessities to rustle up a wonderful home-cooked meal for you and your loved ones.
After an action-packed day, you will be delighted to retire to one of the well-presented bedrooms, comprising of two double bedroom, with one featuring zip/link beds.
Spend a moment or two within the enclosed garden area, where you and your loved ones can enjoy a spot of alfresco dining, before heading out to explore the area further.
If you don’t feel like cooking one evening, a short stroll will bring you to three country pubs and a superb fish and chip shop, as well as a shop for picking up any necessities.
For days out, you have the lush countryside of the East Riding of Yorkshire to explore, as well as the majestic North York Moors to discover.
During the warmer months, venture to the resort town of Scarborough, where you can spend an afternoon soaking up the sun or visit the SEA LIFE Sanctuary and the medieval castle.
26 Middle Street is an endearing base for a family getaway to the East Riding of Yorkshire.
Over two floors. 1 x king-size bedroom (zip/link, can be made into twins on request), 1 x king-size bedroom. Shower room with a walk-in shower, basin and WC. Sitting room. Sitting/dining room.
About the location
Driffield 2 miles; Bridlington 9 miles; York 29 miles.
The village of Nafferton is conveniently situated in the pretty countryside of the Yorkshire Wolds, yet only 2 miles from the market town of Driffield and 9 miles from the seaside resort of Bridlington. A large village, with mainly traditional dwellings that cluster around the mere and village greens, it is served by three country pubs, a village shop, a post office and a fish and chip shop. The railway station there is only 2 minutes walk away and extremely useful; only one stop to Bridlington and four to Scarborough! This is a lovely area for gentle walking, exploring the countryside and visiting stately homes and gardens such as Sledmere House and Burton Agnes Hall. A short ride takes you to the popular east coast seaside resorts with their long sandy beaches, whilst the historical City of York, with its famous minster, is well worth a visit.