The Old Cottage, a Grade II listed terrace dating back to the mid-1700s, sits comfortably in the friendly Yorkshire village of Nafferton.
Exuding great character and resting perfectly for exploring the superb countryside and coastline nearby, use this as the welcoming return for an adventure-filled break in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
Step straight into a charming little dining room, dotted with delightful period features, this is an ideal spot to kick your muddy boots off after a countryside stroll and unwind with a warm brew.
Step through into the compact, galley-style kitchen which is excellently appointed with an attractive Belfast sink and rustic touches.
Spend the evenings in the heart-warming sitting room, a thoughtfully decorated setup with a beautiful fireplace housing a period woodburner and a Smart TV which outlines the fabulous contrast of modernity and tradition throughout this superb Yorkshire getaway.
Also on the ground floor is an exquisite, period bathroom, it displays a classy, freestanding porcelain bath with a shower over.
At the end of each day, clamber the stairs to the first floor, the landing area doubles as a cosy little snug with a day bed making a peaceful spot to sit with a book, or alternatively host two extra guests with the optional trundle bed available.
From here, enter the immaculate master bedrooms which exude peace and comfort.
During the summer, step out onto the rear garden, this fabulously maintained area with furniture and a BBQ for that alfresco feast under the sun.
A convenient shop sits adjacent to The Old Cottage, while Nafferton also offers a couple of wonderful little places to enjoy a drink or a bite to eat.
Just a couple of minutes away is the splendid market town of Driffield which offers a range of fine amenities and a golf club.
Also within reach is the beautiful East Yorkshire coastline, with the popular resort of Bridlington less than 10 miles away.
The magnificent city of York is also within reach by car and is more than worth a day of exploration.
Get away to The Old Cottage for a break never to forget.