A charming semi-detached stone cottage, overlooking the village green, in the peaceful village of Newton upon Rawcliffe, on the edge of the North York Moors National Park.
Traditionally furnished with a homely feel, the cottage is warm and inviting, with a lovely woodburning stove set into a feature brick fireplace in the sitting area.
This holiday home also has a modern kitchen/diner and upstairs is a bathroom and two pretty bedrooms, both with a TV.
A couple of minutes’ walk brings you to the local village inn, which serves real ale, whilst just four miles away is Pickering with a number of amenities, independent shops, quaint tea rooms and a weekly market day.
A short walk from the doorstep up the hill leads to a public footpath with a spectacular viewing point.
This beautiful area is tailored for walkers and cyclists who love the countryside, with an abundance of trails and footpaths through the moors and scenic countryside.
There are also many attractions within reach, including stately homes and abbeys, such as Byland, Rievaulx and Castle Howard, and the historic city of York is less than an hour’s drive away - be sure to visit the Jorvik Viking Centre, famous Minster, National Railway Museum and medieval architecture.
A well-placed period cottage for a relaxing and interesting holiday.
Two bedrooms with TV: 1 x double with basin, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove.
About the location
Pickering 4 miles; North Yorks Coast 21 miles; York 30 miles.
A delightful unspoilt village on the southern fringe of the North York Moors National Park. Old stone cottages and farms cluster round the village green and duck pond. A haven of peace in delightful countryside, miles of forest and moor offer wonderful walking and touring. Picturesque villages; abundant wildlife. The places of interest in the area are too numerous to detail, but here are a few: The medieval walled city of York; castles and markets at Pickering and Helmsley; magnificent abbeys at Rievaulx and Byland; many old country houses (including Castle Howard) are all within easy reach; the North Yorkshire Coast, with its spectacular cliffs and beaches (approx. 21 miles); the spa town of Scarborough, famous for its summer concerts and theatre; Whitby, with its ancient abbey and quaint fishing harbour and many other fishing villages.