This lovely stone cottage has been converted from a threshing barn and is situated overlooking the village green of Newton-upon-Rawcliffe, four miles from Pickering, on the edge of the North York Moors National Park.
Ideal for a family or group of friends, this cottage offers upside down accommodation and is an ideal base for exploring this wonderful area.
Inside this delightful cottage is a large, well-equipped kitchen with an exposed beam and dining area, and also on the first floor is a spacious and sunny sitting room with original beams and a woodburning stove, which is ideal to curl up in front of on winter evenings.
On the ground floor are three bedrooms consisting of a double, twin and single, and completing the accommodation is a bathroom with underfloor heating.
The quiet, but working village of Newton boasts a pretty cluster of stone farms and cottages around the village green and duck pond.
Superb walking, riding and cycling can be enjoyed over moors, forest and woodland, plus the famous North York Moors steam railway runs close by en-route to the coast.
Also in the area are castles, abbeys, stately homes, market towns and picturesque fishing villages, and historic York is within driving distance.
Three ground floor bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. First floor kitchen with dining area. First floor sitting room 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.