Osmotherley 0.25 miles.
A charming detached cottage nestling on the edge of the owner's caravan park, in lovely woodland just a short walk from the conservation village of Osmotherley.
Furnished with solid oak furniture in a contemporary style, this Osmotherley cottage provides spacious accommodation in a beautiful countryside setting in the North York Moors National Park.
This Osmotherley cottage offers a warm and cosy sitting room with a carved stone open fire, a children's games room, a well-equipped kitchen with dining area and four welcoming bedrooms with views across the park and the surrounding countryside.
Outside this Osmotherley cottage there is a raised garden area, which is perfect for relaxing in, whilst enjoying the setting sun and a glass of wine.
The park also provides children's playgrounds next to the stream and excellent walking from the doorstep, to the nearby Cod Beck Reservoir and down to the delightful village of Osmotherley where three pubs/restaurants provide fine ales and good pub food.
Walks on the doorstep are the Cleveland Way, Coast to Coast and the start of the Lyke Way walk.
This Osmotherley cottage is an ideal touring base for those wishing to explore the coastal resorts of Whitby and Scarborough, the North York Moors, the Yorkshire Dales, and the magnificent city of York.
This Osmotherley cottage is ideal for a family or group of friends to get together and enjoy this wonderful area.
About the location
Northallerton 7 miles; Thirsk 11 miles.
Osmotherley is a picturesque North Yorkshire conservation village, with grass and tree lined streets set on a small hillside on the western edge of the North York Moors National Park, nestling between the Cleveland Hills to the east and the Yorkshire Dales to the west. Osmotherley is very popular with cyclists and walkers with the Cleveland Way and the Coast-to-Coast long distance footpaths passing close by and it’s also the start (or finish!) of the famous Lyke Wake Walk. Osmotherley has attractive stone-built houses centred around an old village cross with three pubs, a picturesque coffee shop, a well-stocked general store and a fish and chip shop. The nearby market towns of Northallerton, Stokesley, Helmsley, Thirsk and Ripon with its famous racecourse, have cobbled market squares, quaint little alleyways awash with cosy tearooms and lovely delicatessens, all offering excellent shopping and weekly markets. The historic cathedral cities of York, Ripon, Durham and Newcastle are all within an hour's drive, as well as the spa town of Harrogate; this great area has something for everyone.