Mabel Cottage is a charming stone-built end-terrace cottage nestling in a quiet position in the peaceful village of Osmotherley in the heart of the North York Moors National Park.
This former miner's cottage, dating back to the early 1800s, is larger than average due to a more recent extension which provides a spacious living room and second bedroom, exudes charm and character and is ideal for couples or a family looking to explore this scenic area.
This superb cottage unusually has a private car parking space within its grounds.
It offers comfortable accommodation, featuring a warm and inviting living room complete with a wood burning open fire, perfect for getting cosy after an exciting day out exploring the local area.
The well-equipped kitchen/diner is a lovely place to enjoy a delicious home-cooked meal and a bottle of wine, whilst planning your next day ahead.
The ground floor also includes a pretty twin bedroom and a modern family bathroom.
Upstairs the cottage boasts a characterful bedroom with a king-size bed and delightful countryside views.
Outside, there are private seating areas to the front and side of the cottage with raised areas to the rear where you can enjoy a morning coffee before setting off for another day in this beautiful location.
Osmotherley, a conservation village full of history, is a walkers’ and cyclists’ paradise with plenty of footpath walks surrounding it including the Cleveland Way, Coast to Coast and the Lyke Way Walk.
There are three excellent pubs in the village, all serving fine ales and superb cuisine, so after a long day of walking why not treat yourself to a well-earned drink or meal?
This Osmotherley cottage is an ideal touring base and retreat for those wishing to explore the coastal resorts from Saltburn to Whitby, Scarborough, the Yorkshire Dales, the North York Moors and the many magnificent towns and cities within an easy one hour’s drive away.
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.
Note: Due to the unfenced first tier of the garden, this makes it unsuitable for children under the age of 4 years