This Grade II listed, end-terrace cottage rests on the main street running through the fascinating market town of Pickering in North Yorkshire.
The characterful interior and wealth of things to see and do within easy reach, makes this a great place to bring your friends of family along to get a real taste of this fine region of England.
The kitchen at the property is compact yet excellently equipped, offering all that you need and touched delightfully with wooden units to bring a rustic feel.
A charming dining room lies adjacent, a warming spot to enjoy your meals while it also benefits from a stunning feature Rayburn adding character to the set up.
From here, step into the comforting sitting room, boasting a soothing neutral layout so you can sit and relax of an evening with the warmth of the woodburner to make it extra special.
Take the stairs to the first floor to discover the two serene bedrooms; the double and twin bedrooms share access to an exquisite bathroom, a lavish setup with the choice of a bath and a separate shower cubicle.
Pickering is a wonderful town to base your cottage holiday, this charm-filled market town is lined with pretty buildings which play host to the finest shops, pubs and eateries to make the most of.
You can also enjoy the North York Steam Railway and visit the attractive Pickering Castle.
The surrounding area offers something to suit every taste, from the luscious North York Moors National Park, to the ever-popular seaside resort of Scarborough which is less than 20 miles away.
Treat you and your loved ones to a break away at this heart-warming Pickering cottage.
About the location
Kirkbymoorside 7 miles; Helmsley 13 miles; Scarborough 18 miles; Whitby 22 miles; York 27 miles.
This historic market town, with its full range of amenities and traditional shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants, serves as the official gateway to the beautiful North York Moors National Park, home of the Heartbeat countryside. Enjoy a ride on the North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway, where Harry Potter fans can even explore some of the locations used in the filming of The Philosopher’s Stone! The Beck Isle Museum is also well worth a visit, with its unique collection of black and white photography and displays of rural life. Walkers will be spoilt for choice by the rolling hills, valleys, rivers and abundant wildlife of the North York Moors, whilst the city of York and the Heritage Coast are just half an hour’s drive away. All in all, a wonderful setting for a relaxing holiday.