This modern, detached bungalow overlooks a small recreation ground in the pretty market town of Pickering.
Offering all ground floor accommodation, the property has been refurbished to a high standard and is great for small families and groups of friends, with a well-equipped contemporary kitchen and a cosy, comfortable sitting room with a gas fire.
There is also a double bedroom, a twin room and a bathroom, while outside, an enclosed, neat garden sits to the rear, with astroturf and furniture, providing a sheltered sunny spot in which to relax and unwind.
A few minutes’ walk from this quiet corner of Pickering brings you into the bustling market place, with its excellent choice of tea rooms, pubs and eateries.
There are many independent shops to browse in and a short walk takes you up to the castle ruins, which enjoy fine views over the town.
Pickering is the gateway to the North York Moors National Park and from here, there are ample walking opportunities.
The stately homes of Duncombe Park, Castle Howard and Nunnington Hall are waiting to be explored, as are the Ryedale Folk Museum at nearby Hutton-le-Hole and the Beck Isle Museum in Pickering.
A must is a ride on the renowned steam railway that winds its way through the stunning, scenic countryside to Grosmont and an easy drive brings you to Whitby and Scarborough.
Culture lovers will enjoy a day out in York, with its famous minster, the National Railway Museum and medieval architecture.
This charming bungalow in Pickering has something for everyone to enjoy, in a wonderful part of the country.
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.
Note: No children under 5 years old