Northallerton 1 mile.
A beautifully hand-crafted detached log cabin with a hot tub, situated on a working arable farm with horses and llamas, close to the market town of Northallerton.
This single-storey lodge has been skilfully constructed to provide a holiday home of real style in a beautiful location.
Offering a bright and spacious, warm welcome at any time of the year, there are exposed beams throughout, an open plan living area with a designer kitchen, dining area and sitting area, two delightful bedrooms and shower room.
Open the patio doors and step onto a spacious balcony, where you can relax watching the local wildlife, whilst admiring the lovely views across the surrounding farmland.
There is an array of good walks from the doorstep, whilst Northallerton offers two weekly markets, excellent restaurants, tea rooms and shops.
Within driving distance are the historic city of York, the spa town of Harrogate and the coastal resorts of Saltburn and Whitby.
Also nearby are the Yorkshire Dales and heather-clad North York Moors National Parks, both of which are well worth exploring.
A fabulous log cabin in a peaceful location.
Note: This property is next to Refs. 928436 and 933238, together they sleep 12.
About the location
Thirsk 9 miles.
Northallerton is a County town and administrative centre of North Yorkshire, located at the foot of a ridge dividing two river basin areas, the Wiske and the Cod Beck, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, on the edge of the Vale of York, between the Hambleton Hills and the Yorkshire Dales. This thriving town boasts market days on Wednesdays and Saturdays, when both sides of the High Street are home to stalls selling a wide range of goods and produce, plus on the fourth Wednesday of the month the market is joined by a farmers' market. Despite its modest size, Northallerton has a number of independent and national shops, including Betty’s Tea Rooms, Lewis & Cooper, an outstanding delicatessan and wine merchant, award-winning butcher’s, artisan baker, greengrocers, two department stores, several supermarkets and bookshops. With good rail links to Newcastle-Upon-Tyne and York, the activities are not just restricted to the countryside. Situated equidistant between the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors, the opportunities for exploration are endless. These include a day at the races at one of the many local courses, including Thirsk, a family trip to the unique Forbidden Corner at Middleham, a trip to a country house such as Newby Hall, Kiplin Hall and Castle Howard, or a round of golf. The restored Victorian resort of Saltburn, plus the pretty beaches and coves of Runswick Bay, Sand's End and Robin Hood's Bay, along with the town of Whitby, are all within one hour's drive away.