Secret View Cottage, a wonderful mid-terrace cottage, proudly sits in an elevated position amongst the Howardian Hills, with far-reaching views across the timeless, beautiful landscape of North Yorkshire.
To the south is the historical city of York, the seaside towns of Scarborough and Whitby lie to the east and the North Yorkshire Moors are easily accessible.
This cosy cottage has been sympathetically and imaginatively renovated to offer a charming holiday home for couples and small families.
Both bedrooms have lovely views, particularly the single bedroom, which overlooks the Vale of York.
There is a kitchen plus dining and sitting areas in the open plan living space, which leads to a patio, perfect for alfresco meals, sharing a bottle of wine or just catching up on a spot of reading.
The Howardian Hills are recognised as a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the stunning views from the cottage will certainly show you why!
Yorkshire's premier, multi award-winning lavender farm and specialist plant nursery, Yorkshire Lavender, is within a mile of the cottage.
Complete with a gift shop, tea rooms and restaurant, deer and sculpture park, Yorkshire Lavender is a day out with a difference!
A wonderful holiday cottage for a holiday exploring Yorkshire.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Malton 9 miles; Helmsley 11 miles.
The pretty village of Terrington lies in the Howardian Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This delightful village houses a shop/café. The main street is lined with old stone cottages with the village church perched a little above, lying on the Howardian Ridge. There is an award-winning lavender farm in the village, which is open to the public and well worth visiting. Terrington is surrounded by the market towns of Helmsley, Easingwold, Kirkybymoorside and Malton. The beautiful countryside is ideal for walking and cycling, whilst for the less energetic there are plenty of nearby attractions, including the stately home of Castle Howard (from Brideshead Revisited) where open air concerts are held in the summer months. The historic city of York lies ten miles away, with its famous Minster, Jorvik Viking Centre and National Railway Museum. With theatres, good restaurants and excellent shops it is a wonderful city to visit. With the North York Moors to explore and an easy drive to the coast, Terrington provides an ideal location to stay.