The Granary is a barn conversion, resting on the edge of the North York Moors National Park, within the village of West Ayton.
Enjoying a rural countryside location, this two-bedroom property is ideal for a walkers retreat or family getaway to the area.
The interior plays host to an open-plan living area, where you will be delighted with the facilities within the kitchen area, perfect for rustling up an evening meal, before unwinding within the sitting area, complete with a TV.
After a long day’s walk you will appreciate a warming soak within the bath, or enjoy a refreshing shower.
Retire of an evening within the double bedroom which offers its guests an idyllic Juliet balcony, where you can enjoy your morning coffee whilst taking in the surrounding rural views.
For additional guests there is a second bedroom, complete with twin beds.
Step outside to enjoy an enclosed patio area, where you can enjoy a well-deserved glass of wine.
If you are visiting with younger guests, they will be delighted with the children’s play area, situated a stone’s throw away from the cottage.
Just a short car journey or a leisurely 1.5 mile walk will find yourself within the centre of West Ayton, which plays host to a pub and shop.
If you can tear yourself away from this cottage, why not explore the wonders of the North York Moors National Park, where you will unearth miles of coast, countryside, nature and breath-taking scenery at every step.
Alternatively, you can drive out to the resort town of Scarborough, where you can explore the historic castle, wonder around the beautiful Japanese garden or soak up the sun at the beach.
Younger guests will be delighted with the Sea Life Sanctuary and the Alpamare water park.
Make The Granary your base for touring the breath-taking countryside.
About the location
Scarborough 6 miles; Whitby 25 miles.
Resting on the edge of the breath-taking North York Moors National Park, is the small village of West Ayton. Visitors of the village will be charmed by the 14th-century castle, situated to the east of the village, along with a community centre, a surgery, a pub and a number of local businesses. Its twin village, East Ayton perches on the opposite side of the River Derwent, where you will find a larger selection of amenities. Situated on the edge of the National Park, this little village plays host to miles of walks to be enjoyed. Noteworthy routes include The Bridestones and the Hole of Horcum, Forge Valley and the Derwent Sea Cut. Alternatively, a 15-minute drive will find you within the resort town of Scarborough, complete with a brimming town centre, a beach and harbour. Attractions include the Japanese-style garden, Peasholm Park, the medieval Scarborough castle and the wonderful SEA LIFE Sanctuary. West Ayton promises an idyllic base for touring the countryside and coast.