Brandsby 2 miles.
Hobbits is a fabulous and delightful detached barn conversion situated in the owner's grounds in the small hamlet of Stearsby.
This cottage is the perfect choice for exploring the idyllic countryside and villages of the Howardian Hills.
The mellow Yorkshire stone and soft exterior colours present a perfect picture.
Inside, the décor is neutral and calming, enhanced by the traditional beams, high ceilings and natural light.
The open plan living area naturally leads to the French doors opening out to the terrace with south facing gardens, open views to fields and amazing evening sunsets.
The staircase leads directly onto a beautiful bedroom offering a choice of an indulgent super king-size bed or two single beds making this an ideal choice for friends or a couple.
This stunning area is home to some of the country's most glorious gardens including the formal terraces, lakeside paths and rose gardens at Castle Howard.
Yorkshire Lavender is a heady visit where you can enjoy the many varieties of lavender.
The area is dotted with bustling market towns and distinctive villages offering independent shops and galleries.
Nearby Malton is one of the county's most renowned foodie destinations famous for its local produce and hosts an excellent farmers’ market.
Helmsley is a picture postcard and it is easy to see why it recently achieved the title of 'Britain's Best Market Town'.
The North York Moors National Park is a short and pleasant drive and is home to the largest continuous expanse of heather moorland in England; stunning!
This is a fantastic cottage which makes an ideal base for exploring this area.
Note: This property can be booked with Ref 8634, together they sleep 6.
About the location
York 12 miles; Helmsley 10 miles; Harrogate 16 miles.
The small, peaceful village of Brandsby lies in the Vale of York, surrounded by the beautiful, rolling countryside of the Howardian Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Close by is Crayke with an award winning gastro pub, whilst nearby Stillington provides a local shop, a Post Office, and three dining pubs, and the market town of Easingwold offers all the usual amenities, including a traditional Friday market. Brandsby is handily placed for touring, with the famous City of York only 12 miles away, whilst the North York Moors and East Coast, seaside towns of Scarborough, Bridlington and Whitby are all within an hour's drive. The surrounding area is steeped in history, with an abundance of abbeys, stately homes and gardens, such as Castle Howard, Byland Abbey and Helmsley Castle, waiting to be explored. Also close by are miniature and full size steam railways, together with Flamingo Land, Light Water Valley, The Forbidden Corner, Sea World and The Deep, great for family days out. There are excellent eating places nearby, numerous market towns and pretty villages to explore, and great walking opportunities; an excellent destination for a varied year-round break.