Pocklington 3 miles.
This lovely, detached log cabin is situated on a quiet holiday park overlooking fields, within three miles of the charming little market town of Pocklington and a short drive from York.
An ideal location for friends or families to explore this beautiful part of the country.
The lodge has a well-equipped kitchen, and a sitting room with dining area complete with woodburner.
There are three comfortable bedrooms, one of which has a king-size double bed, a twin bedroom and a single bedroom.
A family bathroom with corner bath and separate shower completes the accommodation.
French doors from the cabin open out onto a large decked patio with comfy furniture, an ideal place to relax with a refreshing drink whilst planning your next day’s activities.
The village of Pocklington has all the facilities you would expect from a market town, including a street market held on Tuesdays.
Further afield there are some very picturesque villages, each with a character of their own, where you’re sure to find a traditional pub or two, perfect after a day of touring this pretty area.
The many attractions of the historic city of York are within easy reach, just ten miles away, with the park and ride facility a short drive away.
About the location
York 13 miles.
The pretty little market town of Pocklington nestles at the foot of the Yorkshire Wolds in the Vale of York. It is perhaps best known for Burnby Hall Gardens - 8 acres of gloriously beautiful gardens with two large lakes which are home to the National Collection of water lilies. There are several world famous attractions nearby - majestic Castle Howard, beautiful Sledmere House, and of course the historic city of York. The town boasts a leisure centre offering a wide range of sports, including swimming, a Civic Centre and the Pocklington Arts Centre, which shows various films and stages live shows throughout the year. Pocklington is also home to Madhyamaka Kadampa Meditation Centre, known worldwide for its meditation courses and retreats, plus the KP Golf Club is situated approx. 1 mile away and offers wedding and other event facilities, a stylish bar and a restaurant, as well as an 18 hole championship golf course. Just a few miles away is the village of Warter, which is where David Hockney produced his 'Bigger Trees Near Warter' painting. Nearby are various cycle ways including the North Sea Cycle Route and walkers will love either the long distance walks along the Wolds Way or one of the many more circular walks in the area for all abilities. For those who enjoy touring by car, Pocklington forms part of the Pocklington Round, a lovely scenic drive which takes in some of the area’s prettiest villages.