Kirkbymoorside Cottages

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    Pheasant Cottage: Superb barn conversion in open countryside 1.5 miles from Kirkbymoorside. Beams, exposed stone work, woodburning stove. Pickering 6 miles. (Ref. 929317)

    7 nights from £377

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    Chapel Cottage: Charming detached Hutton-le-Hole cottage amidst North York Moors National Park. Former chapel, high pitched roof in sitting room, woodburning stove. Wonderful walking from doorstep. Kirkbymoorside 4 miles. (Ref. 17677)

    7 nights from £310

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    Brookleigh: Charming, stone, period cottage in pretty village of Hutton-le-Hole. Open fire, cosy, comfortable accommodation. Private rear garden, lovely views over village green. Walkers' delight. Kirkbymoorside 3.5 miles. (Ref. 22745)

    7 nights from £359

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    The Old School House: Unique Grade II listed Old School House above shop overlooking village green in Hutton-le-Hole. First floor apartment with character window and enclosed rear courtyard. Modern open plan living. Helmsley 9 miles. (Ref. 932240)

    7 nights from £299

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    Hollyside Cottage: Delightful end-terrace cottage in centre of Hutton-le-Hole. Open fire, beamed ceilings, garden leading to village beck. Excellent walking in beautiful area. Kirbymoorside 3.5 miles. (Ref. 1667)

    7 nights from £271

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    Primrose Hill Farmhouse: Delightful mid-terrace cottage in picture postcard Hutton-le-Hole. Rayburn, woodburning stove and lovely views over village green. WiFi, dog friendly. Kirbymoorside 3.5 miles. (Ref. 1401)

    7 nights from £296

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    Boonhill Apartment: Perfect apartment for two people offering flexible accommodation with a super king-size double or twin bedroom. At the edge of the stunning North Yorkshire Moors and within an hour of Scarborough and York. (Ref. 940141)

    7 nights from £265

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    The Granary: Delightful detached stone cottage on owner's complex in Appleton-le-Moors village. Cosy, characterful accommodation with open fire, garden room, fine views over open countryside. Wonderful walking/cycling from the door. Kirkbymoorside 3.5 miles. (Ref. 936454)

    7 nights from £329

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    Darley Cottage: Charming end-terrace stone cottage in idyllic location in North York Moors. Traditionally furnished, characterful accommodation. Lovely rear garden, WiFi. Excellent walking and cycling from the door. Local pub 2 mins walk. Kirkbymoorside 3 miles. (Ref. 944481)

    7 nights from £286

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    Archway House: Spacious and comfortable semi-detached cottage in quiet village of Nawton, on edge of North York Moors. Private rear garden with pleasant aspect. Bike storage. Excellent walking, cycling area. Kirkbymoorside 3 miles. (Ref. 924810)

    7 nights from £302

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Experience the magical landscapes of the North York Moors National Park with a stay in one of our Kirkbymoorside holiday cottages.

Exuding a village-like atmosphere, this charming market town (meaning church-by-the-moorside) is a popular choice with visitors and offers a very warm welcome whatever the time of year.

It features a lovely cobble-lined main street flanked with Georgian townhouses and stone cottages, a good choice of pubs and restaurants, as well as shops to accommodate your holiday needs. There's also a weekly market every Wednesday. Interested in history? Look out for All Saints' Church, with its Saxon and Norman roots, and the timbered Black Swan Inn dating from 1632. Over the years two castles have stood in town and a walk to the top of Vivers Hill - one of the original castle sites - offers glorious views over town and the Vale of Pickering.

Attractions close by include the magnificent Rievaulx Abbey at Helmsley and the Ryedale Folk Museum at Hutton-le-Hole. A little further afield but still an easy day-trip are Castle Howard and the seaside resort of Scarborough.

The breathtaking National Park is just a mile from Kirkbymoorside and an absolute delight to explore whether your preferred method is walking, cycling, riding, golfing or driving. The wild, sweeping expanses of heather-clad moorland will take your breath away and whichever way you go, you'll come across picturesque villages steeped in tradition.

And don't forget to check local listings for performances by the town's award-winning brass band - the icing on the cake of any Kirkbymoorside cottage holiday!