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Wold View Cottages - The Barn in Yapham, North Yorkshire, North East England

Wold View Cottages - The Barn, Yapham, North Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £311 to £ 537

Self catering accommodation in Yapham sleeps 4.

Features include: • Pet friendly • Short Breaks • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 4

Accommodation overview: The Yorkshire Wolds are often referred to as one of England’s ‘best kept secrets’ – a place waiting to be discovered. Here amongst the gently undulating hills, in the small village of Yapham, nestle these former farm buildings – a haven of peace and tranquillity, where wonderful walks abound and panoramic views over open countryside and the rolling wolds can be savoured from many rooms. With 4* and 5* gradings from Visit Britain, these holiday cottages have been restored to provide spacious and very comfortable accommodation, equipped to a high standard, and each enjoys its own sitting-out area with half an acre of shared gardens looking out towards Givendale and Garrowby Hill.
The bustling market town of Pocklington (2 miles) offers a good choice of shops, inns and restaurants, and is home to Burnby Hall Gardens, where visitors can take a stroll around its famous lily ponds, said to be amongst the finest in Europe. Those seeking more active pursuits will find many sporting facilities on offer, and golfers can try their luck on the local course. For a day full of adventure and variety, the historic walled city of York is just 12 miles distant. The range of activities on offer here is endless; wander amid atmospheric cobbled streets alive with street entertainers and lined with specialist shops just waiting exploration, marvel at the beauty of its ancient Minster, or step back in time at the Jorvik Viking Centre and Castle Museum. Alternatively view the city in a different light with a boat trip along the River Ouse or a night out at the theatre followed by a romantic meal at one of York’s excellent restaurants.
A 25-mile drive leads to the magnificent North York Moors National Parks, where open moorlands beckon the walker, and visitors of all ages can enjoy a trip aboard the North York Moors Steam Railway, which follows a scenic route from Pickering to Goathland (Heartbeat’s Aidenfield). For a day by the seaside, the coastal resorts of Bridlington and Filey offer wide sandy beaches (both within 30 miles), while a little further afield picturesque Whitby (overlooked by its abbey) has some good seafood restaurants and a cliff-top golf course. Locally, places of interest include the historic house and gardens at Castle Howard, together with Sledmere, Burton Agnes and Eden Camp. Racing at York, Beverley and Thirsk. Many villages with their own charming blend of craft shops, village stores and country inns to explore in the vicinity. Shops 2 miles.


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The Olde Institute in Starbotton, North Yorkshire, North East England

The Olde Institute, Starbotton, North Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £195

Self catering accommodation in Starbotton sleeps 4.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Fishing near by • Golf near by • Easy Walking Access • Short Breaks • Games Room • Det

Accommodation overview: Situated in the quiet scenic village of Starbotton in the heart of Upper Wharfdale, this delightful detached cottage offers unusual cosy and welcoming holiday accommodation with an abundance of polished wood floors, open log fire and galleried area overlooking the lounge. An enclosed garden and patio to the rear provides privacy and breathtaking extended views over the Dales.


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Riverdale in Riverside, North Yorkshire, North East England

Riverdale, Riverside, North Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 8
Weekly prices from £699 to £ 1538

Self catering accommodation in Riverside sleeps 8.

Features include: • Internet Access • Games Room • Detached Property • Cottage Sleeps 8

Accommodation overview: In a ‘picture postcard’ setting beside the River Skirfare, in the very heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, stands this spacious detached cottage. Riverdale is beautifully furnished and has landscaped gardens, perfect for moon-lit barbecues, that blend into extensive 6-acre grounds which provide total seclusion for guests, making this the ideal rural retreat from which to escape the pressures of modern day life. Stunning views over river and dale can be admired from many of the rooms, and walks beckon from the doorstep, whether it be a gentle stroll along the river bank or a bracing hike over the fells. Close by lies the village of Kilnsey, with its unusual glacially sculptured overhang of rock (Kilnsey Crag), which proves popular with climbers. The National Park information point at Kilnsey Park provides information on the Crag and the surrounding area, whilst a trout farm offers a wealth of interest for families with its conservation and nature trail, trout viewing and feeding areas, as well as fly fishing on two lakes. Geared for children as well, there is a fun-fishing area for the under twelves and an adventure playground. With an estate shop, restaurant and coffee shop on-site, a complete day out can be planned in conjunction with pony trekking at Conistone. Beyond Kilnsey, stunning scenery and wonderful views can be savoured at Littondale, where Pen-y-ghent looms in the background, and idyllic Arncliffe with its village green, church and pub is only a 20-minute walk along the river and proves a popular refreshment point for walkers. West of Wharfedale, the limestone features of Malhamdale attract many visitors – Malham Cove, Malham Tarn and Gordale Scar acting as the magnets. Consisting of a sheer escarpment, crowned by a fractured pavement, there are also waterfalls and dry valleys to take in whilst walking in this awe-inspiring area. The traditional market towns of Skipton (with its well-preserved medieval castle) and Hawes (with Wensleydale Creamery and Ropemakers Museum) both make for pleasant days out. Grassington is a popular local village, easily accessible from Riverdale at only 8 miles, making a pleasant bike ride. Shop 4 miles, pub 1½ miles.

Two sitting rooms, each with wood-burning stove. Dining room. Well-equipped farmhouse kitchen with Aga. Two double bedrooms, one with 5ft bed and one with en-suite shower room. Separate toilet. Two twin bedrooms. Bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, shower cubicle and toilet.


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Cobble Cottage in Spennithorne, North Yorkshire, North East England

Cobble Cottage, Spennithorne, North Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £170

Self catering accommodation in Spennithorne sleeps 4.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Fishing near by • Golf near by • Easy Walking Access • Short Breaks • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 4

Accommodation overview: Cobble Cottage nestles within an 18th Century courtyard of holiday homes in a quiet backwater off the main street in the attractive village of Spennithorne in the heart of Wensleydale. Converted from a former coach house, Cobble Cottage provides ground floor accommodation with feature randon stone walls in the lounge area along with exposed beams.


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Mill House in Leyburn, North Yorkshire, North East England

Mill House, Leyburn, North Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £210

Self catering accommodation in Leyburn sleeps 4.

Features include: • Garden • Fishing near by • Golf near by • Pub near by • Easy Walking Access • Short Breaks • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 4

Accommodation overview: Situated in a tranquil part of Bellerby village opposite the Old Mill, 150 year old stone built Mill House enjoys a gentle stream trickling down besides the road to the rear and a picturesque cottage garden and patio laid with two old mill stones to the front. Bellerby is easily accessible from the A1 and enjoys the facilities of a country pub which also sells basic provisions. The cottage is very well equipped and offers cosy and welcoming holiday accommodation with every home from home comfort. Excellent footpath walks may be enjoyed direct from the door, leading past the Mill race and out into the open countryside, ensuring a perfect base for the outdoor enthusiast. The bustling market town of Leyburn is 2 miles away and provides a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants along with an outdoor market on the market square each Friday. At the top of the town, The Shawl is the perfect view point overlooking Wensleydale and is believed to have been the escape route for Mary Queen of Scots from nearby Bolton Castle and is thought to have been named after she dropped her shawl there! Lots of attractions in the surrounding area to suit all age groups include The Forbidden Corner - perfect for children and adults alike, the Teapottery, the Chocolate factory, Bolton and Middleham Castle, Constable Burton Gardens and Aysgarth Falls complete the Yorkshire Dales National Park visitor centre and spectacular waterfall walks.


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Countryman Cottage in Winksley, North Yorkshire, North East England

Countryman Cottage, Winksley, North Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £0

Self catering accommodation in Winksley sleeps 4.

Features include: • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Fishing near by • Golf near by • Easy Walking Access • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 4

Accommodation overview: Situated in the picturesque village of Winksley, Countryman Cottage is a beautiful holiday home which has been stylishly furnished and decorated to offer high quality accommodation. Quietly nestling within the grounds of the owners home, the cottage enjoys an open plan living area, complete with wood burning stove offering a cosy welcome. Luxurious bedrooms overlook the peace and tranquility of the owners garden and the master bedroom housing a fully tiled en suite, offering privacy for families or two couples sharing. To the rear of the cottage, terraced patios complete with garden furniture provide privacy and make the perfect retreat for morning coffee or a glass of wine early evening.


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The Coach House in Richmond, North Yorkshire, North East England

The Coach House, Richmond, North Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 10
Weekly prices from £745 to £ 1856

Self catering accommodation in Richmond sleeps 10.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Internet Access • Pub near by • Short Breaks • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 10

Accommodation overview: A splendid holiday property set in magnificent gardens; first-prize holder in the Daily Mail 1995 National Gardens Competition, and featured in several publications including Homes and Gardens, The Sunday Times, The English Garden and Homes & Antiques as well as television’s Out and About series. Situated just off the cobbled square in Richmond and with countryside views, it possesses tremendous character, style and space. The restored Coach House is separately set within the shared gardens of the owner’s home.
The ancient town of Richmond, at the gateway to Swaledale, has an unfinished 11th-century castle and an excellent market place. The town is a hive of activity, offering a theatre, shops, inns, restaurants and a host of other town amenities. A riverside footpath leads gently to Easby Abbey, with some parts still remaining. Other historic and religious sites in the area include Bolton Castle, Jervaulx Abbey and Coverham Abbey. Within driving distance are Scotch Corner and Catterick (once the home to a Roman camp), and Kiplin Hall is well worth a visit. Ripon is home to Fountains Abbey, Britain’s largest and most beautiful monastic ruin which has the added bonus of being the focal point of Studley Royal, an 18th-century landscaped garden complete with lake, temples, water garden and deer park. The scenic splendour of the Dales is easily accessible, providing good walking, cycling and riding terrain.
A little further afield are the bustling Tyne towns of Newcastle and Durham, both excellent for their great shops, markets, restaurants and bars. Durham is also famous for its majestic 12th-century cathedral, medieval castle and university – the third oldest in England. Below the castle and cathedral are the wooded banks of the River Wear, where riverside walks can be enjoyed, passing a succession of elegant bridges with fine vantage points over the town. Shops 200 yards.

Set separately within the grounds, this charming property has five en-suite bedrooms and a spacious first floor sitting-room to take advantage of lovely views. Ground floor: Dining hall. Country kitchen. Cloakroom and toilet. Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom and toilet. First floor: Double bedroom with en-suite shower room and toilet. Two twin bedrooms, each with en-suite bathroom and toilet. Second floor: Beamed sitting-room with open fire and views to the castle and the river. French doors to upper level garden. Twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom and toilet.


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Scalby Lodge - Mulgrave Cottage in Scalby, North Yorkshire, North East England

Scalby Lodge - Mulgrave Cottage, Scalby, North Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £367 to £ 962

Self catering accommodation in Scalby sleeps 4.

Features include: • Garden • Internet Access • Close to the Beach • Pub near by • Cottage Sleeps 4

Accommodation overview:

"Owned by Her Majesty the Queen who visited the estate in 2010, these former farm buildings and cottages have been transformed and are in an ideal holiday location from which to explore both the North York Moors National Park and the glorious Heritage Coast of Yorkshire."

Scalby Lodge sits in an idyllic location on the edge of the elegant seaside town of Scarborough, with direct access to the Cleveland Way and affording stunning views towards the 12th-century castle ruins and across the coastline towards Bempton Cliffs RSPB Bird Sanctuary. Bird watchers should note that there is direct access to Scalby Pond boasting a private hide which guests are welcome to use. Scarborough is known as the first seaside resort and has been welcoming guests for more than 300 years. It boasts two beautiful beaches, with the North Bay being popular with surfers and the South Bay perfect for a fun-filled family day at the seaside. The town centre is home to an eclectic mix of shops, a wide choice of restaurants and its very own theatre where plays by the famous Alan Ayckbourn can be enjoyed. A stroll along the esplanade, featured in the TV series The Royal and Heartbeat, is a delight with far reaching views towards the castle and across the bays. Other places to visit include the 12th-century castle, Peasholm Park, the Sea Life Centre and an open air theatre.
To the south are Filey, Bridlington and many historic homes, halls and castles with Burton Agnes Hall housing a large collection of Renoir and Monet art, and Sewerby Hall and Gardens well worth a visit. To the north is the historic port of Whitby, renowned for its connections with Captain James Cook. The town is home to the stunning abbey which overlooks the colourful harbour and marina, and is the departure point for steam rides across the moors aboard the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Smugglers coves include Robin Hood’s Bay, Runswick Bay and Staithes where tumbling cottages cling to the cliff edges. Further inland are the North York Moors, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, where quaint villages tucked away deep in the valleys await discovery. Visit the daffodil fields of Farndale in springtime, a truly magnificent sight to behold.
Dalby Forest is home to the world mountain bike events and offers cycle hire with tracks to suit all ages, picnic areas with barbecues, the ever popular Go Ape, a visitor centre with children’s play areas and a very popular café with terraced eating areas - an ideal place to recharge your batteries. Alternatively, take a day out to Flamingoland Theme Park and Zoo. The market towns of Malton, Kirkby Moorside and Pickering host weekly markets and are easily accessible. A little further afield, discover the minster city of York, 40 miles, with galleries, museums, theatres and York Minster itself. Scarborough and the surrounding areas are packed with things to do and there really is something to suit all the family. Shop and pub ½ mile.

Spacious open-plan living/dining room with wood-burning stove and well-equipped kitchen area. Double bedroom with 5ft bed, TV and en-suite shower room with toilet. Twin bedroom. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet.

  • Wood-burning stove - initial fuel inc, thereafter avail at cost
  • Ground source heating inc
  • Two Freeview TVs
  • DVD
  • Washer/dryer
  • F/freezer
  • Welcome pack
  • Easy walking access

  • Elec, bed linen and towels inc
  • T/cot
  • H/chair
  • M/wave
  • D/washer
  • Wi-fi
  • Enclosed garden with seating
  • 5-acre shared grounds
  • BBQ
  • Shared children’s play area
  • Ample parking
  • No smoking
  • Friday to Friday


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Hallgarth House in Pickering, North Yorkshire, North East England

Hallgarth House, Pickering, North Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 10
Weekly prices from £568 to £ 1284

Self catering accommodation in Pickering sleeps 10.

Features include: • Garden • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Close to the Sea • Golf near by • Pub near by • Short Breaks • Games Room • Cottage

Accommodation overview: This imposing Grade II listed property, one of a row, is over two hundred years old. Furnished and decorated to the highest standards, it oozes charm, character and elegance with a mix of antique and reproduction furnishing and original art work. Whitby is about 23 miles; the elegant seaside town of Scarborough and the pretty fishing town of Filey are easily reached. The cobbled streets of the market town of Pickering are a 5-minute stroll from the door, with castle, museum, parish church, steam railway, trout farm, theatre, swimming pool, many bars and restaurants. Golf, fishing, cycling and bridle paths locally. Shops 200 yards, pub 150 yards.

Large living room with open fire, mullion windows, wooden floor. Sitting room with open fire. Spacious dining room with tiled floor. Large well-equipped kitchen with Aga, breakfast area. Utility. Separate toilet. First floor: Double bedroom with 5ft bed. Two twin bedrooms. Bathroom with roll-top bath, shower cubicle and toilet. Second floor: Double bedroom. Twin bedroom. Bathroom with toilet.


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Arngill in Muker, North Yorkshire, North East England

Arngill, Muker, North Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £195

Self catering accommodation in Muker sleeps 4.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Fishing near by • Easy Walking Access • Short Breaks • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 4

Accommodation overview: Set at the head of Swaledale in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Arngill Cottage was originally built as Mukers Wesleyan Chapel in 1845, converted into cottages in the 1940s and lovingly renovated over the last years, now offering a charming and well equipped character cottage. It has a stone flagged entrance hall, feature staircase curving to a balustrated landing on the first floor, solid oak floor boards, lime-washed walls, a large open plan living area with beamed ceiling, window seats, stone and lime rendered fireplace with wood-burning stove. The kitchen is stone flagged with vaulted ceiling, original, exposed beams and a hand crafted kitchen incorporating pine panelling from the original chapel. The cottage has gorgeous views over wild-flower meadows, Straw Beck flows right opposite the cottage. The historic landscape is rich in wildlife, rivers and waterfalls, ancient paths and tracks and an ideal base for a wide range of year round activities or just plain relaxing.


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Ashtree House - Cabenza in York, East Yorkshire, North East England

Ashtree House - Cabenza, York, East Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 6
Weekly prices from £406 to £ 834

Self catering accommodation in York sleeps 6.

Features include: • Golf near by • Pub near by • Short Breaks • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 6

Accommodation overview: This fine Victorian building has been renovated to form spacious, comfortable apartments of E.T.C. ‘4 Star’ standard. Set on the edge of York, in the quiet suburb of Clifton. Near Rawcliffe Bar Park and Ride, this is an ideal location for discovering the historic city, renowned for its Minster and assortment of museums, including the Castle Museum, Railway Museum and famous Jorvik Viking Centre. The cobbled streets which wind through the walled city offer excellent shops, bars and restaurants. Within 30 miles lie the glorious Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors, with its steam railway from Pickering (25 miles). Along the coastline, the scenery varies from the dramatic cliffs at Bempton, gentle shelving sands at Filey, the historic seaport of Whitby and the traditional resort of Scarborough – all within 40 miles. Local places of interest include Castle Howard, Beningborough Hall and Rievaulx Abbey. Racing at York, Thirsk and Ripon. Ten-pin bowling and cinema at Clifton Moor, 1 mile. Golf and sports-centre in York. Shops 200 yards, local inn 500 yards.


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Struncheon Hill Farm - Woodlands in Bridlington, East Yorkshire, North East England

Struncheon Hill Farm - Woodlands, Bridlington, East Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £352 to £ 875

Self catering accommodation in Bridlington sleeps 4.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Swimming Pool • Fishing near by • Short Breaks • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 4

Accommodation overview: Peace and tranquillity set amongst Yorkshire’s finest countryside and long stretches of magnificent beaches...

Steeped in history these former barn buildings have been lovingly restored using all of the original materials. Presented to a very high standard and offering spacious accommodation, each holiday cottage has its own enclosed garden and decked patio area for sole use, to while away the hours overlooking stunning paddocks where deer and foxes play. Guests have free use of the owners’ private indoor heated swimming-pool, a communal games room and a children’s play area. The complex is surrounded by open countryside and a newly planted broad leaf woodland area, and is only four miles from the pretty village of Brandesburton. Struncheon Hill Farm is a haven for those who enjoy having fun around water with a river, lake and pond nearby. Fishing, canal cruises and a Jet Ski and Diving School are less than half a mile from the door. Visitors will find locally an 18-hole golf course, horse riding, clay pigeon shooting, a parachute and gliding centre, and an RSPB bird sanctuary.
Just a short drive leads to the traditional seaside resorts of Bridlington, Scarborough and Filey with miles of Blue Flag sandy beaches, colourful promenades, inns and tea rooms in abundance, offering the perfect family day out. Walking and cycling tracks surround the cottages and there is easy access to the Yorkshire Wolds - one of Yorkshire’s best-kept secrets. Robin Hoods Bay is well worth a visit, where children will love the chance to search for fossils amongst the rock pools. For stunning views, Flamborough Head is a must and visitors will delight in the puffin colonies that cling to the cliff side. For an alternative day trip, York will not disappoint and meandering along the cobbled streets of ‘The Shambles’, packed with curio and antique shops, as well as many museums including The National Railway Museum and Jorvik Viking Centre will keep both adults and children alike amused for hours.
Explore British heritage when visiting stately homes and halls such as Burton Agnes Hall with its large collection of Monet and Renoir paintings, or Sledmere Hall with its beautiful gardens only a 30 minute drive away. The attractive market town of Beverley 12 miles away, where visitors can enjoy ancient cobbled streets, quaint shops and friendly local people, completes the area of peace and tranquility surrounding Struncheon Hill Farm. Shops, pub and restaurant 4 miles.


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