Coxwold Cottages offers both a luxury, self-contained Holiday Cottage as well as a boutique Shepherd’s Hut - both located in the heart of the charming village of Coxwold inside the North York Moors national park and adjacent to the Howardian Hills. Comfortable and tastefully decorated, each is a boutique retreat designed for one or two adults featuring quality bedding, towels and toiletries. A Welcome Hamper is provided, including breakfast provisions, wine and homemade goodies. Strictly no smoking, pets or children.
In the Holiday Cottage, an open-plan living area provides modern well-equipped kitchen, spacious lounge and dining area. Centrally heated throughout, there is an open fire to enjoy in winter. The large bedroom and dressing area includes King-size bed with Hypnos mattress, dressing table and wardrobe with quality bed linens, throws and cushions. The modern bathroom features bath and over-shower with dual shower fittings, heated towel rail, under-floor heating, toilet and hand-basin. Outside, there are private gardens that guests can enjoy.
The luxury Shepherd’s Hut provides the perfect location for a short break or long weekend. Compact yet thoughtfully designed, the Shepherd’s Hut features King size bed, en-suite shower room with heated towel rail, kitchen for simple food preparation, underfloor heating and outdoor seating/dining area. The Shepherd’s Hut is tucked away in a secluded part of lovely private gardens – overlooking green fields and moors. Combining traditional charm with modern luxury, the Shepherd’s Hut was individually designed for Coxwold Cottages and hand crafted in Yorkshire.
The charming village of Coxwold with historic Church and traditional village pub is the perfect location for a relaxing holiday, short break, foodie or shopping weekend – or as a base for walking, cycling or other outdoor pursuits. York and Harrogate are both around 45 minutes away depending on traffic. You can enjoy the best of Yorkshire: foodie heaven with great gastro pubs and restaurants; great heritage, from Shandy Hall, Newburgh Priory and Byland Abbey within the environs of Coxwold to Castle Howard or Fountains Abbey which are just a half hour drive away; great market towns with boutique shops like Easingwold, Helmsley and Malton, Yorkshire’s food capital; quirky places like the neighbouring village of Kilburn, famous for Mouseman furniture, and the famous White Horse carved into Sutton Bank; and the most amazing walking country right from our doorstep in the North York Moors national park.
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