A characterful mid-19th century, terraced, oak beamed cottage situated overlooking the picturesque pond in the attractive village of North Dalton, nestling in the heart of the Yorkshire Wolds. The village is a short drive from Driffield and Pocklington and the historic market town of Beverley, and only 20 miles from York and the East coast where Bridlington and Scarborough give visitors a wonderful seaside resort experience. The Heritage Coast found there includes the spectacular seabird reserve of Bempton Cliffs.
For shopping and entertainment the historic and contrasting cities of York and Hull are both within a 40 minute drive with a host of museums, art galleries, theatres, cinemas, eating places and Hull's submarium, ''The Deep'' - the World's largest. The stately homes of Burton Agnes Hall, Sledmere House and Castle Howard are all a short drive from North Dalton and Beverley and York racecourses are easily accessible as are the North York Moors.
The cottage is comfortably laid out with the front rooms overlooking the village pond and 11th century village church. A conservatory leads into a small, well-maintained rear garden with room for outdoor dining and lounging. The cottage is only 2 mintues walk from a friendly local pub serving excelent bar meals.
The cottage comprises: Double bedroom; Single bedroom; Dining room to seat 4; Lounge with settee, entertainment systems; Fully-equipped kitchen; Downstairs toilet & shower room.
The cottage is fitted with electric central heating throughout. All bedding, towels, crockery and cutlery and a limited supply of coal for the fire are provided within the hire charge. Parking space for one car is provided and pets are welcome subject to notification with a welcome pack. Payphone also within the property.