Cote Ghyll Cottage

Self Catering

Description

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Cote Ghyll Cottage is a modern, spacious detached cottage beautifully decorated throughout with solid oak wood furniture and a hand carved stone fireplace. The cottage sleeps up to eight people in four spacious bedrooms soft beds, soft towels, radio alarm clocks and hairdryers. There are two shower rooms/bathroom. The games room is a den of fun with the 7ft Supreme pool table and childrens toys.

This dog-friendly self catering accommodation is ideal for families, walkers or anyone wishing to visit this beautiful peaceful part of the North York Moors National Park.

Cote Ghyll Cottage enjoys two lawned private gardens with patios, wood fired hot tub (from Feb 2020) seating, sandpit and BBQ area. A private driveway leads to private parking for 2 cars (further shared parking is available on request).

The fully fitted kitchen comes well equipped with dishwasher, fridge freezer, electric oven, gas hob and microwave. The solid oak dining table seats up to 8 people. In addition a separate utility space includes a washer/dryer, iron & ironing board and cleaning equipment.

For those that have to work or play, free WiFi  is provided throughout the cottage for up to 8 devices. The cottage also has a flat screen television with built in Freeview and DVD player. In addition the separate games room with pool table also has a flat screen TV with Freeview and sofa bed (seats 2). The cottage is immaculate and beautifully presented.

Cote Ghyll Cottage is an ideal base for discovering the very best of what North Yorkshire has to offer. Surrounded by trails for walking & cycling, it lies on a network of footpaths including Cleveland Way, Coast to Coast and the start of the Lyke Wake Walk.  A 10 minute walk leads you to Cod Beck Reservoir; a local beauty spot. For cyclists the Park is situated on route 65 of the National Cycle Network and offers a vast array of cycle paths for all abilities from the doorstep.

A 10 minute walk in the opposite direction gets you to the historic, popular and picturesque village of Osmotherley with three excellent pubs/restaurants, shops and cafe.

All guests will be warmly welcomed.

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Facilities

  • On-Site Parking
  • Wi-fi
  • Pets Accepted
  • Child Friendly

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