These four self-catering cottages are located between the North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales National Parks. Set around a lawned courtyard garden these well-equipped cottages have been sympathetically converted from former farm buildings and retain many of their original beams and exposed brickwork. Situated in peaceful countryside but only three miles from the attractive market town of Northallerton, these traditional cottages provide a relaxing holiday retreat in a comfortable environment. The cottages are equipped and furnished to a high standard and are prepared and maintained by the resident owners Julie and James Griffith who live in the adjacent farmhouse.
Local places of historic interest include Kiplin Hall, Mount Grace Priory, Fountains Abbey, Richmond Castle and lots more in the surrounding area. The various other places of interest include the Black Sheep Brewery at Masham, The Arboretum and Birds of Prey Centre at Thorp Perrow and horse racing at Catterick and Thirsk. For sports enthusiasts the local golf club and driving range is one and a half miles away and there is horse riding and fishing in the vicinity. The cities of York and Durham are within easy travelling distance by road or rail and the coast at Whitby is easily accessible.
Price includes all linen, towels, heating and electricity. Cots and high chairs available free of charge. Open all year.