Set in a stunning and unspoilt valley, surrounded by moorland this charming, traditional Yorkshire cottage lies in the heart of the North York’s National Park. Close to Yorkshire’s Jurassic coast/seaside villages.
Stone built, dating from around 1840 the Coach House has leaded and mullioned windows, beams and many original features. Antique furnishings throughout. Situated in the lee of historic and architecturally important Westerdale Hall.
Ground floor: Spacious lounge/dining room with wood burning stove.
Kitchen with cooker, washer/drier, microwave and large fridge freezer.
First floor: Two double bedrooms, one single with extra pullout bed.
Family bathroom. Oil central heating.
A welcome pack of logs and kindling on arrival, added supplies at cost price. Private, secluded garden with terraced seating area, gated drive/ample parking. A wonderful rural retreat for families and couples. Sorry no smoking.
Westerdale is a small rural village in heart of the North Yorks Moors National Park. With excellent cycling and walking routes.
There are numerous attractions in the area including Ryedale Folk Museum, Castle Howard and the lovely market towns of Helmsley, Pickering, Kirbymoorside etc. There is easy access to the coastal villages of Whitby, Runswick Bay, Staithes and Sandsend