A holiday cottage in Rosedale Abbey near Pickering, North YorkshireTHE FLOUR POT
4 Old Mill Cottage,
Post Office Road,
Rosedale Abbey,
Nr. Pickering,
North Yorkshire
YO18 8SA

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Features:
Off road parking
All ground floor accommodation
Pub/shop 2 minutes walk

Price range: From £320 pw.



For Further details please contact:

Margaret Cook
Tel: 01751 417873
Mob: 07979 628747
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
10 Oct, 17 Oct


The property  
  • A most charming detached stone cottage, situated in a secluded courtyard setting in Rosedale Abbey village.
  • It provides a lovely romantic hideaway for couples wanting to get away from it all, with excellent walking and cycling opportunities from the doorstep.
  • Thoughtfully furnished and decorated to a high standard, there is a warm and inviting generous-sized open plan living area with comfortable seating and a well-equipped modern kitchen and dining space.
  • The high vaulted ceiling and picture windows give a spacious feel, yet the cottage still retains its cosy ambience.
  • The double bedroom leads off from the sitting room and is complemented by quality bedding and a bright contemporary en-suite.
  • Outside, there is private parking and a patio area where you can sit with a morning coffee.
  • With stunning scenery and an enviable network of public footpaths, this area is a walker's paradise.
  • Pickering and the surrounding area offers a selection of supermarkets and amenities including a swimming pool, a castle, a train station and several farm shops selling local produce.
  • Castle Howard and the ancient city of York are well worth a day's outing and the seaside resorts of Whitby, Filey and Scarborough are all accessible by car.
  • A wonderful area to explore, from a delightful cottage.

Accommodation:  
  • All ground floor.
  • One double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC.
  • Open plan living area with kitchen, dining and sitting area.
Amenities:  
  • LPG central heating
  • Electric oven, ceramic hob, microwave, larder fridge, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, selection of books and DVDs
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Private parking for 1 car in gated courtyard
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop and pub 2 mins walk
  • Note: There is no mobile reception available in Rosedale Abbey
  • Note: This property does not accept children or infants
  • Note: Check-in 4pm.
 About the location:  

ROSEDALE ABBEY
Kirkbymoorside 8 miles;
Pickering 10 miles;
Whitby 6 miles.

Situated in the heart of the North York Moors National Park and handily placed for touring both the Moors and the Coast, the picturesque village of Rosedale Abbey is set within Rosedale, a beautiful valley of sweeping hillsides and breathtaking views. Rosedale is surrounded by wonderful moorland countryside with footpaths and bridleways radiating out in every direction. Today, a stone pillar, staircase and sundial are all that is left of the 12th century Cistercian Priory that gave the village its unusual name.

Charming stone built cottages cluster around the village green alongside country pubs and restaurants, village shops and tea rooms and an international glass studio which featured recently in the BBC's "Countryfile" programme.

For the keen golfer there is the picturesque course at Kirkbymoorside but for sheer fun and entertainment, visit the pitch and putt course in Rosedale, less than half a mile from the cottage.

For visitors of all ages there is the fully refurbished exhibition space at The Moors National Park Centre in Danby, which provides a new way of experiencing the history, heritage and landscape of the North York Moors. This major revamp tells the story of the Victorian ironstone and railway era and invites visitors to explore the National Park's "Land of Iron."

For those visitors interested in architecture, then both the Abbeys at Rievaulx and Byland are worth adding to the Itinerary.  There is also a small Folk Museum in the pretty village of Hutton-le-Hole which holds workshops throughout the summer months and a spectacular National Trust property at Nunnington, a distance of about 10 miles.

For the rail enthusiast, a trip on the North York Moors Steam Train is a step back in time and with Special events like Rosedale Agricultural Show ( August) Pickering War Week-end (September) and Whitby Goth Week-end (October) occurring annually, there is something for everyone to enjoy throughout the year.

Travel:  
  • Durham Tees Valley 50 miles.
Notes on prices:  
  • Prices are for the property per week and are quoted in UK pounds.
  • Changeover day is Saturday.
  • The cottage is available from 4.00 pm on the day of arrival.
  • Departure time is 10.00 am.
Booking Notes:  
  • A booking deposit of 25% of the total holiday cost is required at the time of booking.  The balance is due 8 weeks before the start of the holiday.
  • The cancellation policy is as follows:
  • Up to 8 weeks - full refund.
  • 4-8 weeks - 50% refund.
  • 2-4 weeks - 25% refund.
  • Less than 2 weeks no refund.
 
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
10 Oct, 17 Oct



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THE FLOUR POT
4 Old Mill Cottage,
Post Office Road,
Rosedale Abbey,
Nr. Pickering,
North Yorkshire
YO18 8SA

______________


Features:
Off road parking
All ground floor accommodation
Pub/shop 2 minutes walk

Price range: From £320 pw.


For Further details please contact:

Margaret Cook
Tel: 01751 417873
Mob: 07979 628747
Last minute vacancies during weeks:
10 Oct, 17 Oct


The property  




Accommodation:   Amenities:  

About the location:  

ROSEDALE ABBEY
Kirkbymoorside 8 miles;
Pickering 10 miles;
Whitby 6 miles.

Situated in the heart of the North York Moors National Park and handily placed for touring both the Moors and the Coast, the picturesque village of Rosedale Abbey is set within Rosedale, a beautiful valley of sweeping hillsides and breathtaking views. Rosedale is surrounded by wonderful moorland countryside with footpaths and bridleways radiating out in every direction. Today, a stone pillar, staircase and sundial are all that is left of the 12th century Cistercian Priory that gave the village its unusual name.

Charming stone built cottages cluster around the village green alongside country pubs and restaurants, village shops and tea rooms and an international glass studio which featured recently in the BBC's "Countryfile" programme.

For the keen golfer there is the picturesque course at Kirkbymoorside but for sheer fun and entertainment, visit the pitch and putt course in Rosedale, less than half a mile from the cottage.

For visitors of all ages there is the fully refurbished exhibition space at The Moors National Park Centre in Danby, which provides a new way of experiencing the history, heritage and landscape of the North York Moors. This major revamp tells the story of the Victorian ironstone and railway era and invites visitors to explore the National Park's "Land of Iron."

For those visitors interested in architecture, then both the Abbeys at Rievaulx and Byland are worth adding to the Itinerary.  There is also a small Folk Museum in the pretty village of Hutton-le-Hole which holds workshops throughout the summer months and a spectacular National Trust property at Nunnington, a distance of about 10 miles.

For the rail enthusiast, a trip on the North York Moors Steam Train is a step back in time and with Special events like Rosedale Agricultural Show ( August) Pickering War Week-end (September) and Whitby Goth Week-end (October) occurring annually, there is something for everyone to enjoy throughout the year.

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