The Cottage Pickering
The picturesque town of Pickering stand at the entrance to the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, which has the largest expanse of heather upland in England during August & September. One fifth of the National Park is covers by woodland providing easy access trails. The town dates back to 270 BC, has a variety of shops, the Beck Isle Museum, Pickering Castle and within the church are some remarkable 15th Century murals.
Pickering is also the home of the famous North Yorkshire Moors Stream Railway, which runs eighteen miles to the village of Grosmont. It calls at various stations including Goathland, made famous as 'Aidensfield' home of the television series 'Heartbeat'. The station was also used in the 'Harry Potter' film.
Four miles is Flamingo Land Theme Park and Zoo the UK's fourth most visited park. Within walking distance is Thirnton Le Dale whilst a little further Hutton Le Hole, each competes for the most picturesque village in Yorkshire.
A drive of approximately thirty minutes takes you to the coastal resorts of either Scarborough or Whitby. An alternative is to take the short drive to the historic City of York
The stone built four-star cottage a Grade Two listed building is situated in Westgate on the road leading to Kirbymoorside and Helmsley. It is within a short walking distance of the town centre & railway station.
The cottage contains: kitchen/diner, lounge, two bedrooms, one double with en-suite shower room and one twin,(one threeft. bed & one two ft. 6 ins. wide) bathroom with full suite & overbath shower. Outside there is a patio area with garden furniture.
Services: Gas central heating, ALL FUEL/POWER AND BED LINEN INCLUDED IN RENTAL, electric cooker, fridge ,freezer, automatic washing machine, microwave, colour television with built in video, DVD player ,CD player/radio.
The house benefits from constant hot water & security lighting.
Not suitable for children under the age of five
Sorry no pets
This is a non-smoking property.
||2 Summerfields Drive
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This page was last updated: 24 August 2011