This Victorian terraced house is located in the centre of Kirkbymoorside. Restored and decorated to a high standard throughout, this property provides comfortable, spacious accommodation for up to six people. Retaining many period features - including timber beams in the upper rooms, original fireplaces and an attractive tiled entrance hall – the cottage also comes with a well equipped newly fitted kitchen. For summer holidays, the property comes with a pretty cottage garden and patio, leading to lawned area and traditional vegetable garden which is available for guests to use. There are also views of the church opposite, making this a central base for exploring a beautiful part of the country.
Positioned on the edge of the North York Moors National Park and set between Helmsley and Pickering is the attractive market town of Kirkbymoorside. Full of traditional Yorkshire buildings, this pretty town is the centre for all local farms and villages. Visitors to this lovely settlement will find a variety of tea-rooms, pubs and restaurants in addition to a number of high quality antique shops. There is also a market every Wednesday. Nearby Pickering is also worth visiting as the base of the North York Moors Steam Railway. With excellent walking and cycling routes though the magnificent scenery of the National Park, in addition to villages of Hutton le Hole and Lastingham all within easy driving distance, visitors to Kirkbymoorside will be spoiled for choice.