Sympathetically converted from a brick built barn, this property is one of a group, set around an old courtyard within walking distance of Thornton-le-Moor village. Renovated to a high standard, this cottage is full of period character and boasts high beamed ceilings, a cosy living area, a well equipped fitted kitchen and a wood-burning stove. Able to sleep up to 9 people across four bedrooms, this property is ideal for a large family group of a group of friends looking to travel together.
Situated between the historic towns of Thirsk and Northallerton, the peaceful village of Thornton-le-Moor is located at the foot of a ridge dividing two river basin areas - the Wiske and the Cod Beck. As part of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the edge of the Vale of York, this little village is perfectly placed for access to both the Hambleton Hills and the Yorkshire Dales. With history dating back to Roman times, the oldest remaining part of Thornton-le-Moor is composed of two rows of brick built houses, reflecting the rich architecture of the Georgian and Victorian period. The Black Swan pub is located within the village and serves both fine ales and excellent food whilst for a little variation, the market town of Northallerton offers excellent shops and a weekly market. Nearby Thirsk boasts a famous racecourse in addition to a cobbled market square and quaint alleyways whilst the cathedral cities of York and Ripon are also within easy reach.