Close House Cottage is a pretty self contained Victorian cottage attached to the owner's 16th century property has been newly updated to create spacious, comfortable accommodation of a high standard. It includes an enclosed private sunny courtyard garden with seating as well as ample parking. The cottage offers a well equipped bespoke kitchen, leading into an open plan living/dining area. There is a downstairs WC and handbasin. Upstairs there is a generous bathroom with bath, separate shower, washbasin and WC. The bedroom and bathroom lead off a spacious landing with views over the surrounding countryside. Large bedroom with king size bed. An ideal romantic setting for two to stay. Walk or bike from the door exploring the many footpaths in the beautiful North Yorkshire countryside. The nearby market town of Easingwold has a wide range of shops and pubs, with award winning pubs in nearby villages. Close to the ancient city of York with numerous attractions ranging from the Minster to the National Railway Museum. The area also has a wide range of stately homes. A quiet setting with easy access to the whole of North Yorkshire. NOTE: Your may prefer to contact me directly as Owner Direct are now charging customers a fee. Find us on Stilwell's Cottages Direct property number 270622.
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- Minimum Stay2 - 7 nights
Near Georgian town of Easingwold, Nr. York, Yorkshire, 1 bedroom kingsize bed, spacious accommodation. Beautiful countryside close to York
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- English, French
- Calendar last updated:
- Jul 9, 2018
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Lovely well presented cottage home from home.
The cottage was well situated for lots of day trips to Thrisk, North Allerton, The Dales and the Moors, as well as Whitby and Scarborough. Lots of brillant walks for the dog. The owners were very welcoming, allowed privacy, but were available if needed. Will return to this cottage
Excellent place to stay
This place is one of the best we have stayed in, it's very spacious all round, clean, comfortable(especially the bed) and very well equipped with everything you need. The location is great for a get away from it all break,with lovely views & walks from the doorstep. Excellent!!!
The cottage had everything you could possibly need, very clean .
A cottage with everything
A lovely, comfy cottage, beautifully equipped in a most spectacular part of the world. We walked, my dog and I, enjoying many sightings of wildlife including deer, owls, woodpeckers, boxing hares, partridge, pheasant and of course Spring lambs. Lots of wonderful pubs nearby but the kitchen is well equipped if you wish to stay in and enjoy local produce. I could not have had a nicer week, although the weather might have been a bit kinder!!
Exceeds expectations in every respect
We felt immediately at home here, partly because of the warm welcome from the hosts but also the comfort and high standard of all the facilities. Equipment has been extremely well thought through in terms of both range and quality. Heating arrangements during a wet November stay were perfectly attuned to our needs and easy to use. Bed and bedding, which can be disappointing in holiday properties, were of a pleasingly high standard. The property was impeccably clean and everything worked. The care and consideration of the owners was exemplary . A nice touch is the voucher for use at the nearby Durham Ox in Crayke,well worth a visit. We would heartily recommend the Cottage, and indeed already have, to anyone seeking a high quality, well run home-from-home within easy reach of York and the stunning scenery of the Coast, the Moors and the Dales.
Close cottage Oulston
Close cottage is spacious, well equipped, warm and absolutely spotlessly clean, we had a lovely time there and will return in the future
Coast/Beach: Whitby, Scarborough and Bridlington are within an hour's drive travelling through beautiful countryside Travel: Leeds Bradford Airport is 45 minutes drive away Trains to Manchester Airport run regularly from York A car is essential Distances: Nearest town is the Georgian market town of Easingwold with all amenities. 3 miles away York is 16 miles away with numerous attractions, including the amazing Minster the Jorvic Centre and the National Railway Museum Many stately homes are nearby including Castle Howard and Newby Hall and many National Trust properties Dalby Forest 30 mins away offers great cycle trails Whitby, Scarborough, the Dales and the North York Moors are all within an hour's drive. Closer to home you can explore the numerous footpaths in the area Further Details: The Galtres Centre in Easingwold has a range of highly regarded cultural events including live transmissions from the Royal Opera House, the National Theatre and international productions. See www.visit-easingwold.com and click Events for details. The Galtres Centre also has a gym and a range of classes including Pilates and yoga. The Durham Ox, an award winning pub and restaurant, is a five minute drive away. There are excellent cafes, shops and banks and cash points in Easingwold and a good variety of pubs and takeaways. Other villages have a range of pubs and restaurants. Further details are in the cottage. Ampleforth has a newly updated indoor swimming pool while, for the hardier swimmer, a heated open air pool is available in Helmsley. Ampleforth also has a tea room in the Abbey grounds; the cider orchard is another attractive part of Ampleforth. Helmsley provides beautiful shops in an attractive market town - it's a great place to pick up a picnic for a day out from its famous deli. Comprehensive shopping facilities are available at Clifton Moor on York's northern ring road, the A1237. Supermarkets deliver regularly to this area. Easy Park & Ride buses run frequently into York from Rawcliffe Bar just inside the northern ring road where it meets the A19. Easingwold has a GPs' practice and a dentist that provides NHS services.
Rates & Availability
Booking Notes: Booking enquiries and bookings can be made by email, text or telephone. firstname.lastname@example.org, 01347 822700 Payment can be made by cheque, bank transfer or PayPal. A non returnable 25% deposit at time of booking to secure the reservation, with the balance to be paid 8 weeks prior to arrival. For late bookings, i.e. 8 weeks of less before arrival, the full amount is due at time of booking. N.B. Owners Direct is now taking a FEE from guests. Please contact us DIRECTLY by phone or email to avoid this. Changeover Day: Friday is preferred, but we are able to be flexible out of the main season. Out of season we are able to offer four, three and two night stays. Please contact us directly for prices of these. Notes on prices: Short three night breaks are available out of the main season and at last minute. Please contact Paula Eleanor for availability and prices.