18th century stone cottage in Kirby Hill close to Richmond.
Located in a charming, peaceful village
Close to three National Parks
18th century stone cottage in delightful village
5 miles from Richmond with its Norman castle
Village inn serving excellent food in walking distance across the green
Sleeps 4 + cot
3 bedrooms - I double with cot, and 2 single
Duvets and bed linen provided
Bathroom with shower
Sitting room with log-burning stove (one basket of logs included)
Night storage radiators (electricity included)
Separate dining area
Radio CD player
Manor Cottage is a roomy, self-catering holiday home, well and equipped and maintained by the owner to the highest standards. It was, at one time, a Yorkshire school of the kind featured in the Dickens novel, Nicholas Nickleby.
The village of Kirby Hill is very old and boasts a large and very fine medieval church. The cottage has a view over the village green and is close to the Shoulder of Mutton - known for real ales and fine food.
The cottage’s location makes it an ideal springboard for visits to three National Parks - the Yorkshire Dales (only 4 miles away), the North York Moors (25 miles) and the Lake District (50 miles).
Richmond on the River Swale is on the doorstep (4.5 miles) and has a Norman Castle, the Georgian Theatre Royal (an active theatre with its own museum), and several markets, the Green Howards Regimental Museum and the Richmondshire Museum. So there’s plenty to see and do.
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