Pickering, North Yorkshire
Luxurious manor house set in the Yorkshire countryside with stunning views across the Vale of Pickering, ideal for family gatherings and large groups.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Get together with friends and family for a luxurious holiday in this grand Yorkshire manor house set in the picturesque Vale of Pickering. The beautiful six-bedroom house sleeps up to 12, making it ideal gatherings, celebrations or getaways with large groups. Spend your days exploring the North York Moors National Park and the nearby towns and villages before relaxing in the 18-foot swim spa in the summer or curling up in front of the log-burning stove in the winter. The house effortlessly combines traditional countryside style with modern luxury.
The Grange has been furnished with large groups in mind and the living and dining rooms are modern, spacious and perfect for entertaining. The combined kitchen and dining room is a social space with a large table that seats 12 and is equipped with a range cooker, dishwasher and wine cooler. After dinner, relax with a drink and a board game in front of the log-burning stove in the living room or challenge each other to a table football match in the cosy games room.
The six bedrooms each have their own ensuite bathroom and Hypnos mattresses to ensure comfort and a delightful night’s sleep. Each of the bedrooms and bathrooms has been tastefully furnished and uses a neutral colour palette to create a relaxed and restful atmosphere.
The impressive outside space provides an alternative dining option on warmer days with a decked seating area and barbecue. The private garden also boasts an 18-foot swim spa which enjoys a stunning view over the surrounding countryside.
There are a whole host of activities in the local area to entertain you during your stay at The Grange. Walking holidays are popular in this region, thanks to the beautiful landscapes of the North York Moors National Park and Ryedale. Cycling holidays have become more popular here too since the Tour de France passed through in 2014 and many trails and routes now wind their way through the Yorkshire countryside. For those who want to learn a little about the history of the area, there are several castles, abbeys and even a deserted medieval village to explore. Alternatively, head to Malton to learn about the local tipple at Yorkshire’s first Gin School.
In North York Moors National Park
Leeds Bradford Airport- 100 mins
Short breaks from Friday to Monday OR Monday to Friday.
Weekly breaks from Friday or Monday.
Dogs are an additional £8.00 per night per dog.
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