Thirsk, North Yorkshire
A luxurious cottage with impressively spacious gardens and idyllic country views in North Yorkshire.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Fresh stylish décor fused with old world rustic charm, owners Will and Natasha have created a special place to enjoy at any time of the year. Safely ensconced within the grounds of their property Cleaves Hall, this beautiful cottage rests a mile from the village of Sutton-under-Whitestonecliffe, near Thirsk. Stepping into the private front garden of The Old Dairy, you will breathe in restorative country air, whilst sipping your favourite drink underneath the wooden arbour. Walk round to the rear garden terrace and enjoy a delicious meal in sight of the eucalyptus tree and stunning countryside views beyond. Warming up is easy on winter nights, sit in front of the double-sided log burner and relax with a book after a day’s activities.
Inside this luxury cottage is a light open-plan kitchen and dining area with seating perfect for sharing meals with family or friends. Take turns in cooking simple yet fresh local produce or time-consuming feasts, you have everything you will need. French doors inside the kitchen lead to the rear garden, making it easy to cater al-fresco during the warmer months. The master bedroom is plush and elegant with a considered splash of colour in the soft furnishings. A small sofa sits at the end of the bed, perfect for an afternoon mini relax in private. The cosy, comfortable double bedroom is tastefully furnished with soft linens, an ideal space for a rejuvenating sleep. A bathroom with a boutique hotel feel is enhanced by an indulgent freestanding bath and a rainfall shower. Twin basins mean you can wind down for sleep together, after an enjoyable day.
Two national parks make the countryside well worth exploring by foot or bike, or perhaps hire a Land Rover and plan a bespoke off-road adventure. Only a short distance from The Old Dairy, is the enchanting Gormire lake famous for wild swimming. If you prefer indoor interests visit the ‘World of James Herriot’ museum, award-winning author of ‘All Creatures Great and Small’, in the nearby market town of Thirsk. For food lovers, High Paradise Farm Tea rooms, near. Thirsk is a real treat. Whatever your professional expertise, local artisans are ready to teach you skills including wreath making, pottery throwing and landscape drawing.
Price per night based on a 7 night stay, please see Beautiful Escapes website for short break prices.
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