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Yew Tree Cottage Cosy-Character Cottage Near Malton, North Yorkshire

Yew Tree Cottage is a 17th century cosy-character cottage feauturing exposed beams and a  wood-burning  stove and sleeps 4 people.  It is situated in the pretty village of Burythorpe near Malton, North Yorkshire.  Well behaved dogs are very welcome!

Malton, Yorkshire's Food Capital with it's stunning choice of locally-produced foods is a short drive away. The Cottage is well placed for visiting the historic city of York which is dominated by York Minster and also where the amazing Jorvik Viking Museum is. The infamous Yorkshire costal towns such as Scarborough, Filey, Bridlington and Hornsea are within 30 minutes drive.

There are many other attractions ranging from stately homes including Castle Howard where Brideshead Revisited was filmed and Sledmere House and Gardens, a lovely Georgian house with a fantastic farm shop and cafe'. Heading out towards Pickering the diversity of rugged moorland within the North Yorkshire Moors National Park the setting for ITV's Heartbeat to historic museums such as Eden Camp a WW2 Prisoner-of-war-camp. Other areas of interest are neolithic burial sites and for the whole family a trip to Flamingo Land Is a must!

It is ideally situated for walking and is within striking-distance of the Wold Way, this can be made more enjoyable in our opinion with your Four-legged friend. We encourage well-behaved dogs having two of our own and know that a holiday is not really a holiday unless our dogs are with us as we miss them!

Cycling, is a vey poplular pursuit with some challenging terrain and steep-hill climbs both Road-Riding and Mountain-Biking are well catered for. The Tour de Yorkshire passes through the next village. Various Country Sports are offered in the area and boast some of the best locations for these pursuits in the UK.

Burythorpe is a quiet, friendly village whereby you will be ensured of a warm Yorkshire welcome at The Bay Horse Real Alehouse with it's own micro brewery and candlelit surroundings is within a short walking distance.

We hope you like what you see on our website and look forward to welcoming you soon!

Further Information

With people having some many preferences to what washing poweder they use and what material they prefer to sleep in, to avoid this minefiled of people being allergic to our choice of powder and for their own comfort we invite guests to bring their own bed-linen and towels that way everyone is happy. However in some cases we can provide linen just please contact us well in advance for further information.

The double room is a King-Size matress , therefore you will need sheets and duvet covers of this size and the twin room takes standard single bedding including a single sized duvets. We provide duvets and pillows (all hypo-allergenic) bathmats, hand towels and tea towels.

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Self-catering e.g. Cottage
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Yes - please contact us for more information
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North Yorkshire
Post Code
YO17 9LQ
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