This luxurious property benefits from a stunning location and offers exceptional accommodation for a family or group of friends of up to four people.
Originally built as the wing of a country manor house, this property has exceptional sleeping accommodation for groups of up to four people. The decoration is to a very high standard and the accent is on luxury; the sitting-room has its own library and snooker-table, there is a four-poster bed and a whirlpool bath. In addition, the spacious kitchen-diner is well equipped and offers plenty of room for family meals. In the summer, the cooking can be done outside, as there is a spacious garden, complete with garden furniture and a barbecue.
Amenities: Oil central heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV/video, DVD player, radio/CD player, WiFi, snooker table. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair on request. Ample off road parking. Enclosed, lawned and gravelled garden to rear, with garden furniture and BBQ. Shared use of 7 acres of grounds. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 1.5 miles, pub 5 mins walk. Note - This property is unable to accept 14 night bookings in June, July and August.
Region: The North York Moors National Park covers 554 square miles, with landscape ranging from heather-clad moorland and deep secluded dales, to the cliffs and coves of the magnificent coastline making it a haven for walkers.
Town: The North York Moors are the largest area of open heather moorland in England and Wales, and the uplands either side of the River Esk are some of the most beautiful. By the end of summer the heather creates a pink and purple carpet stretching for miles. Aislaby sits comfortably within this idyllic setting, its sandstone cottages and old church blending into the Esk Valley with ease. Local attractions include the church of St. Hedda and the Arncliffe Woods. The North Yorkshire Moors National Park is just a short drive away, offering miles of unspoilt scenery, many walks and a variety of opportunities for observing wildlife. Slightly further afield is the historic town of Whitby, famous for its Abbey and supposedly the location where Dracula first visited Britain.