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Holiday Cottages In North York Moors

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Wistful steam trains, crumbling abbeys, seaside settlements and hazy sunsets; the North York Moors are made for the romantics. On the road to paradise, you’ll find idyllic North York Moors holiday cottages waiting for you off the beaten track, hidden by thick ferns and gorgeous hills, or out on the seafront in the bustle of quaint fishing villages. So whether you're craving an isolated retreat or an easy-to-reach base, you can be sure you'll find the perfect spot for your short break in Yorkshire.

And the North Yorkshire Moors aren’t just pretty, they’re also bursting with amazing day trips, romantic adventures and family activities to enjoy. Whether it’s a climb up Roseberry Topping, a fine dining experience at a Michelin starred restaurant, a wander through the ancient Forge Valley or a ride along the North Yorkshire Moor Railway, there’s plenty to get your teeth into. Our North York Moors holiday cottages allow you to get as close to the action - or as far away! - as you desire, giving you a huge range of choice from which to decide. On the whole, we think the North York Moors are pretty selfish, keeping all those fantastic views to itself... Go on, demand your scenic slice of this amazing National Park with stay in one of our North York Moors holidays cottages!

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Holiday Cottages In North York Moors

More North York Moors Cottages

Wistful steam trains, crumbling abbeys, seaside settlements and hazy sunsets; the North York Moors are made for the romantics. On the road to paradise, you’ll find idyllic North York Moors holiday cottages waiting for you off the beaten track, hidden by thick ferns and gorgeous hills, or out on the seafront in the bustle of quaint fishing villages. So whether you're craving an isolated retreat or an easy-to-reach base, you can be sure you'll find the perfect spot for your short break in Yorkshire.

And the North Yorkshire Moors aren’t just pretty, they’re also bursting with amazing day trips, romantic adventures and family activities to enjoy. Whether it’s a climb up Roseberry Topping, a fine dining experience at a Michelin starred restaurant, a wander through the ancient Forge Valley or a ride along the North Yorkshire Moor Railway, there’s plenty to get your teeth into. Our North York Moors holiday cottages allow you to get as close to the action - or as far away! - as you desire, giving you a huge range of choice from which to decide. On the whole, we think the North York Moors are pretty selfish, keeping all those fantastic views to itself... Go on, demand your scenic slice of this amazing National Park with stay in one of our North York Moors holidays cottages!

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  1. Richard

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    "This is a luxurious cottage which was cosy even in the middle of winter (all the beds also have electric blankets). We liked the property's spaciousness and decor and the 'secret stairs' (as we called them). The shower was lovely. We liked being able to cook on an Aga and thought food was nicer prepared this way. The wifi was excellent and the TV much better than we usually find in a holiday cottage. There was a generous supply of logs and kindling for the fire. We also liked the supply of headed notepaper! It was lovely to be able to look out of the windows and see a bit of the abbey ruins. The garden was fully secure even for our small dogs. We did park on the road rather than use the steep slope to the cottage car park as the conditions were icy when we arrived. There is a nice circular walk from the cottage via Bow Bridge and Rievaulx Bridge. Helmsley is a lovely local town to visit.Inevitably there were a few things that could have been better. The garden had a lot of poo in it when we arrived. The heater in the downstairs toilet could not be turned on. The dogs were able to get through the gaps in the stairgate. The ironing board cover had been ripped. Some indoor recycling containers would be helpful and it would be nice if the door from the living room to the patio could be opened. The cottage is next to a hunting estate and one day was spent listening to people shooting at the pheasants.Many of these points reflect the fact that the cottage is new on the market and so has a few things yet to be sorted. There was also a lack of information about the property and the surrounding area. We found a pile of somewhat random and incomplete instruction booklets in a drawer. Without instructions we did not know when the heating was set to come on and how to adjust it although it was easy enough to turn it on and off manually. Similarly the washing machine seemed not to work because its controls were unfamiliar to us and the housekeeper came out promptly to sort this (no doubt she would have sorted many of the other problems but we did not want to interrupt the holiday in this way). There was no information about recycling and we spent the week keeping kitchen waste before finding out for ourselves online that the local council do not take it!This is already a delightful cottage and once any issues have been resolved it will be almost perfect."
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  2. Gillian

    Verified purchase

    "What a charming cottage! We loved our stay here so much that we have already booked to go back. Everything we needed was to hand and the cottage was warm, comfortable and cosy. All our dealings with the owner and managers were pleasant with everyone being very friendly and helpful and keen that we enjoyed our stay. The aga kept everything cosy as did the generous supply of logs for the enormous fire in the living room. The shower was powerful and hot - just what was needed after long walks with the dogs - and the crisp linen sheets were heaven at the end of each day. The bookcase at the cottage is something else and totally adds to the charm of the place. Just browsing the spines could take a whole week :-)The cottage is ideally situated a few miles from Helmsley which is a very dog friendly town and so we were able to walk there with our two labs mid mornings and enjoy a spot of lunch before heading back in the afternoons for a read (and nap!) in front of the fire.The abbey is definitely worth a visit being practically next door and the tearoom is lovely with delicious cake and friendly staff (it's also dog friendly). We were only at the cottage a couple of days before we made our booking to return as it was clear that the free weeks are diminishing fast. All in all a perfect retreat and we can't wait to return. One final point to note is that the issues raised in an earlier review had been addressed."
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  3. Sandy

    Verified purchase

    "With the centre of Helmsley (great little town) just around the corner, this cottage is in a perfect location. Depsite the main road being so close, we weren't troubled at all by traffic noise. We stayed in November, so there wasn't a chance to make use of the pretty little riverside garden, but the cottage itself was warm and cosy, and very comfortably furnished, and we didn't lack for anything - except wifi, which would be useful. For a cottage in this location and price bracket, I would really expect internet access (we have a business to run and, unfortunately, need to stay in touch with the world even when we're on holiday). Helmsley has pretty much everything anyone could need, and more. Good places to eat, tea shops, convenience stores, and lots of other useful and interesting shops. Would have loved to look around the castle but it was only open weekends in November so we missed it. So many choices for eating meant we hardly had to cook anything for ourselves, which is the way we like it on holiday. No clock in the bedroom, so if you're like me and want a clock, don't forget to take your own.Lovely place to stay. We had a great holiday. Thanks."
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  4. S Rista

    Verified purchase

    "Great location in Helmsley.We stayed as a family group with 2 children aged 7 and 11 and the cottage was the perfect size for us with plenty of room.Well equipped throughout and had no issues with lack of kitchen equipment to cook a family meal, slimline dishwasher, washer/dryer and counter top freezer all useful to have when holidaying with children.Unlike previous reviewer we found the DAB digital radio in the utility room.Wifi should be standard in this quality of accommodation but we knew we didn't have it when we booked however phone reception good with 3/4G available upstairs generally.Parking: only the smallest car would be able to park off-road, there are two spaces out the front and we had absolutely no issues parking however we left the cottage most days around 9 and didn't return until after 5, we stayed in on market day and noted that parking was particularly bad around the area and someone had parked in the other space however if you plan to be out all day parking is absolutely no issue.Nice welcome hamper as well."
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  5. Nicky

    Verified purchase

    "This place was an unexpected gem and very aptly named. It is properly hidden away so offers spectacular rural views in all directions. It's a calm, private space in a lovingly furnished cottage which is in fact a converted cow byre overlooking farmland. Lovely, friendly and helpful hosts right next door offered a genuinely warm welcome and plenty of suggestions to enjoy the area. There is so much to see right there and within easy distance on foot or driving. We had a great time visiting Whitby, exploring the Moors, the seaside at Robin Hoods Bay & Sandsend, the amazingly quirky- real slice of history- little Captain Cook museum in Staithes.Roads across the moors can be very narrow, winding, steep and with sharp hidden turns. Not for the reckless nor the fainthearted but we survived! Most of them were resurfaced during our week there, making additional skid hazards for us but excellent roads for anyone planning on travelling there soon!"
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