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Escapeoneday - verified booking
" Amazing, characterful cottage. I really want to buy it and retire there. The pics on Sykes Cottages do not do it any justice but then neither will the ones I'm about to upload to TripAdvisor. We rented it to visit Daughter No 1, near her new home and it very easily accommodated all four generations of the extended family. The cottage is based on a Victorian, Primitive Methodist chapel with two architecturally sympathetic extensions. The chapel contains the lounge and mezzanine 3rd bedroom above. The other extension contains the two ground-floor bedrooms (one en-suite) and bathroom. The third extension contains a very grand kitchen and dining table for up to 10 people. There is a good size garden, half-lawn half woods, with a little brook. There are three patio/decking/picnic areas with picnic tables. There is off-road parking for up to three cars and roadside-verge parking for two more. The owner seems very experienced in holiday lets as every detail and gadget is catered for and documented helpfully with little notices about the place. A large selection of books, maps and leaflets on the locality are available. On hearing that we were bringing a toddler, the owner very generously installed a very sturdy, child-proof fire guard to surround the wood-burner. You can't ask for more considerate service than that. Standard broadband over wifi was installed in Oct 2016, 5.8Mbps download on average. Absolutely jack-squat mobile signal though, unless you walk 100 metres up the road to a cattle-grid. The housekeeper lives in Willow Cottage, just 50 metres up the road and she is very nice too. Unfortunately I needed the services of an ambulance on my first morning there and she plugged a landline in for us so we could easily call out a doctor again if needs be. It is superbly placed for walking groups to base themselves. It is right at the top of its dale, within 100m of the open moorland. You could simply start all your walks from the cottage. It is incredibly secluded! Location for walkers: 54.320760, -0.984311, OS Grid SE 661 921, Explorer OL26 North Yorkshire Moors. It's really hard to see even on an Explorer map as it is un-named and hidden by a complex convergence of map lines & colours. Just look for the teeny-tiny square at 7 o'clock from the "C" of "Willow Cottage". Despite it being so remote and exposed, it was cosy warm for our autumn visit and could easily handle the depths of winter I reckon. The central heating has just been upgraded and the building is heated by several, massive, retro "school" radiators. The wood-burner is quite capable of turning the very large lounge and mezzanine into a sauna by itself anyway. Handy tip - Tesco delivers there! Postcode YO62 7JJ. "
Mr Hill - verified booking
" We had an amazing stay from start to finish. If you're reading this and thinking of booking to stay here, do not hesitate! It will not disappoint. The Old Chapel is one of those places you wish you owned, my friends and I all agreed that we really could live there. The photos, and it's exterior are deceiving, the place is like the Tardis, it is huge inside by comparison to how it appears on the outside. We stayed for 3 nights over New Year's Eve, we were lucky that it bucketed down with snow, making the cottage and the landscape picturesque, we were kept lovely and warm by the large log burner and huge antique radiators. The place was reminiscent of the cottage in the film, The Holiday (for those of you who have seen it). The location is perfect, if you'd like a secluded break but not completely out in the middle of nowhere. The village of Gillamoor is only 2 miles away which has a lovely little pub, and was a great little winter's walk. The layout of the cottage is beautiful, with an open plan loft converted bedroom overlooking the living room, the living room is spacious and comes complete with a TV, DVD player, a stereo and drinks fridge. There was even a Christmas tree put up when we arrived. The master bedroom has a huge new bed, queen size I believe, it was definitely different to the one we saw in the photographs. There is also a modern en suite bathroom. The kitchen is a good size and has almost all the necessary utensils. The garden is amazing and has a little brook running alongside the house. as well as having a good sized patio and a outdoor bench and table, which would be great for BBQ's in the warmer months. I really could go on rambling about the place. We will most certainly be looking at staying again in the spring time. I really can't recommend the place enough! Thank you for an amazing weekend. "
Katyjcks - verified booking
" We stayed at The Old Chapel for a long weekend - bitterly cold weather but once we had the log burner going the cottage was very cosy and welcoming. We loved the remoteness and the total peace and quiet. The location was perfect, step outside the cottage and you are on the moors. The cottage is well equipped but we felt that a few things were growing rather tired. The settees have seen better days, and the kitchen needed cleaning a little more thoroughly. As it was a bitterly cold weekend it would have been nice to have had access to a supply of logs nearer to the cottage. The snow came down on the second night of our stay but fortunately we had bought additional logs in Kirkbymoorside. Had we not planned so well though we could have been stuck as the car was snowed in the next day. There were logs in the garden but they were padlocked. Perhaps for future cold spells it would be a good idea to allow access to more logs should they be needed at an appropriate charge. The snow made the stay extra special and the two mile walk in the snow to The Royal Oak in Gillamoor for a wonderful Sunday lunch was a walk and a lunch we will remember for a long time! "
LiztheWhizz - verified booking
" We stayed for the May Bank Holiday week, and wished we could have stayed longer. The Old Chapel looks deceptively small from the outside, but it opens up like Dr Who's tardis with a lovely spacious, high-ceilinged lounge with a mezzanine loft (which our son immediately laid claim to) and a big well-equipped kitchen with a lovely view onto the garden. Two other bedrooms were fine (one en suite), and there is a good-sized family bathroom. Everything was very clean (our one anxiety from some early reviews) and well maintained. The location is lovely, right up on the edge of the moors, no near neighbours or noise apart from the birdsong - curlew, cuckoo, snipe, woodcock, red grouse amongst others. It is a perfect base for walkers and there is so much to do in the area (eg Rievaulx Abbey), or for a day on the coast (eg Whitby or the Puffins at RSPB Bempton). A car is a must - several really nice pubs within 15 minutes drive, Helmsley is great for shops and Scott's Fish and Chips. Beadlam Grange farm shop has a lovely deli and does great breakfasts. The Old Chapel is a real home from home. We will be back. "
Greg P - verified booking
" This house is in the perfect location for a get away from it all holiday. It's peaceful and quiet, and just on the edge of the moors -single track roads lead up to this house. The house had everything that we needed and was well equipped. There was lots of space and it had loads of character. The owners had placed many information leaflets on what there was in the areas surrounding the house and there is indeed plenty to do to fill your holiday. All I would say is that it could do with a little attention paid to cleaning the nooks and crannies of the house. The kitchen units especially. Just be prepared to travel for up to an hour to visit places like York or Scarborough- the roads add time onto your journey but the countryside is beautiful so we didn't mind. Also, you will not get wifi whilst in the cottage which for us was perfect - great evenings spending quality time with our children with no technology in sight. :) "