A warm welcome awaits you at this 18th Century former farmhouse with secluded garden in a peaceful village location. A hearty Yorkshire breakfast with locally sourced produce and home made cakes awaits you. Ideally placed for touring the North Yorkshire Moors and the East Coast. Comfortable and elegant accommodation. Visitor accommodation comprises of one ensuite double bedroom, one ensuite single bedroom, one annexed ensuite twin bedroom, private sitting room/library and also a separate dining room. Large residents lounge with an open fire.
Guests have full use of the secluded garden summerhouse and patio furniture.
There is also private parking within the walls of the property with 3 Car parking spaces. Rockery Cottage is only a short drive from many local attractions such as James Herriott’s Museum at Thirsk, Nunnington Hall (NT), Byland Abbey and Rievaulx Abbey. The market town of Malton is about 20 minutes’ drive and is excellent for shopping. The beautiful walled city of York is about 35 minutes’ drive and home of many famous attractions including York Minister, the Jorvik Museum, Castle Howard and the National Railway Museum, to name but a few.
The stately home of Castle Howard is just 20 Minutes away with beautiful rooms, garden, court yard shops and garden centre. On the East Coast there is Robin Hoods Bay and Runswick Bay, Scarborough, Whitby and Goathland, an area well known for the TV series Heartbeat, with the North Yorkshire Moors Railway beginning at Pickering. Pickering also has the attractions of the Castle and the Beck Isle Museum.