- £356 per week
- £51 per night
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- No Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 2 double beds
- Washing machine
- 2 bathrooms
- 3 WCs
- Towels provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Family friendly
- Enclosed garden
- Private parking
How far to...?
- Beach 9 miles
- Pub 3 miles
- Shop 3 miles
Important - please note
- Check in: 2pm
- Check out: 10am
- Ground floor toilet
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
The Old Cow Byre is an attractive converted two bedroomed cottage in the heart of the North York Moors National Park. The cottage is very spacious and welcoming and there is a large enclosed garden and private secure parking. Whether you enjoy walking, cycling or driving, with the stunning countryside on your doorstep The Old Cow Byre offers great opportunities to explore this beautiful area. The nearby village of Lealholm is a popular tourist destination, it has a train station, a pub and shops. The coast and the historic seaside town of Whitby are just an easy drive away.
Entrance: Into a hallway with stairs to the first floor.
Kitchen/Dining Room: Fridge, freezer, electric hob, electric oven and grill, dishwasher, microwave, slow cooker. Dining table and chairs. Door leading out to the garden.
Lounge: TV with Freeview, modern electric fire, comfortable leather sofas and with a coffee table.
Cloakroom: Toilet, washbasin, washing machine.
Bedroom 1: Double bed, wardrobe, dressing table, built-in cupboards, TV with DVD player.
En-suite: Walk-in shower, washbasin, toilet.
Bedroom 2: Double bed, wardrobe, built-in cupboards.
Bathroom: Bath, toilet, washbasin.
Pets: Sorry, no pets.
Parking: Private secure off-road parking for two cars in front of the cottage.
Gaden/Patio: Large enclosed garden with outside seating.
Heating: Oil central heating and electric fire in the lounge.
Short breaks: Not accepted at peak time.
Notes: Towels are provided. No smoking. Mobile phone signal weak.
Pubs: 3 mile. Shops: 3 miles.
Excellent as always. I appreciate the consistency ie I know what to expect and I know that it will always be of a really good standard. Love the peace and quiet of this cosy cottage!
Beautiful location,owners went above and beyond to accommodate us.Ingrid Flute of Whitby were very flexible and helpful to us.
Fantastic as always! Love it...
Loved it, and the owners were so generous with the goodies they provided for us.
We absolutely loved the cottage and it’s amazing location. It had everything we could possibly need or think of! Thank you.
The house is located in the middle of the moor and offers absolute peace. It is very comfortably furnished and offers many possibilities for leisure activities. The landlords came by to greet us. In advance, they had distributed flowers in the house and provided some food. So nice. We had some problems with the internet, which was slow. But this can have external causes. Although the kitchen is very well equipped, plates, cups etc, were counted, so we often had to start the dishwasher in half full condition. But these are really just little things. The house is really great we can highly recommend it
I doubt there is a better place - the owners have thought of everything to make it a luxurious stay - and the location is just perfect.
A very well presented holiday cottage, everything you needed was there.
Had a great week here.property was lovely and warm , cosy and homely.
Lealholm is a small village near Glaisdale and Danby on a crossing point of the River Esk, in the North York Moors National Park. It is under 10 miles by road from the nearest town of Whitby, and approximately 27 miles from both Middlesbrough and Scarborough. The village is typical of those found all across the North York Moors, being mostly built of local stone with pantiled or slate roofs. Lealholm is on the route of the Esk valley railway line, which runs from Whitby to Middlesbrough, and is served by Lealholm railway station. The Board Inn is the local village inn and the Shepherd's Hall provides meals, teas and a craft shop. There is a famous set of stepping stones in the village which cross the River Esk.