- £985 per week
- £141 per night
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 2 Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 king/super-king bed
- 1 zip & link beds - can be king/super king or single beds
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 2 WCs
- Towels provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Family friendly
- Travel cot
- Enclosed garden
- Private parking
- Rural location
How far to...?
- Beach 21 miles
- Pub 2.5 miles
- Shop 9 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
- Welcome pack
- Countryside views
Important - please note
- Check in: 3pm
- Check out: 10am
- Walk-in shower
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
Brock Cottage sleeps four and is a dog friendly property. It is situated in Cropton Forest within the North York Moors National Park close to the delightful village of Cropton. This is a beautiful village with stunning views over the moors and it has a popular pub the New Inn which is the home of The Great Yorkshire Brewery and Cropton Brewery. A great place for a meal and a tipple. Brock Cottage is close to all that the North York Moors has to offer, including wildlife, nature trails, cycling and walking for the adventurous. 1,436 km of stunning countryside in which you can roam freely amongst nature, flora & fauna at it’s most rural & natural. The coast is close by so you can enjoy fish and chips or explore the Abbey in Whitby, see the Castle or Sea Life Centre in Scarborough, visit nearby Danby centre or Dalby forest with it’s Go Ape and mountain bike hire.
Brock Cottage is beautifully decorated and furnished in a traditional country style. It is an ideal property for anyone looking to escape to the countryside to relax or recover in peace & tranquility. There are lots of original features, such as wooden floors, beamed ceilings and woodburning stove in the living room. This is a cottage suitable for couples or families to enjoy precious time together away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, sit back and relax, this will be a memorable stay for you. (If you require more space you can book this property with Y061 Meadow's Edge Cottage and Y063 Willow's End).
Entrance: from an enclosed cloistered hallway with access to the garden courtyard, two stone steps into the property.
Living Room: A very cosy room which has the added advantage of a corner mounted woodburning stove, an undoubted feature of this lovely room. There is ample seating on two comfy sofas, coffee table, sideboard and wall lights. The room oozes traditional charm with period features such as the beamed ceiling and wooden floor. There is a large smart TV to curl up in front of after a day walking the moors, a coffee table and a large window letting in lots of light. Views over the meadow, edge of the forest & newly excavated fishing pond to the rear.
Kitchen: The kitchen is fitted with cream shaker style units and a wooden worktop, there is an electric double oven with a ceramic hob, microwave, dishwasher, built in under fridge with icebox. The fully equipped country kitchen will be a lovely place to enjoy a lazy breakfast or a super supper using local ingredients and maybe a glass of Cropton Beer. The traditional style is continued with the wooden floor and beamed ceiling. Fresh milk, fruit & herbs, tea, coffee & sugar, olive oil, salt & pepper, detergents, dishwasher tablets, cloths, tea towels etc are provided.
Staircase leading from the Lounge area upstairs to a small landing:
Bedroom 1: This lovely room is decorated and furnished in a very pretty country style. The matching double bed and furniture are white and delicately carved. There are bedside tables, dressing table and chair in this matching style. Built in wardrobe with clothes rail, hangers and extra blankets. There is an iPod docking station, hairdryer and a wall mounted TV with remote for your convenience. Leading from this room is the en suite.
Ensuite Shower room: This is a good-sized light and airy room with a white suite including toilet and wash hand basin. There is a fitted cubicle shower unit with an endless supply of hot water. The walls are cream painted and have part tongue and groove panelling, completing the country look. The flooring is quality solid oak, a charming room. Towels, complimentary toiletries, tissues, cotton balls, soaps, bath, toilet & rubber anti slip mat are provided.
Bedroom 2: This beautiful spacious room with either a King size or twin beds all with luscious bedding & comfortable pillows, built in wardrobe with storage above, side tables, lamp table dressing table and chair. Views out over the edge of the forest & newly excavated fishing pond & meadow.
Ensuite Shower Room: A light and airy room with a white suite including toilet and wash hand basin. There is a fitted cubicle shower unit. The walls are cream painted and have part tongue and groove panelling completing the country look. The flooring is quality solid oak. Complimentary toiletries, towels, mats, tissues, soaps, toilet rolls etc are provided within the price.
Pets: Maximum of 2 x small dogs are welcome in this property at an extra charge of £25 for the duration of your stay. Alternatively, we have on site heated kennels at the same price.
Parking: Ample free parking on tarmac private car park in front of main conservatory reception.
Heating: Oil central heating & log burner.
Short breaks: Minimum of 2 x night’s stay except high season, Christmas & New Year – minimum of 3 nights.
Notes: Our cottages are fully equipped including all bedding, towels, soaps, WiFi, dry logs, kindling, firelighters, fresh milk, fruit & herbs, tea towels, dishwasher tablets, complimentary toiletries, toilet rolls, tea towels, detergents, cloths, tin foil, service & cleaning charges, heating etc..
Shop: 9 miles Pub: 2.1 miles Beach: 21 miles
The bustling market town of Pickering is a great place to enjoy a self-catering break. Our cottages in Pickering offer easy access to the town centre while the Vale of Pickering offers a peaceful location to relax. On Mondays you''ll find the popular Pickering Market in the town and there are a variety of independent shops to potter around, with cafes and tea rooms to drop by and indulge in after a day of exploring. You'll be spoilt for choice for things to do in the area, from the North Yorkshire Moors Railway taking you from Pickering to the coastal town of Whitby through breathtaking moorland, Pickering Castle and the Beck Isle Museum of Rural Life. Each October you'll catch the annual Pickering War Weekend, where the town is transported back to the 1940s with fantastic costumes, stalls and period vehicles everywhere to be seen.