Monday, 24 August 2015

www.theholidaycottages.co.uk 80 St James Green Thirsk, North Yorkshire

www.theholidaycottages.co.uk
80 St James Green is a self catering cottage located in Thirsk, North Yorkshire. Appearing deceptively small from the outside, with only two windows showing from the front of the house, the holiday cottage actually contains four bedrooms and can sleep up to ten people. 
You can find this advert on our website www.theholidaycottages.co.uk by clicking on the details below:
80 St James Green, Thirsk, North Yorkshire (Sleeps 1 -10)
Thirsk is a historic market town that lies on the Cod Beck, near to the south west corner of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. Famous for being the home of vet/author James Herriot, a museum dedicated to his life now occupies the building that once housed his veterinary surgery. 
There are several other local amenities in the town including a racecourse, a cinema and a swimming pool. The traditional open air market is still held bi weekly on Mondays and Saturdays. 
Just 20 minutes on the train or 30 minutes in the car from Thirsk is the ancient city of York, home to the magnificent York Minster Cathedral and the famous Jorvik Viking Centre, amongst many other wonderful attractions. 
If city life isn’t for you, then just 10 minutes drive from Thirsk are the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors. The moors are home to some stunning local attractions such as the white horse at Kilburn and the North Yorks Moors railway. 
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