Monday 5 December 2022

3 Old Mill Cottages, Rosedale Abbey, Pickering, North Yorkshire, North Yorkshire Moors National Park (Sleeps 1-6)

3 Old Mill Cottages is a lovely self-catering cottage situated in the quiet village of Rosedale Abbey near Pickering in the North York Moors National Park.

Accommodation - sleeps 6:
The holiday cottage retains some of its original features and today offers visitors comfortable and well-equipped accommodation. There is a king-size bed and a separate single bedroom on the top floor and a larger bedroom with 3 single beds on the middle floor. We have the main bathroom (bath and shower over bath) on the middle floor, the shower room on the ground floor. The large main room on the ground floor includes a well-equipped kitchen, an extendable table to fit everyone in, comfy sofas, Smart TV and for those wanting to switch off completely… board games and puzzles!

There is a small secluded garden at the back. The garden is gravelled and surrounded by bushes and shrubs. Garden furniture and a BBQ are there for those warmer occasions when sitting out is an option. The cottage is reached through a 5-bar gate, which opens into a shared parking area for NO3 and the adjoining cottages. There is also a small contained area at the front of the cottage which catches the morning sun. Here you’ll find a bench with a small table and chairs, great for coffee with the newspaper!

Visiting Rosedale Abbey & Exploring North Yorkshire:
Rosedale Abbey is a delightful village boasting three pubs/restaurants, a delicatessen & coffee shop, tea room and village shop. There is a nine-hole golf course, pony trekking centre and fantastic glass works all nearby. There is plenty of places to visit nearby including:

Castle Howard.
The North York Moors Steam Railway.
Robin Hood's Bay.

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