The Cottage Gillamoor
A traditional 2-bedroom moorland village property, recently renovated, sleeping 4 guests with room for a cot. Our rural Yorkshire Cottage retains many period features including beams, stone floor and feature cupboards but has modern facilities including central heating, Wi-Fi and double glazed windows keeping it cool in summer and warm in winter.
- Sleeps 4
- Bedrooms 2
- Bathrooms 1
This charming end terrace Yorkshire holiday cottage is full of traditional features. The cottage still has the original Yorkshire stone kitchen floor, exposed stonework, original beams in the lounge and double bedroom and stripped pine doors throughout.
The Cottage nestles in the small, remote moorland village of Gillamoor, within southern side of the picturesque North Yorkshire Moors National Park and is a perfect location for holidays walking, cycling or driving around the Moors and the coast.
Upon arrival you will find a welcome pack comprising of bottle of wine, tea, coffee, biscuits and fresh milk. A bunch of fresh flowers and a piece of artisan home made soap in the bathroom.
The surrounding area provides an abundance of walking and cycling trails. The Valley of Farndale famous for its daffodil walk, and Hutton le Hole are close by. Market towns at Kirkbymoorside, 3 miles, and Helmsley, 8 miles, offer a choice of shops, inns and tearooms and visitors can travel on the North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway.
The village pub and restaurant is just around the corner. They serve the usual lunches, evening meal, tea and coffees as well as take away fish and chips (booking for breakfasts required the evening before)
Ground floor Living room has a solid oak floor, Multi-fuel burning stove (initial fuel included) four-piece leather suite and Freeview flat screen TV with separate blu-ray DVD player. Four steps to kitchen/dining area with stone floor, pine farmhouse table with four chairs and a fully equipped kitchen. Facilities include electric cooker and hob, microwave, washing machine and DAB radio. The stable door leads from the kitchen to a lawned garden with sitting-out area and patio furniture and BBQ.
Stairs to first floor lead to a double bedroom with solid pine double bed, hanging space, two small feature cupboards chest of drawers, bedside tables and DAB radio alarm clock with I-pod dock.
The adjoin bathroom contains a bath with shower over, sink and toilet.
The second floor bedroom contains twin beds bedside tables and large cupboard with hanging space.
The property has oil central heating Wi-Fi and electric included.
Bed linen and all towels are also included.
A travel cot and high chair are available free of charge on request.
On road parking.
Sorry we do not accept pets and there is no smoking within the cottage.
Our fantastic new year stay. by Bradey on December 28th 2015
We stayed at the cottage for a few days over New Year and had an excellent time. The cottage was so clean and furnishings great, plus the welcome pack with wine and chocolates was greatly appreciated. We've stayed in a few cottages throughout the UK and would highly recommend staying here to anyone. Looking forward to our next visit.
by Emma on August 30th 2015
We only stayed here for 2 nights, but from the moment we walked through the door we felt so at home, and wished we could have stayed longer. We very much hope to return one day and have already recommended The Cottage to family and friends. We were so pleased to meet the lovely owners who take such a pride in their beautiful cottage, which is finished to a very high standard and very well equipped. The location is beautiful, the views beyond the Church breathtaking. And the pub, just a few steps from the front door, is friendly, welcoming and serves delicious locally sourced food. Would recommend breakfast there! Communication when booking was also excellent and very efficient.
Beautifully Presented Cottage perfect for a getaway by Charlotte on August 12th 2015
This cottage really is lovely, we stayed with 2 Adults and Two older children aged 10 and 9 and it was great. Really well equipped, lovely and clean and such a fab location, great to see and tour the Yorkshire Moors. The village also has a great pub The Royal Oak which does good food and breakfast so you do not even have to cook, just stroll along and eat out.
by Amanda on February 9th 2015
Stayed for a long weekend booked fairly last minute. Very quirky charming cottage with everything you could need. With the heating on as soon as we arrived the place was soon lovely and warm and the log fire made for a cosy night in!! Lovely drives out across the north Yorks moors. Within minute the views are stunning!! Would definitely recommend!