One of nine countryside cottages that make up Keid Head Farm Cottages and nestled near the foot of rolling moorlands, Pigeon Cote near the market town of Pickering, North Yorkshire, retains much of its original charm and features, with open beamed ceilings and traditional stone fireplace.
One of nine cottages created from a group of traditional stone-built barns surrounding a secluded courtyard, Pigeon Cote near the market town of Pickering, North Yorkshire, offers wonderful accommodation on the edge of picturesque North York Moors National Park.
This countryside cottage is part of Keid Head Farm Cottages, individually designed yet retaining much of the original character and features, including open beamed ceilings, traditional stone fireplace, pantile roof, full central heating, and double glazing. Each cottage is tastefully decorated and fitted out with coordinated quality fabrics.
This child-friendly cottage features an entrance hall opening onto a specious sitting room that includes a stone fireplace with living flame gas fire and a flat-screen TV. The master double bedroom comes with a four-poster bed, whilst the second bedroom includes a double and single bed.
Pigeon Cote also features a pretty garden with furniture to enjoy a bottle of wine or an al-fresco meal whilst breathing in the crisp country air.
Pickering sits at the foot of the moors that make up the national park and features a parish church with medieval wall paintings, as well as good local pubs serving real ale and tasty regional dishes.
The spectacular rolling hills of North York Moors National Park with their heather-clad moorland, woodland and forest beckon nearby or take the short drive to Yorkshire’s scenic heritage coast where Filey, Scarborough, and Whitby await.