- £333 per week
- £48 per night
- 2 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- No Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 double bed
- 1 single bed
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 2 WCs
- Towels provided
- Enclosed garden
- Private parking
- Rural location
How far to...?
- Beach 10 miles
- Pub 0.5 miles
- Shop 0.5 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
- Sky TV
- Welcome pack
- Countryside views
Important - please note
- Check in: 4pm
- Check out: 10am
- Ground floor toilet
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Old Farm Cottage is a beautiful and spacious two bedroom cottage which has been thoughtfully furnished with high quality décor. Situated on the outskirts of the popular village of Goathland, in a quiet location with beautiful countryside views and the steam train passing nearby. The village was put on the map after being the fictional setting of Aidensfield in ITV1's drama Heartbeat and this cottage used to be a bar for the Heartbeat cast staying at the hotel next door; however both have now been converted into charming stone-built cottages.
The cottage itself boasts private parking and a lovely enclosed patio with outside seating. Inside you will find a cosy and comfortable lounge with wood burning stove for you to curl up next to on an evening. Mixing traditional features with modern facilities, Old Farm Cottage offers a comfortable stay, just a short drive to the picturesque seaside town of Whitby and its surrounding villages on the North York Moors. This is an ideal haven for walkers and cyclists looking to explore this beautiful region.
Entrance: One step up to the main door, entrance into a porch.
Kitchen/Diner: Smeg fridge freezer, Rangemaster with electric hob, oven and grill, dishwasher, microwave, washer dryer, breakfast table and stools and bay window.
Cloakroom: Toilet and washbasin.
Lounge: One step up. Two-seater sofa, footstool, armchair, wood burning stove, nest of tables, Smart TV with Sky and DVD player, sideboard, utility cupboard, bay window, door leading out to the patio, stairs to the second floor.
Bedroom 2: Single bed, shelves, drawers, hanging space, washstand.
Bedroom 1: Double bed, two chest of drawers, armchair.
Dressing Room: Off the bedroom 1, one step down. Cupboards.
Bathroom: Accessed through Bedroom 1 and the Dressing Room. Walk-in shower, washbasin, toilet, heated towel rail, shelves.
Pets: Sorry no pets.
Parking: Private gated off road parking at the rear - not suitable for a larger car.
Garden/Deck: Front patio with table and chairs.
Heating: Electric night storage heaters, electric heater and wood burning stove.
Short breaks: Accepted all year round; booking restrictions apply for peak times.
Notes: No children accepted, over 18s only. Towels are provided. Unrestricted WiFi available free of charge. Mobile phone signal is variable depending on the provider, strong for EE. No smoking, candles or barbecues allowed.
Pub: 0.5 miles. Shop: 0.5 miles.
Lovely cottage- spotlessly clean, beautifully furnished and very well equipped. In a great location for exploring this beautiful part of the world. Highly recommended.
Lovely cottage, well equipped to a high standard, great location for walking.
Lovely accommodation and area. Enjoyed the Christmas market at York. Helmsley is a great town to explore and the birds of prey centre was a delight - got a display all to ourselves - wonderful. Many thanks.
Goathland is a stunning traditional village set in the North Yorkshire Moors. The village was put on the map after being the fictional setting of Aidensfield in ITV1's drama Heartbeat. Many of the landmarks in the 1960s series are recognisable including the pub, post office and garage. This is not the first time the village has featured on our screens as Goathland Railway Station was used as the location for Hogsmeade Railway Station in the Harry Potter films. The station links Grosmont with Pickering, and a steam train makes journeys to and from Whitby. The village has many attractions including picnic spots, many walking routes and the stunning natural beauty of the Mallyan Spout waterfall.