Ingleby Greenhow cottages
The characterful village of Ingleby Greenhow is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing cottage holiday. The village sits on the edge of the North York Moors National Park, England’s largest stretch of heather moorland, and is surrounded by the beautiful Cleveland Hills. In the village is a lovely local pub called The Dudley Arms which has a restaurant and more relaxed bistro, and a historic church with Norman features that is well worth a visit.
For shops, cafes and restaurants visit the village of Great Ayton, less than 4 miles away by car. This is the boyhood home of explorer Captain James Cook and the school he attended is now the Captain Cook Schoolroom Museum which has interactive displays celebrating his early life. One of the area's best walks departs from the car park in Great Ayton and takes in Cook's Monument which is high up on Easby Moor and the prominent hill of Roseberry Topping. A visit to the pretty market town of Helmsley, 30 minutes away by car, is also worthwhile for a great mix of independent boutiques and shops selling fresh Yorkshire produce. Other places to visit near to Ingleby Greenhow are Guisborough Forest, just 20 minutes away by car, or visit The Moors National Park Centre in Danby, 30 minutes drive away.