- £1,080 per week
- £154 per night
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- No Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 2 zip & link beds - can be king/super king or single beds
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 2 WCs
- Towels provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Family friendly
- Travel cot
- Enclosed garden
- Private parking
- Rural location
How far to...?
- Beach 21 miles
- Pub 2.5 miles
- Shop 9 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
- Hot tub
- Welcome pack
- Countryside views
Important - please note
- Check in: 7:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
To give our cleaners enough time to complete the additional cleaning and sanitising that is currently needed to keep our guests safe, check-in and check-out times at the majority of our properties have been temporarily revised. The revised times for this property are reflected above.
- Walk-in shower
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Meadow’s Edge Cottage sleeps four and is situated on a beautiful six acre location within the North York Moors National Park. The rural (1,436km2) expanse of forestry and moorland that the North York Moors has to offer, including wildlife, nature trails, freedom, flora & fauna of ferns, bilberries, larch, foxgloves etc, cycling and walking for the adventurous, 161 standing stones, trickling becks, The Cleveland Way. The stunning journey over Wheeldale Moor Roman Road to Whitby, a town bustling with atmosphere and events a definite ‘must do’ during your stay.
Meadow’s Edge Cottage has been beautifully decorated and furnished in a traditional country style. There is a newly installed private terrace with decking and a hot tub. The property has plenty of original features, such as wooden floors, beamed ceilings and a stunning stone feature fireplace with woodburning stove in the living room. This is a cottage suitable for couples or families to enjoy time together away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, sit back and relax, you will enjoy your stay in this gorgeous cottage. (If you require more space you can book this property with Y062 Brock Cottage and Y063 Willow's End).
Entrance: From the cloistered corridor with access to the peaceful garden courtyard.
Living/dining/Kitchen Room: A very cosy yet a very good-sized room, the undoubted feature of this lovely room is the large and impressive stone fireplace housing a woodburning stove to enjoy when the nights are a little chilly. There is ample seating on comfy sofas and chairs. The room oozes traditional charm with period features such as the beamed ceiling and wooden floor. There is a large smart TV to curl up in front of after a day walking the moors, a nest of tables and a decorative chest. The dining area has an oak table and four chairs and an oak sideboard, they complement the overall style beautifully. The kitchen area is a cream shaker style with wooden worktops and complementary tiling. There is an electric oven with hob, microwave, dishwasher built under fridge, separate freezer, and a door leading to the garden with hot tub. This is a room where the whole family can mingle and enjoy time together watching TV, playing games or enjoying a family meal. A lovely room to celebrate in style.
From the entrance stairs leading from the hallway to a landing.
Bedroom 1: This lovely room is entered via an original studded door, once inside you will find a large window adorned with floor length curtains and pelmet. There is a Super King sized bed (or two singles) with very attractive headboards. The bedroom furniture is all matching and in a traditional style, including bedside tables, decorative chest of drawers incorporating a carved mirror, an occasional chair and a wall mounted TV for cosy nights in, built in wardrobe with hanging space. Plush carpets to sink your feet into and a beamed ceiling complete the scene.
Ensuite Shower Room : This is a good-sized light and airy room with a white bathroom suite including toilet, wash hand basin. There is a shower unit and the walls are cream painted tongue and groove completing the country look. Lovely views of the meadow and newly excavated fishing pond can be seen from the window. The floor is wooden and there are wall and ceiling beams, a charming room.
Bedroom 2: A bedroom in traditional cottage style incorporating either a King sized bed or two singles with decorative pine headboard, matching bedside tables and dressing table with mirror over. The floor is covered in a thick pile fitted carpet. There is a wall mounted TV and pretty bedlinen with a stylish throw and cushions. Large built in wardrobe. Double windows with views over the forest make this room very light with a feeling of relaxed calm.
Ensuite Shower room: A stylish and unusual room, the units are cream with ample storage, cupboard & shelf space. Complimentary toiletries, towels, shower mat are provided. The thermostatic shower has unlimited hot water and cascades with a gentle force to recover your limbs from the day’s activities. There is a wall radiator with towel rail over. The floor is wooden and complements the overall look of this room.
Outside: There is a hot tub located on the newly installed decking area with seating, table and parasol for your use, a great way to soak tired muscles after a day walking the moors. The terrace overlooks the meadow and edge of the forest, great for wildlife and deer spotting!
Pets: 2 dogs welcome
Parking: Ample free parking on the tarmac car park (private).
Heating: Log burner, dry logs, kindling & firelighters provided. Oil central heating also.
Short breaks: Minimum of two nights except during high season and Christmas/New Year – minimum of four night’s stay.
Notes: Our cottages are fully equipped including all bedding, towels, soaps, WiFi, dry logs, kindling, firelighters, fresh milk, fruit and herbs, tea towels, dishwasher tablets, complimentary toiletries, toilet rolls, tea towels, detergents, cloths, tin foil, service and cleaning charges, heating etc.
Shop: 9 miles Pub: 2.1 miles Beach: 21 miles
The bustling market town of Pickering is a great place to enjoy a self-catering break. Our cottages in Pickering offer easy access to the town centre while the Vale of Pickering offers a peaceful location to relax. On Mondays you''ll find the popular Pickering Market in the town and there are a variety of independent shops to potter around, with cafes and tea rooms to drop by and indulge in after a day of exploring. You'll be spoilt for choice for things to do in the area, from the North Yorkshire Moors Railway taking you from Pickering to the coastal town of Whitby through breathtaking moorland, Pickering Castle and the Beck Isle Museum of Rural Life. Each October you'll catch the annual Pickering War Weekend, where the town is transported back to the 1940s with fantastic costumes, stalls and period vehicles everywhere to be seen.