Country Cottage in ancient Wolds village at the heart of Hockney country.

Country Cottage in ancient Wolds village at the heart of Hockney country.


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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
2 Bathrooms
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Our home

A beautifully cosy & traditionally furnished country cottage with open fires and lovely private gardens.
The kitchen/diner is well equipped & has a large log burning stove. French doors lead onto a large private patio area complete with bbq and quality garden furniture. Just relax in the garden read and enjoy the peace and tranquility.
Sorry we can't stop the birds singing nor would we want to.

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Who we are

  1. We are Peter & Pam we are in our mid 50's and have travelled extensively. Our cottage is our second home, both of which we cherish dearly.
    We have not exchanged homes before but are keen to do so and would gaurantee that any property we visit will be as cherished as our own homes are.

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Where is it?

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Our home faces the front porch of the 9th century All Hallows church in the centre of a beautiful farming village in the rolling hills of the East Yorkshire Wolds. The Wolds Way (a 76 mile long distance cross country footpath) passes by the front door. A cycling & walking enthusiasts dream location.

A 12 mile drive,east through open country brings you to the ancient market town of Beverley with its large minster & cobble stoned streets. Beverley was voted the most sort after place to live in the UK in 2007.
We are located at the heart of many well visited areas.
The artist David Hockney painted extensively in East Yorkshire
James Herriot famous author wrote his books 40 miles north of here in Thirsk.
Not to mention Bronte country 60 miles from here.

The ancient Roman city of York is 20 miles away. With the National Railway museum. Yorvic centre. Yorkshire Air Museum. Or maybe a day at York Races.
Stately homes and ruined castles abound.
Many famous battlefields are within an hours drive. Marston Moor,Stamford Bridge.
Travel on the Pickering steam railway
Google any of these you will be amazed how much there is to do.

Only 2 miles away lives Fred Dipthwaite. He's not famous at all but he's a nice chap.

20 miles to the west is the ancient Roman city of York where high quality shopping, restaraunts and clubs abound. Trains from York take you to central London in 2 1/2 hours.

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