This spectacular and spacious property is an arresting sandstone farmhouse in open countryside, providing accommodation for up to 10 people. This imposing, sandstone farmhouse is set in open countryside close to the hamlet of Liverton. It has far reaching views across to the coast two miles away and has retained many of its original features including fine oak panelling, exposed stonework and beamed ceilings. There are two spacious sitting rooms, one housing an open fire, and the large farmhouse kitchen has an additional dining area and a useful utility room. The four bedrooms are light and restful and there are two well-appointed bathrooms.... The farmhouse also boasts a grand piano, perfect for a family gathering. Outside there is a delightfully large walled garden. This versatile property would make an ideal base for a holiday in this area and is perfect for a family get together.
Amenities: Oil central heating with open fire in sitting room. Electriccooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, 2 x washing machines, dishwasher, TV, DVD, video, CD player. Fuel, power and starter pack for open fire inc. in rent. Bed linen inc. in rent. Two cots, highchair and stairgate on request. Off road parking for 4 cars. Large walled garden with lawn and flower beds. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shops and pub 1 mile.
Region: The North York Moors National Park covers 554 square miles, with landscape ranging from heather-clad moorland and deep secluded dales, to the cliffs and coves of the magnificent coastline making it a haven for walkers.
Town: In the picturesque Esk Valley is the moors village of Danby. It boasts two public houses, both serving food, tea-rooms and a bakery. At nearby Danby Lodge there is an excellent National Park Visitor Centre set in 13 acres of beautiful riverside pasture and housing exhibitions and offering nature trails. The ruins of Danby Castle, built in the 14th Century, are just waiting to be discovered and the last remaining working water mill on the River Esk can also be found here. The Esk Valley Way is a 35-mile trail that starts at the source of the River Esk and ends at Whitby harbour, going through many of the villages on the Esk Valley Railway. This area makes a superb base to see this tremendous area.Read more
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Left on 08/22/2013 for a stay in May 2013 | Dennis
Can only praise the owners and cleaners for all their assistance in providing great accommodation, sorting local attractions - and then in helping and returning items mislaid by our kids. Just good all round.
Roomy with fantastic garden space and a grand piano!!
Left on 06/21/2013 for a stay in March 2013 | m. Allen
I think this is our 4th stay. plenty of room for 2 families and grandparent. the 2 sitting rooms are a real bonus and the wood collecting / fire lighting ritual adds for a cozy feel. We have explored the area - Runswick Bay, Whitby and Saltburn are definitely worth return visits and this time we found a walk to Skinningrove which has a hidden beach, lovely clifftop walks and a lovely children's play area. The new central heating meant we were warm despite the colder than usual temperatures. This cottage is welcoming, roomy and really good value for money. We will be booking again.thank you.
Left on 06/20/2013 for a stay in April 2013 | moomin mama
!0 uf us comprised of two families of 5 spent a week here in easter holidays. The house was fabulous. Well equipped with a massive garden. the kids loved playing hide and seek around the house and we spent some lovely evenings around the piano and in front of the fire. Well located for the seaside and the moors. would recommend 100%
Left on 12/03/2011 for a stay in October 2011 | Gaye
This is an amazing old farmhouse set with other owned accommodation between Liverton village and Liverton Mines. Lounge rooms(2)and kitchen are well appointed and comfortable. Some of the bedrooms could be updated as could the unusual 1960's bathrooms. The central heating kept the house warm in autumn and the washing machine was a bonus. The house is huge and the aspect lovely. A pub, a fish & chip shop and general store are within walking distance. A great base to explore the coast and dales. The most disappointing thing for me was there were no animals...
Left on 06/16/2010 for a stay in April 2010 | Chatten Family
We had a lovely stay at Lindale Lodge. It was a large house that suited everyone, especially the two lounges, Men in one watching football and the ladies in the other one watching a film. Our dog loved the garden. The house was clean, warm, tidy and the games cupboard a great idea. We would certainly come back again if we are looking to visit the area.
Left on 12/18/2009 for a stay in January 2009 | The Taylors
We had a lovely family holiday in Danby. The accommodation was very comfortable and maintained to a high standard. We particularly enjoyed the piano and trying to get a recognisable tune from it.
An excellent place to stay to visit the area. We travelled by the North York Moors railway to Goathland, Aidensfield in "Heartbeat" and relished the pub and the village. Whitby was another gem as well as Robin Hood's Bay.
We all enjoyed our stay and will certainly book with Sykes again in the future.
Left on 12/05/2009 for a stay in September 2008 | David Wenham
My sister and I with the dog enjoyed a weeks holiday here in September 2008. We liked it so much that we have booked it again for July 2010 for us and our extended family.The house itself is large enough for a family and is very comfortable. The area nearby in the North Yorks moors is wonderful scenery with lots of places to visit. A nice and peaceful location.
Left on 12/04/2009 for a stay in April 2009 | markfieldpete
Plenty of space for all of us and two sitting rooms meant the kids could play whilst adults chilled. Kitchen a good size so feeding the five thousand was easy. Garden also very child-friendly and safely enclosed. Local chippy excellent and the meal deals at the nearby pub were great value. Thoroughly enjoyed ourselves - would give five stars if only there was a shower in the second bathroom!
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