Award winning, 4 Star 19th century single story stone cottage with a secluded garden. Relaxing and charming for couples plus very Family Friendly
3 miles from Castle Howard, Famous Stately Home near York.
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Easthorpe Lodge is the The Lodge to Easthorpe Hall - where Charles Dickens stayed many times.
Sleeps 4- in 1 doub...le (King size bed) and 1 twin room. Flexibility in sleeping arrangements - please enquire. Cot also available.
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We are able to accommodate twins and have a lot of new equipment for babies and toddlers. This ranges from a microwave sterilizer and baby monitor to a Baby Gym and sandpit.
A very child friendly cottage.
The cottage is all on one level and suitable for all ages.
In a peaceful location set in the heart of Ryedale; in the Howardian Hills - "Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty." A perfect base for exploring the North Yorkshire Moors, Historic York, Whitby, Scarborough and the Coast. Walks from the doorstep. 3 miles from the characterful market town of Malton near the delightful market towns of Pickering & Helmsley. Children welcome. Newly refurbished in 2007/2008. Enclosed garden with patio and BBQ.
Golf, Fishing, Horse Riding and Swimming Pool all nearby.
National Trust & English Heritage properties & gardens within easy reach.
18 miles (29km) from York and 3 miles (5km) from Malton.
An excellent base for Families, Walkers & Cyclists. Children of all ages welcome-
Quality in Tourism - 'Families Welcome', 'Walkers Welcome' and 'Cyclists Welcome'.
This 4 Star Visit Britain awarded property which is all on one level comprises of 1 double bedroom and 1 twin bedroom, bathroom with shower over bath, toilet and hand basin, well equipped kitchen/dining room, separate lounge.
Wi Fi available- Free and included
Yorkshire Welcome Pack, Complimentary coffee, tea and sugar and hampers available to order on request.
A Freezer full of meals made by a local Deli - very high quality 'ready meals' made with all local sourced ingredients where possible- to make your stay easier and relaxed.
Sorry no pets.
Short Breaks Available subject to availability. Please Enquire.
See below for more Local Attraction Information.
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More details of Tourist Attractions:-
Many and varied attractions within easy reach to suit all ages:
These include: Castle Howard, Nunnington Hall (National Trust), Lavender Farms, Walled Gardens (Helmsley & Scampston) and
Museums (including Malton Museum and Eden Camp - an ex World War 2 POW camp).
Flamingoland Zoo and Flamingoland Theme park (including some big rides!) are only 20 minutes away. Also 'Diggerland!'-less than an hour away.
The coastal towns of Scarborough, Bridlington, Filey and Whitby (associated with Captain Cook) are less than an hour away.
Dalby Forest, about half an hour away, has good cycling for families and 'Go- Ape'.
The local countryside is beautiful with excellent walks and good exploration by road and bike. The North Yorkshire Moors National Park, Dalby Forest, The Howardian Hills, The Yorkshire Wolds- linked to David Hockney, as well as The Coast all offer excellent routes.
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Easthorpe Lodge Nr. Castle Howard Sleeps 4+cot. Malton, North Yorkshire, England
Additional Location Information
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS TO EASTHORPE LODGE
The Lodge is located approximately 18 miles or 25 mins drive north east of York and 3 miles or 5 mins drive from Malton.
It is about 45 mins to an hour from the coast
From the South if travelling on the A1(M):
( It is easiest to go via Malton)
Take Exit 44 in an easterly direction, on to the A64, direction to York. Continue on the A64 (dual carriageway)-passing turn offs to York, Selby and Hull. Continue altogether for about 20 miles until a roundabout is reached. Take the second exit, straight-ahead at the roundabout in the direction of Scarborough, continuing on the A64. Continue on the A64 for 13 miles, ( ignoring the brown signs to Castle Howard off the A64) until you reach the B1248 signposted to Malton at the start of the Malton bypass. Take the B1248 into Malton, then after about a mile and before reaching the town centre, turn left along the Castle Howard road (signposted to Castle Howard with a brown attraction sign). Continue straight on this road for just under 3 miles (2.7 miles), past a right turn to Swinton and the Hildenley reservoir on the right, until you reach the hamlet of Easthorpe. After the ‘Dutch’ looking house on the right, go slightly downhill and Easthorpe Lodge is the next cottage on the right and on the corner of the right turn signposted Amotherby.
From the North from the A1(M):
Take the turning to Thirsk (B6267 and A61). Once through the market town of Thirsk, take the A170 in the direction of Scarborough. Go up the very steep hill of Sutton Bank and then about 12 miles from Thirsk and 1.5 miles before Helmsley, take the B1257 signposted Malton, at a bend in the road. Continue on the B1257 through Hovingham until a crossroads signposted Slingsby to the left and Castle Howard to the right. Take the right turn, signposted with a brown Castle Howard sign. This is a straight road, for about 3 miles, with lots of hills and dips until a crossroads where Castle Howard is visible ahead. At this crossroads take the left turn signposted to Malton and Coneysthorpe and with a brown camping site sign. Go through Coneysthorpe and the hamlet of Easthorpe is reached in 2 miles. Easthorpe Lodge is on the corner of the left turn to Amotherby.
From the North on the A19:
Travel to Thirsk and then continue with directions from Thirsk as above.
From Scarborough or from the East on the A64:
It is best to leave the Malton bypass on the second turning signposted Malton, taking the first left off the roundabout onto the B1257 direction to Malton. Go straight on, through Old Malton, and past Malton Cricket Club and Football Club on the left and Ryedale Council Buildings on the right, until you reach traffic lights. Go straight across at the traffic lights. Continue on Yorkersgate on the B1248 (York Road) for 0.3miles, pass the war memorial on the right and at the next turning, turn right onto the Castle Howard Road (brown attraction signs). Then continue as per Directions from the South.
From York City Centre:
Take the A1036 out of York- direction to Malton. Pass Monks Cross Shopping Centre on the left until a further roundabout is reached. Take the third exit at the first roundabout and then the second exit at the next roundabout onto the A64 in the direction of Malton and Scarborough.
Continue with directions as per from The South
If travelling from Lincolnshire and Humberside
Travel to Norton-on-Derwent on the B1428 in the direction of Malton
Continue through Norton and over the level crossing until traffic lights are reached in the middle of Malton. Turn left onto Yorkersgate (York Road) for 0.3 miles, passing the war memorial on the right and then at the next turning, turning right onto the Castle Howard road (brown attraction signs). Continue with directions as per from Scarborough.
From Leeds Bradford Airport:
Time approx 1 hour 15mins ( depending on Traffic)
On leaving Leeds Bradford Airport turn right onto the A658 until you get to Pool. At Pool turn right towards Arthington taking you on the A659 until you reach the A61. Turn right onto the A61 and continue for about 1.5 miles until you reach Traffic Lights at Harewood ( 7 miles from LBA). Turn left at the traffic lights on to the A 659 and continue on this straight road until Collingham. Go under the flyover A1(M) and straight across to continue on the A659 through Boston Spa and then through Tadcaster. From Tadcaster go through the town in the direction of York & you should join the A64 going east.
From here continue using the directions -From the South.
Location Type Away from it all, Rural
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2 and 3 nights are 60% of the weekly rental, 4 nights are priced at 80% and 5 or more nights equal the weekly rental fee.
Book 6 months in advance for a 10% discount. 10% discount for 2 person occupancy. Max of 15% discounts applied for any booking*****
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Short Breaks available subject to availability
20% off stays during January to March 2014
Left on 10/02/2012 for a stay in September 2012 | Roger M
Fantastic value for money,as cottage is so well equipped and so warm and comfortable.Possibly the cleanest and tidiest cottage we have ever stayed in and such a delightful garden to sit in as well.
Checking in was easy,thanks to instructions emailed to us before arrival, and welcome pack of milk,tea and homemade cake and jam, as well as local newspaper was very thoughtful.
Ideally located for many attractions such as Castle Howard, Sutton Bank, and many others,as well as good public transport links in Malton to go further afield such as York, Whitby and Scarborough,all worth a visit.
The service we received from Rebecca, the owner, and her staff was first class and very efficient and friendly,if there were any problems during your stay,they were only a telephone call away.
Left on 07/17/2012 for a stay in July 2012 | Bob and Barbara James
Very well appointed cottage. Owner had thought of everything.
Rebecca easily accessible (Mobile phone provided).
Great cottage for all ages, especially if you have children as the garage is stuffed full of really good toys.
However, if you like board games and jigsaws - plenty in bedroom cupboard.
Extremely comfortable beds!!!
Great kitchen with all mod cons.
Informative tourist information on kitchen windowsill.
Lots to do in the area - Eden Camp, Park and Ride to York, Betty's teashop in York, great fish and chip shop in Malton,lots of pretty local villages to explore.
This is the sort of country cottage with a rose garden that you
Left on 07/16/2012 for a stay in June 2012 | Ian and Janet
This is an exceptionally well-equipped cottage that features a beautiful garden in which to enjoy a barbeque. Since it is all on one level and has only two steps at the entrance, it is ideal for a person with limited mobility. There are country walks across the lane and picturesque villages, stately homes, and gardens within 5-15 minutes' drive, not to mention the Yorkshire moors and coast only a little further away.
Left on 04/26/2012 for a stay in April 2012 | The Bowtells
One word..excellent on all accounts.Rebecca couldn't have been more helpful. The cottage is fully equipped and warm(we went in april). Comfy beds.. everything to make you feel "home from home" Lots of extras and a nice garden. Peaceful location and easy to find. Great for country and coast. Read more
Thank you so much for your positive review on Flipkey, we are delighted you enjoyed your stay and hope to be able to welcome you back again in the future.
Left on 04/26/2012 for a stay in April 2012 | Barbara
We only stayed for 2 nights but it was a fantastic experience. Every amenity you could think of and warm cosy. So near to all the local attractions, countryside, towns, villages and coast. Would recommend this to anyone. Read more
Thank you so much for your positive review - we are delighted that you enjoyed your stay and hope to be able to welcome you back again in the future.
Left on 01/17/2012 for a stay in January 2012 | ginny
what a really lovely place to stay, was very impressed so much effort in making it what it is.cosy and very peaceful. i loved listerning to the owl hooting at night. I could live there full time. I had also booked this stay as a treat for my partner, which he knew nothing about untill the last minute but he enjoyed every minute of the so much weekend.Thankyou Rebecca and also for the lovely cake and Jam. we will be returning again very soon keep up the good work godbless you Jeanette and Dave. xxx
Left on 11/25/2011 for a stay in October 2011 | Dale Langham
Very simple and friendly booking with lots of help and advice.
Extremely well equipped and well appointed accommodation including garaging.
A peaceful location that is easy to get to and very well placed for visiting the local area and its many attractions.
A wonderful, restful retreat from a busy world. This was our second stay at Easthorpe and we will return!
Left on 10/08/2011 for a stay in October 2011 | minniecat
We stayed here for the third time and once again had a lovely time . The lodge is simply superb with everything you could possibly need . The location is perfect ; peaceful yet close to good road connections.
Left on 09/12/2011 for a stay in September 2011 | Becki
We stayed here with parents and our baby whilst attending a wedding at Castle Howard. The cottage is ideally located to explore all the many nearby attractions but is also well equipped to stay in if required.
Everything you need is in the cottage which is in a great condition and there are thoughtful extras also provided on arrival. I would highly recommend this accommodation, we had a lovely weekend, and would definitely visit again.
Left on 04/24/2011 for a stay in December 2010 | Sarahb
We were lucky enough to visit Easthorpe Lodge in November/December 2010 and it was, witrhout doubt, the nicest cottage we have ever stayed in. The weather was not as kind to us and we were snowed in for nearly two weeks but I really cannot think of anywhere nicer to be stuck in.
The cottage was extremely well furnished and equipped and was very warm and cosy. I cannot rate this highly enough - a wonderful experience...thank you
Left on 04/01/2011 for a stay in October 2009 | Wightens
This cottage is really a must. It has been tastefully furnished and is equipped with everything you need for a relaxing stay, and you will need to relax after visiting all the many attractions that are close at hand. Ideal for couples or families with children, there's even room for the children to play in a covered area if the weather prevents enjoying the lovely garden.
Left on 03/27/2011 for a stay in October 2010 | jroberts2747
Easthorpe Lodge was everything we were hoping for and more - beautiful setting, lovely house with all mod cons and Rebecca anticipated our every need. Great location for our son to indulge in his love of trains with both the NRM at York and Nymr at Pickering being so close by. Other big hits were the adventure playground at Castle Howard and another lovely day at Lockton, 5 miles from Pickering. We certainly hope to return in the future, thanks Rebecca!
mr churne bathgate
bathgate west lothian scotland.
great value and location,very peacefull and clean.
Left on 03/26/2011 for a stay in August 2009 | mr churne bathgate
My family and i have stayed at easthorpe lodge two years running 2008-2009 and both times we have had a very enjoyable experience and great holiday.The lodge is very clean an has all mod-cons aswell as toys and games for the kids.It is very quiet at night and has very good inns for meals out close by.The location is also very good with only short journeys to the beeches or theme-parks,york or museums. all in all exellent value for money and i would recommend a stay at easthorpe lodge to familys or couples.
Left on 03/22/2011 for a stay in December 2009 | Chris and Nick
I had never been away for Christmas before, but staying in this lodge was wonderful. The location is peaceful and quiet. The scenery is beautiful and walking in the snow just added to the ambience. The lodge is warm and welcoming, It is modern but sensitively furnished to create rustic charm. The kitchen is a dream with all the cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery to a superior standard. The lodge had Christmas decorations, small tree's etc for us which helped to create a home from home. We even had a welcome pack which after a long drive was a sight for sore eye's. The whole lodge is clean, tidy and very comfortable. We would certainly stay in this cottage again.
Left on 03/20/2011 for a stay in March 2011 | Mr & Mrs T
This is the third time we have visited Easthorpe Lodge and each time it has been first class. The cottage is clean and has everthing you need whilst away from home. It is in an excellent location with easy access to Malton, Pickering and the coast. The off road parking/garage is a big bonus. We will definitely be visiting again.
Left on 03/19/2011 for a stay in December 2010 | AYRE FAMILY
We have been staying in cottages over the New Year period for the last 12 years. Easthorpe Lodge is a little gem that we found last year. The lodge is superb, it is a good size, extremely clean, warm and very comfortable. The owner has thought of everything with a lot of love and care, every mod con is included and the luxury fitted kitchen/dining room is to die for. The attention to detail throughout the property is fantastic and well worthy of the 4* rating it holds. The property is in a lovely area and within easy access for York, Scarborough, Whitby. We used the park and ride in York and Scarborough and found them both easy and reasonable. Malton is a small town nearby with a few small shops and a Morrison's supermarket. We spoilt ourselves and ordered our shopping on line before we left home and Tesco delivered the day we arrived, what more can a girl ask for !! We enjoyed our break and the excellent quality of the lodge so much that we have already rebooked for this year too. Wifi has just been added to the spec of the lodge and our son is delighted. I can truly see us returning here for many years to come as this is the best cottage we have every stayed in, a real home from home.
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