Traditional English country cottage

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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4
  • Cottage

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: Cottage

Traditional English country cottage

This terraced cottage combines a good deal of charm and character with a pleasant and peaceful East Yorkshire coastal village location.

Aldbrough is situated in the vale of Holderness, 12 miles north of the City of Hull, a short drive from the historic town of Beverley, and 7 miles south of Hornsea. The village of Aldbrough is served by a range of local shops, an excellent fish & chip shop, 3 public houses serving traditional home cooked food, a sports hall, & nearby petrol stations, there is a limited bus service, and for those wishing to take an excursion from the village, there is a private coach operator offering a list of destinations. ...Read more

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Traditional English country cottage
Aldbrough, East Riding of Yorkshire, England

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This small terraced cottage combines a good deal of charm and character with a pleasant and peaceful East Yorkshire coastal village location.
Aldbrough is situated in the vale of Holderness, 12 miles north of the City of Hull, a short drive from the historic town of Beverley, and 7 miles south of Hornsea. The village is surrounded by open fields with no shortage of interesting walks, and the cottage is located approximately one mile from the sea.
The cottage is located just a short walk from all local amenities, to the east of the village is St Bartholomew’s church, the church was built mainly in the Norman style with evidence of Saxon architecture around the windows and doors, inside the church can boast the tomb of Sir John de Melsa, a 6’6 warrior of great note, he was Governor of York from 1292-1296.
The village is surrounded by open fields with no shortage of interesting walks, and the cottage is located approximately one mile from the sea, offering a sheltered beach at low tide. From spring to autumn the caravan park social club offers many evenings of entertainment.
The cottage is cosy, comfortable and well equipped, and can sleep up to four adults, with a travel cot and high chair provided for an additional young child. One small, well behaved pet may be accommodated by arrangement. There is strictly no smoking in the cottage itself.

Whilst the cottage fronts direct onto the pavement, there is on-street parking available

To the rear of the cottage is a pretty, well maintained garden which is safe for children to play with no access to the roads, there is a covered fish pond and patio area. Downstairs in the cottage, the living room features an open brick fireplace, open beamed ceiling, comfortable suite, colour television, video and CD/radio. The breakfast kitchen has an open beamed ceiling with attractive pine units, microwave,electric cooker, fridge, freezer etc., and is fully equipped with all crockery, cutlery, glassware etc. Off from the kitchen is a utility porch with laundry facilities, with a stable style split rear door leading out on to the garden.

To the right of the kitchen is the bathroom with electric instant shower, hand basin, toilet and electric heater. To the left of the kitchen is an open plan staircase leading off to the first floor. Bedroom 1 has a King size bed. Bedroom 2 has a guest style single bed which can easily be transformed to provide two single, or one double bed, and the room has pleasant views over the rear garden and beyond.

The cottage has an adequate supply of solid fuel, and there is additional electric heating available for moderate weather, or for those not wishing to bother with an open fire.

The cottage is also equipped with all bedding, towels and other linen. For garden use there is a barbecue, garden furniture and bicycles housed in the
garden shed. There is reading material and information on local areas of interest, as well as games etc., for cosy evenings by the fire.

At Lilac Cottage you can go out every day and see the sights (some of which are detailed overleaf), or just put your feet up and relax!

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