Self Catering in Yorkshire - West Burton
Sleeps a maximum of: 5
Pricing From: £300.00 - 510.00
This wonderful example of a village character cottage has much to offer. The area lends itself to walking,hiking and cycling as well as having magnificent views. The cottage itself remains full of its old world charm and yet has most modern appliances for your comfort, including a fully fitted kitchen for all of your culinary needs and a newly fitted bathroom and shower.
The rooms throughout are tastefully furnished and very comfortable, and the wood burning fire makes it toasty and warm even during those cooler months rendering it absolutely ideal year round. The cottage and surrounding area will leave you feeling totally relaxed and resplendent and wanting to come again and again. So no matter what time of year we look forward to welcoming you to this little slice of peaceful village life.
Thoralby is a village in the Richmondshire district of North Yorkshire, England. It lies south of Aysgarth, is within a mile of both Newbiggin and West Burton and is in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. It is 23.
5 miles south west of the County Town of Northallerton. The village is located between Littleburn Beck to the south west and Heaning Gill to the north east on the north bank of Bishopdale Beck. The B6160 road runs parallel to the village on the south bank of the beck.
As a final footnote Thoralby was featured in the British television series All Creatures Great and Small, in the episode 'If Music Be the Food of Love'. Leyburn is a market town in the district of Richmondshire, North Yorkshire, England sitting above the northern bank of the River Ure in Wensleydale, famous for its cheese. Although a small town, Leyburn has its own railway station on the re-opened Wensleydale Railway which offers tourist rides throughout the dale, mostly on diesel multiple units but occasionally on a steam train.
The town is a centre for walking, cycling and general sight-seeing, especially the waterfalls for which Wensleydale is also renowned. The town is famous for the Leyburn Shawl, an escarpment of about 1.5 miles in length which provides panoramic views of rolling Wensleydale.
Annually there is a Dales Festival of Food and Drink, held over May Day bank holiday weekend. There is also an annual 1940s weekend, which takes place each year at the end of July, step back in time.
Services / Facilities:
Housekeeping & Services
Iron and Ironing Board
Bed Linen Included
Fuel and Power Included
Open Fire/Wood Burner
Multi fuel stove
2 Double Bedrooms
1 Single Bedroom
Ground Floor Facilities
Ground Floor Toilet
TV - Satellite or Cable
Terrace / patio
Off road parking
Activities within 20min drive of the property
Pub/Bar within 1 mile
Map is approximate and should only be used to get a rough idea of the cottage location.
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the West Burton area.
Nearest AttractionsHeritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Bolton Castle - 3.9 miles (Castle)
Wensley, Holy Trinity Church - 6 miles (Historic Church)
Coverham, Holy Trinity Church - 6.1 miles (Historic Church)
Coverham Abbey - 6.6 miles (Abbey)
Braithwaite Hall - 7.3 miles (Historic Building)
Middleham Castle - 7.9 miles (Castle)
Wensleydale Creamery Visitor Centre - 8.2 miles (Museum)
Constable Burton Hall Gardens - 10.5 miles (Garden)
Jervaulx Abbey - 10.5 miles (Abbey)
Yorkshire Dales National Park - 10.8 miles (Countryside)
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Details of facilities are believed correct at time of publication, but may be subject to change by the cottage proprietor. Up-to-the-minute facility listings will be always presented during the booking process for your approval.