The Dairy House
|Address:The Dairy House, Manor Farm Courtyard, Newton Upon Rawcliffe, Nr Pickering. YO18 8QA|
|The primary contact for The Dairy House is Mary Pennock|
|01284 763 568||07826 126 676|
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|About The Dairy House|
As soon as you step out of The Dairy House you are in the beautiful North York Moors National Park, hear the steam trains whistle below, cycle down the dale and up the vale, see the ducks on the village duck pond, stroll to the pub or surprise yourself with a stunning view!
Dairy House sleeps 6. It has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and sitting room with a dramatic gallery. It is set in the typical, yet unspoilt moorland village of Newton, a cluster of stone farms and cottages in the splendour of the North Yorks Moors National Park. The cottage has a unique character, combining original rustic features, modern technology and comfort. With its massive oak beams and thick walls it is warm and cosy in winter yet cool in summer.
Newton-Upon-Rawcliffe is the ideal village for countryside holidays, only four miles from the market town of Pickering in Ryedale, North Yorkshire, one of the most loved holiday regions in England.
The famous North York Moors steam railway runs close by in Newtondale. Castles, abbeys, stately homes, market towns and picturesque fishing villages are within easy reach. York is 30 miles away and coastal cliffs and sandy beaches about 20 miles.
The Dairy House cottage is thought to be the oldest of the Manor Farm buildings. Its timbers may have come from oaks in Newtondale or from ships broken up in Whitby.
Ramped access to entrance hall. Sitting room with wood burning stove, a unique 17th century stone carved fireplace, flat screen 32" Smart TV and DVD, Dab Radio and CD with Ipod and wireless connection, comfortable sofa, rocking chair and suite. Modern fully equipped kitchen/dining room with fridge/ freezer, ceramic electric hob, double oven, dishwasher and microwave. Laundry room with washing machine, iron, tumble drier and full drying facilities. Telephone for incoming & local calls and free Wi-Fi. Bathroom with shower. Double bedroom and single bedroom.
"When I started looking for a pet friendly cottage for a family holiday in North Yorkshire back in 1988, I didn't think I would be making a life-changing decision. The Pennocks have roots in the North Yorks Moors that go back centuries, and we wanted to find a cosy cottage in the area. We found the Dairy House, and came back every year for 12 years. Then, when we came for our annual holiday in 2000, Lady Kirk, who owned all of Manor Farm, told us the Dairy House was up for sale. Three days later we bought it. The cottage is part of the family, a home from home. That's why we take so much care to ensure it is always a pleasant, homely place. We want our guests to feel welcomed and to have as many happy memories of holidays in Newton as we do." - Mary Pennock
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