Little Garth in Normanby is a Grade II listed cottage, (circa 1855), beautifully renovated in 2007. Retaining much of its original nineteenth century character, Little Garth features oak-beamed ceilings, an open fire and plenty of period charm.
What makes a stay at Little Garth unique?
The Ryedale district of North Yorkshire is a diverse and beautiful area of spectacular scenery, bustling market towns, dale and hill farms, and picturesque villages. The area is popular with walkers wishing to explore the moors or the Heritage Coastline which all lie within easy reach.
What is the capacity for Little Garth?
3 Bedrooms accommodating up to 5 people. Little Garth is dog-friendly.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the York area?
Flamingo Land (4.5 miles)
Ryedale Folk Museum (6 miles)
St Gregory's Minster (6.3 miles)
St Peter & St Paul's Church, Pickering (7 miles)
Pickering Castle (7 miles)
North York Moors National Park (6.5 miles)
North Yorkshire Moors Railway (6.5 miles)
Beck Isle Museum (6.5 miles)
Cedar Barn Farmshop & Cafe (7 miles)
Nunnington Hall (7.7 miles)
The Star Inn, Harome (10 miles)
Castle Howard (10.5 miles)
Dalby Forest (12 miles)
Go Ape - Dalby Forest (12 miles)
Bike Magic - Dalby Forest (12 miles)
Yorkshire Lavender (13.6 miles)
Eden Camp (14 miles)
Scampston Hall (18 miles)
Scampston Hall Wall Garden (18 miles)
St Peter's Church, Wintringham (20 miles)
Captain Cook Museum, Whitby (27.5 miles)
Kirkbymoorside Golf Club (4.5 miles)
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The Sun Inn, Normanby
The Star Inn, Harome
The Pheasant, Harome
The White Swan, Ampleforth
Fox & Hounds Country Inn, Sinnington
The Moors Inn, Appleton le Moors
The Black Swan, Helmsley
The North Yorkshire Moors are just minutes away. The National Park is perfect for all kinds of outdoor pursuits - walking, cycling, pony trekking as well providing a spectacular backdrop for the lovingly restored North Yorkshire Moors Railway. If you need to keep the children occupied over the holiday period, there's Flamingo Land close by with its theme park, zoo and conservation area, and, for the very adventurous, Go Ape at Dalby Forest. North Yorkshire's coastline has been a thriving visitor destination for centuries. Whether you're planning a day trip to Scarborough or Filey, Robin Hood's Bay or Whitby, you couldn't be better positioned.