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Noelle's Cottages

Self Catering

A warm welcome awaits guests to Noelle's Cottages, starting with scones and cream and a log fire. A generous hamper of locally sourced produce help guests to settle in and feel special. Walkers and bikers are encouraged as the surrounding area is excellent for exploration on foot, bike and by car. Once you arrive at Noelles Cottages many people like to stay close to the cottage and never venture very far. Whatever your interests and enthusiasms are, Noelle and Tim can help you enjoy a very special holiday.

What is the capacity for Noelle's Cottages?

Three well presented, 5 star, award winning cottages in the grounds of the georgian hall. Applestore now has a beautiful, huge bathroom with windows overlooking bird feeders, it comes off the large beamed master bedroom. It sleeps 4 comfortably. The Coach House retains its traditional feel while having all the amenities you might expect. The Barn has a Grand Designs feel and a big wow factor. Clean lines, lighting effects and a huge space help to add to the feeling of luxury. With two of its own gardens, it is a great 'cottage' for entertaining friends and family. The three cottages have been furnished with luxury and comfortable relaxation in mind. The kitchens are fully equipped. Each cottage has free Wi-Fi broadband and good TV's DVD and iPod players. Two cottages have free landline telephone calls. Each has a private garden as well as use of the garden and paddock for relaxation, wildlife watching and the young at heart can use the trampoline.

What can guests enjoy when staying in the Pickering area?

There are many attractions and wonders to see and do in the area; Whitby Fish & Chips are probably the best in the UK. Whitby Town is a pleasant place to visit along with its harbour, beaches, abbey and spooky grounds. Castle Howard is also a flourishing agricultural estate with many traditional enterprises, such as farming and forestry, much more than a tourist attraction. Visit the spectacular ruins of one of England's most dominant Cistercian monasteries and experience the tranquil Northern Yorkshire Moors National Park Valley - forged by nature, shaped over generations – where peace and beauty rub shoulders with a rich history and a warm welcome. 

Where can guests enjoy food and drink?

Your hosts recommend the nearby Middleton Arms - a small, family and dog-friendly village pub in North Yorkshire. Serving home-cooked food and fine ales.

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Award Winning

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Child friendly


Free broadband access (wifi)

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Award Winning

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Extra info

Change Over Day: Saturday

Room Details: The Barn 1 Twin, 1 Double + occasional bed, The Coach House 1 Twin, 1 Double, Applestore Cottage 1 Twin, 1 Double

Gas & Electric Included: Yes

Vendor Accreditation: VisitBritain 5 Star Gold Award 2011, enjoyEngland Best Selfcatering Accomodation 2009

Number of rooms: 1

Number of room to: 13

Price Per Week From: 635.00

Price Per Week To: 880.00

Arrival information and directions

Address: Middleton Hall, Pickering, North Yorkshire, PickeringYO18 8NX, United Kingdom

Noelle's Cottages are easy to find. If you're coming from Thirsk it is on the left-hand side of the A170, 5.5 miles after the roundabout in Kirkbymoorside. The Cottages are in the centre of Middleton just after the pub, the church and the hedge in front of the Rectory. If you are coming from Pickering it is 1.4 miles from the roundabout in the town. Pickering is long and thin, you pass a pond and a field before coming into Middleton, then a garage on the left. Soon after you will see a Post Office sign on the right, Noelle's Cottages are situated in the grounds of Middleton Hall, next on the right through the stone gateposts. For Applestore Cottage and The Barn, come into the drive and through the gap on the right by the conservatory. For the Coach House you need to be on the narrow lane north of the A170. Drive up past the Middleton Arms that lies to the west (Thirsk side) of Middleton Hall. Turn right at the tiny crossroads and 100 yards later there is a sign and drive into the wooded area leading to the Coach House. Please ring to let the hosts know when you will arrive so they can be there to meet you.

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