Located in the Great Wold Valley, next to the Gypsey Race, overlooking an area of outstanding natural beauty. Built around 1855, The Old Forge was once the place of work of Blacksmith Robert Belt, who worked in the busy village Forge alongside four other blacksmiths and two apprentices. Today, it provides bright and airy luxurious holiday accommodation with a past.
What is the capacity for The Old Forge?
Bright and airy, luxurious accommodation for up to 8 guests. The Old Forge is a characteristic property with a spacious, modern interior with natural stone floors, exposed beamed ceilings and high-quality furnishings.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Malton area?
The Yorkshire Wolds, Scarborough & Yorkshire Coast, the Pickering and North Yorkshire Moors and the City of York can be easily accessed from The Old Forge. Visit Scampston Hall, Sledmere House and Howard Castle, all of which are in the vicinity. The gentle hills make this a great place for walkers and cyclists. The area is unspoiled and rich in history, and there are many historical buildings and churches to visit. The chalk grassland of The Yorkshire Wolds is a rare habitat in Britain and is a haven for wildlife.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The Three Tuns is West Lutton's village pub with a friendly and entertaining atmosphere. Mike serves a good pint of Tetley's & Three Tuns Ale along with a local brewery cider & guest beer while Sharon serves great quality pub grub at a fair price. The Weaverthorpe's Star Inn (2.5 m) is a family-friendly pub with an outstanding ambience. A good variety of food, several good beers and a wide selection of wines and spirits, served by Julien and Rachel. The Blue Bell Country Inn also provides fine dining and excellent food and service. The Sledmere Triton Inn (3.7 m) is a Traditional Country Inn. They serve a wide variety of typical pub food at lunchtime with good size servings.