Perfectly placed for walking and touring the North York Moors and Coast, pretty Troodos Cottage in Burythorpe village near Malton is an idyllic romantic retreat for two. A licensed hotel and restaurant are within walking distance and the cottage is only 16 miles from York and 13 miles from Pickering and the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. The stunning stately home estate of Castle Howard, and Whitby and Scarborough on the Yorkshire Coast are a short drive away.
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Ample parking is onsite and the secluded courtyard has a spacious patio with outdoor furniture and a barbecue - perfect for al fresco drinks and dining.
Troodos Cottage is suitable for our less mobile guests featuring a wetroom with wheelchair access, a perching stool and a wc with a high seat. Please contact us to discuss your requirements and what we are able to provide to ensure your stay is as comfortable as possible.
Short breaks are available - book direct online. Long stays may also sometimes be available - call us direct for up-to-date pricing and availability.
From the South: Along the A64 towards Scarborough, continuing for approximately 5 miles along the Duel Carriageway, turn right signed Kirkham Abbey. Go down the hill over the railway crossing and the river. Go past the Abbey on your right and then take a left turn signed for Langton. Follow Langton signs for approximately 2 miles until you come to Burythorpe Signs. Follow Burythorpe signs for a further half mile and Langhill is on the right just before the village.
From the North: On the A1 or the A19 to Thirsk, follow a map from Thirsk to Malton. In Malton continue to traffic lights and then straight on passing Morrison supermarket to your right. Continue round then over the bridge and level crossing. Just after the crossing carry straight on signed for Stamford Bridge (Note do not follow the road round to the left). Carry on along the road out of the town, up a hill and down, then take a left signed turn. At the cross roads carry on straight over, then take a left fork turn signed for Burythorpe. Go through the village, and Langhill is around half a mile on your right just before Burythorpe village.