4 Star Silver Award-winning Rockery Cottage Bed and Breakfast sits in the peaceful village of Wombleton, just 3 miles from the market towns of Kirkbymoorside and Helmsley. The house is an elegant 18th Century former farmhouse with an extensive secluded garden containing a summerhouse. Guests are warmly welcomed all year round with a selection of home-made cakes on arrival, and your stay includes a locally sourced award-winning Yorkshire breakfast.
Private onsite parking is available for your convenience, and guest rooms have their own charming private sitting rooms and extras such as Ampleforth handmade chocolates. The location is perfect for touring, within easy reach of Helmsley's attractions including the Castle, Duncombe Park and The National Centre for Birds of Prey. The Yorkshire Coast, Castle Howard and the city of York are all within easy driving distance.
We have three beautifully styled guest rooms all with tea and coffee making facilities, colour digital TVs and DVD players. Each room also has extra special additions including Ampleforth handmade chocolates and bottled water.
Room choice includes:
A hearty award-winning and locally sourced Yorkshire breakfast is included in booking with cooked breakfasts featuring free range local eggs or choose a lighter breakfast option such as our delicious home-made yoghurt.
Please note a minimum 2 night stay applies at weekends (for single night weekend bookings please contact us direct to enquire).
Rockery Cottage sits on the southern edge of the North York Moors only around 3 miles from Helmsley and Kirkbymoorside. Both of these two North Yorkshire market towns offer a wide choice of independent shops, second hand bookshops, fine inns, cafes, restaurants and markets.
Take a tour of Helmsley Castle and don't miss a visit to the National Bird of Prey Centre at Duncombe Park. Pickering and the North Yorkshire Moors steam railway are also within easy reach.
Keen walkers are ideally placed for the nearby Hutton-le-Hole area and Farndale famed for its daffodils in Spring. Several Abbeys and National Trust properties sit close by including Byland and Rievaulx Abbeys, and Nunnington Hall (NT).
Whitby, Scarborough and the East Yorkshire coast are only around a 35 to 40 minute drive away and the historic city of York is around a 35 minute drive. Popular nearby stately home attraction Castle Howard is a mere 20 minute drive away.