This Grade II listed property dates back to the 17th Century, and offers peace and tranquillity in the picturesque Yorkshire village of Boynton. Ideal for a great family holiday, the cottage sleeps up to 7 people in 5 bedrooms and boasts excellent facilities and home comforts.
The interior of this cottage is furnished to a high standard, with a lounge, utility room, conservatory entrance, snug and a large kitchen/ dining room. Relax next to the open fire in the cosy snug.
The utility room facilities include a sink, tiled floor, dehumidifier, washing machine, iron and ironing board, and a clothes airer for drying clothes inside.
The kitchen is well- equipped with a range of appliances, including an electric double oven range cooker, 5 ring hob, larder fridge, freezer, full size dishwasher a large pine dining table that can seat over 10 people.
There are five comfortable bedrooms at this farmhouse: one king size master bedroom, one double bedroom, two twin bedrooms and one 'teen' room with a double futon, that can double as a games room, should you choose.
There are also two bathrooms in the property, one with a bath over shower, and the second one has a genuine antique bathtub, which is said to be only the second one installed in the village!
There is an enclosed courtyard at the property, which provides a safe place for children to play, and dogs to run about in.
Parking for up to 5 cars is available in the courtyard. Central heating throughout. Up to 2 well behaved dogs can be accommodated.
Short breaks of 3 nights are available during low seasons - please enquire for full availability and the best prices. A cot and high chair are available, should they be required.
Located in the quiet village of Boynton, there are a number of surrounding towns that are great for day trips, such as Bridlington, Flamborough, Filey, Scarborough and York.
Visit Sewerby Hall and Gardens, Bondville Model Village or Bayle Museum in Bridlington. Take a trip to the sandy Filey Beach, or explore Scarborough, with attractions including Peasholm Park, The North Bay Railway, Stephen Joseph Theatre, The Rotunda Museum, sandy beaches and Scarborough Open Air Theatre.