About Ivy Cottage


 

   

Ivy Cottage is a beautifully maintained 3 bedroomed Yorkshire stone cottage, located at the end of a small terrace overlooking a local green. It comprises

Ground floor-hall, lounge, dining-room, fully-equipped kitchen, conservatory, utility room,  toilet

First floor- One double bedroom, one twin bedroom,  one single bedroom, recently refurbished bathroom with bath and integral shower.

Outside- gardens to front and rear.  The rear garden is given over to lawns, patio area, shrubberies and flower beds. It is fully enclosed and therefore safe for young children. Garden furniture (table, chairs and loungers) is provided.

 

The property is fully gas central heated and has recently been double-glazed throughout                                                  


Amenities within Ivy Cottage include

  • Free Wi Fi
  • Colour TV,Freeview box and DVD player
  • Hi-Fi and radio
  • High chair, travel cot and stairgates (if required)
  • Washing machine and tumble dryer
  • Dishwasher,microwave
  • Electric shaver points
  • Drying facilities for walkers
  • Storage facilities for bicycles

 




The property is situated  within 5 minutes walk of Helmsley town centre and is within the National Park. Notwithstanding the proximity to the town, the location is very peaceful  and is also within 5 minutes walk of open countryside within the National Park. On–street parking is easily accessible .


We originally bought Ivy Cottage as a holiday home, as a retreat from the stresses and pressures of every -day life, in a location which combines natural beauty, tranquility and all the attractions of a unique  market town. Having refurbished it to a high standard,we are pleased  now to offer it to like- minded people who enjoy and appreciate this magnificent National Park location.


To ensure that your stay is trouble-free, Sarah, who lives locally, looks after the cottage and is available to deal with any issues that might crop up during your visit. 



Helmsley is a small, bustling market town situated on the southern boundary of the North York Moors National Park. In and around the town square area is an impressive array of shops, tea-rooms, restaurants, hotels (one with a leisure spa) and licensed premises. Within the town there is also a castle (EH), a recently restored walled garden, a heated outdoor swimming pool and just outside is situated  Duncombe Park, the ancestral home of the  Feversham family. Apart from the magnificent countryside of the National Park, other attractions such as Riveaux Abbey (EH), Nunington Hall (NT), steam railway at PickeringFlamingo Land and Castle Howard are close by. WhitbyScarborough  and Robin Hood’s Bay on the Yorkshire coast are a short drive away.