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Cottage Details

Price Per
Week From:
£447
Sleeps
6
Accommodation
1 Double, 2 Twins. Sorry, no pets.
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Cottage Description


Rosedale has come on a bit since its days as the farm trailer shed. Behind its stone arched windows, Rosedale is a really comfortable family cottage that looks out onto the landscaped courtyard. The rooms are large, airy and relaxing. Upstairs you do not have to share.

Downstairs: Arched entrance porch leading to sitting-room with open stone fireplace. Pine-fitted kitchen with large dining area. Cloakroom/WC.

Upstairs: Master double bedroom with king-size sleigh bed and wash basin, overlooking the courtyard. Twin bedroom also overlooking the courtyard. Another twin bedroom. Large bathroom/WC with over-bath shower. Separate shower room. Separate WC.

This cottage can be combined with Farndale to create one large cottage sleeping 11.


In the kitchen

Cooking by gas • auto washing machine/tumble dryer • dishwasher • fridge/freezer • tea towels • cafetiere • high chair • gas fired central heating

In the sitting room

New! HD Smart TV with FreeView
DVD player
CD/cassette
DAB radio with iPod dock
books & games
open fire with free logs

In the bedrooms

Duvets & linen (blankets by arrangement) • king size double bed • towels • nightlights • stairgates • cot • hairdryer

Additional facilities

All visitors to Hungate enjoy free use all year round of Pickering"s sparkling modern indoor swimming pool with exciting flume ride (3 minutes walk away) and free access to the Dalby Forest  • Fenced off children's play ground with swings, slides, climbing frame and Wendy House • Secure cycle shed (bike hire locally) • Utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer  • Barbeques • Fishing by arrangement

What our guests say about Rosedale...

Despite snow flurries and bitter winds all week, we have had a wonderful holiday, proving that there is much to do regardless of the weather. The children loved the SeaLife Centre at Scarborough, Eden Camp and using the local swimming pool. I loved climbing up to the Bridestones, pootling around the town, and scoffing a fabulous cream tea at Nunnington Hall. Pickering church definitely worth a look - the wall paintings are very special - and we had a very warm welcome there.

March 2013

We have been coming to this area for over 40 years.Best cottage we have stayed in.

March 2013