Price Per £562
Accommodation1 Double, 1 Twin, 1 Single,1 Bunk. Pets welcome.
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Rebuilt in 1982 from the original stone of the old stock room, Saltersgate's lovely large sitting room faces south and west over the upper courtyard. The broad oak fitted kitchen enjoys the morning sun, and the dining area the evening sun. And not everyone has to share the upstairs facilities, as there is a separate shower room/wc and basin. You'll adore the wonderful nearby secret walled garden and your own south-facing outside seating area.
Downstairs: Entrance hall, lovely large sitting-room with open stone fireplace and south facing bay window. Broad oak-fitted kitchen with large dining area with additional colour TV. Cloakroom/WC.
New furniture in sitting room - March 2015
Upstairs: South-facing double bedroom (king-size sleigh bed) next to separate shower room/WC with wash basin. Bunk-bedded room with full size bunks. Twin-bedded room. Single bedroom. Bathroom/WC with over-bath shower.
In the kitchen
Cooking by electricity • auto washing machine/tumble dryer • dishwasher • fridge/freezer • tea towels • cafetiere • high chair • gas fired central heating
In the sitting room
HD Smart TV with FreeView
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
Pets are welcome all year round
All visitors to Hungate enjoy free use all year round of Pickering's modern indoor swimming pool with exciting flume ride (3 minutes walk away) and free access to the Dalby Forest. • Fenced off childrens 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 Saltersgate...
We all felt so at home here... enjoyed aqua aerobics at the pool and free pass to Dalby Forest. Hungate Cottages are so quiet but have the benefit of being in the town. Took the train to Newtondale Halt and walked back to Pickering - 12 miles
by the high Moor route - so worth the effort: beautiful views and highland cattle!