North of London, in the breathtaking scenery of the North York Moors National Park, are the tasteful, luxurious Middlehead Cottages. They are adjacent to beautiful meadows, arable fields and heaths, so there is an atmosphere of undisturbed peace and harmony. They are about 33 km from York, 60 km from Leeds, and slightly over 100 km from Manchester.
Middlehead Cottages are combination of convenience, comfort and a homely, cozy atmosphere.
In the renovated, stylishly decorated interiors of each of the houses there there is room for 4 or even 5 on single and double beds. In addition, all cottages are equipped with a bathroom and kitchenette. Guests who want to book accommodation with their pets have a choice of two pet-friendly houses belonging to Middlehead Cottages: Old Farmhouse and Brock Cottage.
Middlehead cottages are self-catering properties, however nearby stores offer everything a guest will need.
Middlehead Cottages are primarily a guarantee of relaxation in nature. The houses are surrounded by a garden, where you can enjoy a meal or have a coffee on a warm day. The nearby areas are ideal for walking, cycling and even horseback riding, as well as fishing.
Middlehead Cottages are lucky to be located near the largest and most beautiful national parks of Great Britain. They are located in the heart of the North York Moors National Park, which is famous for its picturesque, extensive heaths. Not far from here is the Highlands of the Peak District, belonging to the Pennine Mountains, as well as the Yorkshire Dales, covering river valleys, the Lake District National Park, protecting the mountainous area of lakes, and nature reserves such as Forest of Bowland and Nidderdale.
North Yorkshire, which houses Middlehead Cottages, is also famous for its unique monuments and attractions. Noteworthy churches include the Parish of St. Peter and Paul in Pickering and the abbeys in Rosedale and Helmsley. The most beautiful surrounding strongholds include Pickering Castle, Helmsley and Scarborough, as well as the York Clifford’s Tower. Be sure to visit Duncombe Park in Helmsley, the Nunnington Hall with an ecological garden and unique exhibitions, Burton Agnes Hall (a charming Elizabethan court) or Fairfax House, built around 1740.
After exploring the best spots in and around North Yorkshire, you can visit the cinema or theater. The most eye-catching are the Palace Cinema in Malton, the Stephen Joseph Theater in Scarborough and the York Theater Royal.