Entrance to the property
Lounge with feature beams
Elegant bedroom with traditional beams
Make the most of the pretty garden
Pretty country-style throughout
The perfect place to enjoy a relaxed morning
Character windows overlooking the estate village
Twin bedroom
Style and comfort
Bedroom feature
Large family bathroom
Winding staircase leads you downstairs
Kitchen and dining room
Holiday treats
Modern kitchen
Meal prep
Traditional beams compliment the dining area
Homely touches
Lounge with woodburner
Kick off your boots and relax in front of the woodburner
Home from home
Lounge seating
Afternoon tea and cake
Property detail
Character throughout the property
Large garden has a summer house
Dine out in the Yorkshire sunshine
Spacious patio with seating
The gardens feature a summer house
Summer house
Shrubs and flowers in the garden
Enjoy being close to nature
Spacious lawn
Nearby views across Farndale
A charming 17th century cottage
View towards the property, 17th centuary cottage
Cottage and front garden
1 / 38  Entrance to the property
2 / 38  Lounge with feature beams
3 / 38  Elegant bedroom with traditional beams
4 / 38  Make the most of the pretty garden
5 / 38  Pretty country-style throughout
6 / 38  The perfect place to enjoy a relaxed morning
7 / 38  Character windows overlooking the estate village
8 / 38  Twin bedroom
9 / 38  Style and comfort
10 / 38  Bedroom feature
11 / 38  Large family bathroom
12 / 38  Winding staircase leads you downstairs
13 / 38  Kitchen and dining room
14 / 38  Holiday treats
15 / 38  Modern kitchen
16 / 38  Meal prep
17 / 38  Traditional beams compliment the dining area
18 / 38  Homely touches
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20 / 38  Lounge with woodburner
21 / 38  Kick off your boots and relax in front of the woodburner
22 / 38  Home from home
23 / 38  Lounge seating
24 / 38  Afternoon tea and cake
25 / 38  Property detail
26 / 38  Character throughout the property
27 / 38  Large garden has a summer house
28 / 38  Dine out in the Yorkshire sunshine
29 / 38  Spacious patio with seating
30 / 38  The gardens feature a summer house
31 / 38  Summer house
32 / 38  Shrubs and flowers in the garden
33 / 38  Enjoy being close to nature
34 / 38  Spacious lawn
35 / 38  Nearby views across Farndale
36 / 38  A charming 17th century cottage
37 / 38  View towards the property, 17th centuary cottage
38 / 38  Cottage and front garden

Webstone Cottage,

Osmotherley, North Yorkshire
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs allowed 2
4
star
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Luxury
Romantic
Family friendly
Quirky
Towels included
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At a glance

  • A quintessentially English 17th-century cottage
  • Situated in a picturesque estate village on the western side of the North York Moors National Park
  • A wealth of walking opportunities on your doorstep
  • The original features add an abundance of character
  • The village of Osmotherley with its eateries is within 1.5 miles
  • A wealth of walking opportunities on your doorstep
  • Local market towns and villages to explore within 5 miles
Property code: G0172

This charming cottage with an abundance of character in the North York Moors is an idyllic retreat for families looking to explore the natural treasures in the surrounding countryside.

This Yorkshire stone cottage with a rose climbing across its facade is what you'd expect of a holiday home in the heart of the English countryside. The charm continues inside, with its original features sitting alongside country-style décor and contemporary touches to create a homely feel, making it easy to escape a hectic pace of life. When you fancy an adventure, there are plenty to choose from, including The Cleveland Way: A National Trail which passes close by on its route from Helmsley (26 miles) to the Yorkshire Coast. There are also lots of quaint market towns and villages to visit with a variety of eateries to suit all tastes and budgets, from Michelin-starred restaurants to adorable tearooms.

As you approach the picturesque cottage, you will already have an image in your head of what the interior should look like, and you will not be disappointed. Stepping inside, make your way through the entrance hall to the spacious lounge, where you will be greeted by exposed beams, an inglenook fireplace with wood burner and a cosy ambience: the perfect place to snuggle up with your favourite tipple and a good book. The contemporary, galley-style kitchen is adjacent to the lounge and offers views of the mature garden; it is well-equipped allowing you to cater for all your needs. The utility room around the corner is the ideal place for cleaning off dirty walking boots or muddy paws. Leading on from the kitchen is the light and airy dining room where you can all gather to discuss plans, play a game or share a meal. Ascending the typically narrow, winding staircase, you will find the two bedrooms (one king-size and one twin), with their sloping ceilings, exposed beams and painted, stone window frames looking out across the estate village. The family bathroom is at the end of the landing, which is cool and contemporary with exposed floorboards and a crisp, white suite nestled into the eaves.

Outside, there is a lawned garden at the front and a mature garden to the rear. The back garden includes apple trees and a spacious terrace for outdoor dining in the Yorkshire sunshine. Children and adults alike will love the summer house at the top of the garden where you can escape for an hour or two and soak up the tranquillity and beautiful surroundings.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 2 bedrooms – 1 king-size and 1 twin
  • 1 bathroom with a hand-held shower over the bath and 1 WC on the ground floor
  • Dishwasher, fridge, freezer, electric oven and hob, microwave, washing machine
  • Wood burner in the lounge (first set of logs and kindling provided)
  • Smart TV with DVD
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Board games, books and magazines available
  • Mature garden
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Village pubs, shop, café and fish and chip shop within 1.5 miles
  • Clay pigeon shooting at the end of the Thimbleby village
  • 2 dogs welcome

Rupert Spiers

This property joined our collection in 2019 and is managed by Rupert.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 22 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Catherine, 11th September 2020

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Lovely cottage in beautiful village, well equipped, with fantastic garden for eating and sitting out. Highly recommended for everyone except very tall people due to low beams.

Reviewed by Vicki, 28th August 2020

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The cottage is in a peaceful location close to the A19 which provides easy access to explore North Yorkshire by car. There are lovely walks from the cottage if you prefer. The kitchen has everything you need during your stay. The garden is beautiful and the summer house is perfect for catching the late afternoon sun. One thing to note is this is anRead more old cottage so the ceilings are low and the stairs are steep with a low lintel at the bottom. Over all though highly recommended cottage Hide

Reviewed by Isabelle, 21st August 2020

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Beautiful, cosy, peaceful cottage not far from the main road and with lovely walks straight from the door too. It's easy to explore all the North York Moors! The kitchen is really well equipped, the beds are super comfortable and the large garden is immaculately kept. We'd love to come back!

Reviewed by Fred, 24th July 2020

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A comfortable, warm cottage which is vert well equipped. Delightful garden with the summer house getting the evening sun and the patio the morning sun. Well located for the Western side of the Moors though of course the whole area is easily accessible. One negative is the nearby clay pigeon range. On two occassions it went on until 10pm. Not a majoRead morer issue but can be a bit of a nuisance. Also the wifi is very slow but mobile cover fine. Overall a very good week Hide

Reviewed by Fiona, 17th July 2020

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We had a lovely week at the cottage. Its a stunning location very peaceful and great for walks in the countryside. Perfect location as you are near to both Osmotherley and Northallerton and right by the a19 for transport links .

Reviewed by David, 10th July 2020

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This cottage was absolutely perfect for us. It was immaculate in cleanliness, and was stocked with high quality crockery and cutlery, pots and pans, bed linen and towels. The location was fabulous just outside Osmotherly. The biggest bonus was the garden which is simply magnificent and the bird feeder was such a delight -we bought some feed and we Read morewere entertained every day by lots of different species, including a woodpecker no less. It was wonderful. Thank you Sandra Anne. Hide

Reviewed by Julie, 6th July 2020

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The cottage was quaint, immaculately clean and very cosy. We loved the garden and the summer house. It is situated in a quiet village but a short walk takes you into Osmotherley with great food and drink at the Golden Lion. Fantastic walks on the doorstep and particularly enjoyed Cod Beck. I realised the cottage was close to a shooting range but onRead moree midweek day there was shooting from 1pm-7pm continuously which spoilt the tranquillity. Hide

Reviewed by Paul, 20th December 2019

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I understand that people were much shorter when this cottage was built. It is a cosy and warm small cottage and we felt most welcome.

Reviewed by John, 25th October 2019

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A genuinely cosy cottage - very warm and very well-equipped and also very nicely decorated. All furnishings were of a lovely quality but not too fussy. Very well situated for walking directly from the door and from Osmotherley itself.

Reviewed by Angela, 13th September 2019

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Beautiful unspoilt cottage with a beautiful garden in a lovely tranquil location, well-positioned for lovely walks. Perfect!

Reviewed by Anne, 6th September 2019

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A beautiful, picture postcard cottage with lovely garden. Very well equipped and cosy. Would recommend and would return.

Reviewed by Mike, 30th August 2019

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A very peaceful location, beautiful garden and village. Ideal for exploring the area.

Reviewed by Nicola, 23rd August 2019

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Delightful traditional cottage. Lovely and homely without being too fussy. Great location for walking and cycling for the brave! Well equipped kitchen, everything we needed. Lovely garden to relax in when weather was too hot to walk. Thoroughly enjoyed our week .

Reviewed by Victoria, 2nd August 2019

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Reviewed by Sarah, 26th July 2019

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Reviewed by Stephen, 5th July 2019

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Lovely comfortable cottage in present rural sitting. Thoughtful touches by owner. Plenty of birds and rabbits in garden to enjoy.

Reviewed by Caroline, 28th June 2019

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Was a lovely cottage so peaceful all we could hear was birds singing woul love to live there. The village was lovely the pubs and the Fish and chips were amazing.

Reviewed by Barbara, 15th April 2019

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Lovely cottage in very quiet village location. Good walk to Osmotherly where dogs welcomed in pubs. Lovely garden, not secure for small dogs.

Reviewed by Jenny

We have thoroughly enjoyed our week in your delightful cottage. I especially need to commend you on your garden. How youve managed to create such a bounty of plants with such an army of rabbits is just incredible! I shall always remember this week as the cottage of the birdsong. Thanks again.

Reviewed by Amanda, 23rd February 2019

We had a brilliant week with the grandkids at half term ! The loved the garden and the chickens and ponies down the lane . Its position is beautiful for moors and coast and 3 pubs in Osmotherley was great! The little welcome basket was a lovely touch and most appreciated. We took too much kindling and have stocked up the cottage for a bit ! Will deRead morefinitely go agai. So what more can you say ? Hide

Reviewed by Angela, 5th January 2019

Fantastic in every way only thing was I booked this cottage because it had a log burner as I dont have one at home and its a real luxury. When we arrived at 4pm, admittedly the cottage was lovely and warm as the central heating is so efficient but I was looking forward to our 1st night in front of the fire but there was no wood, firelighters or kinRead moredling so we had to go back out to get some. Lovely cottage, very well equipped fantastic location. I could live there ohh and 3 pubs we only tried 2 of them both were fantastic. Hide

Reviewed by Matthew, 30th December 2018

Beautiful cottage, so peaceful, and fantastically furnished and equipped, so a real sanctuary! The weather was as you'd expect in December, so we weren't able to enjoy the garden fully, but it is large with a great patio area tucked away at the back of the cottage. The driveway right up to the property is also a great bonus for loading and unloadinRead moreg, and for a short hop from car to cottage if the weather is bad! It very quickly felt like 'home', which is exactly what we were looking for. The local village of Osmotherley has three thriving pubs and is very pretty, with the moors starting on its doorstep. A fantastic break. Hide

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Entrance to the property
Lounge with feature beams
Elegant bedroom with traditional beams
Make the most of the pretty garden
Pretty country-style throughout
The perfect place to enjoy a relaxed morning
Character windows overlooking the estate village
Twin bedroom
Style and comfort
Bedroom feature
Large family bathroom
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Location

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