Applegarth is a two bedroom holiday cottage that sleeps four people. The cottage was built in 1860s as a residence for the head teacher of the then village school which is next door.
The cottage sits in its own, substantial garden behind the old school and next to St Matthew's churchyard. It is a two minute walk from the centre of the village, the station and the Co-Op. In the other direction the footpath leads through a tunnel to the North Yorkshire Moors Railway engine sheds.
- Cosy sitting room with wood-burning stove
- Fully-equipped kitchen seating for dining, Neff oven and hob, microwave, Bosch dishwasher, coffee maker and wood-burning stove
- One double, one twin bedded room, duvets, bedsheets, pillows and wardrobe space with hangers
- Two additional fold-out beds available for children/young people
- Bathroom with bath with electric shower over, and toilet
- Utility room/entrance hall with washer/drier
- Walk-in pantry with additional fridge/freezer, iron and ironing board
- Additional outside toilet
- WiFi: good free wireless internet (around 45 Mbps)
- TV with FreeSat channels with catch-up
- DVD with small film library
- Large, secluded, lawned garden with seating and patio
- There is a croquet set children’s quoits and other toys for the garden
- Welcome pack
- Towels, tea towels and and bed linen provided
- We provide a free parking pass for the nearby North York Moors car park for one car
- If you have more than one car, the National Park centre in Danby sells weekly permits
- No smoking property, and sorry no pets.