Carlton-in-Cleveland Cottages – Accommodation

Our two lovingly restored and renovated barn conversions within the grounds of Low House Farm are furnished to a high standard and offer ideal holiday accommodation for families, couples or friends heading for the hills of North Yorkshire.

Each holiday cottage has two bedrooms – one double and one twin – and can sleep up to four people. The cottages can be booked separately or at the same time for larger groups wishing to visit together.

The properties are all on the ground floor and private parking for an unlimited number of cars is available. Bed linen and towels are provided, as are cots and highchairs if required.

Both cottages are ground floor only, and include the following:

  • Lounge/Diner – with TV, Freeview, DVD and Radio/CD Player/IPod Dock
  • Kitchen – Electric Oven and Hob, Fridge Freezer, Microwave, Dishwasher, Washing Machine and a Radio/CD Player.
  • Bedroom 1 – Double
  • Bedroom 2 – Twin
  • Bathroom – Bath, Shower, WC, Basin and Heated Towel Rail

wifi-logoThe property is heated by underfloor heating and solar panels to ensure everywhere is fully heated at all times. Bed linen and towels are provided. Cot and highchair available. Private parking for unlimited cars also available. Our cottages also have wifi available.

Local attractions

Our cottages are an ideal gateway for exploring the North York Moors and surrounding areas. A number of attractions, landmarks, and picturesque villages can be found within a short drive.

Hambleton Hills

Carlton-in-Cleveland is located in the Bilsdale district of North Yorkshire, less than 10 miles from various picturesque market towns such as Northallerton and Stokesley. Attractions within 10 miles of our cottages include Roseberry Topping (or “The Yorkshire Matterhorn”), Mount Grace Priory and Guisborough Priory. The picturesque Great Ayton is also the boy hood town of Captain James Cook.

Other attractions within reasonable driving distance include Helmsley (Helmsley Castle, Rievaulx Abbey), Thirsk (The World of James Herriot), Kilburn (White Horse of Kilburn) and Byland (Byland Abbey – Shown in Photo).

Esk Valley

Esk Valley is a short drive to the east of Carlton-in-Cleveland, and is home to the Esk Valley Steam Railway (shown in photo) which travels from Grosmont in the heart of the North Yorkshire Moors countryside, to Whitby, a pleasant seaside town on the Heritage Coast. You may recognise this area from the famous TV programme “Heartbeat”.

Other attractions in Esk Valley include Goathland (Waterfalls), Glaisdale, Danby, and miles of countryside, perfect for walking, cycling, and a number of other outdoor activities.

The Heritage Coast

The North Yorkshire Heritage Coast is one of the most visited coastlines in England, and is home to two of the most popular seaside destinations in the area. Whitby, just 35 miles from Carlton is famous for its links to Dracula, and the Whitby Abbey (shown in photo). The larger seaside town of Scarborough dates back to Victorian times as a popular holiday destination, and is located further south along the coast.

Other villages and attractions along the Heritage Coast include Robin Hood’s Bay, Sandsend and Staithes (Captain Cook Heritage Museum).

Other attractions and areas of interest include Middlesbrough (12 miles), Kirkbymoorside (24 miles), Pickering (31 miles), Thornton-Le-Dale (32 miles), Lightwater Valley (32 miles), Fountains Abbey (32 miles), Flamingo Land & Zoo (35 miles), Eden Camp (38 miles), Castle Howard (40 miles), and the City of York (40 miles).

Walking – Our cottages overlook various walks, including the Cleveland Way, the Lyke-Wake-Walk, and the Coast to Coast.

Mountain Biking – Many varied routes over the North Yorkshire Moors as well as trails at Guisborough Woods and the famous Dalby Forest Drive with it’s multi-route 50km trail network and World Cup Course. From a short leg stretch to an all day lung-busting challenge there is something for all levels of ability within easy access from the cottages.

To help cyclist’s stay at Low House Farm run as smoothly as possible also available are secure cycle storage, workshop and jet wash facilities at no extra cost.

Price & Availability

Prices range from £310 (Jan-Feb 2013) to £515 (Summer) for a 7 night stay. Shorter breaks start from £210. Short breaks of 3-6 nights are also available upon request, and short notice bookings may include a discount. See our contact details

Useful Links

Bed & Breakfasts
Easterside Farm – Hawnby

Local Attractions
North York Moors National Park

Flamingo Land Theme Park

The World of James Herriot

Eden Camp War Museum

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