Set in the garden of The Old School House, built in 1872, the Lodge started life originally (and don't let this put you off!) as the boys' and girls' loos. It then took on the role of log and garden store before being converted in 1993 to its present, more comfortable state.
We are situated in the heart of the small North Yorkshire village of Great Smeaton, within walking distance of the village pub, and close to the market towns of Northallerton, Richmond, Thirsk and Bedale.
We're also within easy reach of the historic cities of Durham and York, the North Yorks Railway, both Heartbeat and Herriot Country and ideally placed to explore both the Moors and The Dales.
Small but perfectly formed! comfortable double room
accommodation with en-suite shower
Ideal short break for a couple, the singleton or the business traveller.
Coast to coast pick up service.
To book this Holiday Cottage, or find out more, please contact them directly by
A glimpse through to the bedroom/living area
The really comfy bed!
Peeping through to the kitchen
Tea on the patio
Disabled Facilities: No. Sorry
Linen Provided: Yes. All linen, towels and tea towels provided
Pets Allowed: No. Sorry
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Oil
Open Fire: No.
Smoking Allowed: No.
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. French doors onto small patio area, access to barbecue, off-road parking
Local Services: Bus service to Northallerton or Darlington
Village pub serving food at weekends
Great Smeaton is on the A167, 7 miles north of Northallerton. Upon entering the village take the right turn, opposite the Black Bull pub, towards Hornby and The Old School House is the first house on the right.