Honeysuckle Cottage is charmingly located on a no-through lane on the edge of picturesque Hutton Rudby, a jewel of a village arranged around a green - exactly as an English village should be.
Lounge in the privacy of the patio garden, enjoy a leisurely breakfast in the charming summerhouse or savour the delights of this friendly, vibrant village.
Saunter past the higgledy-piggledy houses bordering the village green with its majestic trees, as well as the village's three pubs, two churches, post office and small supermarket all just minutes away. Or try one of the many pleasant strolls in the immediate neighbourhood.
The village is off the regular tourist track and in close proximity to the open heather moorlands of the stunning North York Moors.
Activities, attractions and history are at your doorstep: York, Durham, castles, ruined abbeys, stately homes, gardens, and a wealth of charming little market towns and pretty villages dotted all over North Yorkshire.
The cottage, which sleeps up to four in two bedrooms, is our own rural retreat and is accordingly well stocked with the regular day-to-day necessities - home from home in a very real sense.
Double-glazed and gas centrally heated throughout, with an attractive gas-fired stove to snuggle round, the cottage retains its country cottage atmosphere.
The fully equipped country-look kitchen leads to a west-facing courtyard complete with bistro table and two chairs and overlooked by an attractive summerhouse with its own seating.
Details can be seen by visiting our website (click link above). We offer a reduction for the over-60s. Prices include all bedlinen, towels, electricity, central heating, broadband facilities etc. There is on-street parking opposite and parking is free throughout the village.
Private patio garden and charming summerhouse
Free Broadband facilities
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Patio garden with summerhouse
The centre of the village
Disabled Facilities: No.
Linen Provided: Yes. All bed linen and towels provided
Pets Allowed: No.
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Gas
Open Fire: No.
Smoking Allowed: No.
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Courtyard with bistro table and chairs, sun chairs and separate summerhouse.
Local Services: 3 village pubs (1 with restaurant) and 1 small supermarket within walking distance.
From the South:
Follow the A19 North past Thirsk and Northallerton. Leave the A19 on the slip road signposted to the A172 - Hutton Rudby and Stokesley. After 1.7 miles, turn left onto Black Horse Lane. At the end of the road, turn right onto Belbrough Lane. Follow Belbrough Lane until you enter Hutton Rudby.
From the North:
Follow the A19 Southbound, past Middlesbrough. Leave the A19 on the slip road signposted to Crathorne and Picton. Immediately, take the left hand junction into Crathorne. After passing The Crathorne Arms and then the post office on your right, take the junction on the left. Follow this road all the way, to enter Hutton Rudby.