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Cottage ġewwa East Riding of Yorkshire
Secluded holiday cottage on the Wolds Way
Yorkshire Gate Lodge is the perfect retreat for walking & biking holidays. The sympathetically renovated & comfortable lodge offers easy access to the Yorkshire Wolds Way; a National Trail that winds through some of the most tranquil English countryside. Located in the hamlet of Raywell, you’ll be able to immerse yourself in nature & soak up the country atmosphere. There is a cafe only a short walk away. We’re conveniently located for Cottingham, Beverley, Hull, York & the Yorkshire Coast.
$194 kull lejl
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Delightful 3 bed converted stables
Little Weighton is a rural village on the tour de Yorkshire cycle route, set in the beautiful Yorkshire wolds. Little weighton is a rural village but is only 5 miles from the historic market town of Beverly with it’s Minster and race course. The location is popular with cyclists, horse riders and fisherman with Risby lakes being a mile away. (Horse field available on request) The accomadation is a bright spacious 3 bed 2 double and one bunk bed room which has been converted from stables.
$161 kull lejl
Kondominju ġewwa East Riding of Yorkshire
Milking Parlour, Wolds Way Holiday Cottages, 1 Bed
The Milking Parlour is a converted farm building in a rural setting. The space is large, light and airy with its own separate bedroom and ensuite shower room. It also has a small private, enclosed garden. Low Hunsley Farm is situated within easy travelling distance of Beverley, Hull and York as well as the Yorkshire Coast. The farm has the Yorkshire Wolds Way running through so is great for walkers and those wanting to embrace the countryside
$100 kull lejl
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