Pickering, North York Moors
Details for Bell End Farm
In the heart of the dramatic North York Moors National Park, half a mile from the ancient village of Rosedale Abbey, Bell End Farm has been beautifully converted into traditional looking stone and brick cottages.
The village is the site of a former Cistercian nunnery and has been inhabited since the mid-12th century. It is also the location of Bell End Farm, a truly delightful holiday retreat. Bell End Farm was a typical working moorland farm until it fell into disuse in recent years. It was then developed into comfortable, award-winning holiday cottages with stunning views across the moors.he nature of the area, and small size of the site, guarantee a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere. To maintain the ambience, facilities are necessarily limited.
The clubhouse, which is available to residents and their guests, includes a snooker table, a free DVD and book library, puzzles and games, a children's corner (with toys, books, DVDs etc.), and local information.
Other facilities include a compact indoor heated plunge pool (a little over eight metres long), a small outdoor child's play area, and quiet garden with stunning views. There is a communal laundry with washing machines and tumble driers. There is free Internet and Wi-Fi access.
The beach is just over 30 minutes away and nearby sports facilities include tennis, golf and, of course, rowing, windsurfing, stand up padel and kayaking as well as boat trips out to sea.
The North York Moors National Park, with its peaceful, rolling, heather-clad moorland and unspoilt valleys, is the perfect place for holidaymakers seeking to get away from it all. It covers 553 square miles of the...
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