Monday, 14 March 2016

Old Cobblers Cottage, Driffield, East Yorkshire www.aroundaboutbritain.co.uk / SELF CATERING

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Old Cobblers Cottage, Driffield, East Yorkshire
Old Cobblers Cottage is a delightful mid-19th century terraced oak beamed cottage situated in the quiet, picturesque village of North Dalton. 
The village is a short drive from Driffield and Pocklington. It is only twenty miles from the East Coast, with Bridlington, Scarborough and Whitby giving visitors a wonderful seaside resort experience. 
For shopping and entertainment the historic, and contrasting cities, of York and Hull are both within a 40 minutes drive with a host of museums, art galleries, theatres, cinemas, restaurants, and Hull’s submarium ‘The Deep’. 
The stately homes of Burton Agnes Hall, Sledmere House and Castle Howard are all within a short drive, with Beverley and York racecourses easily accessible. 
The cottage is ideally situated for walkers wishing to explore the local area and the North Yorkshire Moors, with the long distance walks – Minster Way and Wolds Way passing through the village. 
The cottage possesses a unique view overlooking the village pond where ducks and moorhens can be watched, along with the shoals of fish inhabiting the pond. The 11th century village church can also be viewed from here. Adjacent to the cottage is an excellent, welcoming country pub – The Star Inn, serving good quality, pub grub, using locally grown produce and cooked on the premises. 
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