Price Per £441
Accommodation1 Double, 1 Twin. Sorry - no pets.
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If you are looking for peace and quiet, welcome to Danbydale holiday cottage, pleasantly set in the quiet corner of the orchard. Danbydale used to be the stables - which explains the spacious sitting room. With separate shower room/wc and basin, this cottage is good for those who prefer not to share. And for couples who might like a four-poster bed! Open fire with free logs.
Downstairs: Entrance hall, cloakroom/WC. Large sitting-room with open stone fireplace and views towards the orchard. Sunny, pine-fitted kitchen with dining area overlooking the courtyard.
Upstairs: One large double with four-poster bed and ensuite bathroom and a .twin-bedded room. Separate shower room/WC with basin for the twin-bedded room.
In the kitchen
Cooking by electricity • auto washing machine/tumble dryer • dishwasher • fridge/freezer • tea towels • cafetiere • high chair • gas fired central heating
In the sitting room
HD Smart TV with FreeView
DAB radio with iPod dock
books & games
open fire with free logs
In the bedrooms
Duvets & linen (blankets by arrangement) • 4 poster king size double bed • towels • nightlights • stairgates • cot • hairdryer
All visitors to Hungate enjoy free use all year round of Pickering's modern indoor swimming pool with flume ride (3 minutes walk away) and free access to Dalby Forest. • Fenced off children's play ground with basket swing, slide, climbing frame and Wendy House • Secure cycle shed (bike hire locally) • Utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer • Barbeques • Fishing by arrangement
What our guests say about Danbydale.....
Our first visit to Hungate Cottages and hopefully not our last. We have thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Danbydale Cottage. Warm and Cosy and well eequipped and such a great location. We enjoyed a trip on the steam train to Whitby. Lovely walks round Dalby Forest using the Discovery Pass for free parking. Also walks round Levisham and Hole of Horcum, parking at Saltersgate carpark. So many things to see and do in this area - suspect we may have to come back again next year. - November 2018