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Primrose Hill Farmhouse in Hutton-le-Hole, North Yorkshire

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sleeps 5
2 rooms
1 bathroom

Primrose Hill Farmhouse description

Holiday home
Primrose Hill Farmhouse is an enchanting mid-terrace cottage set in an elevated position overlooking the village green in Hutton-le-Hole and can sleep five people. There is a king-size double bedroom, a family room with king-size bed and additional day bed, a bathroom, a kitchen with Rayburn, a dining area and comfy seating, a utility room and a sitting room with a woodburning stove. Outside there is off road parking for two cars and an enclosed garden with furniture and barbecue (across shared driveway). Primrose Hill Farmhouse is a lovely holiday base.

Area
Hutton-le-Hole is situated in the heart of the North York Moors National Park, and is ideal for touring both the Moors and Coast.

Region
The North York Moors National Park covers 554 square miles, with landscape ranging from heather-clad moorland and deep secluded dales, to the cliffs and coves of the magnificent coastline making it a haven for walkers.

Amenities
Electric storage heaters with Rayburn and woodburning stove. Electric oven, ceramic hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 2 x TVs with FreeSat, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi. Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars. Enclosed garden with furniture and BBQ (across shared driveway). Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 3 miles, pub 5 mins walk. Note: Steep cottage stairs, care to be taken and may not be suitable for those with limited mobility.

Amenities

  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Cots
  • Dishwasher
  • Enclosed garden
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • High chair
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi
  • Near Pub
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Reviews

Mrs Phillips
June 2016
Primrose Hill Farm is a charming cottage with oodles of character, in a lovely, picturesque, location. The Rayburn kept it warm and cosy, and we had everything we needed. We had a most enjoyable holiday there, and were sad to leave it. Would definitely recommend it, and will probably go back.
Mrs Burgin
February 2008
This is probably the oldest property we've ever stayed in and it certainly did have a very cottagey feel to it that conversions don't always have. The proximity of a good pub with an excellent menu and local walks meant we didn't need the car as much once there.
Mrs Flinn
April 2007
Friendly and helpful owners next door; lovely village and countryside; lots of interesting places to visit locally.
Mrs Mitchell
February 2008
The owners of the property where very welcoming and made our two year olds holiday very memorable as they took time to show her their little lamb and horses.
Ms Mcdonnell
April 2007
Everything was perfect - The cottage, the area, and Sykes, oh and the weather. Perfect.
Mr McCusker
November 2006
Cosy, warm cottage, very homely. Very well equipped. Well situated for Moors and coast.
Mr Mrs Davey
February 2007
The beautiful surroundings allowed for a peaceful and relaxing setting. The cottage is ideally placed for sightseeing as well as walking and exploring. Very nice to come back after a long walk to settle down in front of an open fire.
Mrs Parsonson
November 2006
Our holiday was like home from home. The cottage had everything we needed and was warm and very comfortable. The owners were so very helpful. We would reccommend this cottage to anyone who wants a relaxing holiday in a lovely friendly village, and 1st class owners who let a 1st class cottage!
Mrs Dring
August 2006
Well equipped. Owners helpful and friendly.
Mr Barker
July 2006
The most comfortable cottage that we have been to. Lots of walking from cottage, no need to take car, plenty of places to eat of good quality.
Mrs Price
June 2006
Very cosy warm cottage, with good features like the Rayburn and open fire. Good garden area, safe for children
Mr Wharton
June 2006
Very friendly, helpful owners, very well equipped cottage, would not fault it.
Mrs Mullane
May 2006
The cottage was warm, comfortable and had everything that we could possibly need for a good time plus all the little extras to make it special. I would recommend it to anybody who wants a base for the North Yorkshire moors and coast.
Mr Mrs Alexander
February 2006
The cottage was delightful and nothing was missing. We had a great visit.
Mr Constable
April 2006
We were made very welcome by the owners. The children loved the real fire that they lit for us before our arrival.
Prof Warwick
August 2005
A beautiful location, the cottage was situated in an ideal place.
Mrs Foster
September 2005
The welcome from the owners was that of old friends not for some couple just staying in their property. Nothing was too much trouble! Lovely cottage equipped to the highest standard: home from home. Lovely couple. No hesitation in recommending property to friends lovely picturesque village, pub food excellent. A superb place for relaxing. Will be back soon.
dgr42
April 2018
A very good experience. Settled into the cottage and felt comfortable very quickly. The owners, Nigel and Jo, are very friendly and made us most welcome along with their dogs and horses. The chocolate cake legend continues and it was very tasty. The bathroom had been refitted since we booked and now has a good modern shower cubicle rather than a bath. We enjoyed the farmhouse kitchen when in during the day and warmed ourselves by the multi-fuel stove in the cosy lounge at night. There are ample footpaths into the countryside from the village. Plenty of variety for walking the dog. The Crown offers a good dining experience for an evening meal out. We enjoyed The Forge Cafe for breakfast a few times. We are looking forward to a return visit.
Mrs Kennedy
June 2005
We liked waking up to the sounds of the countryside. It was nice being able to do things without having to drive anywhere. The friendliness of the cottage owners, who involved our children in feeding the sheep and horse!
Mrs Crehan
July 2005
The welcome that the owners gave us was really nice, also their inclusion of our children in feeding the sheep, walking dogs etc. The house and surroundings were lovely and the owners were very helpful with local information and suggestions for days out etc.
136maureen
August 2016
What a great place to stay. The cottage is beautiful and the owners Nigel and Jo are so friendly, helpful and kind. A chocolate cake had been baked for our arrival. So kind and thoughtful. So much to do in this area. Walking, cycling, museums, art gallery's etc. The moors are so stunning at the moment and you can walk from the cottage straight on to the moors.
Mr Arnold
July 2018
Jo and Nigel made us welcome from the word 'go'.. The chocolate cake went down a treat. Everything was clean, comfortable and welcoming. The following points are simply just minor 'niggles'. The sharp up-hill entry for the car round to the rear of the property was a little un-nerving at first, but was mastered after a few days. The lock to the shower room is in need of some lubrication and the front garden needs some TLC. All-in-all a most enjoyable week in Hutton le Hole supported by stunning weather. The major surprise at the end of the hol. was discovering Lastingham Grange Hotel and it's super meals.
Mr Stamp
August 2018
Lovely comfortable cottage,hospitable hosts,stunning scenery & chocolate cake,what more could you ask for!
Mrs Baldock
May 2018
Had a wonderful holiday .... Had a wonderful holiday The cottage was perfect Jo and Nigel were lovely in every way nothing was too much trouble Would certainly go again
Mr Seal
May 2018
A wonderful location and a real ‘cottagy’ cottage so do expect some quirks with uneven floors and ceilings and a low doorway into the walk in pantry.. The owners live next door and are extremely friendly and helpful without being imposing. Nothing is too much trouble for them. The cottage is dog friendly and the owners have two dogs themselves who love to meet and greet. The village has all the amenities that are needed, (most of which are also dog friendly, including the pub, cafes and museum), although when we visited in May it was advisable to pre book a table in the pub as it gets extremely busy especially on Saturday and Sunday. The cottage has good facilities including a washing machine, tumble drier and dishwasher. It was good to be able to park at the back of the cottage next to a small dog proof garden with picnic bench overlooking fields and woods. Although there is no grocery shop in the village there are plenty of shops, pubs and takeaways in Kirkbymoorside about 3 miles away. Unfortunately we required the services of the local vet, (2 minutes drive away), and I can confirm that they are excellent, (helpful if you are a dog owner). Morning dog walks along the beautiful beck are a joy and the local residents are very friendly and helpful. All in all a terrific cottage in a beautiful location, (and the home made chocolate cake on arrival was a bonus).
dgr42
April 2018
A very good experience.. Settled into the cottage and felt comfortable very quickly. The owners, Nigel and Jo, are very friendly and made us most welcome along with their dogs and horses. The chocolate cake legend continues and it was very tasty. The bathroom had been refitted since we booked and now has a good modern shower cubicle rather than a bath. We enjoyed the kitchen when in during the day and warmed ourselves by the multi-fuel stove in the cosy lounge at night. There are ample footpaths into the countryside from the village. Plenty of variety for walking the dog. The Crown offers a good dining experience for an evening meal out. We enjoyed The Forge Cafe for breakfast a few times. We are looking forward to a return visit.
Mr Langsdale
March 2017
The cottage was very well appointed, superb position in village.. Very warm and comfortable, with everything one would require. We aim to return. Nigel and Jo were very friendly and helpful.
Mrs Walkden
October 2016
Lovely comfortable cottage in beautiful surroundings, owners Jo and Nigel made us very welcome and were very hospitable without being at all intrusive.. The area is great for walking and there are several good pubs nearby for eating out. A great place to take a holiday and I would cetainly return.
Mr Wood
October 2016
The owners of this cottage could not have been more helpful,to the extent that a very large home made chocolate cake was waiting for us when we arrived.. The setting of the cottage in Hutton-le-hole in the North Yorks National Park was amazing. Very central for various towns (inland and coastal )as well as many castles , Abbys and country houses. A good selection of pubs in the area selling great food. The cottage had a good kitchen dining area and a very cosy lounge with open fire if you wanted. The bedrooms were large and the beds very comfy with nice linen. I would recomend this cottage.We had a great weeks holiday. Thankyou to you all.
Gray
September 2016
A beautiful, cosy, quaint Yorkshire cottage.. An amazing chocolate cake was there to welcome us, thank you to you both. The cottage is warm,homely and welcoming. I wanted my mum to have a wonderful experience for her first time in Yorkshire and she truly did. Jo and Nigel are amazing, nothing was too much. Although they were just next door, which was comforting to know, they at no time imposed on our stay. I have stayed in many self catering cottages in the past 20 years. Jo and Nigel have thought of everything,dishwasher tablets,washing liquid, hair dryer,even a first aid kit. I am already looking at dates to book next year. Thank you Jo and Nigel for a wonderful break.
136maureen
August 2016
We had the most wonderful stay at Primrose Cottage.. Jo and Nigel were so helpful and kind. They welcomed us on arrival and were available if needed. Hutton-Le-Hole is a beautiful village so therefore we had everything we needed including a home cooked chocolate cake on arrival.
Mr Clayton
March 2019
As we arrived the owner came out to meet us and made us most welcome.. She showed us around the cottage explaining where everything was. The cottage was superb and had everything we could possibly need. The owners made us feel that nothing was too much trouble and if we had a problem we could contact them at any time. A cottage we hope to return to again.
Mr Booth
April 2019
A pleasant cottage in a beautiful village.. This suited a family of 2 adults and three children...plus 2 small dogs. Joe and Nigel have thought of every little thing you may need and are extremely welcoming. Highly recommended and can't wait to return.
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