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Thresher Cottage


Property Address: Thresher Cottage, Furance Farm, Fryup, Whitby, YO21 2AP

Property Type: Self Catering

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North Yorkshire

Enjoy England Self Catering 4 Stars


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Property Description :
Relax at Furnace Farm in our recently converted former threshing barn and wheel house. The threshing barn is where the corn sheaves were thrashed in a threshing machine to remove the grain. The machine was driven by horses circling the former wheel house (now walled garden) to turn a giant wheel.
Thresher cottage was converted in 2008 and can sleep 2 to 6 people. It is situated at the bottom of Fryup Dale in the North York Moors National Park. Fryup dale is a quiet unspoilt area. An ideal location for walking and touring the moors and coast, steam railway and heartbeat country.

Ground floor
Lounge / Kitchen: Open plan lounge with log effect stove and kitchen dining area. Underfloor heating.

Garden: Enclosed lawned garden with pebbled patio and garden furniture with BBQ.

Bedroom 1: Ground floor bedroom suitable for disabled access. Kingsize bed with two bedside cabinets with lamps. Walk in wardrobe. Underfloor heating.

Wet room: Adjacent wet room with shower, WC, basin and shaving point. Underfloor heating.

First Floor
Bedroom 2: Kingsize bed, chest of drawers, wardrobe, two bedside cabinets and lamps.

Bedroom 3: Twin beds, wardrobe, two bedside cabinets and lamps

Bathroom: Bath, shower, WC, Basin, shaver point and heated towel rail.

Amenities
Central heating throughout with underfloor heating to ground floor
TV with DVD and freeview
CD/Radio
Iron and ironing board
Dishwasher
Fridge freezer
Microwave
Electric oven and hob
All fuel, power, bed linen and towels provided
Cot and highchair can be provided on request
Ample off road parking spaces
Private water supply
Access statement available on request

Dish WasherFreezerFridgeLinen ProvidedMicrowaveParking On-Site



Property Location :

Things to see and do in North Yorkshire :


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Captain Cook Memorial Museum


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Flamingo Land Resort
Flamingo Land Resort


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JORVIK Viking Centre
JORVIK Viking Centre


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Malham Cove
Malham Cove


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Mother Shipton
Mother Shipton


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National Railway Museum
National Railway Museum


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The Settle - Carlisle Railway
The Settle - Carlisle Railway


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The York Dungeon
The York Dungeon


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Whitby Abbey
Whitby Abbey


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York Art Gallery
York Art Gallery


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York Minster
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Yorkshire Air Museum
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