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Cooper's Cottage Pet-Friendly Cottage in Pickering, North Yorkshire

250
  • £
  • $
per week
sleeps 2
2 rooms
1 bathroom

Cooper's Cottage Pet-Friendly Cottage description

Holiday home
Cooper's Cottage is a lovely, characterful cottage on the edge of the market town of Pickering. With two bedrooms, a double and a mezzanine twin, it can sleeps four people comfortably. There is also a family bathroom, a kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with woodburner. Outside, there is a shared courtyard garden with furniture, and off road parking for two cars. Cooper's Cottage is ideal for friends or a small family getaway.

Area
The historic market town of Pickering has many amenities including traditional shops, tea rooms, pubs and restaurants. The town is often referred to as the gateway to the breathtaking North York Moors National Park. Attractions that are well worth visiting are the North York Moors Stream Railway, Pickering Castle and The Beck Isle Museum, which displays black and white photographs of rural life. The area is a haven for walkers with hills, valleys and rivers to explore, plus wildlife enthusiasts will enjoy the wildlife in the North York Moors. Also further afield are the historic city of York and the Heritage Coast. Pickering is a perfect base to explore the North York Moors and beyond.

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
Gas central heating with woodburner. Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, radio, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair. Off road parking for 1 car. Bike storage. Shared courtyard garden with garden furniture and BBQ. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Neighbouring restaurants, shops and pub 1 min walk. Note: There are steep open stairs at this property - ensure children are supervised at all times. Note: This property will accept 4 people.

Amenities

  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Cots
  • 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 Graddon
May 2016
Pickering was a good base for travelling to our places of interest and very handy for the steam railway to Whitby.
Mrs Humphrey
January 2016
A lovely cottage in an excellent location with everything you could need. We will definitely be going back. There was a great safe area for the dogs.
Mrs Warren
June 2016
A very comfy cottage in an excellent location. A great base for visiting local and seaside towns. The enclosed area was spacious and safe for our two dogs.
Mrs Newall
November 2015
Beautiful, cosy Cottage. Top notch furnishings, immaculately clean with the best bath ever.
Mr Coates
May 2016
The cottage is quirky but comfortable and not pretentious. It is a great place just to chill and relax with a great host! We love N.Yorks and being in the centre of Pickering gave us the chance to explore the countryside in the day by car and some very nice pubs at night without having to drive! We loved our week here and would definitely return.
Guest
September 2012
very nice cottage, good central location for exploring the moors and surounding area. there was a small problem with the rubbish bin being full to the brim, and no instruction when to leave out for collection. this small thing aside i would stay again and i have recomended it to anyone who will listen to me.
Paul Bathe
April 2013
Arrived after following the excellent direction. Was met at the property and given the tour. Lovely quirky cottage but well decorated and equipped. Everything we required was there and the cottage was well heated and plenty of hot water etc. Very near the centre of Pickering which is a great place and very dog friendly. Good choice of pubs takeaways and shops and friendly good service.
Mr Davies
December 2015
Coopers Cottage was a perfect fit for rambling around North Yorkshire and the East Riding. The Cottage was very warm and welcoming - the owner was always easily contactable and gave great advice about pubs and real ales. The cottage was well appointed without being over-fussy and you felt easily at home - no ostentatious ornamentation to fret over, everything felt practical and workable. It gave what a holiday needs - relaxation! I highly recommend this cottage and this lovely location.
Mrs Onslow
June 2014
Coopers Cottage was very comfortable and clean on our arrival. A nice surprise to find a welcome food and drinks to start our two week holiday. Pickering is a lovely market town, full of history. Our dog, enjoyed the walks locally. It is an ideal base for visiting Yorkshire.
Mr Williams
April 2014
Everything in the village you needed and all so close to a lovely cottage. Central location for the whole area.
Mr Cooper
October 2014
Lovely old cottage which has been nicely modernised and is close to Pickering town centre.
Mr Mrs Parker
January 2016
The cottage was fantastic and in a great location. We enjoyed it so much we have already booked for next New year.
Mrs Farley
February 2015
Fantastic holiday, beautiful cottage and the owner was very helpful and friendly. Definitely recommend to friends and family and will be returning.
Miss Boardman
July 2015
Excellent location for exploring. Cottage tastefully decorated. Would definitely stay here again.
Miss Brack
April 2013
The cottage was of a very high standard. It was an excellent holiday enjoyed by dogs and humans alike.
Mr Long
January 2014
We stayed in Coopers Cottage over the Christmas week with our 12 week old baby. It is very cosy with so much unexpected space in the kitchen and upstairs! The bathroom is fab with a separate space to get dressed in and there are two double beds, one in a cosy bedroom and the other on a lovely mezzanine floor. This was great as we had so much stuff with us for the baby that we could spread out very effectively. Parking is easy, Pickering High Street is a two minute walk, the cottage is next to a good Indian but it is also detached from it so no smells or noise but the bonus of having good food very close! Overall we could not recommend the cottage enough, very friendly and accommodating owners, great break.
Mr Brown
October 2012
We were very happy with the cottage, so convenient for the town and buses.
Mr Bathe
February 2013
Good standard, did not want for anything. The cottage was warm and cosy with heating and log burner. Very central to all amenities in Pickering. Good welcome on the Friday. We would definitely recommend to friends and family.
Mr Rathbone
July 2013
Excellent well presented property on main road yet quiet and secluded. Very handy for amenities shops pubs and restaurants also ideally located for surrounding coast and country. Area quiet and peaceful at night.
Mr Speed
July 2012
We particularly liked the size of the kitchen diner, the large bathroom and the wonderful patio/outside space. Good closeness to town.
Mr Duckworth
July 2012
A good location with all necessary things close at hand - pubs, restaurants, a supermarket etc.
Miss Davie
January 2013
Location is excellent. Cottage was stunning and had everything we needed for a lovely break.
LMROB
September 2015
Lovely cottage a minutes walk from the centre of Pickering. Very clean with a nice refurnished bathroom and excellent shower. Cosy lounge with an adequate kitchen. Good for couples. Stairs to the bathroom a bit awkward if you are not fully mobile. Nice touches such as welcome tea, coffee, milk and biscuits. Noyon Indian restaurant next door very good as was Lees Chineses takeaway the other side but no problem with food smells. Off street parking behind gates, only suitable for smaller cars but we had no problem parking in the street. It's a fairly main road but quietens down at night and did not disturb our sleep. All in all an excellent base for the North York Moors, Castle Howard, and the Whitby coastline.
hanby256
November 2016
We have just returned from a weeks stay at Cooper's cottage with our one year old daughter. The cottage was clean, full of charm and character and ideally located in the heart of Pickering. It was equipped with everything we could possibly have needed (inlcuding a high chair and travel cot) and had an extensive range of tour guide leaflets giving us lots of inspiration for local day trips. The owner was very friendly and quick to respond to emails. We would definitely recommend this cottage for a couple or small family wanting a restful break in the heart of Yorkshire.
lorraine289
August 2015
A warm welcome when we arrived at the cottage. The owner was there to welcome us. Kitchen large for cooking local produce.Stairs not to good into bathroom, but loved the shower over bath. Even "jed" the dog had out side space.
Reciprocity001
September 2015
having recently stayed at coopers cottage with my partner and dog i want to say what a lovely cottage this is. The kitchen had all the amenities you need and the bed was lovely and comfy. There was tea coffee and milk awaiting on our arrival and i have to say that the pictures don't do the cottage justice as it looks like it has all been updated since they were taken. We had a lovely week in Pickering and exploring North Yorkshire and this was the ideal pace to stay. Parking was never a problem despite having a 4x4 and if you have a slightly smaller vehicle then there is parking at the rear of the property. Lovely place thanks Matt.
Guest
June 2013
What a lovely, cosy cottage. From the minute we arrived to the minute we left we had the most relaxing time. The cottage is beautifully furnished, comfortable and cosy. The kitchen is really well appointed and the log burning stove adds a lovely, country feel. For us the best thing was that our puppy Bailey loved it! The courtyard is totally secure so he was able to have a run around without us worrying. On our arrival we were greeted by a lovely box of cakes, jar of coffee, fresh milk and a local paper which, after a long drive, were very very welcome. We enjoyed our stay so much that we are hoping to return later this year!
mary190928
April 2012
On arrival we were very disappointed at how dirty the cottage was. Every surface was covered in thick dust, including the floor. In the lounge the sofa under the window had broken springs and the other sofa was covered in a grubby, stained cover. There were no towels, tea towels or oven gloves left. The bedlinen was worn and had to be changed. Many of the light bulbs had gone and no replacement bulbs left. After bitterly complaining to the owner a cleaner was sent, but even then the property was only just passable in terms of cleanliness as many areas were still left uncleaned such as the venetian blinds, windows and the cobwebs hanging from the bathroom ceiling.
MogsyTraveller
December 2013
We stayed in Coopers Cottage over the Christmas week with our 12 week old baby. It is very cosy with so much unexpected space in the kitchen and upstairs! The bathroom is fab with a seperate space to get dressed in and there are two double beds, one in a cosy bedroom and the other on a lovely mezzanine floor. This was great as we had so much stuff with us for the baby that we could spread out very effectively. Parking is easy, Pickering high street is a two minute walk, the cottage is next to a good indian but it is also detatched from it so no smells or noise but the bonus of having good food very close! Overall we could not recommend the cottage enough, very friendly and accommodating owners, great break.
Guest
October 2013
A lovely cottage but found the stairs very dangerous to both adults and kids due to being very steep with no banister! my husband and I decided to let the kids have the double room as the other room had no door and opened onto steep stairs maybe an idea to change beds round and put singles in the main room? The kitchen could do with more equiptment as 4 of us struggled and were always washing up as needed plates etc for next meal location was fab couldn't be faulted parking good as managed to park at front of property as space provided was taken by next door
william r
July 2013
Well organised and really nicely, simply furnished and although on a main road and near shops it is very quiet, especially at night. Quite steep stairs to bedrooms and bathroom, so if you struggle with stairs this may not be right for you but this is not a criticism merely an observation. I would happily stay here again (especially as they allow dogs!)
mary190928
April 2012
On arrival we were very disappointed at how dirty the cottage was. Every surface was covered in thick dust, including the floor. In the lounge the sofa under the window had broken springs and the other sofa was covered in a grubby, stained cover. There were no towels, tea towels or oven gloves left. The bedlinen was worn and had to be changed. Many of the light bulbs had gone and no replacement bulbs left. After bitterly complaining to the owner a cleaner was sent, but even then the property was only just passable in terms of cleanliness as many areas were still left uncleaned such as the venetian blinds, windows and the cobwebs hanging from the bathroom ceiling.
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