Yew Tree Cottage In Westow

Westow, Near York, North Yorkshire, Country village

Check-in Time: 15:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

There is a great cottage garden which can be accessed from the Family Room. With an upper and lower patio cobbled in London black granite, a safe lawn area, on sunny days you will get the sun nearly all day long. And it’s private so you won’t be disturbed. Family sized bbq and seating area to soak up the sun.

Downstairs Description

Yew Tree Cottage has three downstairs living spaces for you to enjoy. The state-of-the-art cottage kitchen is well equipped if you feel like eating at home.

The dining room is built for entertaining, and the Family Room has every comfort and decor to ensure you won’t want to go anywhere else. The kitchen is state of the art with six burner Rangemaster hob with convection and fan ovens, microwave, Belfast sink, solid oak worktops, American style fridge-freezer and dishwasher.

The Dining Room has a solid oak rectory dining table, in front of the open fire, carefully chosen decoration and under the low-beamed ceiling. With pictures and objects inspired by times gone by.

The family room offers you the chance to Kick back and relax in the leather sofas furnished with throws and cushions in front of the wood-burning stove..

There is also a downstairs toilet and washbasin, with a lobby for you to kick-off those muddy boots after a day in the country.

First Floor Description

Upstairs there are three bedrooms and a bathroom. Bedroom one is a very large room with superking bed, smartTV, and lots of storage space. Bedroom two is a double overlooking the fields of Westow. Bedroom three has twin beds which can be converted to a double. Beautiful family sized bathroom with claw foot bath, shower and toilet. Original oak beams all upstairs with the carpenter’s mark and there's plenty of space to relax.

Windows Views Description

From one side of the house there are views on to the enclosed garden and from the other side there is beautiful views across the open fields.

Other Notes

Mobile phone coverage can be quite thin on the ground, but telephone can be used in the property. Bring a torch if coming late as there are no street lights in the village - but at least you get to see the amazing stars!

Child Friendly: We welcome and accommodate for children of all ages
Tots Travel Bag: We ensure that you have all the child and baby friendly kit that you take for granted at home.This means you can travel light safe in the knowledge that you will have what you need when you get to Yew Tree Cottage.
Organic Options: We offer organic welcome hampers, and organic fruit and veg boxes from the local farmer
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Romantic Hideaway: The perfect place to spend some quality time with your partner and get away from it all for a peaceful and relaxing holiday or babymoon
Tourist Attractions:
  • Hogsmead Station: the Hogwarts railway station in the Harry Potter movie, and the fictitious town of Ashfordly which featured in the show ‘Heartbeat’ - both at Goathland. Lunch followed by a walk on the ancient Roman Road running across the moors. Visit website
  • York Minster: Is a must. The Minster is one of the great cathedrals of the world and a real thrill to explore the vast spaces, filled with music and revealing the human imagination at work on glass, stone, and other fabrics. Visit website
  • York Castle Museum: Is worth a visit and is one of Britain’s leading museums of everyday life. It shows how people used to live by displaying thousands of household objects and by recreating rooms, shops, streets - and even prison cells. Visit website
  • Yorkshire Museum: Which reopened on 1 August 2010 following a nine-month £2million refurbishment project. Five new galleries now showcase some of Britain’s finest archaeological treasures and many rare animals, birds and fossils, in exciting new displays. Visit website
  • Castle Howard And Arboretum: Castle Howard is a magnificent 18th-century residence set within 1,000 acres of breathtaking landscape in the Howardian Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Blacksmiths Arms: It boasts many charming features such as exposed beams, roaring log burners and original bread oven.The pub has recently gone through a full refurbishment with a modern twist whilst maintaining it’s country charm. Visit website
  • The Stone Trough Inn In Whitwell On The Hill: We have grown a reputation for delivering freshly cooked, locally sourced food, alongside a superb range of Yorkshire beers and ales, all delivered with a warm welcome. Visit website
  • Crown And Cushion Welburn: The Crown and Cushion specialises in bringing its guests high quality food, drink, service and surroundings; including a traditional bar, tap room and 3 separate dining areas. There is also a large outdoor terrace with stunning views Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Sainsbury’s: At Malton, so why not pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival. Visit website
  • The Balloon Tree Farmshop: A great day out for all the family... 'pick your own' in the summer, feed the animals, have fun in the children's play area, or simply relax in the landscaped cafe garden. We hope to see you soon. Open 7 days a week Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Malton And Norton Golf Club: Is set between the Yorkshire Wolds and the Howardian Hills and between York and Scarborough, with marvellous views of the North Yorkshire Moors. A challenging and rewarding golf course Visit website
  • How Stean Gorge Activity Centre: Offers professional high quality outdoor experiences onsite in this natural wonder and at other exciting locations in the Yorkshire Dales Visit website
  • Dalby Forest: Bike trails, hiking trails, adventure playgrounds, go ape, and more! Visit website