A fantastic long weekend spent at the beautiful St Aidan's church.  We loved our time here and will definitely be back! The restoration is something to be proud of and the area so peaceful and tranquil.  Fantastic meal at the Star Inn in Harome - a recommendation for anyone. Thank you very much for allowing us to experience this beautiful place
November 2018

A lovely, quirky building just ideal and the first time away with our recently acquired 9 month old Weimaraner who really enjoyed her walks/runs and was fascinated by all the feathered friends next door. November 2018

Cottage is amazing inside and out, the old part tastefully decorated and extremely cosy.  The new part, kitchen well equipped and bathroom/wet room modern and clean. Had an excellent stay. Lovely breakfast at the Feathers, Helmsley.  Great trip round the moors, follow road left at the cottage and keep going. Visited Saltburn-on-Sea and Whitby for a paddle.  Lots of quaint villages including Hutton-le-Hole.
November 2018

From Cowhouse Bank

From Cowhouse Bank

What a wonderful place! History and currency in perfect balance. The incredibly meticulous and beautiful restoration combined with a masterful eye for the elegantly modern and convenient. We loved our time here, regularly coming back from excursions a bit early, just to enjoy it. Nothing redundant about this church - a great boost to our well-being.
October 2018

We loved the walks (and the shops) in Helmsley. We loved the Yorkshire Rarebit at Rievaux Abbey and the pastries from Cinnamon Twist in Helmsley. We had a very good meal at Gepetto's and a great pint by the fire at the Feathers. We loved the birds of prey.
October 2018

Fourth time at St Aidan's and a lovely week as usual.  Found a new walk at Cow Bank...beautiful views.  Good food at Gepettos and the Feathers. Helmsley is such a nice place with lots to do; can recommend the birds of prey.
September 2018

View from Cropton Forest overlooking Newtondale and steam railway credit: Tracey Phillips_NYMNP

View from Cropton Forest overlooking Newtondale and steam railway
credit: Tracey Phillips_NYMNP