|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
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Treganhawke is a traditional three bedroom cottage located in a rural village. The cosy sitting room has an open fire and comfortable sofas, whilst the spacious conservatory which has views over Yearsley Forest makes an ideal playroom, a variety of toys and games are provided.The Kitchen is fully equipped with sharp knives and heavy pans, with table and chairs. There is a formal dining room comfortably seating 8. There is a downstairs loo. Upstairs there three light double bedrooms, one with queen size double bed and space for a cot, one with twin beds with memory foam mattresses and the third with twin beds and a bathroom with shower over bath. A cot and highchair are provided. There is ample parking for 3 cars.
Lucy and Anthony Glaister have small farm set deep into the Howardian Hills with some sheep, goats, pigs and sundry birds. Anthony is also a lawyer and mediator. Lucy is a therapist practicing Alexander Technique. They have three teenage children.
Lucy Glaister purchased this cottage in 2007
The well appointed house is well built and spacious with traditional features.
Its convenient for the local market towns of Easingwold, Helmsley, Malton and Thirsk.
Yeasley and the surrounding area are close to main services with York station being 30 minutes away. Its the highest village in the Howardian Hills. Its on the edge of the North York Moors National Park and 50 minutes drive form the beach of Whitby.
Dogs and cage animals are welcome and there are an many beautiful walks from the front door.
The Fairfax Arms with two rosettes also welcome dogs and is just two miles away.
This cottage was perfect for our family of 6 and two dogs.
It was presented in a very homely manner with all the essentials your own home would have (even down to dishwasher tablets and toilet roll) .
There was lots of space for the children to play and was very clean and suitable for all ages.
There is adiquite space for large family and also for travel cots and extra blow up beds if required.
We enjoyed the garden and the built in BBQ and had fabulous weather for it also.
Unfortunately we didn't Have the joy of using the open fire (as the weather was so nice) but it made the cottage even more beautiful.
The cottage was clean and presented well.
We had the joy of meeting the owners who were very polite and were quick on the mark. (Smoke alarm beeped so we contacted them) they were round within half hour to sort the problem so we could enjoy the rest of our holiday.
It is a beautiful cottage in a beautiful village and can't wait to go back.
We would definatly recommend this cottage and look forward to booking for next year.
Overall impressions were at 1st fine. It was, as described in a lovey rural village. After having major problems booking the cottage through internet connections via the cottage owners side we arrived. I was told the keys would be stored in a safe place however they weren't there. Eventually I realised they had left the doors open and thought keys would be inside. On entering there were no keys so we didn't venture out as i wasn't comfortable leaving everything unlocked. The owner eventually decided to turn up at 10:00pm and proceeded to try to tell me about walks in the area etc and had the cheek to ask me if i was taking it in whilst my 14 month old grandaughter cried. The owner then went on to quite rudely ask how old my 26 year old daughter was with her having a baby. Granted she does look younger not that it was any concern of hers. Before she left she also felt the need to ask me not to spill my drink which was carefully placed down by the side of the settee. I was furious.
The cottage its self was filthfy. The floors looked as though they had not seen a hoover for months and there was black hair every where. The bedrooms were covered as well as the bathroom and we had to hoover the sitting room immediately so my grandaughter could be put down. I know old buildings can have charm however this was just dirty. All the corners of the cream carpet where grey and thick of fluff/dust and the tv stand you could write your name in the dust.
The back garden could have been beautiful as it had a lovely big apple tree and pond in it however on our arrival the previous owner had not cleared up the dog waste so we didn't want to venture out in to it. I am a dog owner and was asked not to let my dog upstairs even though she doesn't molt however this rule is clearly not obeyed.
The settes were probably the most uncomfortable things that we have ever sat on, again they were all stained and had no support so when you sat on them the cushions folded into each other. The travel cot provided was not put up correctly so we had to dismantle it on arrival and on removing the sheet the mattress was badly stained so the entire weekend my grandaughter slept with her parents.
The owners did say that we need not worry about being up and out of the house by the 10am departure time however to be honest all we wanted to do was come home and have a bath. I will not be going back which is a shame because with some TLC and cleaning it would be beautiful
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2 night minimum stay
for 2 nights
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Arrivals after 4pm and vacation before 10am is appreciate. A deposit of 10% is payable on reservation with balance on arrival.
The changeover day is Saturday unless alternative arrangements are made such as long week end lets.