|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Old cottage tastefully decorated & furnished to a high standard. Village location within easy access of local amenities and historic towns and villages in the surrounding area. Excellent restaurant in the village within a 2 minute walk across the green. The property has a good sized comfy lounge, narrow stairs leading up to the bedroom, the bedroom has ample fitted cupboards, and the en-suite has a shower over the bath, both rooms are a good size. The kitchen is well equipped with items needed, has a small seating area. To the rear of the property is a small court yard with table and chairs. Special offer for guests 25% off your food bill at the local Black Horse (subject to availability) tel 01430 423270.
Letting agent in East Yorkshire
Nicola Bean purchased this cottage in 2000
Lovely quiet location with easy access to motor way and surrounding cities. Great location if you like walking, Wolds away! Cycling, transpenine way! Not far from the market towns of South Cave, Market Weighton & Beverley, York is a 35 minute drive away, buses go to all locations from South Cave plus twice a week from outside the cottage.
Walking, cycling, horse riding. Visiting local attraction like the Deep in Hull, historic market towns like Beverley close by. York very close for a day trip. Leeds a short train ride or if driving 45minutes. Charming cottage just great to chill out in, fantastic in the winter as it is cosy with the wood burning stove on, plus cool in the summer thanks to the thick stone cottage walls.
Nicola was friendly and helpful, providing extra wood for the fire. The cottage is lovely and each room is tastefully decorated. The staircase isn't user friendly but you soon get used to it, just remain alert!
We visited Beverley, York, Bridlington and Crayke and had a lovely break.
This is a lovely little terraced house in a beautiful village. The furniture was of good quality. The sitting room was comfortable and the kitchen was very well appointed with everything one could require. There is plenty of hanging and shelf space in the bedroom. The bathroom is a decent size and has a bath and an in-bath shower. The only drawback is a very narrow and steep spiral staircase. I was fine with it but if anyone has a mobility problem they would have great difficulty getting upstairs and I have 1 friend who would not have managed the stairs and it would probably be a good idea to underline this fact. It is not possible to carry a suitcase upstairs in a normal way. You either have to push it ahead of you or drag it behind you.
Ellerker itself is a beautiful village. It is extremely well kept. The residents obviously take great pride in where they live.
The owner lives nearby and is very friendly and helpful. I would definitely go back
My husband and I loved this cottage set in a small and quiet village. It has a lovely feel to it, was bright and very clean and had just enough quirkiness to satisfy me. The furniture was comfortable and the kitchen well-equipped. We drank our morning coffee in a smallish door-yard that just captured the morning sun. Parking was no issue. The owner has thoughtfully supplied touring information and we made day trips to York, Whitby and Lincoln. The cottage is well situated for hiking and we did two, hiking the coastal path between Robin Hood Bay and a pub that, sadly, I can't remember the name of. We also hiked the trail from the the beautiful town of Helmsley to the even more beautiful ruins of 11th century Rievaulx Abbey. The owner was friendly, available but unobtrusive. We recommend this cottage highly.
The Hobbet Hole cottage is in a small community and opposite a farm so it's very quiet and relaxing.
TomTom used Howden Croft Hill and the cottage is just around the corner on the right.
We met Nicola a couple of times and she was friendly and genuinely interested in us, our stay, and our comfort.
It is mentioned in the description but worth emphasising that the stairs to the bedroom and bathroom as very steep, confined and twist through 180 degrees. Going-up is not so bad but coming down is more difficult. The addition of carpet on the treads means that it is easy to slip.
The kitchen is well appointed, including a dishwasher and there is a small courtyard off the kitchen for a couple to sit and enjoy.
Usable phone signals on both Vodafone and EE and the WiFi works well.
Overall this is a nice place to stay for a few days or so and would not hesitate to book again.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event Price|
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
* Approximate monthly price. Actual pricing will depend on the days of the month you stay.
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£35|
Booking Notes:50% Deposit required on booking the cottage. All balances must be paid in full within 6 weeks prior to the holiday or immediate payment for last minute breaks.
Changeover day would be a Friday but we are flexible. Guests would need to depart by 10.00am on the departure date.
Notes on prices:
Listed prices are per week, the price for a 3 night stay would be £155, 5 nights £195. Subject to weekly price's.
50% payable on booking, balance can to be paid 7 days prior to arrival.