This 200-year-old, detached holiday cottage, adjacent to the owner’s home, is located in the idyllic valley of Newtondale, on a SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest).

The Cottage has some railway history in that it was used for stabling in the 1850s when the North York Moors Railway was horse drawn.

Footpaths, bridle paths and cycle tracks are available straight from setting foot out of the door and The North York Moors steam trains pass by the garden fence – an ideal viewpoint and photo opportunity for train spotters and steam enthusiasts alike.

Relax on the patio with a good book and listen to the faint trickling of water from the small stream which meanders along the boundaries of the cottage.

The cottage is set in a beautiful valley which is ideal for walkers, cyclists and birdwatching, not to mention everyone who loves to observe wildlife, rare flora and fauna in its natural surroundings.


On the open plan ground floor there is a well equipped kitchen with electric oven and hob, refrigerator and separate freezer, microwave, washing machine and free use of a tumble dryer on request.

The cottage has oil fired central heating throughout plus an electric fire in the spacious living room with free-sat TV and DVD player. French doors lead through to the large conservatory.

The conservatory overlooks lawns towards the stream and has double doors leading out onto the patio with table and chairs. Steam trains can be viewed from the conservatory and patio.

The mezzanine bedroom has a 5’ double bed and is accessed by an open staircase from the living room.

The bathroom includes a P-shaped bath with shower over and toiletries are provided for your stay.

The Hideaway looks out onto a lawned garden area with borders and the railway beyond.


For bookings, please phone Jan & Rod on

01751 476874

Sorry, we don’t offer short breaks. The Hideaway bookings are from Friday to Friday. No pets or smoking