The Wold Cottage is a Georgian country house, once Major Topham's counrty retreat, set in picturesque landscaped grounds within 300 acres of farmlands within The Yorkshire Wolds - the area that inspired some of David Hockney's paintings.
A full Yorkshire breakfast is served in the dining room, which overlooks the garden. A strong emphasis is placed on locally sourced ingredients, with many of the fruit and vegetables grown in the property’s own garden. Evening meals are also served by arrangement, with local beers and a selection of wines also on offer.
Free Wi-Fi is provided in each room at The Wold Cottage, as well as an en suite bathroom, a flat-screen TV and local chocolates.
North York Moors National Park can be reached within a 25-minute drive and has a wide variety of outdoor activities on offer, such as hiking, cycling and horse riding. The seaside resort of Bridlington can also be reached in 25 minutes by car.