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Chiltern Place

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Chiltern Place is a contemporary, luxury apartment set in the heart of Malton, the food capital of Yorkshire, the perfect escape for food lovers and for those looking to explore this beautiful part of North Yorkshire and recently named by The Guardian as one of the top 10 market towns for a weekend break

Located on the ground floor of this stunning development, a Grade II listed former merchants house, enter through the archway and step into a spacious and beautifully appointed apartment for two. Owner Diane, is an interior designer and you can see her attention to detail throughout, underfloor heating, soft linens, plush fabrics and carefully chosen furniture all make for a relaxing stay, the balcony off the bedroom is the perfect spot for morning coffee or a sundowner watching the world go by!

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Chiltern Place & Chiltern Penthouse

Chiltern Place & Chiltern Penthouse are two luxurious apartments located in the same building, they can be booked separately for 2 people or together for 4 people.

PROPERTY DETAILS

Living Space

The entrance hall leads to the open plan living space, which is light and spacious with comfy sofas, for relaxing and a smart T.V. The kitchen is open to the living space, well laid out and equipped with everything you need, perfect for chatting while brewing up the morning coffee.

Off the hallway is a handy utility room with washer/dryer and a cloakroom.

Balcony Suite

Soft carpet underfoot, with a natural colour palette of luxuriously soft linens and a dreamy bed, perfect for a restful night.

Exploring

Exploring

  • Castle Howard 6 miles
  • Howardian Hills AONB 3 miles
  • Pickering 8 miles
  • Scarborough 23 miles
  • Whitby 28 miles
  • Yorkshire Moors National Park 8 miles
 Restaurants & Pubs 
  • La Trattoria – great Italian, lovely cocktails and fab decor
  • Florios – another italian (also do takeaways) a firm favourite with locals and guests
  • The New Malton – really lovely food (my favourite) traditional food with a little bit of a twist, guest beers also feature
  • If it’s a sunny evening the terrace at The Talbot is fab for a drink and the food is lovely here too.  (The inside bar is very cosy)
  • Chinese, the best is the Queens Head at Amotherby, a short drive away – also do takeaway
  • Chapter 1 Bistro if you fancy a brilliant burger and chips

Cafes, breakfasts, brunches & coffee

  • Lutt and Turner at Yo Bake House, best Sunday breakfast ever
  • Malton Relish – you can see this from the balcony (not open on a Monday & Tuesday atm)
  • Chapter 1 Bistro
  • The Purple Carrot
  • Leonies – award winning coffee
  • Malton Patisserie
  • Roost

Local shops & Artisans

  • The Cosy Cottage Soap Company
  • Rusty Fox
  • Swallow and Sons
  • Smash
  • Hare and Wilde
  • Bowley & Jackson
  • The Gallery
  • Kemps
  • Plum
  • Talbot Food Court – from ice cream to gin
  • McMillan’s whiskey shop. ask about the secret bar, the Library

Workshops are often held at the following venues, check for details

  • Rarebird Gin
  • Malton Cookery School
  • The Gallery
  • Cosy Cottage Soap Company
Good to know

Check in 4 pm

Check out 10m

Designated private parking space

Secure lock up store for bikes etc., available by request

Sainsbury’s local 50 metres

Morrison’s Supermarket on the edge of the town

The apartment is near the agricultural market which takes place on Tuesdays and Fridays, some minor roads may be closed but this shouldn’t affect your stay

Washer/dryer

WiFi

Smart T.V.

ROOM DETAILS

Double bed

Balcony

En-suite

Walk in shower

W.C.

Vanity Basin

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THE LOCAL AREA

Malton is the quintessential Yorkshire market town, traditional in the best sense and yet, with its new foodie scene, chic boutiques & festivals it’s also very modern and up to date. Located on the north of the River Derwent on the historic boundary between the North and East Ridings of Yorkshire.

The town is known as a top foodie destination with its famous food festival, monthly food market, Malton Cookery School, traditional food shops and ‘Made in Malton’ artisan producers. It was Antonio Carluccio who first called the town, “Yorkshire’s Food Capital!”. It also has a large number of excellent independent shops.

As well as Malton’s traditional weekly market every Saturday, there’s an exciting range of food-related events in the town, including the Malton Monthly Food Market (second Saturday of each month) – with cooking demos and live music – an annual Malton Food Lovers’ Festival (in May) and even a cookery school where you can dine in style at the ‘Chef’s Table’. You get also go behind the scenes of the artisan producers on one of the very popular Malton Food Tours.

Relive the dramatic experiences of life during World War II, visit nearby Eden Camp, a former Prisoner-of-War Camp turned modern history museum, other areas to visit include the famous North Yorkshire Coast, Castle Howard in the Howardian Hills AONB, and of course the North York Moors.

Exploring

  • Castle Howard 6 miles
  • Howardian Hills AONB 3 miles
  • Pickering 8 miles
  • Scarborough 23 miles
  • Whitby 28 miles
  • City of York 26 miles
  • Yorkshire Moors National Park 8 miles

Airports/Railway

  • Malton Railway Station 0.5 miles
  • York Mainline Railway Station 26 miles
  • Leeds Bradford Airport 50 miles