Irishman's Cottage - Beautiful Escapes
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Irishman’s Cottage

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Irishman’s Cottage is one of a collection of four lovingly restored holiday barns set on an award winning eco friendly arable farm just 10 miles south of the historic City of York. Owners Brigita and Richard have created a sustainable model for the farm that extends to the holiday barns. The barns were sustainably restored using only renewable sources for all your energy needs, carbon neutral.

Oak beams and original dove nesting holes provide an interesting feature at the entrance to the barn, step inside and you are sure to be impressed by this thoughtfully designed and beautifully furnished cottage barn just for two. Featuring a handcrafted, country kitchen, sumptuous sofas, a log burner to keep you toasty on chilly nights and a luxuriously furnished bedroom with en-suite.

The rear patio garden with barbecue allows you to enjoy a glass of wine watching the sunsets, making this pretty barn the perfect beautiful escape for two.

The cottage is in a brilliant location for making the most of both the stunning countryside around the village and also to take in the culture, museums and shopping in the City of York during your stay.

The Long Barn is an entertaining barn onsite, which can be booked and set up for celebrations and events, a chef can be arranged for catering too. Contact us for more information about hiring the Long Barn.

Rated National Accessibility Scheme M3A by Visit England, the cottage has level access throughout.

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Irishman's Cottage is one of a collection of four beautiful barn conversions at this location available individually or they can be booked together for larger group gatherings, weddings and events.

PROPERTY DETAILS

Living Space

The living space has an open flow with wide doorways and plenty of space between furniture, making it accessible for all. Comfy sofas by the log burner are perfect for relaxing, while underfloor heating throughout the barn will keep you toasty on the chilliest of days.

Rated National Accessibility Scheme M3A by Visit England, the cottage has level access throughout and there are a number of mobility aids available for use if required, please ask for details.

Kitchen & Dining

The kitchen is beautifully crafted and well equipped with everything you need for cooking up tasty suppers and hearty breakfasts, the dining table is just across from the kitchen area so the cook can join in the conversation too.

Bedroom

The bedroom can be set up as a super king or twin beds with the added luxury of a John Lewis Yorkshire wool mattress you are sure to enjoy a good night’s sleep. Off the bedroom there is an accessible en-suite too.

Terrace

The pretty terrace is set with a table and chairs, the perfect spot for morning coffee or a sundowner!

Exploring

Kelfield lies in the Vale of York on the River Ouse between the villages of Riccall and Cawood in the District of Selby, North Yorkshire. It sits in a traditionally rural setting, surrounded by farmland , many of the residents can trace their roots in the village back several generations. There are still a number of working farms situated within the village and surrounding area.

Local Pub

The Castle Inn is just a 20 minute stroll along the River Ouse just opposite the barn, takes you to the village of Cawood and lovely 17th century pub.

York Maze

One of York’s most popular summer attractions, family fun at the maize maze.

Yorks medieval city walls

Enjoy a stroll along the walls, at 3.4 kilometres long, the beautifully preserved walls are the longest complete medieval town walls in England.

York Minster

Europe’s largest gothic cathedral.  Climb the 275 steps of the Central Tower for the best view of York.  Marvel at the most beautiful stained glass windows.

The Shambles

The Shambles has been voted the most picturesque street in Britain and is the oldest shopping street in Europe.

York Castle Museum

Good to know
  • Check in 4pm
  • Check out 10am
  • 1 x additional en-suite king bedroom available in an annex on site ‘The Sack Store’ at £70 per night. Contact us for more information on this room and to book it.
  • Patio garden with BBQ for al fresco dining
  • Log Stove (Complimentary Logs)
  • Yorkshire Breakfast Basket/Wine
  • Travel Cot, Baby Bath, Stairgate, Highchair (subject to availability)
  • Tassimo Coffee Machine & Cafetiere
  • 49″ SMART 4K UltraHD TV (Netflix/NowTV/Prime)/DVD
  • Large Bluetooth speaker
  • Superfast Wifi
  • Private chef and catering options available
  • Eco laundry available on site
  • Electric car charging available
  • Shared games room on site
  • Bus service from the barn to York and local areas

ROOM DETAILS

Super King Bed

Or

Twin beds

En-suite

Wet room

W.C.

Basin

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THE LOCAL AREA

Kelfield lies in the Vale of York on the River Ouse between the villages of Riccall and Cawood in the District of Selby, North Yorkshire. It sits in a traditionally rural setting, surrounded by farmland, many of the residents can trace their roots in the village back several generations. There are still a number of working farms situated within the village and surrounding area.

  • City of York 10 miles
  • Castle Howard 25 miles
  • Howardian Hills AONB 20 miles
  • North York Moors National Park 30 miles
  • North Yorkshire Coast 45 miles
  • Yorkshire Dales National Park 40 miles
  • Designer outlet 9 miles
 Airports/Railway
  • York mainline station, London 2 hours
  • Leeds Bradford Airport 37 miles
  • Manchester Airport 80 miles