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The Barn at Rigg End

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About the Resort

The Barn at Rigg End offers a secluded rural getaway set amidst the wild beauty of the North York Moors National Park. With sweeping views of the scenic countryside surroundings, the location offers the perfect spot from which to explore the moors, with plenty of brilliant walking and cycling routes beginning right outside your door. It’s also a great home base for exploring the rest of Yorkshire, with the historic market town of Pickering within easy reach. Other towns nearby include Malton, Whitby, Helmsley and Scarborough, perfect for day trips or just picking up the essentials.

The property itself is a charming and unique cottage constructed from traditional Yorkshire stone. The accommodation’s 3 bedrooms are on the ground floor and each has French windows offering direct access to the garden, with its terraced area and BBQ. Upstairs is a spacious living room opening onto a balcony with comfortable outdoor furniture.

Beautiful views

This property takes full advantage of the beauty of the North York Moors. The upstairs balcony offers panoramic views of the countryside, and French windows in every bedroom ensure you’re fully immersed in your surroundings.

Modern amenities

Although the Barn at Rigg End is the perfect rural escape, it doesn’t lack for the modern conveniences you need, with broadband Wi-Fi, Freeview TV and a DVD player. Private parking is also provided.

Outdoor areas

You’ll want to take time here to drink in your surroundings, and there are two outdoor areas to enjoy. The private garden comes complete with a terrace with BBQ. Upstairs is a balcony with magnificent views.

Horse friendly

Have your own horse? Why should they miss out on the holiday fun? Behind this property is a private grazing field you can make use of for £5 per night, or £35 per week.

Near 4 towns

Despite its secluded location, this property is well situated for easy access to the towns of Malton, Whitby, Hemsley and Scarborough, with plenty of opportunities for day trips to some of the best Yorkshire has to offer.

Things to Try

North Yorkshire Moors Railway

What better way to take in the sights of the Yorkshire countryside than on an old-fashioned steam train? This heritage railway runs services on a 24-mile route through the moors. From the station at nearby Pickering, take a nostalgic trip all the way down to the seaside town of Whitby.

Flamingo Land

With a huge theme park and a menagerie of amazing animals, Flamingo Land has something for everyone. There’s rides to suit the whole family, from tiny toddlers to extreme thrill-seekers. And there’s all sorts of wildlife to see, including lions, rhinoceroses, sea lions, and many, many more.

Go Ape Dalby

Get active in the treetops with this high-up rope course in Dalby, known as the Great Yorkshire Forest for good reason. It’s fun for all ages with a range of treetop adventure assault courses. Or you can get down to ground level with a ride through the forests on the all-terrain Segway experience.

Pickering Castle

Learn all about the history of this magnificent 13th-century castle, based on the edge of the North York Moors in the popular market town of Pickering. The striking structure has been used for various purposes by a parade of medieval kings – explore its secrets and find out all about it.

Create Incredible Memories

For Food & Drink

Whitby has become well-known as a dining destination, with a growing ‘foodie’ scene. Visit the Star Inn The Harbour, from celebrity chef Andrew Pern, for delicious seafood and other classic Yorkshire produce. Or head to the Magpie Café, Whitby’s favourite fish and chip shop (though that’s not all they offer).

For Attractions

Pay a visit to the Museum of Victorian Science in Glaisdale, near Whitby, for an imaginative look at how science used to be done, with demonstrations of all sorts of strange gadgets. Or head to the National Railway Museum in York and immerse yourself in 300 years of railway history.

For Activities

The property’s location in the North York Moors means plenty of space for countryside pursuits. There’s countless walking routes, from the casual to the challenging, with a huge range of scenery to take in. Or why not bring along the bikes and seize the opportunity for some spectacular cycle rides?