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Bousdale Old Stables is a self-catering holiday cottage on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. The holiday accommodation is particularly spacious and comfortable. It is a recent quality conversion of Victorian buildings at Bousdale Farm and, as its name suggests, used to house working horses.

The cottage rests in the backdrop of acres of arable land and forestry in the foothills of Roseberry Topping. Its elevated location lies between the village of Great Ayton (childhood home of Captain Cook) and the historic market town of Guisborough, amongst a myriad of footpaths and bridleways. It is one mile across the fields from the Cleveland Way and the Heritage Ride for horseback riding. Walkers, horse riders and mountain bikers are offered the rare chance to explore outstanding countryside literally from the doorstep.

There are many tourist attractions easily accessible by car for your ‘rest’ days. Families and their well-behaved pets are very welcome.

Gradings & Awards

  • Visit England Stars 5-11/01/2012 15:00:00
  • Families Welcome
  • 01/01/2012 00:00:00
  • Yes


Accept children (Minimum age), Children's videos/DVDs Available, Cot, Facilities for children, Highchair, On site parking, Garden/patio for guests use, Linen available free of charge, Farm, In countryside, Of historic, literary or architectural interest, Special provisions for cyclists, Special provisions for walkers


Bousdale Farm Pinchinthorpe Guisborough TS14 8HF


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