Tir Na Nog is a period cottage located in a quiet rural village of Wistow only 3 miles from Selby Market Town. It is ideally suited for exploring North Yorkshire including York and Leeds cities. The Annexe has a shared front access with the cottage but other than that is totally private. York city centre is approximately 13 miles and 30 minutes by car.
“My boyfriend and I had a lovely stay at Carolyn's on the drive down from Edinburgh to London. There's loads of space and everything you would need, including breakfast items, milk and coffee. We'll definitely be staying again if we're in the area. Thanks!”
Self contained annex with off street parking set in a peaceful, rural location 100meters from a small nature reserve. Whether you need a good nights sleep or a base for a weekend or short break. This location offers many options for exploring the local attractions or walking and cycling being only only 5 miles from SELBY and 15 miles away from YORK The annex is a 5minute walk from the village of Hambleton where there are two local pubs one of which has an excellent all day menu.
“the little house that Susan rents is superb. the decoration is pretty and the cleanliness impeccable. there are all the objects that we may need And the place is quiet in the middle of nature in the middle of the horses. thanks to Susan who accompanied us to the selby station for our departure. I recommend without hesitation”
Bright & spacious double room with private ensuite bathroom in a central York townhouse. The city’s most fashionable area with cool bars, cafes & shops. Short pleasant stroll to all tourist attractions & rail station. Free on street parking. Full of character, easy going and safe with over 600 five star reviews!
“We really loved the space - the styling (the art!), the amenities, comfort, and the flexibility in arriving. Although we only had a brief interaction with Julia, she was incredibly welcoming and had basically thought of everything, including herbal teas. We’d really recommend a stay in Julia’s lovely home.”