THE ESSENTIALS AT A GLANCE
Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathroom 1
Children Welcome Sorry No Pets Inn/Food 1 mile DVD Player Wood Burner Decking Area
High Chair Travel Cot Stair gate LCD TV Garden Roadside Parking
Arriving in Moorsholm is like being transported to times gone by, the friendliness and peace welcomes everyone to enjoy their stay in Honeysuckle Cottage, unbelievably once the home to a family with 10 children!!! Walk up the garden path and you are immediately aware you have a quintessential english country cottage to enjoy at your leisure. Once through the front door and into the cosy beamed Lounge, the huge and ancient stone fireplace (discovered during renovation) will immediately take your gaze, and ready and waiting are the comfy sofas and wing back chairs to sink into and relax. The LCD TV and DVD player are there to enjoy as is the wood burner, a must to get crackling on those cold winter nights.
Open Plan to the Lounge is the Kitchen Diner with plenty of space to sit and sip chilled champagne under the flickering 'candle light' of the chandelier, while a meal is made in the well equipped area. A 'home from home', everything is provided - electric hob/oven, washer/dryer, microwave, fridge and freezer to make your stay as comfortable as possible.
Upstairs there are 2 bedrooms, a kingsize double and a twin room all tastefully decorated where you can relax in the extremely comfortable beds covered by Egyptian cotton sheets. In the bathroom you will find plenty to make your bathtime bubble! The bath has an over head shower and glass screen.
Hopefully you can catch some sunshine, either sitting on the cream bench on the patio for your breakfast cup of tea, or alternatively after a wonderful day of sightseeing, sip a chilled glass of wine in the evening on the decking - both are just absolute heaven!!
Moorsholm is a small village which appears in the Doomsday book of 1086. As with many local places the name is thought to be of Viking origin and simply stands for a ‘moors settlement’ the village has a long main street with farms and houses on either side.
Not surprisingly, Moorsholm has a close link to farming. It also benefited from the now absent ironstone mining boom over the last couple of centuries. Ironstone was extracted locally and then transported by rail and sea to blast furnaces across the North East. Today, and most importantly Moorsholm is home to our quaint holiday cottage – Honeysuckle Cottage.
Come and Stay You Won't Want to Leave.
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