Annabel's Abode

Annabel's Abode

A cosy self-catering, 2 bedroom (1 kingsize/1 twin) barn conversion.

Situated in Wressle village on our working arable farm. A few minutes drive from the beautiful market town of Howden (J37 M62). York (30 minute drive/20 mins to the nearest Park & Ride bus at McArthur Glen), Leeds, Beverley, Hull, Doncaster and Selby are all less than an hours drive away. Goole/Drax 20 mins. Bridlington is 1 hour away. Ideally situated for a family holiday, short break or if you are working in the area.

The space

Each cottage comprises an upstairs galleried bedroom with kingsize bed. Downstairs is a twin bedroom. There is an open plan kitchen/living area. TV and DVD players are provided. The downstairs bathroom has a bath and overhead shower. Patio doors open from the downstairs living area with stunning views across the farm. Each cottage has its own private garden with picnic table and washing line.

In front of the cottages there is a large grassed area. Perfect for children to run around or the grown-ups to play football! There is also plenty of tarmac for children to ride bikes/scooters. There are fishing lakes and golf courses close by. The beautiful market town Howden is just 10 minutes away. Heating is provided via our biomass boiler. Wi-Fi is included, towels, bedding and hairdryers are provided. A few basics to get you started are also included (washing up liquid, tea, coffee, washing machine powder).

Travel cot/highchair and children's indoor and outdoor toys are all available on request. 

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Amenities

  • Family/Kid Friendly
  • Wireless Internet
  • Washer
  • No Smoking
  • TV
  • Iron
  • Hair dryer
  • Private entrance

Sleeping Arrangments

Bedroom 1 - 1 Kingsize

Bedroom 2 - 2 Single beds/twin beds

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Lovely welcome gifts on arrival

Loved the peace and quiet of the location, the cottage was clean, comfortable with all modern facilities. Lovely welcome gifts on arrival. Host was very welcoming and helpful. Nothing too much trouble

Lynn

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