About Our Cottage
History and structure
The Granary at North Kilvington is a 19 century barn that has been converted into a private home and holiday cottage. The Granary was originally utilised for grain storage, before conversion into a holiday home in North Yorkshire. Original features have been preserved to capture the fabric and scale of the structure.
The Granary has been beautifully furnished and decorated to compliment the original features, using high quality Oak timbers and artisan Blacksmith fixtures,
Private parking and gardens with fruit trees and views across open land are provided for visitors comfort and enjoyment, (the sunsets can be spectacular) also visitors can use secure bike storage and clothing/boot drying locker.
Holiday Cottage visitors can easily access the nearby market towns around the Hambleton area, Inc Thirsk, Northallerton, Bedale, Leyburn, Ripon, Masham and Richmond. Each town has its own history and interests to explore, Castles , Cathedrals , Racecourses or visit York for a city experience.
We are located at the foot of the Hambleton hills, rich with amazing walking and cycling routes. The Cleveland way runs nearby and a network of footpaths across moorlands and forests beckon walkers. Mountain bikers can ride natural single tracks and forest trails including developed graded routes. Tough climbs and challenging descents are all around. Road riders can thread along quiet lanes through villages from Silton to Kilburn taking in some of the top hill climbs ridden during the Tour De France and Tour De Yorkshire routes. Try the 4 bank challenge at Sutton , Boltby, White Horse and Wass Banks.
The Granary provides WiFi , wide screen TV , DVD library , full kitchen facilities inc integrated dishwasher , fridge /freezer, microwave and a welcome pack. Full size double bed with quality bedding. The bathroom is equipped with quality fittings inc Mira shower , illuminated mirror and shaver point. A washing service is also available. There is a double sofa bed for flexible sleeping arrangements.
Sorry but no dogs are accepted at The Granary.