18th Century Cottage in rural village

18th Century Cottage in rural village



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Jan 2019

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Virginia Cottage,parts of which were built in the 18th century is situated in the lovely village of Lund, East Yorkshire. Tastefully decorated with two receptions both with log burners and televisions. 2 double bedrooms and 1 bedroom with bunk beds. Bathroom includes separate bath and shower cubicle, toilet and wash hand basin. Down stairs utility room with toilet, wash hand basin and washer dryer. Kitchen is open plan with all amenities including a breakfast bar.
Walled rear garden with log cabin, divan bed, which pulls out to a double bed. A chicken coop with two chickens,if you fancy fresh eggs !


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More about us

  1. We’re a couple with two grown up daughters and four grandchildren

  2. Ken is retired, Julie still works part time as a family mediator. This is our home ,we moved here four year ago, so the house has had a complete renovation. It is comfortable and sunny.

  3. We love walking in the country side , reading and dining out

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Where is it?


Lund is tucked away in a rural location, in East Yorkshire. Lund is also in the Doomsday Book, if your a history buff! The village boasts the All Saints Church, dating back to the Norman Period. A short drive to Historic York, ( A walled City ) The Yorvick Center, Castle Howard, Harrogate a spa town , famous from Victorian times , market towns of Beverley (and Beverly races) , Pocklington and Driffield. A short drive to the Battle Fields of The War of the Roses at Towton 1461 AD ..Also Hull which hosted the City of Culture with its many museums, marina and art gallery.
Lund is 17 miles from from the coast.Many enjoyable walks around The Yorkshire Wolds a short distance away., Millington Pastures /ancient woodlands - roads dating back to Roman times. One hours drive to the North Yorkshire Moors, Scarborough, Whitby / Sands End and the famous Robin Hoods Bay , with its quaint restaurants, fishing etc . Visit the Bridestones on the North Yorkshire Moors / The hole of Hockum / walk on the Roman Roads.
You will not be short of things to do, but we recommend a hiring a car.

Buzzy restaurants
The Wellington Inn in Lund. The Pipe and Glass,( Michelin Star ) South Dalton - both highly recommended .
Cool bars
Beverley, 7 miles away -York
Cozy cafés
Beverley / York / Pocklington/ Millington/ Sewery Hall.
Retail therapy
York and Leeds/ Hull / York design centre
Bit of culture
Hull, Beverley, York, Leeds, Harrogate.East coast resorts. Many theatres and cinemas in the area.
Walks in the park
Plenty of walking in East Yorkshire, ordinance maps available. Walk the Wolds Way. Ancient walkways all around the Ridings of Yorkshire
Spot of exercise
Beverley leisure centre. Many golf courses.Horse riding. Surfing at Hunmanby Gap - kayaking on the coastal areas.
Day tripping
York, Leeds, Hull, Castle Howard, East Coast only 17 miles to Bridlington, plus Scarborough and Whitby.The Deep in Hull / William Wiberforce and Street Museum in Hull .

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