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Mulgrave Cottage
North Yorkshire

YO22 5AN

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Located in a small moor side village, the cottage is across the common in the centre of the village built from stone which came from the church. The cottage is listed in the AA book of British Villages, a guide to the most interesting and attractive villages. Rugged walking country encircles Goathland, where sheep graze among the cottages of the scattered village greens, near by are several water falls with romantic names like Mallyan Spout Nelly Ayre and Water Ark Foss our rear garden has magnificent views way across the moors. The adjacent fields have sheep and their lambs up to our rear fence.

A short walk from Mulgrave Cottage through the village will bring you to the North Yorkshire Railway Station of Goathland, which has been seen many times on Heartbeat, and also featured in the Harry Potter films. A trip back in time on one of the steam trains is perhaps the easiest way to view the surronding countryside without being too strenuous. For the more outdoor friendly people there are miles of walks, The 'Rail Trail' and 'Mine Walks are two of the most popular walks, but for the more adventurous there are waterfalls, Neolithic sites, Roman roads and many other sites of intrest to be discovered, and of course I have to mention the fantastic views that just seem to surround you no matter where you go.

York, Middlesbrough, Whitby and Pickering are all just a short drive away if shopping is your preferred method of relaxation, as well as many ancient villages offering their own attractions are within easy driving distance.

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