4 guests

2 bedrooms

2 beds

2 bathrooms

Grange Cottage

in Northallerton


(78 Reviews)

Located in the quaint village of Osmotherley in North Yorkshire, Grange Cottage is a two bedroom holiday home with plenty of charm. Traditional in style, this cosy cottage is perfect for family getaways and couples retreats. When booking the property, you’ll have full access which includes a living room, kitchen, two bedrooms, an en-suite bathroom, a separate shower room and a large shared garden with outdoor furniture. A dream staycation to recharge your batteries, you’ll soon forget the stresses of everyday life at Grange Cottage.

Trip Details

Property Highlight #1

Traditional Cosy Cottage

If you're looking for a getaway in the countryside, Grange Cottage has the ultimate cosy cottage feel. Traditional in style, you can expect exposed beams and a log burner.

Property Highlight #2

Free Parking

There is free on site parking for one vehicle at the rear of the property.

Property Highlight #3

Relaxing Retreat

Grange Cottage is located in the beautiful village of Osmotherley on the western edge of the North York Moors. Perfect for unwinding, it's the ideal spot for a relaxing retreat.

The Space
Grange Cottage has a welcoming and cosy living room. There is a traditional cottage feel with a comfy sofa, checked armchair and log burner making it perfect for unwinding with your loved ones.

The kitchen is located at the rear of the cottage. Fully equipped, you’ll have everything you could need to prepare meals during your stay. Outside you’ll find a large garden which is shared with the two properties next door to the cottage. There is outdoor furniture and a charcoal BBQ for you to use throughout your stay.

A shower room with a walk in shower, WC and basin is located on the ground floor.

Take the stairs up to the first floor and you’ll find two bedrooms. The master bedroom boasts a double bed and an en-suite bathroom with a bathtub, overhead shower, WC and basin. The second bedroom also features a double bed.

Host & Stay are committed to our owners that their homes are protected during guest bookings. For this reason, we require all our guests to transfer a Damage Deposit (refundable, subject to an administration charge) or, to purchase an Accidental Damage Waiver which will cover you for up to £500.00 of accidental damage during your stay.

Grange Cottage is located in the beautiful village of Osmotherley on the western edge of the North York Moors. Ideal for walking and hiking, the area is popular for the Cleveland Way National Trail and the Lyke Wake Walk.

If you’re looking to escape the rush of everyday life, Osmotherley will provide a relaxing place to stay. Enjoy tasty fish and chips or head to one of the three quintessential English country pubs which all serve food and traditional ale. There is also a shop in the village if you need any supplies during your stay. Close by, you can discover the 14th century ruins of the National Trust's Mount Grace Priory or challenge yourself to a walk to the peak of Roseberry topping.

The local market towns of Northallerton and Thirsk offer independent shops, weekly market stalls and plenty of places to enjoy a cup of tea and a slice of cake.

Getting Around
Grange Cottage is within walking distance of all that Osmotherley has to offer.

There is a bus stop in Osmotherley so you can easily travel around the area via bus. Hop on the 80 - 89 bus service which runs to Stokesley with stops in Northallerton, Carlton in Cleveland, Kirky, Great Broughton, Potto and Hutton Rudby.

The closest train station is located in Northallerton and can be reached in 15 minutes by car. There are routes to Liverpool Lime Street, Newcastle, Manchester and Edinburgh.

  • BBQ grill
  • Bathtub
  • Bed linens
  • Carbon monoxide detector
  • Cleaning Disinfection
  • Cookware
  • Crib
  • Dishes and silverware
  • Dryer
  • Enhanced cleaning practices
  • Essentials
  • Family/kid friendly
  • Fire extinguisher
  • First aid kit
  • Flat smooth pathway to front door
  • Free parking on premises
  • Garden or backyard
  • Hair dryer
  • Hangers
  • Heating
  • High touch surfaces disinfected
  • Hot water
  • Indoor fireplace
  • Iron
  • Kettle
  • Kitchen
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Pack ’n Play/travel crib
  • Path to entrance lit at night
  • Patio or balcony
  • Private entrance
  • Refrigerator
  • Smoke detector
  • Stove
  • Suitable for children (2-12 years)
  • Suitable for infants (under 2 years)
  • TV
  • Toaster
  • Towels provided
  • Village
  • Washer
  • Wireless Internet

Guests have access to the full cottage. The keys to the property are accessed via a secure key safe and full details will be provided shortly before your arrival date.

There is parking for one car at the rear of the property and further on-street parking is available.

Check-in: 16:00

Checkout: 10:00


From the guestbook


(78 Reviews)



n/a<br/><br/>Leaking iap, in kitchen needs new washers. <br/>Microwave, rusty inside door, dangerous. <br/>Did not use any other applances. <br/>Heating boiler, cuts in and noisy through the night and goes <br/>up to 29c very hot, when it has been set at 17c, may need a service ! <br/>Empty key box by back door, makes it confusing, remove.



Good location with bright bedrooms<br/><br/>The fact we found mouse droppings in the kitchen drawers on the first night. It took 48 hours to clean this up as host and stay didn’t have an access key to the property. We didn’t feel comfortable using utensils in the drawers as it wasn’t clear that they had been cleaned.<br/>There was a general lack of care of the property - clocks did not have batteries in them, soap dispensers were empty, the Wi-Fi code on the wall was out of date, the washing up liquid bottle was empty. The hot water was scalding. There was a surprise accidental damage payment that had to be paid that wasn’t made clear at the time of booking, only a week prior to the stay which then gives you no time to cancel if you do not wish to pay this - I felt this was disingenuous on behalf of the company. The key safe is difficult to find - if you arrive in the dark there is a steep set of stairs without railings which if an accidental hazard for an elderly person or a small child. The area at the top of the stairs leading to the bedrooms is tiny and I spent most of my time ensuring that my small child didn’t fall down the stairs. This should have been mentioned in the listing but wasn’t.





Location<br/><br/>Very cold on arrival hard to locate key safe



Excellent location in a beautiful village on the edge of North York Moors so access to an abundance of excellent walking opportunities. <br/>Cosy cottage with a lot of character. <br/>Some games and puzzles had been provided for entertainment. <br/>Kitchen had hob, oven, microwave, toaster and caffetiere amongst all standard crockery and kitchen utensils you would need to make meals during your stay. <br/>Not too relevant to us but 2 bathrooms both with showers (1 with shower/bath) in the house, which is definitely a bonus for groups of 4. <br/>Host and Stay were very responsive by email for our queries.<br/><br/>Echoing previous reviews it was hard to find the lock box for the keys (based on the instructions provided, I had not appreciated need to go around behind the property via the back street and down an unpaved path to enter via the kitchen) and it likely would have been harder still in the dark - think this could be remediable with some more specific details in the 'before you arrive' instructions. <br/>Might not suit people who are not confident with technology, as there is no paper instruction manual for the property (just an online one via a QR code). <br/>It is worth noting that there was no phone signal inside the property, only Wifi (so you would need to use e.g. Whatsapp to telephone someone). This might be just due to the beautiful rural location though! <br/>We did not find it easy to work out how to use one of the appliances in the kitchen; again we could not find any paper instruction manuals to help us, and the online instruction manual for the property did not have the details for these. <br/>Might be challenging for a group of 4 to stay in for a meal, as there was a breakfast bar with two stools but no dining table inside the kitchen or living room.



Great location, perfect for walking and trail running and good to use as a base for visiting across Teesside. Cosy, warm property, two bathrooms very useful.<br/><br/>The main bedroom bed was not comfy and creaked loudly with the slightest movement, we couldn’t use the other bedroom as we needed full access around both sides of the bed. The cottage was great but the bed was not and affected our quality of sleep, if we moved in the night the noise woke us up! This really needs attention. I recommend someone tests it out! The key safe is accessed down very steep steps at the back of the property in the dark this was tricky-could do with the light at the back being left on to help this.





Everything it’s perfect if we going back we will rent this house again. Recommend ?



Nice walks in the area.<br/><br/>1.A damage deposit of GBP 250 is required .This is not advertised at all until the booking is made.....<br/>2.It is very difficult to enter the cottage when arriving late to check in.It is actually challenging to find the key.<br/><br/>3.Bed mattresses in the big bedroom.



Cute little cottage in a beautiful friendly village.<br/>Fish and chips are fantastic!



Very clean, cosy and comfortable<br/><br/>There was a noise through the night. Presumably from the boiler which was in the main bedroom(en-suite)

Michael K., Phoenix, AZ United States


We informed Host and Stay the day we arrived the toilet down stairs was not working. We called them each day we were there to get resolution. They came to look at the toilet the next day in the afternoon and yet they did not fix the toilet. They made no attempt the remaining 2 days we were there. When we left 2 days later, the toilet had not been fixed.<br>Host and Stay has been non-responsive as to offering us a refund.



Lovely village location, everything needed was available<br/><br/>For one couple it was fine would have been difficult if two couples staying as one bathroom is downstairs



Small, quaint village. beautiful area. Lots of options to eat locally and walk. Friendly local shop for supplies and lovely snacks. Quite central for Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors.<br/><br/>It wasn't easy to find the key as it was around the back of the property and there were a total of 4 back doors to look around and try to find the keysafe. If the number of the property was at the back door , that would have helped.



Beautiful , clean , location, village is stunning



The location. The soft furnishings. It was very clean.<br/><br/>The downstairs toilet flush was broken. Lack of basic maintenance let it down, half the lights in the kitchen didn't work so dark at night. Tricky to get in on the 1st day.



Lovely cosy cottage in great village. Very well equipped. Very clean. Comfortable beds. Beautiful bathrooms<br/><br/>Some lightbulbs and electric clocks not working - good if had been checked and replaced as necessary. <br/>Tricky access to key box - if grass had been cut short would have improved it - torch advisable if arriving in the dark



Amazing location - we could walk out of the door and be on beautiful walking trails within minutes. Very cosy sitting room; nice wholesome decor.<br/><br/>Despite receiving thorough instructions, it was very hard to find the key box, particularly as we arrived in the dark - these instructions really need rewriting!



The cottage is right in the centre of the village with excellent access to all amenities and walks. Parking was good as described at the rear of the property with access via the shared rear garden. The keybox was easy to find on entry the property was nicely laid out with a really well stocked kitchen downstairs shower room and toilet, a cosy sitting room good TV with satellite channels upstairs was well laid out with two double beds and ensuite to the front bedroom. The views all ways were exquisite and the church bells rang 24 7. It is a lovely cottage and we throughly enjoyed our stay there. Host and stay were excellent and communication from them was spot on ?.<br/><br/>The weather but what the heck this is Yorkshire at it's finest bring your wellies and brollies.



Beautiful village. Whilst the cottage could sleep 4 people, it could not accommodate 4 people in the living area or dining area.<br/>Could do with updating/paint refresh and the kitchen could have done with a good clean. <br/>Hob and kettle were dirty.<br/>Better instructions are needed for the location of the key box. There was no space for us to park at the back due to other cars. To be honest I don't think we would have got our large people carrier through the gate.



Wonderful stay in Osmotherley ? lovely little cottage. Had everything we needed and was perfectly located in the heart of the village. The bed was super comfortable and we would definitely return! thank you ?

David A.


First impressions not good due to long grass and weeds against front wall and do<br>No freezer box in fridge. We weren’t expecting a freezer compartment as not listed. <br>Only one bedside lamp in main bedroom<br>Only comfortable seats for three people in sitting room. Not a problem for us two<br>Second bedroom inadequate for another couple no storage, again no problem for us.<br>Couldn’t use allocated parking due to steep steps to house having no handrail<br>QR info ok for us but many older people would be unable/reluctant to use<br> Hob didn’t look clean



Nice cottage in a pretty Yorkshire village. Good access to the North Yorkshire Moors.



Great place to stay & great value for money.<br/>Access instructions could be better, but we were warned in previous comments, so not a problem and we arrived in daylight. A house number & name on the back DEFINATELY a good idea.<br/>Switches for towel rails could be labelled and included in instructions.<br/>Heating and hot water seemed to be a little iffy, but OK for our stay.<br/>Could be a bit tight for 2 couples.<br/>There is a friendly dog (and neighbour) next door, but we didn't have any problem with mess on the shared garden.<br/>Overall, a bit old and tired, but great location and value for money. I would definatly revisit if I was in the area again.



Wonderful little cottage. <br/><br/>It would be useful if the description of the key box location from the front of the house was more detailed - e.g. use the pathway 3 houses to the right that looks private, and it's a shared garden with a friendly dog likely going to run up to you.



clean and location and well equipped<br/><br/>Hot water not always available



Number on the back door <br/>Difficult to find lock box for key

Verified traveler


Booked at very short notice due to a late change in plan for a family event. Great location and lovely place to stay and was in spotless condition despite the short notice. <br>Parking a little tight for a large car but no problem really - and the car park is easy enough to find if have a quick look on google maps beforehand. Parking in Osmotherley is hard to come by so the space available is very handy.



The location in the centre of Osmotherley was great.<br/><br/>I received a late call to say property wouldn’t be ready until a later time. Compensation offered.<br/><br/>The access instructions were very poor! and notes in comments book showed the agency have ignored this feedback repeatedly. Property accessed by back door - as a terrace house the back door can be accessed by a different road and you had to guess which house to try. The key box was really hard to find in the dark. it wasn’t the one right next to back door and agency took over 30mins to call back to assist. <br/><br/>The rear steps down to property were really dangerous in dark/ wet conditions with no light. Not suitable for anyone with any mobility issues.<br/><br/>I also didn’t like the surprise compulsory extra charge for damage insurance. This should have been declared up front or there to be the option to cancel your booking at the time of the additional charge.<br/><br/>Host and Stay appear to be really keen on automated messages. Definitely too many!!!! I received c6 messages for a 3 day trip. One with clearer instructions to access / leave would be enough.<br/><br/>The photos were definitely nicer than reality



Great location for walking or seeing the local area. Within the property you have all appliances you'd expect, the cottage has a lovely homely feel. Up stairs the bedrooms are nice and bright, with comfy bedding.



Booked for a work base, great accommodation and host. Will definitely stay again if available.



Great location for the shops and pubs of Osmotherly<br/><br/>The key safe is difficult to find and its location means you have either to enter through the rear of the house (via the wet grass!) or have to go back round the front. If you go through the rear of the house the light switches are in odd locations which are difficult to find in the dark. Instructions help but don't stop the inconvenience.



We were looking forward to spending Christmas in Osmotherley where my family live. To ease pressure on my sister's house, we rented Grange Cottage for my immediate family of four. There was no hot water for the entirity of our stay. The agency did their best to solve the problem but a part was needed so that was obviously not going to be available over a holiday period.The cottage was poorly presented - very shabby and dusty with stained crockery and cushions. The sitting room had inadequate seating for four people. Virtually no fuel was provided with the woodburner. No effort had been made to welcome us at Christmas - no milk, no bread no decorations. To reach to cottage key box we had to stumble in the dark across a garden covered in dog mess and then down a set of slippery steps with no hand rail. All in all a really terrible experience which really spoiled our Christmas this year. Osmotherley is a beautiful village but this cottage was the very opposite.



This is a great cottage in a fantastic location in Osmotherley. We found it cosy and clean.<br/>Luckily we read other reviews with detailed instructions of how to access the property from the back in order to find the key pad, but it wasn’t clear which was the correct house when accessing in the dark through the back garden (a house number at the back would have helped). <br/>Also, before being given the keypad code we had to pay extra damage waiver fees which were not advertised on the listing.







Lovely snug cottage in the centre of the beautiful village of Osmotherley. Ideal base for Cleveland Way, Moors, Thirsk, Northallerton, Helmsley and the N Yorks coast. Property was clean and well equipped. Private parking space at rear was appreciated as the village gets busy at weekends. Golden Lion pub was excellent. 2 other pubs and a fish & chip shop in the village as well as a small stores. Supermarkets etc in Northallerton - 7 miles away. Easy access to A19 for links North & South. Communication with the managing agency was very good.<br/><br/>Ideal for couples. A relative joined us for 2 nights which worked fine. However we felt it would have seemed cramped with 4 adults, particularly at mealtimes. Second bedroom is quite small. A freezer or freezer compartment in the fridge would have been useful.



The cottage was nice and clean in a lovely village with an amazing cafe. The checking in was very stressful as we arrived in the dark and quite late so there was no one to ask. Wouldn't recommend this property if you are arriving in the evening.



Location chosen as close to friend’s local property.<br/><br/>One toilet did not flush. Some lights did not work.



Lovely village location, clean and cosy cottage



Lovely little cottage, great location, all the amenities you need for a short stay, and some beautiful walks nearby.



A great location and has all the amenities you could need. Perfect for us as a couple with a baby, though I think you'd struggle if you were 4 adults staying there! We enjoyed our stay and would come back again, thank you!



I'm afraid the photos on here make the cottage look much bigger, brighter and generally nicer than the reality. The decor was old and tired. The carpets very old and worn. <br/>The matresses on the beds were extremely old and saggy, partially saved by mattress toppers but still not a very comfortable night's sleep. <br/>I would say value for money was not very good at all. A lot of room for improvement.<br/>The positives were the beautiful garden (although be aware this is shared with someone else including a dog) and the lovely location of Osmotherley. <br/>Some other small issues were a drippy tap in the kitchen that is difficult to turn off fully and a shower upstairs with a stand that only has one very awkwardly angled setting.



Lovely village location. The house was adequate, one of the bedrooms had an ensuite bathroom the other smaller one had the use of the downstairs bathroom. The stairs were rather steep so care should be taken.<br/><br/>Unfortunately the house was not cleaned properly. The toilet and fridge were dirty and the crockery and utensils had to be washed before use. <br/><br/>The instructions for gaining access to the propety were inadequate (entry is by the rear door). Fortunately the neighbour helped us and he apparentely often had to do so.



A lovely cosy cottage, very well equipped with everything you could possibly need for a holiday. Location is great and there’s lots to do in the local area.



nice and comfortable



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Lovely, clean cottage- perfect for a few nights away and in lovely surroundings.



disappointed as it didn’t have a freezer just a fridge



Enjoyable stay in this beautiful cottage, perfect to explore the national parks.<br/>Steep stairs to the bedrooms, so not suitable for people who have difficulty with climbing stairs. <br/>Well equipped kitchen and very clean all over.<br/>The key safe is at the back of the cottage, access via a road round the corner via Back Lane.



We just had a great weekend staying at the Grange cottage in Osmotherly. It is a cute little cottage . We were very comfortable and it worked well for us. We wanted to do lots of walking eating and resting together. The walks nearby are beautiful, the tea shop and the fish shop were perfect for our needs and Mount Grace was very interesting when we needed a more afternoon. Northallerton has a great selection of shops and a market in the Main Street. Everyone we met was friendly. Our village at home has a lot less amenities it was lovely to stay here. Best of all was my companions. <br/><br/>Communication with Host and Stay was good. The property was how we expected.There is an extra form which is optional. I chose to opt out. Just ask and Host and Stay will keep you informed.



Nice cottage in a fantastic location, in the centre of town with three pubs with great food and beer only a short stumble away. The local shop is small, but we’ll stocked by a friendly woman. The cottage is bedded for four people, but there is no real space for four people to sit down for a meal. Steep stairs are challenging and may be of concern to those with small children. The kitchen is tight, but well equipped with a modern washer/dryer and a lot of utensils. Great parking space at the back, nice and big shared garden with friendly neighbours and a dog (the dog may come and greet you if he’s in the garden when you arrive). The neighbours even gave our kids some toys to play with when we were in the garden. Tall people, watch your heads, the doors inside have only about 1.8 m headroom. And finally, the key box is at the _back_ of the house, not the front.



A cosy cottage in a lovely village. Fine for two or three people but possibly too small for four. Steep staircase and steps from the garden so difficult for anyone with mobility problems. Very clean and tidy and the tea, coffee and milk when we got there was most welcome.



The cottage is very cosy with comfy beds. Ideally situated in a quaint village with 3 lovely pubs close by. Also great location for exploring the Yorkshire Dales and North Yorkshire Moors.



Fantastic place. Really good communication with host and the property is perfectly located in the village centre. Would 100% go again.



The cottage is very quaint and in a lovely picturesque village with some great village pubs and lovely walks. Very convenient for travelling to moors, seaside and city destinations. Good use of the space available. Good parking facilities and large garden - though shared with neighbouring properties.<br/><br/>I chose the cottage because it 'Sleeps 4'. One bedroom was a good size with an en suite bathroom. One bedroom was very small, the double bed taking up most of the room, though with hooks, pegs and a small storage unit. It would have been ok for a family of 4 with older children using the smaller room, but we were 2 couples. There were only 3 easy chairs in the lounge and while we did spend most of our time out and about it would have been nice to have the fourth chair so that we could all sit down comfortably.



La localisation du cottage est idéale. Le cottage est très cosy et agréable à vivre. Nous y retournerons avec plaisir.



We had a lovely stay in Osmotherly, wonderful location for exploring the Moors. The info provided by host and stay was excellent in helping us find the accomodation and parking spot. The accomodation was clean an tidy when we arrived. The kitchen area is smaller than it appears on the photos but the kitchen is well kitted out.



The cottage gave us exactly what we were looking for and that was somewhere cosy and quiet to relax and unwind. <br/>We tested all 3 pubs and the cafe and managed an 8 mile walk across black Hambleton which was excellent and provided outstanding views over to the pennines and Yorkshire dales.<br/>we would definitely recommend this cottage to anyone else looking for the same.



Lovely cottage in a fantastic location near to cafe, great chippy and 3 great pubs. Comfy beds.



Location. Comfortable beds. Well equipped kitchen. Tea, coffee, sugar, milk, salt and pepper, washing up liquid, tea towel all supplied.<br/><br/>Another armchair would have been good. Need to make it clear logs are not provided for wood burner.



Osmotherley is a lovely village and the cottage is right in the middle of it so very handy for the shop, cafe and pubs. The kitchen was well equipped and it was great to have a washing machine.<br/><br/>It was dark when we arrived and there was no outside lighting on, so hard to see where the key safe was or how to unlock the door. The back door lock was very temperamental and we were not always able to lock it.



Visited the area for a wedding, was pleasantly surprised with this place. Nice quiet location, with good parking and amenities. Lovely serene views, great for those who like to hike or go on walks.



This is a lovely, quaint cottage in a peaceful, picture postcard Yorkshire village. A perfect location.<br/>The cottage is well stocked with everything that is needed for a short stay. I will happily stay again.<br/><br/>There are a few minor things that I think are worth knowing, but are part of the character & charm of an old cottage<br/>1. the route from the parking area to the cottage involves walking across grass, which over Christmas was a bit muddy and slippy. To be honest I tried to park on the street and use the front door to avoid this, or even walking the long way round to the front door. Though this wasn't an option when checking in and out.<br/>2. the back street and entrance to the car park is very tight. I'm sure that for normal, family sized cars it is fine, but I was in an large Audi and it took several manoeuvers to get through the tight gate<br/>3. the main bedroom was slightly cooler than the rest of the house. It was not a big problem but noticeable for the 1 night when the temperature dropped below freezing.<br/>4. I was initially requested to complete additional Id verification using Superhog, who wanted a copy of my drivers licence / passport. I didn't feel comfortable with this



Osmotherly is a lovely village<br/><br/>Entry to the property was hard to find and extremely unsafe in the dark, as I arrived after 3pm as was not allowed to check in early to get to the back of the property you have to cross a garden with no signage and in the complete blackness, then there are very steep concreted steps which have no rail and because there are not lights at the back of the property, i found them very dangerous and scary, then you have to find the lock box and then try to open it in the complete blackness, I found the whole getting into the property a scary ordeal, I tried to ring the number at least 4 or 5 times but just kept getting cutting off 5 mins into the conversation and I had no follow up to check if I was ok

John Ross


Lovely cottage and location, bit dated and slightly clearer check in direction required. But nice overall stay, thankyou.



Lovely location, we love The Golden Lion and the local shop. It's a perfect bolt hole for walkers. Not right if you're looking for something luxury as it needs updating but had a good stay.



Well stocked kitchen ,cottage with character in a beautiful area<br/><br/>The main radiators were turned off on arrival making it cold plus no logs were left for the log burner



Cottage was lovely and clean and all essentials were available in the cottage for our arrival, including milk. Bedding and towels were of a high standard, and some toiletries were available in the shower room and en suite. Close to local pubs and store. Instructions to gain access to the cottage were clear and it was really homely and we made use of the log burner. Really close to Northallerton, Thirsk and Helmsley which we visited. Would recommend cottage.<br/><br/>2nd bedroom a bit small, just fit double bed in which didn't have access to walk around. Photos were taken of the rear of the property which were exact, but the front of the property looked a bit scruffy which did not reflect how nice it was inside



Very clean and comfortable cottage in a beautiful location. Ideal for our stay. Not so ideal for anyone with balance or mobility issues (steep stairs immediately outside the bedrooms), but absolutely fine for us.<br/><br/>Lack of freezer is the only thing I can think of (so, no frozen veggie sausages or ice for us), but that isn't exactly the end of the world!



If your 5ft11 or over, watch your head throughout the cottage! :)



Had a lovely stay at Grange Cottage. A great home away from home for the week. The cottage is very quaint, cosy and clean and is in a wonderful location surrounded by many beautiful walks. The Stay team were brilliant and were very helpful and responsive throughout the stay. I highly recommend staying at Grange Cottage!



Excellent location; generally well-equipped. Clean. 2/3 pubs very nearby. Friendly locals.<br/><br/>Very steep back stairs from the garden - no handrail. One double bedroom very small. Stairs are steep and desperately needs a child-gate at the top to prevent accidents. Doors very difficult to open and close (due to new carpets). Getting BBC 1+ 2 a nightmare (nearby transmitter fire-damaged perhaps?) Rather expensive for what it was. Flies! (Needs insectisides). <br/> <br/>Would return to the village but not that cottage (NB 2 fairly elderly married couples were staying). Not really for the elderly; better suited for 3 youngish people.



A beautiful cosy cottage in a peaceful location. Great timely communication and clear check in/out instructions.



This is a delightful cottage - very quiet and in a very beautiful village.



Well equipped cottage in a gorgeous village. Fine for 2 adults and 2 children but would be quite small for 4 adults. Lots to do in the area and the Golden Lion pub did great food. Good communication but felt it was over priced for what it was.



Just had a lovely 4 night stay in Grange Cottage. We were so lucky to be able to book a last minute break in such a fab location with plenty to do in the local and surrounding areas. <br/><br/>The cottage has everything you would need for a short or long stay. <br/><br/>Thanks again :)



Really great location in Osmotherly and amazing communication from the host but note that the living room feels smaller than the photos show (there was 3 of us and the living room felt cramped).

Home Truths

Grange Cottage has a garden for you to enjoy during your stay but please note this is also shared with the neighbouring properties.

Whilst the cottage boasts a free parking space, this is located at the rear of the cottage and can be quite difficult to find so we recommend carefully following the instructions we send prior to arrival. If you're travelling with more than one vehicle, there is additional free on street parking on a first come, first served basis.

Due to the nature of the cottage, the stairs are quite steep so we ask that all guests take extra care when using the stairs.


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