Boroughbridge, Vale of York & Yorkshire Wolds(Ref. 1072244)

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This lovely mid-terrace cottage rests in Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire. Pet-friendly. Close to amenities. WiFi. Aldborough 1.2 miles; Ripon 7.5 miles; Harrogate 10.8 miles; York 18.1 miles.

A really lovely, well equipped cottage

The location is perfect to explore the area. Walking distance to the centre of the lovely small town of Boroughbridge. We would definitely stay here again.



Lying in the small North Yorkshire town of Boroughbridge is this mid-terrace cottage, Roecliffe, offering a fantastic touring base for visiting York and Harrogate. Accommodating up to four guests, Roecliffe is within a stone's throw of Boroughbridge's amenities, and enjoys all the home comforts for an excellent self-catered stay.

On entering the property, be greeted by the entrance hallway before heading into the homely sitting room, where two pink sofas offer inviting spots to relax, with a TV to entertain and a gas fire to add extra warmth in the winter months. The kitchen/diner is beyond here, home to a fitted kitchen equipped with several appliances and a dining table to gather around, while a utility area with further amenities adjoins this space including a washer/dryer. When the day comes to an end, head upstairs to find a lovely king-size bedroom to retreat to, with a bathroom on this floor too home to a bath with an overhead shower.

Continue up to the second floor to find the attic bedroom home to a double bed and resting beneath Velux windows. Enjoy a morning cup of tea in the front yard before you embark on your adventures, with the town of Boroughbridge home to a host of shops and pubs to browse and enjoy before and after your days out.

Head over to the spa town of Harrogate for a special trip to Bettys Café Tea Rooms for some afternoon tea, before exploring the town's many delights including the Mercer Art Gallery, Valley Gardens, The Stray and the Royal Pump Room Museum. Closer to home is Newby Hall & Gardens consisting of 25 acres of grounds home to a large Georgian house and a children's adventure playground.

A trip to the cathedral city of York is not to be missed, with the quaint cobbled streets like the historic Shambles lined with independent shops and eateries, as well as plenty of attractions; visit the JORVIK Viking Centre to get a taste of Viking life in the recreated village, see The York Dungeon and York Castle Museum for a look into the past, and admire the wonderful York Minster and Clifford's Tower. The Howardian Hills AONB is within easy reach, bursting with unspoilt countryside to roam on bike or foot, as well as the Nidderdale AONB offering some lovely walking areas too. Enjoy a wonderful escape to North Yorkshire at Roecliffe.




Roecliffe is a delightful mid-terrace cottage settled in Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire. This dog-friendly holiday home benefits from being within easy reach of the historic city of York, as well as the spa town of Harrogate, and Ripon. The interior has you all a family of four could need for a memorable self-catered stay, including a gas fire, a private courtyard, and on-street parking. Adventure awaits at Roecliffe.

What's on nearby?




Enjoy leisurely strolls around this wonderful wetland site, with otters frequently spotted! BENINGBROUGH HALL, GALLERY AND GARDENS.

Tour the esteemed eight acres of these beautifully arranged gardens, with den building, a cantilever swing and a wendy house available.


Embark on a scenic 170-mile bike ride starting in Morecombe, passing through two National Parks and AONB, before ending in Bridlington.


Take a stroll through the towns history where you will find a former battle site, ancient monuments and historic works of a blind roadmaker.


Explore the fascinating site of three large standing stones dating back to the Bronze Age, according to local legend the Devil would throw these at the neighbouring village when angry.


A charming building dating back to the 18th/19th-century, now displaying local goods some of which have been donated by the public.

Northern Aldborough Festival.

A popular annual event since 1994, here you can enjoy a variety of live music and the delights of The Shed offering lightbites and drinks.

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Guest Comments
A really lovely, well equipped cottage. The location is perfect to explore the area. Walking distance to the centre of the lovely small town of Boroughbridge. We would definitely stay here again.
Ms Owen-johnson
This is a lovely mid-terrace cottage in the small town of Boroughbridge, with great access to the East side of the Yorkshire Dales, the North York Moors and also the cities of Ripon and York
Mr Fruin
Really comfortable place to stay. Plenty of kitchen equipment, nice location only 2 mins walk from town centre. Cleaned every week during our 4 week stay - Nice.
Ms Ryder
Beds are now very confortable, thanks for changing it in the master's. Very flexible and accomodating host, very helpful. A dishwasher would be a big plus for those who stay for more than a weekend. Otherwise, perfect for a small family.
Mrs Pocz
We found Roecliffe cottage to be very clean and centrally situated for all the places we wished to visit such as Knaresborough, Ripon and York. Although the cottage is situated next to quite a busy road inside you could hear very little road noise. Boroughbridge village, a few minutes away, is very pleasant and has several bakers, coffee shops and butchers etc. It was however disappointing that the owners didn’t provide an information book promoting both Boroughbridge and wider Yorkshire! We arrived tired and hungry and shopped at a small Spar not realising there is a very large Morrisons just a few minutes away. Also, several neighbours (who were all very pleasant) appear to have different views on the dedicated parking for the cottage. We did park on the main road in the end but it felt safer to park in spaces behind the cottage and obviously more convenient to take cases and shopping in etc. We never did find the answer to the parking question! It would also have been useful to know about recycling. We did however find an excellent small tourist information office in Boroughbridge a few days before we left. They were very helpful regarding local walks and places of interest. In the cottage the kitchen was well equipped, but it would have been nice to have a toaster rather than having to use the electric grill. Positives though were the washing machine and separate dryer. If we had one major complaint about the cottage it would be the poor-quality mattress in the main bedroom. This has been mentioned in previous reviews, the mattress is clearly not fit for purpose in a cottage of this standard and price!!! All in all then a pleasant place to stay and once the mattress is sorted Roecliffe cottage will become a lovely holiday home.
Mr Haines
Lovely comfortable cottage. Agree with another review that the mattress on the king sized bed has seen better days. Also, a blind on the velux window in the double bedroom would be beneficial to block out the early morning light. Kitchen was well equipped. Loved the tunes from the washing machine!!
Mrs Dawes
The cottage had both pluses and minuses. From the kerbside it looks very pretty with a well stocked garden and small patio. The lounge is pleasant and the kitchen is well stocked. Some instructions for the microwave would have been useful as we could work out how to use it, being unlike any other that we’d come across. Except for the oven and freezer, everywhere was spotlessly clean apart from a few stains on the living room carpet and main bedroom. Upstairs was lovely - a great bathroom and nicely decorated bedrooms. Bedding and towels appeared to be brand new. The main problem we had was with the mattress on the king sized bed. It was very uncomfortable due to the springs which could be felt on the surface and ‘pinged’ every time one of us moved! My husband’s back suffered each morning as a result. The only other complaint was that the description implied that the courtyard to the rear of the property would be a pleasant place to sit. However it was merely a dull empty yard with a shed and wheelie bins. There also appeared to be a numbered parking space to the rear which was not mentioned. Having said that, we had no problems parking on the road. The cottage is very well located , about a 5 min walk from Boroughbridge’s pretty centre. There are also three pubs close by. We enjoyed our break and the area but would not choose that particular house again.
Mrs Wilson
Access to the cottage was difficult if not dangerous via stone steps with no handrail. The first bedroom was on the first floor the second on the second floor via steep stairs. If this had been highlighted we would have chosen somewhere else. The rear of property was a bit of an eyesore.
Mr Thompson


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