Welcome to Red Rum Cottage, a uniquely converted 2 bedroom cottage located in the quaint village of Catterick. Red Rum Cottage is a home from home and has everything you need for short or long stays in the area. Situated just 3 minutes from Catterick Racecourse and a short drive to the Yorkshire Dales, this former stable is the perfect retreat for horse lovers, dog walkers and ramblers alike.
The property has ample free on-street parking, a fully equipped Kitchen, fast free WIFI and Netflix. The space Guests have exclusive access to the whole cottage with a fully equipped kitchen including Tassimo Coffee machine, fridge, freezer, washing machine and dishwasher.
The Living/Dining area boasts two leather sofas and a log burning stove providing the perfect evening ambiance to catch up on your favourite Netflix box sets on the Smart TV or scroll through your social media in comfort using the free fast WIFI.
There is a family bathroom with p-shaped bath to relax in after a day in the Dales. It also has an overhead shower for those in a rush.
The two bedrooms are both furnished with double beds and wardrobes with plenty of storage and hanging space.
The hidden gem of Red Rum Cottage is the secluded rear garden complete with seating area and bike storage for those exploring on two wheels. The garden offers the perfect place to unwind with a G&T and watch the sun go down.
Red Rum Cottage is situated 3 minute drive from Catterick Race Course, 12 minutes to Richmond Castle and 11 minutes to Kiplin Hall and Gardens.
There are a host of walking and cycle routes available provided in the welcome pack on arrival.
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Address: High Street, DL10 7LJ Catterick, United Kingdom
Size: 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom
Beds: 2 Double beds
Prices: 85 GBP - 130 GBP / Night
Catterick is a village, civil parish and electoral ward in the Richmondshire district of North Yorkshire, England. Historically part of the North Riding of Yorkshire, it is 8.5 miles (13.7 km) north-west of the county town of Northallerton just to the west of the River Swale. It lends its name to nearby Catterick Garrison and the nearby hamlet of Catterick Bridge, the home of Catterick Racecourse where the village Sunday market is held. It lies on the route of the old Roman road of Dere Street and is the site of the Roman fortification of Cataractonium.
The village lies along A6136 road to Richmond and is by-passed by the A1. The A1 bypass, which cost £1 million at the time, was opened in 1959 by Lord Chesham, the Joint Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Transport. The River Swale turns southward just to the north of the village at Catterick Bridge and flows to the east side of the Catterick. Brough Beck runs east through the village to join the River Swale. There are several bodies of water that are the result of quarrying. Within 2.5 miles (4.0 km) of Catterick are the villages of Brompton-on-Swale, Catterick Bridge, Colburn, Tunstall, East Appleton, Ellerton-on-Swale, Whitwell, Scorton and Uckerby.