Built around 1855 The Old Forge was once the workplace of Blacksmith Robert Belt, who worked the busy village Forge alongside four other blacksmiths and two apprentices.
Today it offers bright and airy luxury holiday accommodation for up to 8 guests whilst retaining a sense of its history. With natural stone floors, exposed beamed ceilings and high-quality furnishings, this is a character property with a spacious modern interior.
Situated in The Great Wold Valley alongside The Gypsey Race and overlooking an area of outstanding natural beauty, the cottage is ideally situated as a base for visiting the Yorkshire Wolds, Scarborough, & The Yorkshire Coast, Pickering & the North Yorkshire Moors and the City of York. Explore the areas rich Heritage and visit Scampston Hall, Sledmere House, and Castle Howard all of which are nearby.
Still Yorkshire's best kept secret The Wolds are a range of low rolling hills which rise from the River Humber at Hessle and run in a crescent shape through stunning countryside to the dramatic cliffs at Flamborough Head and Bempton north of Bridlington.
The gentle hills make it an ideal area for both walking and cycling. The area is unspoilt and rich in history and there are many historic buildings and churches to visit. The chalk grassland of The Yorkshire Wolds is a rare habitat in Britain and is haven for wildlife.