Country Bed & Breakfast and Holiday Cottage in beautiful North Yorkshire

Chestnut Cottage B&B and Holiday Cottage


  • Internet access (wifi)
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Ironing facilities
  • Country cottage dining room for use by guests
  • Large Garden and Orchard with Summerhouse
  • Decked seating/picnic area
  • Secure facility for bicycles
  • Access from Orchard to public footpaths in Chafer Wood and bridleways/cycling paths to Dalby Forest

In Ebberston, you will find a cricket pitch, kid’s playground and many public footpaths leading through old meadows past streams and brooks. The village is superbly located on the southern edge of the North Yorks Moors, with the Vale of Pickering laid out below and is just 8 miles from the stunning Yorkshire coast and the seaside towns of Scarborough, Whitby and Robin Hood’s Bay.

The area is known for its high number of pre-history earthworks, and immediately behind the cottage, straight out of the top of the Orchard is a path leading through Chafer Wood to a memorial cairn dedicated to King Aelfred, who was slain in a nearby battle in 716AD. St Mary’s Church, in the centre of the village is of Norman origin with later medieval additions, amongst them a 14th century tower and built into the stonework is a carving of a broad sword, possibly depicting a Knight Templar or a Crusader’s sword!

Nearby Tourist Destinations, Attractions and Outdoor Activities

There are so many places to explore in this beautiful area with access to cycling and mountain biking from the doorstep of Chestnut Cottage. Horseriding, fishing, sailing and water sports are a short car journey away.

In Pickering there is the North York Moors Heritage Steam Railway and in Dalby Forest, a Go Ape and miles of trails for wheels, hoof or foot await you.

In easy reach is Whitby with the historic Abbey and the annual Goth festival and Scarborough and Robin’s Hood Bay complicate your choices some more!

For foodies, Malton is getting more and more established on the gourmet map – hosting an annual food festival and more recently a Gin Festival!

Further afield there is the historic city of York, two Michelin-starred restaurants (the Black Swan at Oldstead and the Star Inn at Harome), mediaeval castles at Pickering and Helmsley and the evocative ruins of Rievaulx Abbey. There is the location for Brideshead Revisited at Castle Howard, lavendar farms and for military and WWII enthusiasts, there is Eden Camp a Second World War-related museum near Malton.

Come and stay at Chestnut Cottage – we are sure you will never be short of exciting things to do!