One of the things that attracted us and our family to the Vale of Pickering was the small town of Malton, a lovely market town that like many places in the Vale of Pickering wouldn’t be out of place in the Cotswolds.  Malton, now famed for its good food, whether that it artisan producers or restaurants, had a very different story not that many years ago.  The Independent online has done a write up of Malton and the man behind it’s food revival – Tom Naylor-Leyland.  You can read more online – https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/malton-yorkshire-market-food-festival-talbot-hotel-a9100826.html

If you fancy coming up to sample the foodie delights of Malton, our self catering cottages are no more than 20 minutes away, why don’t you make a break of it and stay with us in one of our self catering cottages?  You can find out more by visiting here.

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A visit to Byland Abbey

A visit to Byland Abbey

Byland Abbey is one of the many monastic ruins that are short drive away from Cliff House Holiday Cottages. Founded by monks who had a tough start on their journey - left to found a new abbey, founded new abbey, ransacked by the Scots, returned to parent Abbey, not...

New Photography for The Coach House

New Photography for The Coach House

We had fun over the weekend taking new photographs of our Coach House self catering cottage.  We've added a few new things to the cottage and wanted to show them off... Prints of local scenes by the artist Ian Mitchell Our new bike rack - a useful addition to our...

Made in Ebberston

Made in Ebberston

Made in Ebberston Since moving to our home in Ebberston despite lockdown, we’ve been able to meet so many other people who call Ebberston home.  Many of those people are fantastic crafters and artisanal makers.  To celebrate Ebberston and its makers, we’ve created a...