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If you’re considering relocating to Yorkshire as a part of your own personal escape to the country, why not consider staying with us at Cliff House?  We are well located, situated in the Vale of Pickering between the North York Moors to the North, the Yorkshire Wolds to the South and the Yorkshire Coast to the East.  We would make a perfect base for viewing houses from, as well as  visiting schools.  We would be happy to share with you our own recent experiences having only recently relocated to North Yorkshire ourselves.

Staying at Cliff House Holiday Cottages allows you to work to your own timetable and gives you the freedom to explore in your own time.  With an on site swimming pool and a handy local pub (The Grapes) , unwinding after a busy day house viewing couldn’t be easier.  If you have already sold your house, and need somewhere to bridge the gap between moving out of your old home and moving in, again, we make a perfect relocation stop gap with our large gardens, play equipment and swimming pool.  Get in touch to see if we can do something for you.

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Photography Breaks at Cliff House

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Land of Iron

The Land of Iron Went for a walk in the "Land of Iron" - Rosedale in the North York Moors National Park. To look at it now you wouldn't think that it was once a thriving iron ore community, with the hill sides dotted with mines as well as the giant furnaces used for...