Cottages
For Couples

A SPECIAL PLACE

The towns and villages surrounding Apple Tree Cottages provide guests with an abundance of wonderful places to enjoy a delicious meal, sample local produce or order a takeaway after a long day of sightseeing.

Pubs – There are several pubs in the vicinity serving excellent pub grub with the closest being the Brick Layers Arms in Laxton, less than two miles away.

Cafés – Wonderful cafés abound in any Yorkshire town and some of our favourites are just a short drive away in historic Howden. The Kitchen in Howden is a local delight with a deli full of fresh produce and a popular tearoom serving amazing cakes.

Wine – Flourish & Prosper is an award-winning specialist wine merchant and delicatessen which becomes a pop-up wine bar in the evening from Wednesday to Saturday.

Fine Dining – The area is developing a reputation as a fine dining destination.

  • The Pipe and Glass in South Dalton is a “Michelin star must do” with a range of dining experiences available.
  • The Wellington at Lund offers a relaxed mixture of excellent food, comfortable interiors, great beers and wines in a stunning location on the edge of the beautiful Yorkshire Wolds.

With each cottage boasting a well-equipped kitchen you might choose to bring some ingredients home to make a romantic meal, or if you prefer a takeaway you have the choice of Indian, Chinese or Italian in nearby Howden.

River Cottage

Details

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 Shower rooms
  • Free Wifi
  • Log burner
  • Pet friendly
  • Smart TV
  • Superking bed
  • Twin beds

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Yew Tree Cottage

Details

  • 1 bedroom
  • Bathroom
  • Free Wifi
  • Log burner
  • Pet friendly
  • Smart TV
  • Sofa bed
  • Superking bed

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Orchard Cottage

Details

  • 2 bedrooms
  • Bath
  • Free Wifi
  • Log burner
  • Pet friendly
  • Shower room
  • Smart TV
  • Superking bed
  • Twin beds

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Country

walks

EXPERIENCE RURAL LIFE

The breath-taking Holderness coast, the North York Moors, the Yorkshire Wolds and the Yorkshire Dales National Park are all within easy reach of Apple Tree Cottages. North East Yorkshire welcomes walkers, offering diverse trails and superb views, an outstanding combination of coast, countryside, woodland, riverside, enchanting villages, historic monuments and geological marvels. Many different routes of varied distances, some well-known and others off the beaten track, make this one of the best regions for walkers in the entire country.

Visit

Beverley


The cobbled streets and courtyards of this historic town are home to quirky cafes and highly rated restaurants and pubs. Some of Britain’s best flat racing takes place at the famous racecourse and the town is also well known for its ancient Minster and Georgian streets. Easily reached from Apple Tree Cottages, a visit wouldn’t be complete without a stroll on the Westwood, where sheep and cattle roam free, grazing on pasture in the summer. www.visithullandeastyorkshire.com

What’s

on

Situated close to the traditional town of Howden, there is easy access to many different places in Yorkshire via road or rail. There are plenty of tourist attractions and beautiful places for visitors to enjoy, from the East Yorkshire coastline to the Yorkshire Dales, all within an hour.

Howden itself has many different restaurants and bars for visitors to enjoy, as well as small independent shops selling unique and individual products for those special gifts for you or your loved ones. If you are planning your wedding, and haven’t yet found the perfect dress, we recommend you make an appointment at Chloë Jane Bridalwear in Howden; a leading stockist of luxury bridal gowns including internationally acclaimed designers and couture pieces.

A point of interest is the Howdenshire Hall live music venue that has many activities for those who like to partake in the arts. We are just 5 miles from the larger town of Goole, where there are high street shops, three supermarkets, a leisure centre and the Junction which is a theatre/cinema showing both local and mainstream productions.

Where to

eat

The towns and villages surrounding Apple Tree Cottages provide guests with an abundance of wonderful places to enjoy a delicious meal, sample local produce or order a takeaway after a long day of sightseeing. There are several pubs in the vicinity serving excellent pub grub with the closest being the Brick Layers Arms in Laxton, less than two miles away. Wonderful cafés abound in any Yorkshire town and some of our favourites are just a short drive away in historic Howden. The Kitchen in Howden is a local delight with a deli full of fresh produce and a popular tearoom serving amazing cakes. Alternatively you might try Flourish & Prosper, an award winning specialist wine merchant and delicatessen which becomes a pop-up wine bar in the evening from Wednesday to Saturday.

The area is developing a reputation as a fine dining destination owing to the quality of ingredients available locally. The Pipe and Glass in South Dalton is a “Michelin star must do” with a range of dining experiences available. The Wellington at Lund offers a relaxed mixture of excellent food, comfortable interiors, great beers and wines in a stunning location on the edge of the beautiful Yorkshire Wolds. Finally, with each cottage boasting a well-equipped kitchen you might choose to bring some ingredients home to make a romantic meal, or if you prefer a takeaway you have the choice of Indian, Chinese or Italian in nearby Howden.

Contact

Apple Tree Cottages,

The Dairy Farm,

Saltmarshe, Howden,

East Yorkshire, DN14 7RX

Tel: 01430 430 677

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