Need a cot? One can be provided at The Old Orchard
Need a highchair? One can be provided at The Old Orchard
No need to bring towels and linen
Don't take dirty laundry home - use the washing machine at The Old Orchard
No need to wash-up - use the dishwasher
There is a DVD player
The Old Orchard, North Humberside
The holiday cottage "The Old Orchard" can be found in Driffield - East Riding of Yorkshire. This cottage sleeps 2 people, and has 1 bedroom.
The Old Orchard may suit you for a romantic break. If a meal out is on the cards, the shop, pub and restaurant are all 1 mile from The Old Orchard.
The Old Orchard has a "4 star rating", so you will have an excellent standard throughout.
The Old Orchard in Driffield - sleeps 2 people
Reviews of The Old Orchard
These are the reviews for The Old Orchard. There are 43 reviews.
Our stay was wonderful, everything one would need for a relaxing break. The owners made us feel as if we were old friends, 10 out of 10 for all their efforts . . it is a shame that the fishing lake has been neglected, made it very hard to find a place to actually pitch & fish so we didn`t bother. Maureen from Wickford Essex (13 July 2015)
A lovely relaxing site for a beautiful fully equipped cottage. Gillian from Halifax (26 June 2015)
Lovely well thought out holiday accommodation Susan from Atherstone (22 May 2015)
Made to feel extremely welcome upon arrival. Lots of generous extras included. Scenery from bedroom window was stunning. Very toddler friendly. Helen from Liverpool (06 April 2015)
Great accommodation. Everything you could wish for. Lovely welcoming extras. Llyn from Solihull (10 October 2014)
Lovely place,accommodation good,better then my home.would recommended it.and the owner was thoughtful left everything you needed after along journey. Maria from Peterborough (15 September 2014)
Every possible thing that you could think of was was provided for us. Plus lovely chocolates and flowers on arrival and milk and tea to save rushing out again. Lovely cottage and lovely owners. nothing I could fault at all, everything was perfect. Jacquelyn (05 September 2014)
Very clean, comfortable and relaxing. A peaceful location and a lovely welcome surprise (i won't spoil it by telling)! fishing lake was lovely and we caught at least one of everything in it but it may not be the right lake for a 'dedicated' angler but was perfect for a relaxing few hours. We will definitely be returning as it was probably the best we've stayed in. Jan from Dagenham (22 August 2014)
An excellent holiday retreat. Quite and peaceful. A shame the fishing lake is not kept separate from the sheep and kept tidy, you do have to dodge the sheep poo. Confirmed Purchaser from Great Yarmouth (11 July 2014)
The accommodation was superb. The fishing lake was terrible to get to terrible to fish (no proper swims etc.) Graham (04 July 2014)
This is an outstanding bungalow in a great central location and the owners go the extra mile to ensure your stay is a pleasure. I would totally recommend this accommodation to anyone wanting a relaxing get away from it all holiday. Mrs B from Runcorn (19 October 2012)
The whole family were very welcoming, friendly and approachable. They take pride in their property and want you to enjoy your stay. Faulty toaster was replaced within two hours (better than you could do at home!). We had a lovely holiday. Mr H from Solihull (07 July 2011)
This holiday cottage is the best we have been too for cleanliness, all amenities, lovely welcome, lovely people - a credit to Hoseasons and would recomend to anyone. Bed exellent. Can not fault this cottage in any way. Mr W from Redcar (12 June 2011)
Beautiful cottage excellently presented and maintained with many personal touches, made to feel welcome and at home by the owners, beautiful location and had to tear ourselves away to explore the area as we had planned, could have quite easily have never left the cottage at all and didn't want to leave at the end of our stay. (but then again no don't want to recommend as it will become too popular and we'll never be able to get in again!!) Thankyou so much. Mrs H from Leicester (28 May 2011)
Excellent from start to finish - owners very helpful and friendly. Accommodation impeccable - every little thing provided that was needed and more. Relaxing with the antics of lambs in the back garden. Can't wait to go back again. Mrs M from Spalding (16 May 2011)
The welcome by the owners was excellent and they could not have been more helpful or friendly. The cottage was immaculate and beautifully clean and, for those who love peace and solitude, it was ideally situated. There were, unexpectedly, some lovely little extras that were delightful and much appreciated. This was a wonderful week and it is highly likely that we will return. Mr S from Wakefield (12 April 2011)
Fantastic cottage in a peaceful location, perfect for a relaxing get away. The cottage owners were extremely friendly and helpful which makes all the difference. Thoroughly recommend. Mrs A from Newcastle Upon Tyne (30 March 2011)
We recommend this to people of our age it was just what we needed a complete break in beautifull surroundings. Mr P from Rainham (29 March 2011)
Fantastic location, fabulous welcome from owner, amazing accommodation, marvellous attention to detail, a first class property, loved it!!!!!!!! Mrs G from Ossett (26 October 2010)
Excellent cottage, no improvements needed. Miss W from Rotherham (24 October 2010)
This was our second visit to the Old Orchard and it was just as perfect as the first. The accommodation is superb and the welcome is wonderful with lots of individual touches to make your stay special. The Old Orchard is perfectly placed to explore the beautiful Yorkshire coast, the lovely countryside and historic towns in the area. The log fire and wonderfully equipped cosy cottage make it very difficult to leave! Mrs H from Sheffield (20 October 2010)
Exceptional quality in both cottage and 'welcome pack' from owners. Flowers, chocolates,strawberries & cream, tea,coffee, sugar ,biscuits and all toiletries etc. needed were there waiting for you. I would highly recommend this cottage to all my friends. Mrs T from Tonbridge (18 September 2010)
The Old Orchard is a fantastic property with everything you need and more. The owners are welcoming and cannot do enough for you. There were special little homely touches that were added that you do not normally get in rental properties which made it all the more special. Easy access to Scarborough, Bridlington and Filey, a wonderful place to stay. Miss O from Redditch (29 August 2010)
First class holiday experience. Fully deserves its 'Ultimate' rating. Would recommend to anyone. Mr L from Derby (19 June 2010)
This is such a relaxing spot for unwinding, you leave lifes stresses behind as you walk through the door. The welcoming flowers, chocolates, strawberries and cream are wonderful and there is milk, tea, coffee, sugar provided, along with a packet of special biscuits.This has been our second romantic weekend here and I would recommend the old orchard to anyone. There are lots of interesting walks and the local pub is comfortable and welcoming. Mrs R from Leeds (15 June 2010)
I have just come back from a few days at The Old Orchard with my fiance and it couldn't have been better. A beautiful cottage, clean, tidy, and we didn't want to come home. Breakfast on the patio watching the sheep; fishing in the private lake - and we only caught a few tiddlers, but my partner had a great time catching them. Would definitely recommend it and will definitely be going back. Close enough to the seaside, but if you don't want to venture - the cottage is just perfect for chilling. We loved every minute of it and would like to thank Mr and Mrs Dixon for the lovely welcome goodies. Miss T from Sheffield (20 April 2010)
The cottage was absolutely beautiful and the welcome was even better. Little extras such as milk in the fridge and chocolates and fruit were much appreciated and made us feel right at home. All the luxuries made the whole weekend easy and relaxing. Miss A from Leeds (16 April 2010)
This is a lovely cottage in a great location central to so many interesting places to visit in all directions. The owners make a big effort to make sure your stay is memorable and the welcoming gifts on arrival are very generous. The cottage is very well equipped and the bed is very comfortable. The cottage stands on it's own next to fields, so is in a peaceful location. Mr B from Llangollen (11 April 2010)
Outstanding holiday cottage, the owners were extremely friendly and the welcome pack was exceptional, fruit, flowers and chocolate were very appreciated. We will definitely be back again, we couldn't have asked for anything else, and everything was thought of. Also this holiday was even more memorable as its were my partner asked me to marry him!! Unforgettable in so many ways! Miss W from Boston (23 November 2009)
We have used Hoseasons for almost 40 years and always have good holiday accommodation. This one is superb and cannot be faulted. Mrs H from Sheffield (18 November 2009)
We have just spent a fabulous short break at the The Old Orchard. The accommmodation is superb and the location is perfect to enjoy the beautiful Yorkshire Coast. Mr and Mrs Dixon have equipped the cottage to an outstanding specification, and even include top quality toiletries and a lovely welcome pack. We always book our holidays with Hoseasons and have never been disappointed, but none have been better than the The Old Orchard. We will definitely be going back! Mrs H from Sheffield (26 October 2009)
Excellent as a base for outings, or just relaxing watching the sheep. Mrs K from Spennymoor (20 September 2009)
The cottage is ideal for 2 people and is beautifully furnished and equipped. The owners had thought of everything, even to a lovely welcoming 'pack' with milk, fruit, chocolate and flowers. It has a lovely sheltered patio with morning sun - ideal for Al Fresco breakfasts and a very quiet location. A great base for visiting the area. Mr H from Bournemouth (17 June 2009)
This was our perfect holiday, within easy reach of the beach, shop and pubs, yet it is in the middle of the countryside where you could walk and not meet another soul. The cottage was beautiful and comfortably furnished with lots of surprise extras to make our holiday complete. The owners had thought of everything when they made this cottage available. Mrs R from Leeds (06 June 2009)
The accommodation and the welcome certainly had the "Wow" factor. Everything to make our stay wonderful had been thought of, from top quality toiletries, toilet rolls and tissues in abundance to tea, coffee sugar and milk to last the full stay. The extras - fresh flowers, chocolates and even strawberries and cream were added touches so much appreciated. Sitting on the patio for morning coffee we could even watch the sheep being fed. The walks around the cottage are spectacular, you can walk for miles and not see another human being and can select from either countryside or beach walks. A welcoming local pub and village store are also within walking distance. Sue and Andrew are brilliant host and hostess - we'll go back soon!! Mrs R from Leeds (06 April 2009)
This was a lovely and peaceful holiday, just what we needed and the owners were very welcoming. We cannot wait to return back to this property. Mr B from Burnley (20 March 2009)
Fantastic cottage, with little extras that made all the difference. It was -5 degrees when we were up there but the cottage was always cosy and warm and the wood burner was a great plus. One of the nicest cottages we have stayed at and can thoroughly recommend! Mr I from Ingatestone (17 January 2009)
In 40 years of self-catering holidays, this was the best accommodation ever. Mr W from Reading (31 October 2008)
The accommodation was lovely, the decor and finish of the property was superb and it was very well equipped with lots of little extras. The owners were very nice, friendly and helpful. Mr S from Derby (06 October 2008)
The cottage had been very thoughtfully equipped with lots of unexpected extras. The owners were charming and couldn't have been more helpful. The quality of the fixtures and fitting was very high and the cottage was in a rural location yet had easy access to major routes. Very well placed for trips to the east Yorkshire coast including Flamborough Head and the North Yorkshire railway can be explored easily on a day trip. The private fishing lake was a real bonus. Mrs K from Luton (01 September 2008)
This is a beautifully appointed cottage for two (plus one) with excellent open plan living space. The attention to detail was fantastic and our welcome was very warm. The location is very quiet with fields around and a lovely lane for leisurely strolls. The road links to other areas were good too. Mr M from Westerham (25 August 2008)
it was a wonderfully peaceful setting. The accommodation was of a very high standard and the owners had added several little extras to make it very special - just keep up the good work! Mrs H from Grimsby (28 July 2008)
A very well presented and furnished cottage where the owners made every effort to make you welcome. Mr W from Ongar (04 July 2008)
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