You'll find Point Grey near the North Yorkshire town of Malton. Sleeping 10 people, Point Grey is a large holiday cottage with its own private hot tub.
The nearest shops are 200 yards from Point Grey, with the restaurant and pub about 100 yards away. Further afield you have North Yorkshire's county town of York within driving distance; or head the other way and visit the North Yorkshire coast - with Filey and Scarborough both being nice towns for a day out.
Castle Howard is a nice stalely home to visit, and can be found a 5 minute drive from Point Grey. With a few National Trust properties nearby too - Beningbrough Hall and Gardens ("18th-century house with interactive galleries and National Portrait Gallery paintings") to name one.
There are 5 bedrooms at Point Grey, which are made up of 4 doubles and a twin bedroom. All of which means that Point Grey sleeps 10 people.
You have a TV, DVD player and CD player. There is also Wi-Fi and an iPod dock. Point Grey has air-source heating, and a wood burning stove to keep you cosy in the winter months. Your towels and bed linen are included.
Outside you have a lawned garden with a patio, furniture and a barbeque. There is also that hot tub in the back garden. Point Grey has parking for ten cars.
Holidays at Point Grey start on a Friday.
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