Digital Welcome

Image: Malton market place, just 7 minutes from Burythorpe.

Your Digital Welcome

We're looking forward to hosting you here in Burythorpe, this really is the most beautiful base to explore the best of North Yorkshire. This guide includes practical information such as what you'll find inside your accommodation and how to find your way here - and ideas for adventures and explorations should you feel like venturing outdoors! Wishing you both a wonderful stay - Gemma & Andrew

Quick reference

Everything you need is in the house manual, but sometime's a quick check is all you need. Here are a few thing's we thought you'd like to quickly reference.

Check in

Anytime from 3pm. There is a key box to enable remote access, but we're minutes away if you need us.

Check out

Check out is 10am. If there is no one checking in the same day you're welcome to request a later checkout, just drop me a message on WhatsApp and I'll check with the cleaner.

Gaining access

We'll send you the lock box key code privately - you'll find it in your email.

Here to help

If you need ANYTHING you have access to my personal number 07966 842 879 (seriously, even on a Sunday).


How to find us

All the details you need to find us in a flash.

Personalise your stay

Book a masseuse to visit the cottage, a 1:1 yoga session or request sheets washed with 0% Ecover.

House Manual

You'll find everything you need in here- from how to use the Nespresso machine to finding the local pharmacy.

What's On

Discover live music, agricultural fairs and even champagne in the boudoir at Scampston Hall. Get monthly guides to event's on during your stay - everything is within 25 minutes.

Places to eat

Discover our favourite places to go for coffee, brunch and dinner. Including guides for gluten-free and vegan diners.

Places to drink

Make your own unique gin blend, tour the neighbouring vineyard and discover our local Speak-Easy in this guide to places to 'have a wee tipple'.

Places to walk

A growing library of local walks, whether you want to stay local in the village or explore local landmarks such as Howsham Mill and our local lavender farm.

Historical Places

There are striking local landmarks such as Kirkham priory and Castle Howard almost the doorstep, but Whitby Castle is a sight that's worth capturing.


From lakeside picnics to walled rose gardens, you'll find enchanting escapes nearby... and all have cafe's that serve cake.


Rollercoasters and off-roading are not everyones cup off tea... but if your perfect weekend includes zip lining - look no further.

Rural Sports

Golfing and Clay pigeon shooting