Need A Break? Audley Lodge is your perfect retreat. About the Accommodation Audley Lodge is a comfortable, stylish and versatile lodge with open plan living room/kitchen, accommodating up to six people with two bedrooms and the use of a comfy sofa bed. Audley Lodge has all the modern appliances you’d expect with such luxurious accommodation. You enter through a handy utility area, perfect for removing dirty boots or cleaning muddy paws. The living room has a lovely sitting area, complete with smart TV, WIFI and a sound bar for playing your favourite music. The fully fitted kitchen leads on to the dining area, which in turn gives access to the fantastic veranda with outside table & chairs and the luxurious hot tub. The master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and en suite bathroom including a large bath, perfect for a relaxing and peaceful soak. The second bedroom has two single beds with “Jack and Jill” entrance into the main bathroom, which can also be accessed from the hallway. If you're staying with little ones, there's a travel cot and high chair. And feel free to bring the 'fur kids' too - dogs are more than welcome.
Address: Belfry 14 Allerthorpe Country Park, YO42 4RL York, United Kingdom
Size: 5 Rooms, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Beds: 2 Single beds, 1 Double bed, 1 Sofa bed
Prices: 170GBP - 250GBP / Night
Neighbourhood Audley Lodge is ideally situated at Allerthorpe Golf and Country Park with a 9 hole golf course, opposite Allerthorpe Lakeland Park with water sports activities and adjacent to Conifer Fishing Lakes. It is surrounded by open countryside & walks and close to the beautiful East Coast with the famous towns of Filey, Scarborough and Whitby or the cliffs at Bempton, famous for the sea birds. It is the perfect location for a trip to the beautiful historic city of York, less than half an hour away, so you can spend a day in York or go to the famous York races. With a wealth of history on the doorstep you can visit the stately homes of Castle Howard, Beningbrough Hall, Sledmere House or Burton Constable. Close by are the pretty market towns of Malton (Yorkshire’s Food Capital), Beverley (arrange a guided tour of the Minster roof) and Helmsley with Duncombe Park. Visit Pocklington, only 1.5 miles away, and book a show at the award winning multi arts venue or enjoy Burnby Hall Gardens. If it rains, spend a fascinating day at the local museums including the Yorkshire Air Museum (only 10 minutes away) or York Farming Museum, not to forget the fabulous National Railway Museum in York. Or you can pop to the nearby pretty village of Melbourne, try the lovely Melbourne Arms before wandering along the Pocklington Canal towpath, a haven for birds and other wildlife, in a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest.