Retreat to a Grade I listed majestic castle and historic retreat in the North Yorkshire, previously the home of Henry VIII's sixth wife!
If it's good enough for royalty, it's good enough for us. Catherine Parr's former residence is a magnificent castle home underneath the chapel, now opening its doors to visitors looking for a unique holiday setting and ambience. The village of Snape in South Yorkshire is where you'll reside, and it is flanked by the Yorkshire Dales National Park on one side and the North York Moors National Park on the other, making it a great choice for those who enjoy exploring the green spaces of England's pretty countryside.
Two bedrooms make it possible for a family of four to enjoy this regal escape, and you can even bring one dog with you - who we are sure will appreciate those country walks, as well as the local pub which is equally dog friendly! The character of the building is one of charm and historic sophistication; exposed stone and beams throughout and a typically country house-style decor. The grounds are extensive and include several patio areas for you to enjoy some al fresco time surrounded by views of the distant fields, making it an ideal choice for those looking to escape their busy urban life and unwind.