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Millers Retreat, Gorgeous Cottages Review

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Call be bias, but I love me a stay in the Yorkshire countryside! So when Gorgeous Cottages invited me along to spend two nights with the fabulous Millers Retreat I eagerly accepted. Millers Retreat is a quaint 3 bed-roomed cottage located on the edge of Bedale, North Yorkshire. This luxury cottage really is fully loaded, each double bedroom is extremely generous in size making it difficult to choose a ‘master’ bedroom as all rooms harbor equal beauty! Bedrooms are fully equip with their own en-suite inclusive of shower units and come with all the potions and products that a girl, or guy, could ask for.

Millers Retreat is designed as an upside down house. Bedrooms are the first rooms you reach upon entrance into the property. Located at the rear of the cottage are a set of stairs which decent into the open plan living/ dining area and cottage kitchen, access to the patio is achieved from here.

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Ox Pasture Hall Hotel, Scarborough, Review.

Step out of the city and over the Yorkshire Moors and you find yourself in the wonderful arms of the East Riding Coast. Home to many iconic British seaside towns such as Whitby, Bridlington and Scarborough. This weekend, my fiancé and I were fortunate enough to spend an evening with a hotel in Scarborough, Ox Pasture Hall Hotel. Situated a 5 minute drive from the seafront, Ox Pasture has so much to offer. This quaint, rustic hotel is surrounded by beautiful countryside, with breath taking views visible from all angles, come all seasons this place really does gleam!

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The Suite

We stopped in a suite which was inclusive of a king size bed! The room was beautifully presented, spacious and has separate quarters for sleeping to a sitting room. I was highly taken by the bathroom and the large waterfall shower, the bath and its waterfall taps. Suites have the most wonderful views of the surrounding land and the over-sized panel windows really come into their own when the sun rises in the morning. I found myself admiring the views of the landscape and sheep in a neighboring field.

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