Barmoor can accommodate a maximum of 27 people. It provides a peaceful retreat retaining many features from when it was built in 1908, influenced by the arts and crafts movement. It is in a glorious setting within the North York Moors National Park with views over moorland and over countryside towards the Vale of Pickering.
It has central heating for background warmth throughout the house, with cosy open fires in the hall and dining rooms.
Large lounge/hall; dining room; small sitting-room (the Quiet Room); large kitchen; cool pantry; scullery; cloakroom with WC and washbasin; Shower room and toilet; large entrance/boot room area.
1 bedroom (6 beds); 3 bedrooms (3 beds); 2 bedrooms (2 beds); 1 bathroom with basin and WC; 1 shower room with basin and WC; 1 shower room; 1 separate WC.
1 bedroom (4 beds); 2 bedrooms (2 beds); washroom with shower, basin and WC; shower room with basin.
The Harvey Room, converted from the large garage, is now an activities space with toilet and drinks-making facilities in a small kitchen but no central heating. The Harvey Room has a wood-burning stove.There is onsite parking for several cars; large garden with terraced lawns kept in rough condition, picnic tables/benches, and climbing frame.