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262 luxury cottages and self catering accommodation in North East England. A range of superb quality cottages across North East England.


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Bridge House in Helmsley, North Yorkshire, North East England

Bridge House, Helmsley, North Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £453 to £ 1047

Self catering accommodation in Helmsley sleeps 4.

Features include: • Pub near by • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 4

Accommodation overview: With its own secluded garden leading down to the banks of the River Rye, this Grade II listed house is set just off the market square of the picturesque town of Helmsley. One of a pair, it is within easy walking distance of a selection of excellent shops, inns and restaurants, as well as Helmsley Castle and Duncombe Park. Excellent walking in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park starts from the doorstep. Open-air swimming-pool, golf and riding available locally. York 24 miles. The Yorkshire Dales and the coast are within comfortable driving distance. Shops 100 yards.

Living room with wood-burning stove. Kitchen/dining room with granite worktops, oak dining table and limestone floor. Utility. Wet room with toilet. First floor: Double bedroom with 6ft bed, TV, river views and en-suite bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet. Twin bedroom with TV and fully tiled en-suite shower room with toilet.

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Charlton Hall - Farm Cottage in Chathill, Northumberland, North East England

Charlton Hall - Farm Cottage, Chathill, Northumberland, North East England

Sleeps 3
Weekly prices from £312 to £ 807

Self catering accommodation in Chathill sleeps 3.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Short Breaks • Games Room • Detached Property • Cottage Sleeps 3

Accommodation overview: This beautiful country estate offers the perfect ‘home-away-from-home’ in England’s most rural county. Each pretty cottage and private garden is out of sight of any other property. Close to Northumberland’s Heritage coast, these secluded cottages have been renovated throughout to provide cosy interiors with wood-burning stoves - perfect for warm winter breaks.
Farm Cottage boasts its own gin-gang, a circular outbuilding once used as a mule-driven mill. The charming Stable Cottage, draped by a copper beech, was once the coachman’s home. Over the bridge lies Garden Cottage set inside the old walled garden. These three cottages are located in a tranquil pocket of beautiful rolling countryside, under vast skies where the sun rises over beaches and sets onto the moorland of the Cheviots. An ideal country retreat, just 3 miles from sparkling white sandy beaches and close to Northumberland’s magnificent castles. Charlton Hall’s ancient parkland makes for perfect scenic walks. Guests can stroll along the Shippton Burn, which runs under stone bridges, filling the trout lake before meandering to the sea. They can also explore woodland bursting with bluebells and wild flowers in spring and summer; and see nesting buzzards, roe deer, foxes, badgers, hares and weasels – all abundant here due to careful environmental management. A cross country course takes guests who wish to bring their horses through woods and fields. The nearby beaches are also excellent for riding and dog walking.
Additionally, West Lodge is a single-storey cottage nestling behind beautiful stone pillars at the entrance to the estate, screened by mature woodland and handily placed for touring just 100 yards from the single-carriageway A1. Local attractions include Holy Island, the Farne Islands, historic Berwick-upon-Tweed, Alnwick Castle and Garden, the Heritage coastline and castles. Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Edinburgh are just 1 hour by train.
Guests arriving by air met at Newcastle Airport (40 minutes by road) by arrangement. Shops 6 miles.

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Wandylaw Barns - The Nook in Wandylaw, Northumberland, North East England

Wandylaw Barns - The Nook, Wandylaw, Northumberland, North East England

Sleeps 2
Weekly prices from £267 to £ 589

Self catering accommodation in Wandylaw sleeps 2.

Features include: • Pet friendly • Short Breaks • Games Room • Detached Property • Cottage Sleeps 2

Accommodation overview: Set in a peaceful location close to the Northumbrian Heritage Coast with some beautiful views across to Bamburgh, Holy Island and the magnificent coastline

In a small exclusive setting these holiday homes, built in 2009, offer contemporary interiors in traditional buildings with spacious surroundings that are tastefully elegant and sure to delight all age groups. Only approximately ½ mile from the A1, but completely out of sight from all the properties and just 6 miles from Belford, a charming little village with full amenities, and just 9 miles from the historic town of Alnwick, Northumberland’s ducal town, with cobbled character streets, weekly market, Playhouse theatre, enchanting water gardens, with a unique dining experience at the Treehouse, and the majestic medieval castle used in Harry Potter. Bamburgh, with its fine fortress towering over the village, is a short drive with a beautiful much photographed golden sandy beach making a spectacular setting for picnics and days by the sea. Nearby Seahouses, famous for its fine fish and chips and friendly seaside atmosphere, has a small working fishing harbour where boat trips can be taken to The Farne Islands to visit the seals and puffins, or Craster famous for smoked kippers with its beautiful walk to Dunstanburgh Castle. The cross border battles resulted in this region having more castles than any other in England, most open all year round. No trip to Northumberland is complete without first checking the tides to cross over the causeway to Lindisfarne, known as Holy Island, a true island of calm where St Aidan established England’s first Christian community. Ideally located to explore the whole county peppered with small friendly villages, vast golden unspoilt beaches where visitors can breathe in the salty air and feel the sand beneath their toes and miles of unspoilt coastline in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are magnificent golf courses, hills and valleys allowing for relaxing strolls amongst the panoramic countryside. Walkers and cyclists will be spoilt for choice in this lovely countryside close to the coast with a country feel. This small exclusive development will delight even the most discerning visitor and is an ideal base, perfectly located to tour this friendly unspoilt county, reputedly the ‘friendliest county in England’. Shops and pub 3 miles.

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Hungate Cottages - The Carrs in Pickering, North Yorkshire, North East England

Hungate Cottages - The Carrs, Pickering, North Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £374 to £ 963

Self catering accommodation in Pickering sleeps 4.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Short Breaks • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 4

Accommodation overview: A home of great comfort from which to discover England’s most beautiful and uncrowded county. For over 30 years, English Country Cottages has featured Hungate Cottages in its brochure.
A short stroll from the heart of this charming old country town, Hungate Cottages are tucked away with a delightful ‘secret garden’ atmosphere of peace and tranquillity. A wonderful holiday location, with the vast and magnificent North Yorkshire Moors on the doorstep, there is easy access to the beautiful east coast, the city of York and a whole host of fascinating places to visit. Outstanding comfort and style of these cottages, combined with a superb location, makes this an ideal all-year holiday destination.
Pickering is a delight - old fashioned friendliness and an unhurried pace of life combine with charming old inns, 12th-century castle, museums, and remarkable medieval frescoes in the local church, and the North Yorkshire Moors Railway takes visitors on a nostalgic journey through spectacular heather-clad moorland scenery to Grosmont.
Castle Howard, setting for TV’s Brideshead Revisited, Nunnington Hall (NT), Duncombe Park, and Rievaulx Abbey, are just a few treasures to discover. York offers the majestic minster, the fascinating Jorvik Viking Centre, the Castle Museum, the National Railway Museum, and excellent shopping facilities. On the east coast lie Scarborough and Bridlington, the picturesque fishing villages of Robin Hood’s Bay, and Staithes, and the fascinating old port of Whitby, with its Captain Cook connections. Closer to home visitors can enjoy free use of Pickering’s swimming-pool, just 3 minutes’ walk away, good cycling in Dalby Forest (bikes can be hired in Pickering), as well as forest walks, fishing, pony trekking and golf. Pickering’s shops 5 mins’ walk.
The cottages have been converted with great flair by the owners, Mike and Sue Kitching, from the outbuildings of Hungate House. The delightful setting includes eight secluded gardens, courtyards and an orchard, as well as a safe, enclosed play area for children. Each cottage retains much character, with old stone arches, fireplaces and beams carefully retained. Immaculately maintained, warm, clean and superbly well-equipped, these cottages are truly a ‘home from home’. No wonder so many visitors return time and again. The owners provide plenty of helpful information on the huge choice of places to visit, as well as menus from the local restaurants.
Hungate is best summed up by a visitor who wrote, There was nothing more we could have wished for in a holiday home. We loved the fire, the free logs and little touches such as fresh flowers – it felt like home. The children loved the freedom of the gardens and could not wait to get home from our excursions! We loved coming and going through the heavy black gate into an oasis in this nice town.

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Orchard Cottage in Pateley Bridge, North Yorkshire, North East England

Orchard Cottage, Pateley Bridge, North Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 6
Weekly prices from £477 to £ 1009

Self catering accommodation in Pateley Bridge sleeps 6.

Features include: • Pet friendly • Pub near by • Short Breaks • Games Room • Detached Property • Cottage Sleeps 6

Accommodation overview: This detached, stone, south-facing cottage has been carefully furnished and co-ordinated throughout to provide a lovely holiday home from which to explore the Yorkshire Dales. The Nidderdale Way Walk can be accessed directly from the property and for those who like fishing there is a private fishing lake with brown trout 1/2 mile away (by direct arrangement with the owner, Apr-Sept). There is also a public swimming pool, gym and squash court 500 yards away and with the elegant spa town of Harrogate just 14 miles, there is truly something for everyone. Pub, shops and restaurant ½ mile.

Spacious beamed living room/dining area with wood-burning stove and oak floor. Two steps down to kitchen with tiled floor. Double bedroom with 5ft bed. Wet room/toilet. First floor: Double bedroom with 5ft four poster bed and en-suite bathroom with roll-top slipper bath, shower attachment and toilet. Twin bedroom.

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Lendal Tower in York, East Yorkshire, North East England

Lendal Tower, York, East Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 6
Weekly prices from £1738 to £ 2092

Self catering accommodation in York sleeps 6.

Features include: • Internet Access • Pub near by • Short Breaks • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 6

Accommodation overview: Step into a piece of medieval history. With panoramic views over the beautiful city of York and the River Ouse, this spectacular 700-year old Ancient Scheduled Monument offers a truly unique holiday experience. In a landmark setting on the eastern banks of the River Ouse, the 14th-century, Grade I listed Lendal Tower originally formed part of the city’s defences and played a key role in the daily life of the medieval city - from here shipping tolls were collected and all river traffic was controlled. Following the Civil War in the 17th century, the tower became the city’s first waterworks with a horse-powered pump supplying the water via pipes made from hollowed out tree trunks. In 1785, as proprietor of York Waterworks, John Smeaton FRS (the father of civil engineering and designer of the famous Eddystone Lighthouses) added a powerful steam-driven beam engine into the tower to cope with the city’s growing demand for water, later it became the proud headquarters of the York Waterworks Company. Carefully renovated to retain its character, including ornate, original wood panelling and decorative ceiling plasterwork, the resulting accommodation is stunning. A spiral staircase leads from the ground floor living area to a mezzanine bedroom and on to the first and second floors, each with bedroom with dual-aspect river views. Climbing a little higher, visitors reach the large roof terrace and are rewarded with a breathtaking view of one of the world’s greatest cathedrals, the magnificent minster, historic Lendal and King’s Bridges, the River Ouse, and the bustling 21st-century city that flourishes in the shadow of its ancient walls. The Tower’s unrivalled central location is perfect for exploring a wealth of other historical buildings including The Treasurer’s House and The Merchant Adventurer’s Hall, visiting the National Railway Museum or the Jorvik Centre, and discovering the snickelways and alleyways that wind between York’s ancient cobbled streets. On your doorstep are numerous attractions to suit all ages, with river boat trips, ghost walks, art galleries and theatres, plus an abundance of quirky shops, restaurants and inns. Return to Lendal Tower and guests have the privilege of relaxing in the tranquil setting of their own private riverside garden. Shop and pub 30 yards.

Living room. Dining hall with double doors to garden. Two steps to kitchen with range, gas hob, electric oven and limestone floor. Shower room with toilet. Spiral stairs to mezzanine. Double bedroom with TV. Spiral stairs to first floor: Double bedroom, TV, dressing room and en-suite bathroom with toilet. Spiral stairs to second floor: Double bedroom with 5ft four-poster bed, TV and en-suite bathroom with chromotherapy spa bath and toilet.

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The High Barn in Beverley, East Yorkshire, North East England

The High Barn, Beverley, East Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 14
Weekly prices from £1089 to £ 2686

Self catering accommodation in Beverley sleeps 14.

Features include: Short Breaks • Multi bathrooms • Non smoking Fishing nearby Pub near by Luxury accommodation sleeps 14

Accommodation overview: Just 7 miles from the lovely sands at Hornsea with both beaches and excellent boat launching facilities this small group of top quality cottages are grouped around a spacious beautifully landscaped courtyard garden and set in a peaceful country park 4 miles from Beverley and within 30 miles of the fascinating city of York. The beautiful interiors combine old beams and mellow brickwork with smart contemporary furnishings to offer immaculate spacious accommodation with every bedroom having a luxury ensuite shower or bathroom. In the grounds a well stocked 5 acre fishing lake is sure to please anglers and there are peaceful picnic places and open areas for dog exercise as well as award winning “David Bellamy” nature reserve a pleasant farm walk and 9 hole par 3 golf course; a safely enclosed children’s play area a crown green bowls lawn french boules and a ball games field are all nearby. Though not a “working farm” there are a number of “adopted” animals to meet from alpacas to ponies and ex battery hens - so hopefully fresh eggs for breakfast and lots of fun for everyone. This peaceful haven is ideally located for exploring Yorkshire’s myriad delights. The east coast from Whitby with visiting tall ships Robin Hood’s Bay Scarborough with huge sandy bays Bempton Cliffs (RSPB bird sanctuary) and coves at Flamborough through to Bridlington. Hull with the Deep Sea Life Centre also boasts ice rink cinemas and fine shopping whilst a short drive across the glorious Wolds takes you to York whose attractions include Viking History at the Jorvik the National Railway Museum and the medieval shopping streets. Flamingo Land Theme Park Eden Camp Castle Howard Sledmere House and Burton Agnes Hall are all within an hour’s drive. Lovely Beverley - 4 miles offers racecourse polo ground swimming pool and lots of pubs and restaurants. Golf riding and jet ski centre locally. Inn with food 0.5 miles.

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The Dairy The Parlour and The Grainery can be interconnected at ground floor level to sleep 12 + 2 children + 3 t/cots.

Phone enquiries: 0345 498 6152

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Sheen Cottage in Whitby, East Yorkshire, North East England

Sheen Cottage, Whitby, East Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 10
Weekly prices from £488 to £ 1913

Self catering accommodation in Whitby sleeps 10.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Close to the Beach • Close to the Sea • Golf near by • Pub near by •

Accommodation overview: Steeped in history, this imposing, detached holiday cottage dates back to 1888 and was originally the residence of a former sea commander. Many original features are still evident, with a wood-panelled entrance hall, stripped wood flooring and cast-iron fireplaces throughout adding to the charm and character of this beautiful property, which makes the perfect place for a family get-together. Huge comfortable sofas and armchairs adorn each floor, with quiet reading corners looking out over open countryside to the front, and picture windows to the rear affording stunning sea views across the pretty gardens down to Robin Hoods Bay. Fylingthorpe sits at the top of the ancient fishing village of Robin Hoods Bay where visitors step back in time as they follow the row of tumbling fisherman’s cottages and the cobbled streets (lined with curio shops, tea rooms, inns and restaurants) down to the sandy little cove. The historic Port of Whitby - where Captain James Cook set sail from on his epic journey of discovery - is but a 10-minute drive. Here the colourful promenade leads to a 3-mile stretch of award-winning sandy beach. The North York Moors steam train can be boarded to discover some of Yorkshire’s finest scenery as it chugs its way through the beautiful Esk valley into the famous village of Goathland - renowned for its connections with TV’s Heartbeat. A little further south of the village is the elegant seaside town of Scarborough. Golfing, fishing, sea trips, cycle and walking tracks are all available locally. Shops 150 yards, pubs and restaurants 100 yards.

Large entrance hall with original panelling and tiled floor. Spacious living room with open fire in cast-iron grate and wooden floor. Dining room with gas ‘living-flame’ fire, TV, views to bay, and wooden floor. Large well-equipped farmhouse-style kitchen with Rangemaster (for cooking) and dining area. Utility. First floor: Reading area with countryside views. Double bedroom with 5ft four-poster bed, feature fireplace and floor-to-ceiling picture window. Two twin bedrooms, one with feature fireplace and panoramic window. Bathroom with shower cubicle and toilet. Bathroom with toilet. Separate toilet. Second floor: Reading area. Double bedroom with 5ft bed and views to bay. Twin bedroom with cast-iron beds and views.

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Killerby Old Hall - Swallows in Cayton, North Yorkshire, North East England

Killerby Old Hall - Swallows, Cayton, North Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 5
Weekly prices from £340 to £ 706

Self catering accommodation in Cayton sleeps 5.

Features include: • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Swimming Pool • Pub near by • Easy Walking Access • Short Breaks • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 5

Accommodation overview: Character cottages surrounded by 40 acres of open countryside in the ancient manor grounds of this listed Old Hall, on the beautiful North Yorkshire Coast...

Situated within substantial grounds, Killerby Old Hall and its cottages are ideal for a countryside holiday whilst being less than 2 miles from the sandy beach of Cayton Bay. Guests can explore the nature reserve and lake area, walk the open fields spotting deer, rabbits, pheasants and other wildlife, or relax in the indoor heated swimming pool. The original manor house was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1087. The accommodation ranges from the Old Hall sleeping up to 11 in period splendour, with its own imposing front lawns and side garden, through to the cosy Crow’s Nest for 2 persons, nestling in the courtyard with a patio overlooking the orchard. Yard End House is an attractive barn conversion offering spacious accommodation for up to 12, including a double bedroom on the ground floor and a private sauna, with the remaining cottages converted from the original stables. All guests can enjoy the indoor heated swimming pool plus a shared games room with pool table, darts and table tennis. Within the grounds is a playing field, orchards, a lake and small woodland walks to enjoy.
Killerby Old Hall is situated between the coastal resorts of Scarborough and Filey on part of Britain’s Heritage Coast. Central, with the North Yorkshire Moors of ‘Heartbeat Country’ to the North and the Yorkshire Wolds to the West, which are both Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Killerby is within easy range of many popular locations. These include Whitby, quaint Robin Hoods Bay, a former smugglers haunt, Castle Howard, the market towns of Helmsley and Pickering, the starting point for the North York Moors railway, plus the famous twin bays and castle of Scarborough. For the more adventurous Flamingo Land, the popular theme park can be visited or the Langdale forest experience, 4x4 and off road driving, is within a 30-minute drive. Cayton is just a 500 yard stroll away with its two pubs, post office and shops; full amenities in Scarborough are 4½ miles, making Killerby a perfect location to enjoy the rural life without being too remote. Village shops ¼ mile.

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Prudhoe Mews in Alnwick, Northumberland, North East England

Prudhoe Mews, Alnwick, Northumberland, North East England

Sleeps 6
Weekly prices from £279 to £ 880

Self catering accommodation in Alnwick sleeps 6.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Internet Access • Close to the Beach • Close to the Sea • Pub near by • Short Breaks • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 6

Accommodation overview: Set in the heart of the ‘picture-postcard’ village of Alnmouth, and only a few yards from the sandy estuary and beaches, this attractive ground floor apartment offers comfortable accommodation in one of the most beautiful counties in England. Built in 1860, the apartment is part of a grand Victorian house which once belonged to the Duke of Northumberland. Alnwick has its majestic medieval castle and one of the biggest water gardens in Europe. Trips to the Farne Islands to visit the seal and puffin colonies are available. Holy Island makes for an enjoyable day trip. Shop 200 yards.

Living/dining room with gas ‘coal-effect’ fire and original doors from Alnwick Castle. Farmhouse-style kitchen with tiled floor. Double bedroom with 5ft bed and views of rear garden. Double bedroom with front garden views. Twin bedroom with TV and picture window and garden views. Fully tiled bathroom with over-bath shower, toilet and fitted vanity unit. Shower room and toilet.

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Warenford Cottages - Waren View in Bamburgh, Northumberland, North East England

Warenford Cottages - Waren View, Bamburgh, Northumberland, North East England

Sleeps 5
Weekly prices from £374 to £ 1009

Self catering accommodation in Bamburgh sleeps 5.

Features include: • Pet friendly • Swimming Pool • Pub near by • Short Breaks • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 5

Accommodation overview: Ideal base for a family holiday...set between the Cheviots and the sea

Tucked away in a peaceful and secluded village setting, these five comfortably furnished holiday cottages are set in an idyllic location, only 5 miles from the spectacular Bamburgh Castle and one of the longest sandy beaches in England, and within a few minutes’ drive of Seahouses, where regular boat trips depart for the Farne Islands. Between the Cheviots and the sea, there is easy touring through the beautiful countryside with its numerous castles, stately homes and NT properties. Furnished to a high standard, and close to the owners’ home, Fordson offers single-storey accommodation and Ferguson is a detached two-storey cottage. The Mill House stands as a detached converted barn, with Waren View and The Granary Cottage forming an adjoining pair. This is an ideal choice for family holidays, with use of a very pleasant lawned area by a stream where visitors can enjoy barbecues. There is also shared use of the owners’ hard tennis court nearby.
Warenford Village serves as an excellent base from which to discover Northumberland and the Scottish border country. Just 4 miles distant lies Budle Bay, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, as well as an SSSI, with the ancient walled town of Berwick-upon-Tweed (15 miles) and the Duchess of Northumberland’s ornamental gardens a short drive away. Created to rival the best in Europe, the gardens are contemporary in design and include waterfalls and cascading plumes set within landscaped grounds with themed planted areas. Also sure to delight both young and old alike is a visit to neighbouring Alnwick Castle, which served as the location for the Harry Potter films. Home of the Percy family, it stands as the second largest inhabited castle in England after Windsor Castle, with some of its rooms open to the public and displaying a wealth of decorative and fine art.
Within easy reach, too, is Holy Island – renowned for its medieval religious heritage, priory and picturesque castle – and also known by its Anglo-Saxon name of Lindisfarne. Accessed by a paved causeway at low tide, the island is popular with bird-watchers and nature lovers, with the north-western portion of the island being maintained as a nature reserve, where terns, plovers and seals can be observed. Whilst on the island, a trip to The Museum of Island Life will reveal former living and working conditions there, and St Aidan’s Winery tempts visitors with its sweet concoction of local Lindisfarne Mead.
There are quiet country lanes for cycling and several excellent golf courses nearby, as well as a selection of shops in Belford (3 miles) and good inns and restaurants in which to enjoy a family meal locally – the nearest pub with restaurant being just 30 yards.
Guests may relax in our recently developed indoor swimming pool and sauna or work out in the gym, built close to the cottages. Shop/24-hr garage 1 mile.

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The Old Mill at Littlebeck - The Old Mill in Whitby, North Yorkshire, North East England

The Old Mill at Littlebeck - The Old Mill, Whitby, North Yorkshire, North East England

Sleeps 7
Weekly prices from £466 to £ 1169

Self catering accommodation in Whitby sleeps 7.

Features include: • Short Breaks • Games Room • Detached Property • Cottage Sleeps 7

Accommodation overview: Set in a secluded hamlet in the North York Moors National Park, these prestigious detached properties share 6 acres of beautiful grounds in a sheltered wooded valley with an abundance of wildlife. Offering spacious holiday accommodation, all have been refurbished and equipped to the very highest standards, with shared use of a games room. From the hamlet, steep hills rise to open moorland, with spectacular scenery from its many footpaths. Picturesque fishing port of Whitby, 5 miles. The North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Grosmont–Pickering, 5 miles. Sandy beaches 5 miles. Good pubs/restaurants locally. Shops 2 miles.

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