Staithes Cottage - Lovely Grade II listed holiday cottage with ancient character & modern comforts

TYPE
Cottage
BEDROOMS
3
BATHROOMS
1
SLEEPS
6

Details of the Cottage

This Grade II listed sandstone building, with a wealth of exposed beams and period features, is a perfect home from home, whether you are looking for a family seaside holiday, a get-away-from-it-all cottage break with friends, a base for walkers on the Cleveland Way, or a couples' memorable and romantic stay in an intimate and magical location.

Step back in time, leave stress behind, and experience a real change of pace in this unspoilt pretty picture postcard village of cobbled streets, traditional pubs and shops, azure skies and sandy beaches, a real fisherman's harbour, high craggy cliffs, beautiful coastal scenery and an area rich in maritime history.

This well equipped and high standard self catering accommodation contains:
• A spacious, heart of the house family kitchen with solid oak beams and a unique wooden table fashioned from ancient sailing ship timbers; a cosy Rayburn stove heating radiators throughout the cottage; traditional food pantry; cooker, washing machine, fridge freezer, microwave, kettle, toaster, coffee maker and all the cookware, cutlery, utensils, crockery and glassware that you'll need for your stay. Here you can enjoy long and leisurely meals by the warmth of the stove and re-discover the time and space for conversation.

• Spacious but warm and snug lounge with beams and exposed sandstone walls, plenty of comfortable seating, window seats, TV, VCR, DVD and stereo. You can put your feet up and snuggle down in front of the woodburning stove or watch


Facilities of the Cottage

General / living area
  • TV
  • DVD player
  • CD player
  • Books
  • Central heating
  • Cot
  • High chair
  • Telephone
  • Alarm clock
Includes: Sofa beds (1)
Spacious warm and snug lounge with beams and exposed sandstone walls, plenty of comfortable seating, window seats, TV, VCR, DVD and stereo. You can put your feet up and snuggle down in front of the woodburning stove or watch the world go by and listen to the seagulls’ cry from the half stable door to the front. Small library of books, DVDs, CDs and family games provided.
Kitchen / utility
  • 4 ring hob
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Oven
  • Grill
  • Microwave oven
  • Washing machine
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Coffee maker
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Hair dryer
  • Towels provided
  • Linens provided
  • Toilet paper provided
A spacious, heart of the house family kitchen with solid oak beams and a unique wooden table fashioned from ancient sailing ship timbers; a cosy Rayburn stove heating radiators throughout the cottage; traditional food pantry; cooker, washing machine, fridge freezer, microwave, kettle, toaster, coffee maker and all the cookware, cutlery, utensils, crockery and glassware that you’ll need for your stay. Here you can enjoy long and leisurely meals by the warmth of the stove and re-discover the time and space for conversation.
Bedrooms (3)
Includes: Double beds (1), single beds (4), en-suite bath/shower rooms (0)
Flexible sleeping arrangements in three light and airy bedrooms containing double bed, two twin beds and two adult sized bunk beds. Wardrobes, drawers and bedside tables and reading lamps are provided. .
Bathrooms (1)
Includes: Bathrooms (1) of which en-suite (0). Shower (1) and WC (1)
Pretty tiled room with washbasin, electric shower and WC.
Outdoor
  • Patio

Staithes Cottage is located in Staithes, Yorkshire / Yorkshire Dales

Staithes, on the North Yorkshire coast, is tucked in between rugged cliffs which form a natural harbour. It has a Mediterranean look with its jumbled white-washed cottages and red tile roofs. This quaint 'Olde Worlde' village has been famous down the centuries for its maritime heritage.

Captain Cook Heritage Centre.
Traditional old-fasioned village post office.
Cafes and bistros.
Excellent pubs serving good food and real ales.
Gift shops.
Antiques Gallery.
Artists' Gallery

One the Cleveland Way walking Path.
North York Moors National Park.

A wonderful base for some great days out:
Traditional seaside family fun at Whity and Scarborough.
North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway.
Roseberry Topping.

It's easy to get here from the A174. Just ask us for all travel options.

  • Teesside: 20 km
  • Just down the street - one minute: 0 km
  • Whitby, Scarborough, Robin Hoods Bay: 15 km
  • Nearest Shops: 0 km
  • Nearest Restaurants: 0 km
  • Nearest Bars: 0 km

Availability

Rental Rates

Rental rates £220 - £520 per week
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Prices for each season are FROM prices for that period.

Christmas, Easter and Bank Holidays - contact us for prices.


From £220 per week

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Jon Barg

Telephone: +44 01915192257
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