A pretty, whitewashed, semi-detached cottage in the quaint village of Hunmanby, less than four miles from the seaside town of Filey.
Radiating charm and character, this delightful Hunmanby cottage is the perfect base for those wanting excellent village facilities and close proximity to both the coast andthe rolling hills of the nearby Yorkshire Wolds.
Tastefully furnished with a traditional style, this cottage in Yorkshire offers comfortable accommodation with a cosy, beamed sitting room with a woodburner set in a brick feature fireplace.
The country-style kitchen in this Hunmanby cottage has a lovely, homely feel with a gas range cooker, quarry tiled floor and brightly coloured tiles.
The two comfy bedrooms, offering distant sea view, sit on the first floor, along with the family bathroom.
Outside this cottage near Hunmanby is an enclosed, gravelled garden where you can sit and relax together in the sunshine.
A few minutes' walk brings you to the centre of the village, with a range of local pubs, shops and tea rooms to sample; and within a few minutes' drive of this Hunmanby cottage is the traditional seaside resort of Filey, with its long, golden sands, colourful gardens and brightly painted beach huts.
Both young and old will enjoy crabbing in the rock pools on the Brigg, or exhilarating walks along the cliff top.
With its elegant promenades, traditional donkey rides and candy floss, there is something for everyone!
From this Yorkshire cottage, numerous stately homes in the area can be found including Burton Agnes Hall and Sledmere House, both worth a visit.
A well-located Hunmanby cottage for all the family.
About the location
Filey 3.5 miles; Bridlington 9.5 miles; Scarborough 10 miles.
Hunmanby is a charming village perched on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds, made famous by the artist David Hockney. Surrounded by stunning scenery and beautiful landscapes, this popular bustling village looks down across farmland towards North Yorkshire's historic seaside resort of Filey. Hunmanby lies directly between Scarborough and Bridlington, and still boasts its historic Market Place Cross and Hunmanby Hall Golf Course. It offers excellent amenities, including ancient coaching inns, shops, tea rooms and eateries, as well as a train station offering access to popular Bridlington, Scarborough, Whitby and beyond. Just three miles away sits Filey, a lovely traditional seaside town boasting two elegant promenades and beautiful sandy beaches edged by rows of neat, colourful beach huts. With the rolling countryside to explore and the nearby seaside towns dotted along the North York Coast, Hunmanby is well-placed for an enjoyable holiday.