This character, luxury cottage adjoins the owner’s home in the village of Withernwick, five miles from Hornsea in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
This cottage has been finished to a high standard and provides a luxurious holiday home for families or small groups of friends to relax and enjoy the many attractions of this pretty area.
There are two spacious bedrooms with a family bathroom, all furnished to a high standard.
This then leads you to the good-sized sitting room, with a separate dining area, with plenty of comfy sofas making it a great place to relax after a full day out and about exploring the area.
The well-equipped kitchen is of a decent size, making it good to prepare those home-cooked meals.
To the outside is a pretty shared courtyard, with your own private garden area with furniture and a hot tub, making it a good place to dine alfresco or enjoy something cool to drink.
Situated less than half a mile from the Trans Pennine Trail, head out on a bike ride along this popular route, with lots of other flat, quiet country roads spanning the surrounding area.
A short walk takes you into the village itself where you can enjoy some local food or drink after a day out walking the area.
The short drive to Hornsea brings you to a traditional seaside resort with long sandy beaches, a variety of interesting shops and a good selection of restaurants and country pubs.
For something different take a trip to Hornsea Mere which is the largest natural lake in Yorkshire and offers sailing, fishing and boat trips.
Take a visit to Hull for a day out, which has been named as the City of Culture for 2017 or visit the historic city of York.
Further afield are the seaside towns of Bridlington and Scarborough with great beaches and promenades to frequent.
With lots to do in the area, Stable Cottage makes a superb place for a good holiday at any time of the year.
About the location
Hornsea 5 miles; Hull 10 miles, Beverley 12 miles.
Withernwick is a village in the East Riding of Yorkshire. It is situated approximately 10 miles north-east of Hull city centre and 5 miles south of Hornsea, with the North Sea coast being about 2 miles away. It is an ancient village mentioned in the Doomsday Book with the Falcon Inn being a rare survival of a traditional country pub. Withernwick is within easy reach of some great seaside towns, with Hornsea being about five miles away. Hornsea has long, safe sandy beaches and an attractive promenade. The bustling town centre has an old-fashioned feel with a good variety of small shops, pubs and cafes, whilst nearby Hornsea Mere is the largest natural lake in Yorkshire and offers sailing, fishing and boat trips. The historic city of York and The Deep in Hull are within an easy drive, with Hull being named as the City of Culture for 2017. Further afield is the market town of Beverley with its Gothic Minster an twice weekly market as well as Bridlington and Scarborough all within an hour's drive.