A superb, stone-built converted stable in the pretty village of Aislaby, 3 miles from Whitby.
Full of character, this lovely Whitby cottage offers excellent accommodation, with exposed beams throughout, and a romantic four poster bed in an attractive tower bedroom with pitched roof and spectacular views over the Esk Valley.
This quality Whitby cottage is well equipped and furnished to a high standard.
Set in 7 acres of grounds, this Whitby cottage is the perfect base for a relaxing holiday in stunning scenery.
Walks can be enjoyed from the door along numerous public footpaths, through rolling hills or along quiet country village lanes.
Whitby is 3 miles away, with its quaint cottages, cobbled streets and long, sandy beaches.
Take a trip on a fishing boat, climb the 199 steps to the abbey, or taste the wonderful fish and chips!
With the charming steam railway at Grosmont nearby, and numerous villages within easy reach, this Whitby cottage has something for everyone.
Note: This property can be booked with Refs. 2377 and 2414, together they sleep 28 (each property must be booked by a different person who will be responsible for the booking).
Three bedrooms: 1 x ground floor king-size double with en-suite shower, basin, WC, 1 x ground floor family room with king-size double & 2'6" single, 1 x tower room with solid oak four poster double, accessed by steep stairs. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin, WC. Large, fitted kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with doors to patio & beautiful views.
About the location
Sleights 1 mile; Whitby 3 miles; Sandsend 5 miles.
The village of Aislaby is located in the beautiful rolling countryside of the Esk Valley, overlooking Sleights and just three miles from Whitby. A small rural village, quiet and secluded, Aislaby is a thriving community of pretty sandstone cottages clustered around a main street and a thriving community served by the old church and Forge Inn. By cycling, walking, or driving in the surrounding area, guests can visit Egton's famous church of St Hedda with its painted ceiling, walk through the beautiful Arncliffe Woods, discover the historic North Yorkshire Moors Railway at Grosmont, or explore the old mill on the banks of the River Esk. The location is also ideal for exploring the spectacular North York Moors and the many small fishing villages and resort towns of this beautiful coastline. Nearby Whitby, once the home of Captain James Cook, is a charming, atmospheric town of winding streets and hidden alleys, with a picturesque harbour, safe sandy beaches, a broad range of eateries and award-winning fish and chips, and of course the Abbey, which inspired Bram Stoker, reached by the famous 199 steps. For culture lovers, a day trip to the city of York, with its famous minster, the Jorvik Viking Centre, and National Railway Museum will be a fantastic addition to your break.