A heart-warming, end-terrace cottage resting in the village of Briggswath close to the centre of Whitby, full of charm and spectacular features.
Whether you are planning a relaxing family holiday or a short break with friends, this characterful, modern cottage is the place to be.
The ground floor is home to a wonderful open-plan living area, centred by a bay window which you can enjoy whilst relaxing on the sofa or collection of arm chairs.
The woodburner promises an abundance of snug evenings, and the dining area lies nearby so you can feel right at home as you gather together with your loved ones.
At the other side, a beautiful contemporary kitchen has been designed to a lovely standard, elevated by pendant lighting and a skylight, for an all-round elegant feel.
The first floor houses a family bathroom finished with a roll-top bath and a white suite that encourages you to unwind after a long day.
A single bedroom and a double are all you need for a peaceful sleep, knitted together with soft furnishings, bedside lamps and a calming neutral style.
For more of this, the double bedroom is accessed from a second flight of stairs, tucked away with its hillside views and A-frame ceiling that creates a cosy little hideaway.
If you are looking for some additional 'me time' the lounge opens out to a small courtyard, perfect for a refreshing drink or simply enjoying some fresh air.
Adventure into Briggswath which contains a Wesleyan chapel built in 1820 and a selection of amenities to explore.
Situated approximately two miles from Whitby and 17 miles from the market town of Pickering, this picturesque village makes for an ideal touring base.
All you need for a well-earned getaway.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x second floor king-size double with TV, 1 x first floor double, 1 x first floor single. First floor bathroom with roll-top bath, basin and WC. Ground floor open plan sitting, kitchen and dining area with woodburner.
About the location
Whitby 2 miles; Pickering 17 miles.
Briggswath is a quiet neighbourhood in a sought-after part of the village of Sleights, resting on the north side of the River Esk, and is named after one of the medieval bridges. The village used to be part of the parish of Aislaby, which sits above it on the edge of the moors, but is now part of the parish of Eskdaleside-cum-Ugglebarnby, forming a small triangle on the north side of the Esk. The village contains a Wesleyan chapel built in 1820. A wide range of shops, primary schools (at both Sleights and Ruswarp), a church and doctor's surgery make up the charming location. Briggswath lies approximately two miles from Whitby and 17 miles from the market town of Pickering, with plenty more amenities and attractions to explore.