A beautifully presented converted chapel located in the heart of the small village of Cloughton near to Scarborough on the North Yorkshire coast.
Beautifully furnished throughout to provide spacious and well-equipped accommodation, the cottage is ideal for families and friends who wish to spend time together in this lovely part of North Yorkshire.
Upon entering the property guests are greeted by the large open living area, which has a stylish fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
Guests can warm up besides the woodburning stove or open the French doors and sit outside in the courtyard with a morning coffee whilst they plan the day.
Retire up the sleek spiral staircase to the two comfortable bedrooms featuring exposed beams and traditional vaulted ceilings.
The pretty village of Cloughton sits just on the edge of North York Moors National Park, with many walking routes to explore it’s the perfect base for those who love the great outdoors.
Close by is the ‘Cinder Track’, a disused railway now popular with walkers, cyclists and equestrians.
There are two pubs in the village where visitors can enjoy a refreshing drink or delicious meal at the end of the day.
Just a short distance from Cloughton is the vibrant seaside town of Scarborough which features two superb stretches of sandy beaches, a historic castle and an abundance of visitor attractions to explore.
A wonderful cottage, Old Chapel can be enjoyed by all.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove.
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About the location
Scarborough 4 miles; Ravenscar 5 miles; Robin Hood's Bay 11 miles; Whitby 14 miles.
Cloughton lies 4 miles north of Scarborough, on the edge of the North York Moors National Park. With mainly old cottages lining the main street and more modern developments behind, the village has two pubs on the main street and two on the outskirts. Close by is the popular 'Cinder Track', a disused 23 mile long railway track, that's now used for walking, cycling and horse riding. There is easy access to the Cleveland Way long distance trail that hugs the cliff top as it winds its way to Hayburn Wyke, a rocky cove with a waterfall and inn, Robin Hood's Bay and beyond to the north and south to Scarborough. Popular since Victorian times, this vibrant seaside town retains many of its original fine buildings, parks and gardens, as well as its historic castle which overlooks the town. North Bay and South Bay provide two superb stretches of beautiful, golden sandy beaches, popular with families and small children. There are a number of child friendly activities and many excellent visitor attractions for grown-ups too, including the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough Spa and Scarborough Open Air Theatre for live music. Scarborough is a great location for outdoor activities, with golf courses, lovely coastal walks along the Cleveland Way, stunning cycle routes such as the old railway to Whitby, beautiful sailing and championship quality surfing. Add to this all the usual seaside entertainment and bustling promenades located close to the beach and Scarborough is the destination with something for everyone. Ideally situated for touring the coastline and the moors, Scarborough is an ideal base for a fun-filled break.