A pretty, stone semi-detached property, imaginatively converted from former farm buildings on the owners' smallholding, in the peaceful village of Staintondale, half way between Whitby and Scarborough.
Sympathetically restored, this Staintondale cottage is just perfect for a romantic holiday or a small family break.
This delightful Staintondale cottage oozes charm and character, with exposed timbers, boarded doors and quirky low windows.
Tastefully furnished, the cosy open plan living area has a warming woodburning stove, small dining area and well-equipped kitchen, providing very comfortable accommodation.
Outside this Staintondale cottage is a shared lawned area - a lovely spot to sit and relax in the sun and to take in the glorious panoramic views over open countryside, forestry and sea.
Guests are welcome to explore the fields and wood and meet the friendly Shetland ponies, the Highland cows and the black sheep!
Just down the road is the Pesky Husky trekking centre, while there are wonderful walks straight from the door of this Staintondale cottage.
Enjoy the many delights of the area including hidden coves and beaches, exhilarating cliff top walks and coastal villages such as Ravenscar and Robin Hood's Bay.
Be sure to allow time to drive five minutes to Ravenscar, where you can walk down to the foot of the cliffs to view the seal colony - a wonderful sight, not to be missed.
Ideally placed, a lovely Staintondale cottage to recharge the batteries all year round.
Note: This property adjoins Ref. 1196 and together they can accommodate up to 8 people.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 2 x single (both very small rooms with limited headroom - more suitable for children). Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Cosy, open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove.