This detached, stone former coach house, lies on the edge of the small scattered village of Staintondale, between Scarborough and Whitby.
Set within the North York Moors National Park, it is an ideal base for families or groups of friends to explore both the nearby dramatic coastline and the stunning surrounding scenery.
Inside, there is a welcoming sitting room, with a cosy crackling open fire and character beams.
The separate dining room has a stone flagged floor and large glass patio doors, while the well-equipped country style kitchen is perfect for preparing tasty family meals.
With a ground floor single bedroom and bathroom, and an en-suite off the twin room, this comfortable property caters for all needs.
Outside, there is a small rear patio, ideal for guests to sit and relax with a morning coffee, before heading off for the day.
From the door, there are excellent walking and cycling opportunities, with the 23 mile Cinder Track just down the road and the clifftop Cleveland Way Trail just a little further.
The nearby traditional coastal resort of Scarborough is a delight, where the family can enjoy the classic seaside fun of building sandcastles, paddling in the sea, donkey rides and tackling candy floss, as well as trying your hand at surfing.
Stroll along the promenade, climb up to the castle ruins, or wander around the pretty gardens, including Peasholm Park.
The fresh sea air will whet your appetite and there is plenty of choice, with cafes, bistros and good restaurants to tempt you, along with renowned fish and chips.
With the spectacular scenery of the North York Moors to explore, plus Whitby and quaint coastal villages such as Robin Hood's Bay to visit, your first visit to this charming cottage won't be your last.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin with en-suite freestanding bath, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor single. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room. Sitting room with open fire.