A brick-built semi-detached property, centrally situated in the charming seaside village of Flamborough.
Traditionally furnished and decorated, this attractive Flamborough cottage would appeal to families or friends wishing to stay in a quiet location, but within easy reach of the popular resorts of Bridlington and Scarborough.
Offering very comfortable accommodation throughout, this Flamborough cottage has a bright and cheerful sitting room with French doors opening onto the separate dining room.
With a modern kitchen and bathroom, this cottage in Flamborough makes an excellent holiday home.
Outside this Flamborough cottage is a rear, enclosed garden with patio, providing a pleasant spot to sit and enjoy the sunshine.
This quaint village hosts good amenities, including a local shop, pubs serving food, and fish and chips.
A fifteen minute walk brings you to the beach with caves and rock pools to explore, whilst the chalk cliffs offer spectacular cliff top walks, with colonies of nesting birds to see.
Follow the local nature trails or enjoy fun-filled family days at nearby Bridlington and Filey, with their long, sandy beaches, donkey rides and good range of eateries.
For a bit of culture, visit the numerous stately homes and gardens in the area, including Sewerby Hall, Sledmere House and Burton Agnes.
With something for everyone in the vicinity, this Flamborough cottage is an ideal choice.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Dining room. Sitting room with gas fire.
About the location
Bridlington 4 miles; Filey 7 miles; Scarborough 18 miles.
The pretty village of Flamborough occupies a superb setting, perched on a picturesque peninsula on the East Coast of Yorkshire, 4 miles from Bridlington. Housing traditional fishermen's cottages and a small selection of welcoming pubs and restaurants, Flamborough also has much to offer the rambler, historian and birdwatcher. There are spectacular cliffs, which form an eight mile stretch of Heritage coastline, and at Flamborough Head, stand two historic lighthouses, one of which is the oldest one in Britain, built in 1674. To the north of the village, the magnificent 400 feet high cliffs are home to one of the largest colonies of nesting sea birds in England. Discover the puffins at Bempton, follow the fascinating natural trails at South Landing and the wooded ravine at Danes Dyke, or explore the smugglers’ caves at North Landing. Enjoy a spot of fishing or a boat trip to explore the sea caves. Flamborough Head is a wonderful place for anyone who enjoys beautiful coastal scenery and bracing sea air.