4.6★ Very good Sykes rating Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1 Pets Yes Show on map Features Off road parking Ground floor accommodation Ground floor bedroom Garden / Patio Cot available Highchair available Pub/shop < 1 mile Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities 23 Customer Reviews "Very much enjoyed our stay at Robins Nest, lovely well equipped cottage," Reviewed by AllenMay 2022 "The cottage was lovely really clean and comfortable." The only downside was the strong gassy smell which we presumed was from the toilet system. However apart from that we had no complaints and would definitely come back again. Reviewed by JanetteMar 2022 "Lovely clean well equipped cottage" Reviewed by StephenJan 2022 "A mirror near a socket would be good for drying hair, and a more noticeable sign as its quite hard to find when you first arrive." Reviewed by PaulJan 2022 "Great cosy little dog-friendly cottage." Everything perfect thank you so much.? Reviewed by BeverleyDec 2021 "Robin's Nest is well equipped, clean and comfortable." It was cold during our stay, but the central heating kept us cosy and there was everything we needed to cook meals in plus information about local pubs, restaurants and shops if we wanted to eat out. Lots of walks, bike rides and tourist information included. One of the walks Alan suggested in the dry valleys of the Wolds was the highlight of our stay and we were blessed with glorious sunshine in November. We did have a bit of difficulty finding Robin's Nest when we arrived, but Alan also said he had asked Sykes to clarify the directions on the listing, but this had not happened. If you approach from Leven it is the first entrance on the RHS after a slight LH bend with a fiingerpost and a layby on the LHS. You don't actually go as far as the first signs for Brandesburton and if you get to the Blue Rose Country Park you have missed it. Reviewed by LesleyNov 2021 "We would have liked there to be a light at the entrance to the driveway as on a night time it was dark and you couldn’t see the sign." The small solar lights are not powerful enough. Reviewed by LindaOct 2021 "Disappointed there was no washing or ironing facilities." Also the cottage had velux windows But no way of opening them. So it made the bathroom especially musky & damp. We were sorry and surprised that your stay at Robin’s Nest did not meet your expectations, especially as we have previously received such positive feedback from our guests. We wonder if you might have read the description for our other cottage, PIppistrelle, which is much larger and does have laundry facilities. Robin's Nest is a cosy one bedroom cottage, it is not advertised as having a washing machine or iron and does not have the space for a washing machine to be fitted. With regard to the velux window this will open but it’s primary purpose is for lighting, a fan is fitted for ventilation and a heated towel rail for any damp towels. We take a great deal of pride in ensuring our cottages are cleaned to a high standard and appreciate all comments and recommendations from our guests. We will add an iron, as this may be useful to other guests who choose to attend a race meeting. We sincerely hope that you find a more acceptable accommodation for your next vacation. Property Owner Reviewed by StevenSep 2021 "Fantastic location, cottage was very well equipped." Garden was good for the dog. Definitely will return Reviewed by KatherineSep 2021 "We thoroughly enjoyed our break in Robins Nest, which is ideal for a couple." Had slight difficulty initially locating the property, so clearer roadside signage would help. Reviewed by AileenAug 2021 "We had a marvelous week, Would recommend this holiday cottage Lovely owners Thank you" Reviewed by BenAug 2021 "Your location guidance was hopeless - took us half an hour to finally locate the cottage!" Reviewed by BillJun 2021 "The owner was extremely understanding when we had to leave a day early because our cat was unwell." Reviewed by HazelJun 2021 "Lovely cottage very quiet and peaceful and great value for money" Reviewed by AnnetteMay 2021 "Yes! I emailed Sykes on 14/5/21 and have not had the courtesy of a reply!" !I I also rang Sykes the same day and after waiting almost fifteen minutes I hung up. This is not good for any business. Blaming COVID is not an excuse either. Any business that cannot be contacted by it's customers doesn't deserve to succeed. Reviewed by MalcolmMay 2021 "A good location for a quiet and peaceful stay." The cottage is small and compact. The owners have done a great job in converting the barns into 2 cottages and to a good standard. The patio area is a real sun trap for those wanting to get a tan but also has plenty of shade throughout the day. All in all we had a great stay and would recommend the cottage. The only negative would be the fridge didn’t have a freezer department. Reviewed by PaulMay 2021 "Just simply great!" Reviewed by LesleyOct 2020 "Only two things I could fault, no means of opening the velox windows for fresh air, ( had to stand on a chair,) and the other point was being 6’2” the bed was too short for me to be comfortable, mainly due to the bed having a foot board." Other than that it was a great retreat, and really lovey owners in the farm house next door. Good feedback left in the visitors book in the cottage. Reviewed by JohnOct 2020 "First class property." Reviewed by ClaireAug 2020 "Our holiday accommodation was exactly as discribe, clean everything you needed and comfortable the small courtyard was a great place to sit and eat in the evenings a real sun trap during the day too." The only thing I could say would possibility be a sweeper or broom would help to keep the floors free of dust and grass during your stay. Owners were very friendly and approachable. Would recommend to friends. Reviewed by LorraineAug 2020 "We really enjoyed the peace and quiet of this lovely cottage." Having the secluded, enclosed patio at the rear of the cottage was ideal for the dog and when the sun was shining it was a sun trap for most of the day. This cottage provided everything we needed for a very relaxing holiday. The owners were welcoming and attentive but not intrusive. We enjoyed a variety of walks in the surrounding area and it was only a short drive to some excellent sandy beaches. Reviewed by KennethJul 2020 "Enjoyed the property and the surrounding area." Reviewed by AlanJul 2020 "The sofa is very uncomfortable and the tv is very dated." A lovely cottage type sofa and arm chair would improve this property 100%. Apart from that this cottage is lovely and in a great location and excellent for dog walks, especially Beverley. Reviewed by StevenFeb 2020 Show more Summary All-ground-floor One double bedroom Shower room with rain shower, basin and WC Open-plan living room with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area Sofa bed. Calor gas central heating Gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge TV and WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Off-road parking Enclosed patio area with furniture One well-behaved pet welcome Sorry, no smoking Shop and pub less than 1 mile The property Nestled between the villages of Leven and Brandesburton, in the East Riding of Yorkshire, is this charming property, Robin's Nest Cottage. Set all on the ground floor, the property has been renovated to a high-standard with contemporary fittings and furnishings, perfectly suited for couples looking for a quiet country retreat. Enter the homely open-plan living space into a kitchen, dining area and sitting room all with muted green walls and laminate floors. The kitchen has all the appliances needed for cooking up some delicious meals; gas oven and hob, fridge and microwave with an adjacent dining area to enjoy a sociable evening over a home cooked meal. During quieter evenings step through the doors into the rear enclosed patio where you can sit and relax in the warmth of the afternoon sun or curl up on the sofa and unwind in front of the TV before retiring to the tastefully furnished double bedroom. While you're in the area, take a long walk with your canine companion through the glorious East Yorkshire countryside or along the Leven Canal to the local fishing ponds and then return to delight in the spacious shower room of the Robin’s Nest for a long soak at the end of the day. Wander from the property to the local butcher or grocery shop in the nearby villages of Leven or Brandesburton or linger a little longer with a meal out; Italian or Chinese, or perhaps something more traditional from the village pub or fish and chip shop. Indulge in the rich history of the ancient market town of Beverley less than 7 miles away, boasting the beautiful Beverley Minster and Treasure House Gallery as well as a multiplex cinema, theatre and leisure centre. For those seeking sea and sand the thriving coastal town of Hornsea, less than 7 miles away, boasts the largest natural inland lake in the country and is an excellent choice for a relaxing afternoon playing beach games or a picnic on the golden sands. Robin's Nest Cottage is the ultimate choice for experiencing the very best of country and coast. View on map About the location BRANDESBURTON Hornsea 6.5 miles; Beverley 9.7 miles. The small village of Brandesburton lies in the East Riding of Yorkshire between Hornsea and Beverley. Surrounded by open countryside, this small village hosts two local shops, two traditional village inns, three restaurants/takeaways - Chinese, Italian and Fish and Chips, a nearby golf course and a small village green, plus numerous fishing ponds and nearby watersports facilities. There is a nearby indoor market and car boot sale every Sunday at Skirlington. The seaside town of Hornsea lies just under 7 miles to the east and offers traditional seaside amenities with long golden sands, extensive promenade and ornamental gardens, tea rooms and pubs. A short drive from Brandesburton brings you to the historic market town of Beverley with its majestic minster, independent shops and rich array of quality restaurants, trendy cafes and cobbled market square. Brandesburton is well placed for visiting the numerous stately homes and gardens in the area, including Burton Agnes Hall, Sledmere House and Burton Constable Hall.