4.1★ Tourist Board rating Tourist Board ratings icon Tourist Board ratings icon Tourist Board ratings icon 4 Guests 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom Pets Yes Features Off road parking Garden / Patio Pub/shop < 1 mile Washing machine Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search All reviews cottage (12) clean (9) nice (9) comfortable (7) lovely (7) bed (7) 27 Customer Reviews "We had a lovely week here, great cottage with good facilities." The village of scalby is very nice with some lovely walks, nice pubs and a village shop. A very good base for visiting Scarborough, Whitby and Bridlington. Reviewed by Chris4.7★Feb 2024 "The cottage has been cleaned to a higher standard this visit and everything ..." The cottage has been cleaned to a higher standard this visit and everything works okay Will be be back again next year Thanks Reviewed by S3.8★Sep 2023 "The written directions weren't very accurate but the post code was spot on." The cup's weren't very clean so we had to bleach them other than that, very nice. Reviewed by Chris4.7★Sep 2023 "Lovely place in a beautiful setting, the views are amazing out the back." The beds are very comfortable and fresh, but the the drawers in the right hand bedroom need fixing as the bottom one is broken. However the ground floor has a beautiful wood flooring which would be nice if it were clean. The living room looks like it hasn't been cleaned for sometime, there's loads of muck under the sofas. The windows in the living room didn't open and given the weather conditions it was uncomfortably hot. This is the second time we've stayed in this cottage, and would certainly stay again, it would be nicer if it was clean on arrival Reviewed by Barbara3.4★Jun 2023 "Dirty and Broken." toilet flush broken (reported by previous guests). Reported and very reluctant to do anything, blamed previous guest for "meddling with it". It is BROKEN it JAMS when you try to flush, it has a hole in it, it is dirty. Said would sort it out "first thing". Well "first thing" didn't happen. Shower controller broken (reported by previous guests). Temp controller did not stay in place, rotated so shower got hotter and hotter, risk of scalding. 3 days later shower controller was replaced. But why not fix the toilet at the same time? Black mould in shower cubicle especially on mosaic tiles. Whole cottage is very dirty including plate draining rack, venetian blinds and mirrors. It is not just wear and tear, it is ingrained dirt, this place has not had a proper clean in many months. Website says cottage available from 5pm. Said it would be ready at 4pm. A pity he did not spend the hour fron 4 to 5pm actually cleaning the place. Sykes have gone down in my estimation by continuing to list a property in this state. Reviewed by Greta1.9★Jul 2022 "Could be cleaner beds nice and clean we had to wash the drinking glasses and Mugs before use" Reviewed by David3.8★Jun 2022 "Very basic and very overpriced." Kitchen equipment poor. No casserole dishes to put in oven. No basins or jugs no teapot no spatula or big spoon. The oven wasn’t clean. I found large slugs on the kitchen floor on two occasions late at night. The windows downstairs don’t open and there is no fan. Consequently it got very stuffy. The light bulb in the lounge lamp had not been replaced although it had be reported previously. The bed linen and towels were clean and fresh. The bedding and the towels were fine . Reviewed by Pauline3.1★Jun 2022 "Nice cottage, outlook bleak, seating outside covered in pine needles, sink plughole in shower room blocked, toilet sisters button broken, no blackout blinds or curtains in the bedrooms, parking area inadequate for larger cars." Reviewed by Mary3.1★May 2022 "Nice cottage in good location." There was just a small problem there was a dip in of the beds . Reviewed by Dianne5.0★Apr 2022 "Beautiful cottage in an ideal spot, enclosed bbq area needs gate fixing." Close to shops, cafe and pub. Excellent place for walking and also buses to Scarborough and whitby. Only small niggle was the dust in the living room, under the sofas and on the window sill. I will definitely stay here again. Reviewed by Barbara4.7★Feb 2022 "Value for money, as the saying goes "it does what it says on the tin!" " Good location etc. Will soon need a bit of tlc. but good for now. Light bulb needed in lounge lamp and battery for kitchen clock. Nothing major to get stressed about. Reviewed by Michael4.1★Jan 2022 "Loved it,will be back nexr year" Reviewed by Robert5.0★Nov 2021 "WiFi has been added since we visited a couple of years ago which was an added bonus." Visited the Plough pub in the village, great food. Well worth a visit. Reviewed by Helen3.8★Jul 2021 "Top shelf in fridge broken, also no light in fridge, although it did work." clock on wall not working 2 out of a set of three coffee tables had broken legs the dining room blinds wouldn't close maybe only small niggles, but I advised the contact person who said it would be sorted. It wasn't while I was there. Reviewed by Heather4.1★Jul 2021 "A lovely cottage, very clean and comfortable in a stunning location." Would highly recommend. Reviewed by Brenda5.0★Jun 2021 "Ideally located in a picutresque part of Scarborough and for exploring the North Yorkshire countryside and coast." The cottage was comfortable and warm with a reasonably well equipted kitchen. General clenliness of the property was poor, dusty, cobwebs, and a bit grubby in most rooms. The fridge is rather old but works fine and the same goes for the microwave. We definetly would consider it again but think it was relatively overpriced for the quality of the cottage. Reviewed by Martin3.4★Apr 2021 "We really enjoyed our stay and found the property comfortable and spacious." Short drive to the town centre and beaches. Definitely recommend it . Reviewed by Lynette4.7★Aug 2020 "Given the current pandemic the property wasn't clean it needed to be better especially as extra time was allowed before check-in." Reviewed by Dorothy1.9★Aug 2020 "The cottage was spacious and parking was easy." There was plenty of room to store our belongings. In general the cottage was a good standard but some updating is needed. A bathroom cabinet and a full length mirror are needed. Reviewed by Louise4.1★Jul 2020 "We had a lovely time staying in this cottage." Perfect location especially if you have a dog. Woke up to deer in the back garden! Excellent for places to go and nearby coastal towns and moors. Would definitely recommend. Cottage comfortable with everything you need. Reviewed by Joanne4.7★Sep 2019 "Nice enough accommodation but lacking homeliness (and loo roll!" After a long drive to get there it would have been good to have had just one roll..) Strong smell of damp plaster throughout. Otherwise a functional place to stay for a short break. Reviewed by David3.4★Jul 2018 "Lovely village location." Spotlessly clean with all mod cons.Very close to amenities and lovely countryside walks for us and our little dog,regular local bus runs every half hr into SCARBOROUGH and WHITBY,superb sports complex in village with ex tennis courts and bowling green.Nice comfy beds,large bathroom and ex kitchen diner,nice lounge with 2 sofas and modern tv with free view.No wi fi but in our case big plus as nice to just shut the door and chill out for a change,3 pubs within half mile plus village shop and 2 superb TEA ROOMS with cakes to die for.Di not really want to come home such a lovely place to be.Def be back next year. Reviewed by Brian4.4★Jun 2018 "Cottage was very clean & comfortable." Only downside was it looked a bit tired looking on the outside & could do with a bit of a paint up. Enjoyed our stay & would go there again. Reviewed by Tracy4.7★May 2018 "A very wet Easter so a lovely hot shower was well appreciated." Close proximity to the centre of the village was most useful Reviewed by Rusty5.0★Mar 2018 "Good location with excellent eating out options." Nice and quiet, comfortable beds. Nothing to complain about! Reviewed by David5.0★Aug 2017 "We would have liked toilet upstairs." my husband has prostate problems and we both have joint problems so going up and down stairs in the night was difficult otherwise it was a lovely enjoyable stay. Reviewed by Sandra4.6★Mar 2017 "Very relaxing great location" Reviewed by Heather4.8★Aug 2016 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary First floor:two double bedrooms Ground floor: shower room with shower, basin and WC Fitted kitchen Dining room Sitting room. Gas central heating Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, shared tumble dryer in shed, Wi-Fi, TV All fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Off road parking for 1 car Communal decked garden area with BBQ Two well-behaved dogs welcome Sorry, no smoking Shop, inn and tea shop within 5 mins walk Note: £10.00 supplement for second dog. Please Note: There is a picturesque church near to the property with a working clock. The property A traditional terraced Scalby cottage, offering cosy accommodation in a courtyard setting. Close to moors and coast, ideally placed for touring. Note: This cottage is next to Refs. 6959 & 7333 and together they accommodate 11 people. Low Hall Cottages, Scalby A group of three attractive cottages in a courtyard setting, in the charming village of Scalby, less than three miles from the seaside town of Scarborough. Modernised with a contemporary feel, these Scalby cottages provide simple but comfortable accommodation. One of these Scalby cottages is single-storey, and has been adapted to be easily accessible for the less mobile. Outside these Scalby cottages, a communal decked courtyard offers a tranquil area to sit and relax. Scalby village has good amenities with a local inn, village shops and a tea room. Ideally located within an area of outstanding beauty, this district is perfect for walking and cycling the renowned Dalby Forest trails. With the seaside delights of Scarborough close by, and the stunning North York Moors on the doorstep, these Scalby cottages provide the perfect location for a family holiday. View on map About the location SCALBY Scarborough 3 miles; Whitby 17 miles. The picturesque village of Scalby lies just 2.5 miles from the seaside resort of Scarborough. The village centre, with its stone cottages and Victorian houses, boasts good facilities, with a pub, two local shops, a quaint tea room, a hairdressers and a beauty salon. Surrounded by rolling hills and beautiful countryside, with thousands of hectares of moors and forest, it makes the perfect place to stay, with numerous public footpaths and the well-known Scalby Beck, which winds its way to the coast. A weekly farmers market is held in the grounds of St. Lawrence’s Church Rooms, selling local produce. With Scarborough on the doorstep, with its fine, sandy beaches, good restaurants and bustling town centre, Scalby provides a lovely retreat after a busy day out! Please Note: There is a picturesque church near to the property with a working clock.