A cosy link-detached Victorian coach house in a quiet residential area, close to the South Bay of the popular seaside town of Scarborough.
Beautifully presented throughout, this Scarborough cottage offers warm and comfortable accommodation for families and friends wanting to enjoy the many attractions of this vibrant resort, but be within close proximity to the North York Moors National Park.
The welcoming sitting room has an electric fire set in a marble fire surround, and there are three pretty upstairs bedrooms and one ground floor double bedroom.
This ground floor bedroom is adjacent to a wet room.
The well-equipped kitchen has a traditional terracotta tiled floor, Belfast sink and modern units with wooden work tops.
With a large dining table to one end, this bright and cheerful room provides a lovely sociable space for a family meal.
Outside this North York Moors cottage, there is a private and secluded gravelled courtyard garden, with mature shrubs and high wooden lockable gates - a lovely, sheltered spot to sit and relax in the sunshine.
The courtyard garden also has the added benefit of secure off road parking for three cars.
A few minutes’ walk brings you to an excellent parade of shops, with tea rooms, pubs, restaurants and independent retailers, whilst the beach and sea front are just a little further.
The popular town of Scarborough offers something for everyone, with colourful ornamental gardens, sandy beaches, amusements, museums, great restaurants, famous theatres, castle ruins and a sea life sanctuary.
With the stunning surrounding countryside and moors to explore and pretty coastal villages to discover, this cottage is perfect at any time of the year.
Four bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request), 1 x ground floor double with TV, 1 x double, 1 x little twin. Bathroom with small bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC. Ground floor wet room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room with electric fire.
About the location
Pickering 17 miles; Whitby 20 miles; York 40 miles.
Popular since Victorian times, the vibrant seaside town of Scarborough retains many of its original fine buildings, parks and gardens, as well as its historic castle which overlooks the town. North Bay and South Bay provide two superb stretches of beautiful, golden sandy beaches, popular with families and small children. There are a number of child friendly activities and many excellent visitor attractions for grown-ups too, including the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough Spa and Scarborough Open Air Theatre for live music. Scarborough is a great location for outdoor activities, with golf courses, lovely coastal walks along the Cleveland Way, stunning cycle routes such as the old railway to Whitby, beautiful sailing and championship quality surfing. Add to this all the usual seaside entertainment and bustling promenades located close to the beach and Scarborough is the destination with something for everyone. Ideally situated for touring the coastline and the moors, Scarborough is an ideal base for a fun-filled break.
Note: Max 6 adults, 2 children under 12 including infants