This comfortable end terrace cottage is located in the village of Skipsea, just one mile from the beach.
From a romantic getaway to a refreshing break, couples can enjoy a heart warming holiday, whatever the time of year.
Upon entering you will arrive at a sitting room, overlooked by exposed beams and tied together with an open fire.
Relax on the patterned sofa's with a good book or watch TV in this cosy set up.
Further round a well equipped kitchen is light and friendly, with soft coloured fittings that create a soothing place to prepare your favourite meals from morning through to evening.
Rest at the small table for breakfast or dinner, however you please.
On the next floor you will arrive at a spacious bathroom, hosting both a bath and a corner shower, ideal for getting ready or relaxing at the end of an afternoon.
The seaside theme is very calming and views of the countryside make a heart-warming backdrop.
A king-size bedroom is nearby, home to pretty bedside lamps and a charming dressing table that lies to the side.
On a nice day, the enclosed garden is ideal for resting under the sun, and enjoying some quiet time.
Skipsea is a characterful village, home to a general store, tea room and a pub.
The surrounding countryside is excellent for walking and cycling, whilst the nearby seaside towns of Bridlington and Filey boast long sandy beaches.
Be at one with this wonderful location.
About the location
Hornsea 6 miles; Bridlington 9 miles; Driffield 11 miles; Beverley 15 miles.
The village of Skipsea is situated in the Yorkshire Wolds, in a typically rural setting surrounded by rich, agricultural land, yet Skipsea also sits within one mile of the beach and is close to the cliffs of the North Sea. The village has its own Post Office, general store and tea room, a hairdresser’s and a pub. Many of the houses in the village, both old and new, use cobbles from the sea shore in the building. Just outside the village are the remains of Skipsea Castle. The surrounding countryside is excellent for walking and cycling, whilst the nearby seaside towns of Bridlington and Filey boast long sandy beaches and numerous resort attractions. The Deep Submarium at Hull, Sledmere House and Burton Constable Hall are within 20 miles, whilst the shops, cathedral and museum of historic York, the resort town of Scarborough and the North Yorks Moors Steam Railway at Pickering are within an hour’s drive, and Whitby is just a little further, making Skipsea a superb base for a relaxing holiday.