Kennel Master Cottage is a charming stone-built cottage, the former kennel at Sneaton Hall in the North York Moors National Park.
With its extremely cosy feel and the wonders of North Yorkshire at your fingertips, this is an ideal base for a memorable holiday.
Enter this terraced cottage into the splendid conservatory area, kick back and relax on the comfortable seating.
Step through into the stylish sitting room, compact and welcoming with plenty of snug seating and a TV to sit and watch when you're not out exploring this incredible region.
Three steps lead down into the kitchen/diner, its exposed stonework, stunning gas range cooker, Belfast sink and wooden dining table give it a rustic, country-cottage feel.
The two bedrooms at the property are reached from separate staircases; the carpeted stairs lead you to the delightful single room whilst the wooden open tread staircase presents the splendid king-size bedroom and the crisp, white bathroom.
When the sun comes out, head outside to the enclosed patio garden where you can enjoy a refreshing drink or perhaps an alfresco meal.
Sneaton is a wonderfully tranquil village with its quality village pub, the Wilson Arms.
From here you can reach some wonderful destinations and attractions including the beautiful port of Whitby and the ever-popular seaside resort of Scarborough.
You can also easily tour the luscious countryside of the North York Moors, with some spectacular rural views on offer.
A wonderfully furnished cottage in a fabulous Yorkshire location.
About the location
Whitby 3 miles; Scarborough 21 miles.
The small rural village of Sneaton lies in an elevated position, just 3 miles from Whitby, and 21 miles from Scarborough. Pretty stone cottages line the main street, and the local pub - a traditional inn, with a welcoming open fire and beamed ceilings - offers excellent local fayre. Close by is Beacon Farm, which produces wonderful ice cream and also has a tea room and farm shop. Sneaton is a wonderful location for walkers, and numerous public footpaths can be found around the village, notably the Monks Trod; an ancient stone path that monks followed to worship at Whitby Abbey. Down the road lies the village of Ruswarp, where visitors can go boating on the River Esk, make use of the small golf course, or visit the locally renowned butcher’s shop. The famous fishing port of Whitby is only a short drive away, with its cobbled streets and alleys, good beaches, excellent restaurants, and array of cafes. A must for any holidaymaker!