Set in a stunning location in a gorgeous seaside village on the magnificent North Yorkshire coast, this delightful cottage provides comfortable and cosy accommodation for families and couples alike.
This sweet little three-bedroom holiday cottage is set in the gorgeous seaside village of Sandsend, just a few miles North of Whitby. With its stunning location, sea views and charming interiors, it's the perfect coastal cottage for families and couples alike.
There is so much to love at this pretty stone cottage. Set in an elevated position looking down over the village, everything from the name to the fabulous view gives you a warm happy feeling! Step inside to discover interiors which have been given an understated elegant appeal.
At the heart of the home is the lovely sitting room which enjoys dual aspect windows: to the front, you have views out over the village and down to the sea and to the rear out onto the patio and cottage garden. Curl up on one of two large comfy sofas and warm your toes by the flame-effect gas fire, the perfect way to end a bracing walk along Sandsend Beach. The TV has an internet-based Sky Now TV box for your use along with a DVD player and some box sets to get you started. Wi-Fi is provided too.
Next door you'll find the open-plan kitchen and dining area, a cosy and intimate space, again enjoying glorious views. The kitchen is well equipped to provide you with everything you'll need on holiday including a dishwasher and washing machine. The dining table sits right by the window so you can look out to sea over breakfast. Heavenly! All three bedrooms in the cottage are set upstairs; two double rooms and a sweet twin room with full-size bunk beds. The property will sleep up to 6 adults, however for comfort the cottage is more suited to 4 adults and 2 children. The family bathroom is also upstairs. There's a bath to sink into each evening and a shower overhead too.
Outside, the cottage boasts front and rear gardens. Enjoy your morning coffee on the bench to the front of the cottage, looking down directly over the village and to the beach. And for those al fresco lunches, move around to the rear and settle down with a bottle of something lovely on one of two patios. It's a very pleasant sheltered little spot with a cottage-style garden and patio furniture. The shed is also home to deck-chairs with buckets and spades if you fancy a mooch down to the beach.