Situated in Robin Hood's Bay exclusive and beautiful cobbled street, this pet-friendly cottage is just metres from the beach, offering flexible accommodation for four to six people.
Situated in a truly stunning spot along the Yorkshire coast, the picturesque village of Robin Hood’s Bay is a delightful gem with quaint cottages set beneath towering, brooding cliffs. This idyllic destination is perfect for a cosy retreat where you can embrace the village’s unusual architecture and uncover the fascinating secrets of the smugglers of yesteryear. Strolling down the street, you can call in at the well-stocked shop and the friendly pub for some delicious traditional fish and chips. The surrounding region offers a multitude of beauty spots to explore, including Sneaton Forest with its famous Falling Foss Waterfall, or you can take a walk along the beach to Ravenscar.
This colourful, fresh and spacious cottage is approached via a little passage which is just off the main street of this idyllic coastal village. Take the low stone steps up to the entrance and go through the welcoming vestibule, which is a handy place to leave behind your coats and muddy boots. The bright and welcoming lounge/diner invites you in with its airy interior where you will find comfortable sofas, a selection of books to browse and a choice of DVDs to watch on the TV on a lazy evening. The dining area is perfect for getting together to enjoy all your favourite dishes which you can prepare in the small but fully equipped kitchen. This features everything you might need to rustle up a delicious home-cooked meal including an electric oven and hob and a useful fridge. Behind the door, a narrow staircase leads up to the first floor where you will find a sweet bedroom with a super-king-size bed which can be made up as a twin room on request. This charming room also has a feature fireplace and ample space to unpack and store your things. Start your day in the large walk-in shower in the refreshing shower room next door. Head up a second staircase where you will find a relaxing double bedroom with a TV and a skylight set in the low sloping ceiling.
Go outside and step across the passage and into the charming separate annexe: perfect if you want to extend your group up to six guests. The self-contained annexe makes a cosy bolthole and features a comfortable sofa bed, TV, a kitchenette with a fridge and microwave, and a handy en-suite shower room.
The property doesn’t offer private parking, but you can purchase a long-stay permit from Scarborough Council.