Danby, North Yorkshire
Robin Hoods Bay, North Yorkshire
Tucked away in the heart of Robin Hood’s Bay, this 17th-century cottage is an idyllic coastal bolt-hole for couples yearning to explore and enjoy beautiful sandy beaches and the crashing waves of the sea.
This cosy barn conversion was refurbished to create a stylish and welcoming property perfect for a romantic countryside getaway, close to the coast at Robin Hood’s Bay.
Bolton Percy, North Yorkshire
An attractive cottage for two guests, close to Robin Hood’s Bay on the North Yorkshire coast. A superb prospect if you are looking for a couples’ break in the countryside.
Sedbergh, Yorkshire Dales
Uniquely located in both Cumbria and the Yorkshire Dales, this romantic retreat is an ideal place for a couple to escape together and enjoy a relaxed weekend or a few days hiking and exploring a renowned UK landscape.
Scarborough, North Yorkshire
Perfect for a couple, this beautiful, quirky property has one of the hottest addresses in Scarborough, set within an historic building close to the Rotunda Museum and Spa Bridge.
Settle (1.1mls N), North Yorkshire
A perfect property for those looking to get away, with surrounding countryside proving a variety of walks and cycle routes to explore, or head further afield to Kirby Lonsdale or Kendal.
Osmotherley, North Yorkshire
This charming cottage with an abundance of character in the North York Moors is an idyllic retreat for families looking to explore the natural treasures in the surrounding countryside.
Helmsley, North Yorkshire
This imaginatively converted Grade II listed former church offers cosy, welcoming and unique accommodation for couples looking for a lovely retreat on the outskirts of the beautiful North York Moors.
A bright and airy seaside cottage located in the heart of the quaint fishing village that is Robin Hood's Bay, perfectly appointed to explore the stunning Yorkshire coastline with all its attractions.
Ideally located with a vast amount of surrounding countryside, perfect for nature lovers and those wanting to explore on foot or two wheels, or head further up to Malhamdale
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