- £316 per week
- £45 per night
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- 2 Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 double bed
- 2 single beds
- Washing machine
- 1 bathroom
- 1 WC
- Towels provided
- Family friendly
- Travel cot
- Garden, courtyard or patio
- Private parking
How far to...?
- Beach 1.5 miles
- Pub 2 miles
- Shop 2 miles
- Sea/coastal views
Important - please note
- Check in: 4pm
- Check out: 10am
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
This lovely stone-built cottage is centred around a pretty courtyard and is situated in Ravenscar, 'the town that never was' on the heritage coast. It is adjacent to Smuggler's Rock Country House, now a family-run B&B, which was built in 1840 as a temperance inn and used later on as a Coaching Inn and has links with smuggling which was flourishing on this part of the coast. The property is on a smallholding with lots of animals. This property is four-star graded, Visit England.
Entrance: Through patio area leading straight into
Kitchen: Fridge freezer, electric cooker with grill and oven, microwave, washing machine and dishwasher.
Lounge/Diner: Electric fire, TV with Freeview, DVD player, radio/CD player, dining table and chairs.
Bedroom 1: Double bed wardrobe, chest of drawers.
Bedroom 2: Twin 2ft 6" beds with chest of drawers and wardrobe.
Shower room: Power shower, toilet and washbasin.
Pets: Two dogs are welcome by arrangement at the time of booking. Dogs need to be minimum six months old and fully house trained on arrival date
Garden: Shared attractive patio/garden (not enclosed) with barbecue and garden furniture.
Parking: Private off-road parking.
Heating: Night storage heaters.
Short breaks: Not accepted at peak times.
Notes: Towels are provided. A travel cot and highchair are available upon request. Unlimited WiFi is available free of charge. This property does not allow smoking. Mobile phone signal is strong.
Pub: 2 miles, Shop: 2 miles.
Ravenscar is a coastal village 10 miles north of Scarborough. It sits on the cliff tops with dramatic views along the Heritage Coast and across Robin Hoods Bay. The National Trust operate a visitor centre in the village and own much land nearby including the historic archaeological remains of Peak Alum Works. The cliff top Alum works was once part of an important industry for dyeing and tanning leather. For those interested in walking, there are fantastic coastal and moorland routes centred on the village. The Cleveland Way passes through and the Lyke Wake Walk across the moors ends here. The National Cycle route number 1 also passes through with Scarborough and Whitby each being about 11 traffic free miles away.