- £345 per week
- £49 per night
- 2 Guests
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bathroom
- 1 Pet
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 king/super-king bed
- 1 WC
- Towels provided
- Wet room
- Travel cot
- Enclosed garden
- Parking permit provided
- On-street parking
How far to...?
- Beach 0.2 miles
- Pub 0.2 miles
- Shop 0.2 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
- Welcome pack
Important - please note
- Check in: 7:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
- Ground floor toilet
- Ground floor bath/shower room
- Wet room
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
Beautiful grade II listed cottage, dating back to the 17th Century. This luxury cottage oozes character and charm retaining many original features. Enjoy the period and grace with a modern twist. Relax in this stunning one bedroom pet friendly cottage, cosy up to the wood burning stove or enjoy cooking a romantic meal in the spacious well equipped modern kitchen. Patio doors lead off the kitchen into a private enclosed garden and patio area with garden furniture and a fire pit. The bathroom is located on the ground floor, fully tiled, wet room style, with a large walk in Rainfall shower. The master bedroom is a unique shaped room with original beams and furnished to a high standard including a king-size bed and a large wall mounted TV. The cottage provides a permit for on street parking outside the property. Located just a five-minute walk from the sand dune style beach area of Redcar and a ten-minute walk into the town centre.
Front Door leading into a small vestibule and inner door to:
Entrance way: One step down to the lounge.
Lounge/ Diner: Brick feature fireplace with woodburning stove (started pack of fuel is provided), TV with Freeview, occasional tables, hand crafted driftwood lamps, two seater sofa and two chairs, antique wooden roll top desk and chair. Monk style bench seat. Dining table and chairs, the table itself has been crafted from an original Singer sewing machine table.
Kitchen Gas hob, electric oven and grill, integral fridge with ice box, breakfast bar with chair/stools, Berkel scales, Belfast sink, double patio doors leading out to the garden.
Wet Room: Fully tiled. Large walk-in Rain fall shower, toilet,washbasin with a mirror and storage.
Stairs leading to:
Bedroom: King-size bed, wall mounted TV, free standing wash stand, tall chest of drawers, dressing table with stool, driftwood mirror, easy chair, hanging rail.
Pets: One dog is welcome.
Parking: Parking permit for on street parking on a first come first served basis outside the house.
Garden/Patio: Enclosed walled garden with patio and patio furniture.
Short breaks: Accepted anytime.
Notes: Unlimited WiFi is available free of charge. No smoking at this property. Mobile phone signal is variable. Towels are provided. Travel cot available upon request.
Pub: 0.6. Shop: 0.6
A great way to find a lovely cottage in this area, we loved our stay and will definitely book again. Great website from a company that care about your stay, top class!
Every comfort was provided. The cottage was warm and cosy and perfectly placed for beach walking.
Lovely, well equipped cottage. Gorgeous garden.
Beautiful, charming cottage with a warm, cozy feel. Perfect for visiting the area, great location. Stepping in you feel any troubles melt away - very homely and comforting place.”
The seaside resort of Redcar is famous for its racecourse and its 8 miles of beautiful sandy beach running from South Gare to Saltburn by the Sea. The coastline here is a hotspot for fossil hunters, with Gryphaea (or, Devil's Toenails) often discovered in the sands. Along the seafront there are a variety of traditional arcades to enjoy and the town once was known for its beautiful traditional pier. However, due to extensive damage the pier was demolished in the 1980s. Today the town houses the world's oldest surviving lifeboat, the Zetland, in the town's seafront museum. The lifeboat was built by Henry Greathead of South Shields and has been stationed in Redcar since 1802 when the Redcar RNLI was founded. The Redcar RNLI is one of the oldest stations in the UK and recently featured on the BBC's Saving Lives at Sea, following the brave crew members in their work.