- £716 per week
- £102 per night
- 8 Guests
- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 1 Pet
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 king/super-king bed
- 1 double bed
- 4 zip & link beds - can be king/super king or single beds
- Washing machine
- 3 bathrooms
- 3 WCs
- Towels provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Enclosed garden
- On-street parking
How far to...?
- Beach 3 miles
- Pub 0.1 miles
- Shop 0.5 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
- Welcome pack
- Countryside views
Important - please note
- Check in: 4pm
- Check out: 10am
- Walk-in shower
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
Situated in the popular village of Sleights near Whitby, Honeypot House is a beautiful period property with an attractive garden to the front, where you can sit and watch the steam trains go by. This large and stylish Victorian house, set over three floors, has a spacious kitchen and dining room, a separate living room, four really good-sized bedrooms and three bathrooms. There are some lovely panoramic views over the village and surrounding hills to be enjoyed from the upper floors. The house has been refurbished and furnished with loving care and offers all modern comforts, yet retains a lot of character and period features such as cast-iron tiled fireplaces and wooden beams.
The property is ideal for families, especially family reunions, and train enthusiasts, and it is pet friendly. Honeypot House is located close to the centre of the village and its shops. It is also near the small and charming village railway station located on the picturesque Esk Valley line where, in addition to passing steam train running between Whitby and Pickering, guests can board local services to access other beautiful villages and walking country across the North York Moors.
Sleights has an award-winning butcher, local bakery, a popular fish & chip shop, grocery store and a vibrant local pub. It is only three miles to Whitby with its sandy beach, the famous Abbey, St Mary’s Church, pretty Pannett Park, Swing Bridge and many attractive and sometimes quirky and unique tearooms, bistros, boutique shops and award-winning seafood restaurants.
Entrance hallway: A lovely large hallway where you will find a console table and coat hooks. There are doors leading off to the lounge, dining room and the rear porch and the stairs to the upper rooms.
Lounge: Boasting a cosy wood burning stove in a stunning fire surround and luxuriously furnished with a leather armchair, two-seater and three-seater sofas, a solid oak coffee table and a Smart TV with Freeview. This room has an elegant bay window and is extremely stylish and is a super room in which to sit and relax after a day out and about exploring.
Dining Room: The dining room is a great room in which to gather together and enjoy some home cooked food around the large solid wood dining table. Built-in cupboards are handy for storage and the tiled fireplace and ornate clock are a real feature of this room.
Kitchen: A colourfully tiled room which is well equipped with all that you’ll need to cook a family meal. Marble effect work surfaces, a fridge freezer with water dispenser, large electric range cooker, and gas hobs, a dishwasher and microwave are amongst the utilities of the kitchen.
Conservatory porch: A porch to the rear of the property provides a great place to store shoes and muddy walking boots. There is also space for keen cyclists to store their bicycles.
Utility: Leading from the Conservatory Porch, the utility has a washing machine, additional fuel for the wood burner and useful storage space.
Bedroom 1: An elegantly furnished room with a black and brass framed metal king size bed. You will find plenty of storage with a wardrobe, shelving and bedside tables. The room boasts a period feature fireplace, ornate mirror and occasional chair.
En-suite: A step down to a large en-suite bathroom with a large walk in shower, double ended bath, toilet, washbasin and heated towel rail.
Bedroom 2: Another lovely large bedroom with Zip & Link bed which can be made up as a king size or two singles. It has a period feature fireplace with large mirror, timber floorboards, chest of drawers, wardrobe, bedside tables and a two-seater sofa.
Shower Room: With walk-in rainfall shower, a washbasin, toilet and heated towel rail.
Bedroom 3: Located on the top floor of the house this lovingly furnished room features traditional wooden beams and offers views to the picturesque hills beyond. The room boasts a wooden framed double bed, occasional chair and plenty of storage with two built-in wardrobes and bedside tables.
Bedroom 4: With views over the village railway station, this comfortable bedroom offers a Zip & Link bed which can be made up as a king size or two single beds, chest of drawers, wardrobe, bedside tables and occasional chair.
Bathroom: Bath with shower attachment, storage, toilet and washbasin.
Pets: One dog welcome.
Parking: On street parking available outside the property. Please park on Coach Road and not on Lowdale Lane (at the side of the property). Please only use Lowdale Lane for unloading and loading.
Garden: Garden to the front of the house with pebbled patio area with picnic bench.
Heating: Gas central heating. Wood burning stove.
Short Breaks: Accepted all year round.
Notes: Towels are provided. No smoking at this property. Unlimited WiFi available free of charge. Mobile phone signal is strong. No cot but High chair available.
Reduced price for parties up to 4 guests if only two bedrooms are used available between dates 1st - 29th March, 26th April - 24th May, 31st May - 14th June, 20th September - 18th October or 1st November - 20th December 2019!
Shop: 0.5 miles Pubs: 0.1 miles & 0.7 miles
Lovely house in a lovely area. Spent a week during lots and still feel there is so much more to do
Lovely break in a beautiful house , very well equipped and comfortable Fan oven is better than conventional we will return
Honeypot house well exceeded our expectations. The house was equipped with everything you could possibly need and the decor was beautiful. We loved the location and watching the Steam Trains go by at the weekend. We will be visiting again!
The house and all the facilities top class! We enjoy our stay very much and the kitchen facilities meant we could eat in every night , I would recommend the walk along the beach from Sandsend to Whitby make sure the tide is out. We will be back
We all love the house and the location, we came for a short break at half term and wished we had booked for longer. Couldn't fault anything. Excellent
Loved staying here. Beds were comfy and it felt so cosy and homelike. Especially loved the location - hearing nothing but birds, horses hooves and the sound of the train so restful. Will be back very soon
Gorgeous house and brilliant location! We all enjoyed the steam trains! Great facilities in the kitchen - you have thought of everything. Overall a fantastic stay - we will be back
What a fantastic 'home' and location. Wonderful to be so close to anything from Robin Hoods Bay to Whitby - by car or short train journey. Will be back as soon as we can
We all have had a wonderful Easter break thank you. The house is amazing . So welcoming, warm, clean and tidy. Having the steam train coming and going was a delight. Beautiful place
Fantastic location, so much to do and see. The home is very comfortable we slept well, a real home from home. Look forward to returning soon.
Thank you for such a wonderful stay in such a beautiful house. The log burner was very inviting after a breezy walk along the moors and the beds were very comfy - we will be returning!
Sleights is a stunning, traditional village located about three miles from Whitby, and is one of the largest villages in country. Along the bottom of the village runs the River Esk, where many salmon can be seen leaping in the river. Salmon fishing permits can be obtained for anyone interested in trying their hand at fishing. The village has fantastic amenities including a shop, bakers, an award-winning butchers, pubs, church, village hall, fish and chip restaurant and a post office. It is a wonderful location for walks and is perfect for a family or couples holiday.