Kildale Cottage - Staithes, North Yorkshire, The North York Moors, England - Sleeps 4
Kildale Cottage sleeps up to four guests and is a great retreat from which to enjoy a relaxing break and explore the North York Moors. Recently refurbished, the cottage is equipped with everything needed to make guests as comfortable as possible and its enviable position just yards away from the harbour in the heart of Staithes village, provides not only the sea but also a good choice of amenities on the doorstep!
Staithes is a popular picturesque fishing village on the North Yorkshire Heritage Coast, surrounded by spectacular coastal and moorland scenery. With much character and historic interest, Staithes is much loved for its cobbled streets, little alleyways, pretty little beach, harbour, traditional pubs and interesting shops to browse. For walkers, there are superb cliff top walks, or enjoy a lazy day on the beach searching for fossils - the perfect way to relax and unwind. The area is also popular with artists and it is hardly surprising when you see the beautiful seaviews and stunning surrounding landscape.
Dating back to the mid 15th century, Staithes has a fascinating past that earned itself a reputation in not only fishing but also boat building. Whilst these industries have declined over the years, today you can still sample some of the fine lobsters, crabs and locally caught fish in the local eateries, where you may also be able to learn the tales of smugglers past!
The area offers a host of attractions and interesting places to visit. If you want to stay locally in Staithes itself, why not take a local boat trip for some off-shore fishing or visit the Captain Cook and Staithes Heritage Centre, and the Lifeboat Station. Walk along the Cleveland Way to Runswick Bay for lunch in one of the local pubs or just meander around the village and browse the interesting little shops. A little further afield but within easy driving distance: visit the picturesque village of Sandsend with its golden beach and great surfing opportunities; the resort of Scarborough for some traditional seaside fun; the coastal town of Whitby or the pretty fishing village of Robin Hood's Bay. The North York Moors Railway and the Esk Valley and Railway also provide relaxed ways of exploring the surrounding unspoilt countryside.
- Internet Access
- Open Fire
- Log Burner
- Pub/Restaurant Nearby
- Beach Nearby
- Garden/Outside Area
- iPod Docking
- Bike Storage
- Golf Nearby
- Washing Machine
- CD Player
- Horse Riding Nearby
- Accessible via Public Transport
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The cottage is cosy with beamed ceilings and comprises:
- Kitchen with electric cooker, microwave and fridge.
- Living room with television, DVD player, Playstation, comfortable seating, multi-fuel stove and dining table with two chairs.
- Bathroom with WC, wash basin and bath with shower over.
- Main bedroom with double bed - please note that bedding is not provided for either room so please bring your own.
- Second bedroom with adult size bunk beds.
Outside: There is an enclosed patio area with garden furniture and passage way leading to the sea - ideal for a BBQ. Bike storage for one bike/pushchairs is available in the outhouse where you will also find the washing machine.
Additional information: Bedding and towels are not provided so please bring your own. Short breaks from £135 for two nights (Friday and Saturday). Storage heaters throughout the cottage. One dog welcome.
Low Season from £235
Mid Season from £285
High Season from £350
Peak Season £425
Pets: Yes, 1 dog
Changeover Day: Flexible
Cheque, Bank Transfer
Sleeps 4 people in 2 bedrooms (1 Double, 1 Bunk bed room)
Owner: Chris & Sarah Wray, click Contact Details for owner´s phone number and email address.
Kildale Cottage joined Independent Cottages in Jan 2014
Just a few yards from the Sea front, beach and lovely Pubs! Pets welcome. Fully enclosed rear patio area. Real fire. Lovely Cosy cottage right in the heart of the old village!
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Calendar last updated: 25th September 2017