This beautiful old fisherman’s cottage is situated in the heart of the old village of Robin Hood’s Bay, two minutes from the beach. The cottage is full of character, recently modernised and well furnished and retains some lovely original features. Gas central heating throughout and instant hot water, unusually for cottages of this size the main bedroom is on-suite. There is outside seating to the rear of the property and long distance sea and coastal views from the top floor.
Entrance: Into a hall way
Kitchen/Lounge: TV with Freeview, DVD, Inglenook fireplace with a gas stove. Dining table and chairs and comfy sitting area. Large pantry with fridge/freezer and seperate drinks fridge. electric cooker with double oven, hob and grill, and microwave. Dishwasher and washer dryer.
Parking: For the summer there is a permit for Bank Top and Station car park (not required in winter).
Heating: Gas Central Heating
Short breaks: Available
Notes: Please bring your own towels. Not suitable for people with mobility problems.
Robin Hood’s Bay
One of the jewels in the crown of the North East coastline is the small fishing village of Robin Hood’s Bay. Located five miles south of Whitby and 15 miles north of Scarborough, it is the perfect place for a self-catering holiday. Steeped in history this quaint village with its winding cobbled streets, dotted with cafes, pubs and shops it is well catered for visitors. It boasts a stunning beach at the foot of the bay which provides a paradise for family fun. Children will be entertained with plenty of rock pools to splash in and fossils to hunt for, while adults can take in the breathtaking views of the cliffs and old town,which tell the exciting history of the place