Tucked away in the heart of Robin Hood’s Bay, this 17th-century cottage is an idyllic coastal bolt-hole for couples yearning to explore and enjoy beautiful sandy beaches and the crashing waves of the sea.
Tucked away in the heart of Robin Hood’s Bay is this charming 17th-century cottage for two. Start the day with a windswept stroll along the beautiful sandy beach below with your four-legged friends before jumping in the car to explore the rest of this sought-after stretch of coastline. Afterwards, return to this cosy bolthole for a luxurious soak in the bath or an al fresco meal in the sheltered patio garden.
Brimming with character, this delightful cottage is the perfect retreat for couples and canine companions. Step inside off the cobbled walkway that leads down to the sea and climb a flight of stone steps to be greeted by exposed beams, sash windows and original oak doors and cupboards. Cook and dine in the well equipped bijour kitchen before cosying up beside the flame-effect gas fire in the snug lounge. Spend your evenings browsing the stack of books and walking guides, listening to your favourite music on the SONOS system or watching a film together before retreating to the cosy bedroom in the eaves. When the sun is shining, dine alfresco in the terraced garden where you will also find secure bicycle storage.
Robin Hood’s Bay is one of the most popular coastal locations in Yorkshire among both human and canine guests. The idyllic cobbled path steps down to the vast sandy beach, upon which crashing waves create a playground for pooches. Wainwright’s famous coast-to-coast walk starts just a few yards from the doorstep, which stretches 190 miles to St. Bees in West Cumbria. Take a trip to Whitby (5.5 miles) to browse its shops and cafes or enjoy a spot of seal watching in Ravenscar (11 miles).