A bright and airy seaside cottage located in the heart of the quaint fishing village that is Robin Hood's Bay, perfectly appointed to explore the stunning Yorkshire coastline with all its attractions.
Exuding character and charm, this delightful three-bedroom cottage is the perfect seaside getaway for holidaying humans and their hounds. Located in the heart of the quaint fishing village of Robin Hood’s Bay, it’s a great choice for those who love to feel the sand beneath their paws, as there’s a beautiful beach within walking distance. Sleeping up to six people and two dogs, there are also some fantastic walks on the doorstep to keep everyone entertained.
This pretty home has a light and airy feel throughout, with nautical design touches which give a nod to its location. The open-plan living space is ideal for relaxing after a long day of walking and exploring, with comfortable sofas for you to snuggle up on as your furry pals snooze in front of the living flame fire. Cook up some delicious local seafood in the well-equipped cottage kitchen, before gathering everyone around the dining table to enjoy a meal together. When it’s time to rest, retreat to the three inviting bedrooms, where the coastal theme continues with tranquil colours and a relaxing atmosphere. The master bedroom is on the first floor while a further two rooms are to be found on the second floor, with characterful sloping ceilings. Breathe in the fresh sea air by stepping outside and taking a seat at the bistro table and chairs to the front of the property.
The cottage is on one of the village’s most popular streets with fantastic eateries, independent shops and traditional pubs on the doorstep, while four-legged guests will love stretching their legs on the sandy beach. Join the famous 109-mile Cleveland Way footpath which passes through the village, take in the stunning Yorkshire coastline with a seaside walk or follow the Coast to Coast Walk which stretches all the way to St Bees Head in Cumbria.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.