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Lovely farmhouse style kitchen/diner
A wonderful kitchen to entertain friends and family
Curl up and relax beside the cosy wood burner
Perfect for after dining lounging, after a long day of exploring
Lovely garden with far reaching views
Show off your musical skills on the piano
Enjoy dining with views overlooking the garden
Staithes beach nearby
Lots to do, even on rainy days
Enjoy afternoon breakfast or afternoon tea in the beautiful onsite cafe
A charming room to enjoy a good night's sleep
Who doesnt want to relax in an antique bath
Explore the fabulous onsite cafe and antiques centre
Relax in the charming ground floor bedroom
Bags of character in the hallway and throughout the property
Fresh looking double bedroom to unwind and relax
Dont forget your bubbles!
Enjoy a restful nights sleep in the twin bedroom
The spacious second lounge
Additional kitchen space, handy for large groups
Delights await around every corner
Look at the sky when relaxing in the freestanding bath
Traditional charm fills the cottage
Enjoy a bubble bath after a long day
Lovely ground-floor twin bedroom
Enjoy the countryside views from all angles
Bedrooms in the oldest part of the building are full of character
Put your feet up with a cup of tea and a good book
Why not book an evening meal for your party in the cosy onsite cafe?
Enjoy those far reaching country views
What a quirky room to stay in, one to remember
Dont forget your hiking boots
Beautiful countryside that surrounds you
Beautiful traditional furnishings decorate the property
Approach the entrance via the pendulum garden
Lovely courtyard area at the front of the property
Extensive garden with plenty of space to play
1 / 38  Lovely farmhouse style kitchen/diner
2 / 38  A wonderful kitchen to entertain friends and family
3 / 38  Curl up and relax beside the cosy wood burner
4 / 38  Perfect for after dining lounging, after a long day of exploring
5 / 38  Lovely garden with far reaching views
6 / 38  Show off your musical skills on the piano
7 / 38  Enjoy dining with views overlooking the garden
8 / 38  Staithes beach nearby
9 / 38  Lots to do, even on rainy days
10 / 38  Enjoy afternoon breakfast or afternoon tea in the beautiful onsite cafe
11 / 38  A charming room to enjoy a good night's sleep
12 / 38  Who doesnt want to relax in an antique bath
13 / 38  Explore the fabulous onsite cafe and antiques centre
14 / 38  Relax in the charming ground floor bedroom
15 / 38  Bags of character in the hallway and throughout the property
16 / 38  Fresh looking double bedroom to unwind and relax
17 / 38  Dont forget your bubbles!
18 / 38  Enjoy a restful nights sleep in the twin bedroom
19 / 38  The spacious second lounge
20 / 38  Additional kitchen space, handy for large groups
21 / 38  Delights await around every corner
22 / 38  Look at the sky when relaxing in the freestanding bath
23 / 38  Traditional charm fills the cottage
24 / 38  Enjoy a bubble bath after a long day
25 / 38  Lovely ground-floor twin bedroom
26 / 38  Enjoy the countryside views from all angles
27 / 38  Bedrooms in the oldest part of the building are full of character
28 / 38  Put your feet up with a cup of tea and a good book
29 / 38  Why not book an evening meal for your party in the cosy onsite cafe?
30 / 38  Enjoy those far reaching country views
31 / 38  What a quirky room to stay in, one to remember
32 / 38  Dont forget your hiking boots
33 / 38  Beautiful countryside that surrounds you
34 / 38  Beautiful traditional furnishings decorate the property
35 / 38  Approach the entrance via the pendulum garden
36 / 38  Lovely courtyard area at the front of the property
37 / 38  Extensive garden with plenty of space to play
38 / 38  

Moorland View

Staithes, North Yorkshire
Sleeps 22
Bedrooms 11
Bathrooms 9
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Complex of properties
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Family friendly
Four Poster
Sky TV
Hen parties
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Impressive Manor House perfect for family and friends to come together
  • The Manor boasts an impressive 1000 years of history waiting to be explored
  • The antique decor perfectly complements the history and charm of the property
  • There are extensive gardens and land further afield to relax, play and enjoy
  • Located on the countryside edge of the picture postcard fishing village of Staithes with its gorgeous beach
  • Onsite café and antiques centre can also be booked in advance for evening meals
Property code: 62167

Come together with friends and family to enjoy this rural North Yorkshire retreat with acres of space to explore from the doorstep and the beautiful coast a short drive away, this location has it all.

This manor house is fit for a very special occasion for you and 21 of your closest friends. Make yourselves at home in these historic rooms and extensive grounds — your dog will have the time of her life exploring the beaches around the North Yorkshire coast and the heights of the moors.

 Arrive at the grand property around the romantic pendulum garden. The first stop is your big, hearty farmhouse-style kitchen/diner, where you’ll enjoy plotting your day’s excursions. On into the cosy sitting room which has a wood burner in a traditional brick hearth where you’ll no doubt find Fido curled up in front of. The dining room is the perfect place to while away the evening, with a piano for a good old knees-up and French doors that open out onto the garden. The bedrooms are palatial in this property; 11 in total, including seven doubles. Plus, there are five en-suite bathrooms with some impressive bathtubs for ultimate relaxation. As much as the outdoors around the Yorkshire coast offers, the house is its own adventure with grassy grounds stretching out in all directions, little nooks and seating areas to discover, and the pendulum garden for ultimate country grandeur.

But, if you want to make the most of the moorland, get your walking boots on. The hikes and trails of the North York Moors National Park begin from Staithes itself. Explore the heather-covered moorland, the woods and rivers, and find your own adventure in this land that’s so rich in natural and human history. Closer to home, explore the stunning old fishing village of Staithes, nestled into the cliffs where the Staithes Beck pours into the North Sea less than a mile away. Discover where the real Captain Cook began his maritime career or head to the sand so your furry friend can gallop along the peaceful waves.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • Bedrooms - Main building - ground floor double, 1 triple. 2 doubles and 1 twin bedroom
  • Bedrooms - Adjoining cottage - 1 twin and 1 double bedroom
  • Bedrooms - Annexe - 3 doubles and 1 single 
  • Kitchen - Main building kitchen equipped with electric range oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave and washing machine 
  • Kitchen - Adjoining cottage - electric oven and hob, fridge and microwave
  • 4 Bathrooms, 2 ensuite bathrooms and 3 ensuite bathrooms
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Each of the three properties has its own external entrance, these are not interconnected buildings.
  • Wood Burner (first basket of logs included)
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 2 Dogs welcome
  • Pub and shop 1 mile
  • Complex of properties
  • Bike storage available
  • TV in both lounges and Bose sound system
  • Gas BBQ available
  • The property is next to a tea room which is open to the public, where day time food, afternoon and high tea are served and evening meals can be pre booked by arrangement, minimum of 10 guests

Just 0.5 miles away you will find the charismatic fishing village of Staithes - with higgledy-piggledy cottages dotted along twisting-turning streets, stunning restaurants and inns serving locally caught fish and interesting galleries giving you an insight into the times of Captain James Cook there will never be a dull moment. Whitby can be found just 10 miles away and is known as one of the best spots for exploring the beautiful North Yorkshire moorland as well as the rugged coastline that surrounds it. This area is truly captivating and bustling with so much to see and do for groups of families and friends alike.

This property is personally managed by Melanie.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 7 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
3.4
Overall equipment
3.7
Overall comfort
4.3
Overall location
4.9

Reviewed by Louise 15th November 2019

Brilliant venue for large party, we were 15 and had plenty of lovely bedrooms. Great equipped kitchen. Also very good cafe /restaurant just around the corner.

Reviewed by Donna 28th June 2019

The cottage is suitable for a large mixed family gathering. Its comfortable and spacious and generally nicely furnished. Theres plenty of room for playing games on the large grassed area outside.

Reviewed by Diane 14th June 2019

A lovely location and outside space but some bits of the property could do with up grading

Reviewed by T 31st May 2019

Interesting series of buildings imaginatively restored. Cafe next door was excellent. Flexible arrangement of rooms suited to all ages. Garden was great. Plenty to do in the area. Thoroughly recommend this place.

Reviewed by Susan 22nd February 2019

The cottage was lovely and homely and comfortably accommodated 19 of us.

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Lovely farmhouse style kitchen/diner
A wonderful kitchen to entertain friends and family
Curl up and relax beside the cosy wood burner
Perfect for after dining lounging, after a long day of exploring
Lovely garden with far reaching views
Show off your musical skills on the piano
Enjoy dining with views overlooking the garden
Staithes beach nearby
Lots to do, even on rainy days
Enjoy afternoon breakfast or afternoon tea in the beautiful onsite cafe
A charming room to enjoy a good night's sleep
Show 26 moreWho doesnt want to relax in an antique bath

Location

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