|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Over 250 years old, this stone-built, semi-detached holiday cottage oozes charm and character from the beamed ceilings to the wood burner and pretty little courtyard. Peacefully located in the tiny hamlet of Beck Hole in the North York Moors National Park, just a short stroll from the smallest pub in the north of England, where traditional ales are served. The well-known Rail Trail runs through the village and walkers will delight in the many footpaths that abound. The Mallyan Spout Waterfall is a must when staying in Beck Hole and the village of Goathland, made famous as Aidensfield in the TV series ‘Heartbeat’, is less than 1 mile. The traditional seaside resort of Scarborough is 24 miles with cliff top castle, beaches, pier and Sea Life Centre. Quaint fishing and smuggling villages of Robin Hoods Bay, 13 miles, Runswick Bay, 16 miles and Staithes, 18 miles, all have their own appeal with beaches, narrow lanes and alleyways to explore. Whitby is about 10 miles away and is also known for fishing, fish and chips, and its 3 mile stretch of beach. Discover the myriad shops in the cobbled lanes, climb the 199 steps to St Mary’s church or the abbey ruins, or take the ferry for a sail round the coast. Inland, there are pretty market towns including Pickering, 15 miles and Helmsley, 30 miles, with their street markets, shops and castle ruins to explore. Shop and restaurant 1 mile, pub 100 yards.
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