Situated in the village of Aislaby and with beautiful far-reaching views over the National Park, the property is a comfortable family home consisting of four bedrooms and three bathrooms, there's plenty of room for all the family sleeping eight in comfort. Why not relax in front of one of the wood burning stoves in a comfortable chair in the sitting room after a bracing walk, or have a glass of wine sitting on the terrace on a summer's evening.
The village of Aislaby is a short walk away with The Forge selling bar meals if you would like a quick bite to eat. If you prefer coastal views, Whitby is not far away with its bustling harbour with both fishing and pleasure boats, where there are plenty of restaurants and take-away fish and chip shops if you wish to indulge in this English seaside favourite.
Sandsend and Robin Hood's Bay are also close by and well worth a visit along this beautiful coastline, and lovely places to start your walk. If cycling is one of your pastimes, Dalby Forest is an excellent place for mountain biking. Why not visit the North Yorkshire Moors Railway at Grosmont and relax as the train travels through the stunning countryside, or if you were a fan of the television series ‘Heartbeat', take a trip to Goathland to see where it was filmed.
This holiday at a glance
Sleeps eight guests.
Four bedrooms and three bathrooms.
South-facing position with beautiful views over the Esk Valley.
Two wood burning stoves.
Doors leading out to the terrace from the sitting room.
Parking for up to four cars.
Private garden with outdoor seating and a barbecue on the terrace.
Children and infants welcome.
One well-behaved dog welcome (small additional charge).
Minimum two night stay.
Electric oven with a separate induction hob.
Washing machine and tumble dryer.
Smart television with internet access.
Cot and highchair available upon request.
Attractions and nearby amenities
The Bridge Cottage Bistro serves classic dishes cooked with a modern flair using the freshest and most sustainable local produce.
Why not visit the Captain Cook Museum or stroll around the harbour during your visit to Whitby and watch the fishing and pleasure boats coming home.
St Mary's Church is worth-while seeing as well as Whitby Abbey perched high above the town.
Further away are Robin Hood's Bay, Sandsend Beach and Runswick Bay, all of which are well known to walkers and their four legged friends.
The North York Moors Railway runs from Whitby to Pickering and is a truly special way to experience the Yorkshire landscape.
The Dracula Experience offers spooky guided tours using special effects and live actors.