Glengariffe, Sandsend « Back to search results

Sleeps up to: 6

“A really lovely holiday flat with private garden overlooking the bay ”

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Sleeps up to: 6

Location: Sandsend

Situated right in the middle of this well-served village with uninterrupted sea views, the apartment comfortably sleeps 6, and comprises: hallway, cloakroom/WC, spacious sitting/dining room with new 32 inch Flat screen TV, Freeview and DVD player, stunning panoramic views over the bay towards Whitby, fully equipped kitchen with fridge/freezer, dishwasher etc., master bedroom with double bed and en-suite bathroom (N.B. Access to this bedroom is through the twin bedroom), further double bedroom with superb sea views, twin bedroom and separate shower room with power shower.

A real plus is the lovely rear garden with terrace and seating area offering a view hard to match anywhere!

The property is most conveniently located in the centre of this exclusive village, well served by excellent village stores stocking all daily requirements, two pubs – one serving excellent food, two cafes, beach shops, art gallery and more.

All bedding & towels included. Free Wi-Fi.

Well behaved dogs welcome at a cost of £30.00 per dog per week/short break.


Glengariffe is prominently situated in the centre of Sandsend village, a few yards to the Whitby side of the Sandsend Stores, directly opposite the beach.  Unrestricted, on-street parking is available outside the front of the house, although if there is no room when you arrive you can park temporarily in the Council car park a few yards away near Wits End café.

Sandside Café – lovely café with new decked and glazed balcony area overlooking the beach, delicious homemade cakes and locally sourced pies and pastries, fresh crab sandwiches/salads. Opposite the Turnstone Gallery, summer or winter you are sure to receive a warm welcome as you sit and take in unrivalled views of the North Yorkshire Coast.

Turnstone Art Gallery - overlooking the fine sandy bay of Sandsend, the Turnstone Gallery aims to bring you the best of art and craft work from the region. You will always find a broad range of contemporary work - original paintings, etchings, ceramics, sculpture, photographs and enamels.

The Hart Inn – lovely traditional village pub serving good food and hand pulled beers, south facing garden in summer and a welcoming fire in the grate on chilly days.

Estbek House - award-winning, two AA rosette restaurant with good food and and extensive wine list.

The Healing Touch - a holistic therapy shop with lovely soaps and gifts etc.

Wild Hart – fantastic gift shop next to The Woodlands Café bar

Woodlands Café/bar - a stylish, innovative café bar serving fabulous contemporary food and a wide range of very different dishes, locally sourced produce with a distinctly retro feel.

The Tides Shop – surfing lessons and hire, sells locally made Trillo's ice creams and lovely coffee, nice place to watch the world go by. Buckets and Spades and beach gear, houses a lovely cafe with decked areas directly on the beach.

Sandsend stores – at the heart of Sandsend and established for over 100 years, Sandsend Stores supply locally sourced produce and speciality foods, fine wines and ales made both locally and around the world, also newspapers and lovely coffee to drink in or take away. A good range of picnic food for the beach including buckets and spades.

Wits End Cafe – award winning café just at the bottom of Lythe bank with a sheltered walled garden.

This dramatic stretch of the ‘dinosaur coast’, with its many nature trails over the cliff paths of the Cleveland Way, attracts not only walkers but surfers and fishing enthusiasts too. The romantic castle ruins in nearby Mulgrave woods can be reached along secluded footpaths. A leisurely 3 mile stroll along the beach leads to the ancient sea port of Whitby, famed for its connections with the explorer Captain James Cook. Steeped in history, Whitby’s maze of narrow streets, overlooked by the abbey, are packed with antique shops, tea rooms, champagne bars and  all kinds of restaurants.

The nearby North Yorkshire Moors National Park offers superb mountain biking, hiking and horse riding, and aboard the NYM steam railway you can explore the stunning ’Heartbeat’ heritage coastline with its quaint fishing villages including Robin Hood's Bay and smugglers coves.

Between Sandsend and Whitby is a fabulous 18-hole golf course perched on top of the cliff.

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“ The apartment was everything and more than we had ever hoped for. Thank you so much. We will recommend this idyllic hideaway as a place to be cherished. ”

Julie Pierce - July 2013

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