Preacher's Rest

Grosmont, North York Moors & Coast(Ref. 1015645)

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A fabulous Chapel conversion providing luxury three bedroom accommodation in this charming village surrounded by open countryside. A former Wesleyan chapel, it has been converted to be a wonderful holiday cottage with great skill and love to retain the character of a period building combined with modern day luxury. Ideal for a family or couples, this superb cottage is located in the heart of the village - you can hear the steam train!

Excellent all round

Highly recommended. A very comfortable accommodation with all that could be expected provided. Thank you!



Ground Floor
On the ground floor is an entrance hallway and a single bedroom with en-suite shower room. There is also a twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom with bath, shower over, WC and hand wash basin. Also on this floor is a double bedroom with king size bed and lovely en-suite shower room with shower, WC and hand wash basin.

First Floor
A central staircase leads to the first floor with spacious open plan living area including a sitting room area with large TV/DVD, a stylish, fully equipped kitchen with granite work surfaces and breakfast bar, electric hob and oven, microwave, dishwasher, combined washing machine/dryer, fridge, separate freezer.

There are arched doors lead to a raised gantry which goes down to a lovely courtyard area with seating. There is also additional paved area to the front with seating.





The pretty village of Grosmont sits at the junction of the River Esk and Murk Esk in the midst of striking North Yorkshire Moors scenery. The area is characterised by its narrow roads, steep hills and scenic views over valleys of patchwork fields and wide-open expanses of moorland. Grosmont itself lies in the ‘Heartbeat Country’ and is famous for being the home of the North York Moors Steam Railway. The Railway has been preserved and run by enthusiasts since 1973 and today carries upwards of 300,000 passengers a year. The village has a general store, post office, book shop, art gallery, cafes and a pub. It makes a great base for exploring the many pretty farming villages along the Esk Valley and the wider North York Moors National Park, as well as the North Yorkshire Coastline with characterful harbour towns and villages.

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GROSMONT Grosmont is a charming village with the famous railway station through which you can watch the steam trains travel through – why not enjoy a ride and visit Whitby in one direction or Pickering in the other? There’s also a dining car at certain times of year which is a gastronomic delight! There’s a small Co-operative supermarket nearby plus lovely tea rooms and the village pub.

NORTH YORK MOORS The cottage is on the edge of the beautiful North York Moors – perfect for hiking or even going cycling in Dalby Forest.

The moorland is home to wildlife and is fantastic at every season – whether it’s wearing it’s vibrant green coat or purple heather.

At certain times a year there are star gazing festivals – well worth a visit.

Neighbouring villages are picturesque and are home to many country inns, some of which boast award winning dining experiences.

WHITBY MUSEUM There’s many great exhibits that show the vast history Whitby really has.

WHITBY ABBEY Situated on the top of Whitby’s East Cliff, it’s one of the most popular tourist destinations in the seaside town.

ST MARY'S CHURCH Climb the famous 199 steps for glorious views of the harbour and the town of Whitby.

CAPTAIN COOK MEMORIAL MUSEUM A wide range of art exhibitions on a regular basis or enjoy a tour of being informed on Captain Cook’s voyages of discovery.

THE DRACULA EXPERIENCE Brave the Dracula Experience tour where you’ll hear the story of Dracula and the connections to Whitby.

WHITBY BEACH The beaches are sandy and golden and the a pretty harbour – with its famous swing bridge – is edged with stylish wine bars and award-winning restaurants.

WHITBY HARBOUR Catch Whitby crabs from the harbour or simply watch the sun go down over the old town.

WHITBY GOTH WEEKEND / FOLK WEEK / REGATTA Why not come during the two Goth Festivals, during Folk Week or the wonderful Regatta? All of which are incredibly popular extravaganzas that take place annually.

Other Info

A former Wesleyan chapel, it has been converted to be a wonderful holiday cottage.

Notes to guests
Access Statement
Guest Comments

Wi-Fi: Free Wi-Fi included.
Parking: Private parking for one car.
Notes: Can be booked with Chapel-on-the-Hill, next door, to sleep up to 9 people. If you bring more then one car we would respectfully ask you to park the second vehicle in the public car park at the railway station and respect the parking on Ings Terrace which is for the local residents only.

Preachers Rest Access Statement
Preachers Rest is located in the village of Grosmont, some 7 miles from the centre of Whitby. The property is configured upside down with the bedrooms on the ground floor and living space on the first floor. The living space is open plan with a kitchen area, a dining area, and a living room area. The property is fully fitted to a Tourist Board assessed 5 star standard. On the ground floor are three en-suite bedrooms, one being a king size bedroom, en-suite with a shower, a twin bedded room that is en-suite with a bath with shower over and a single bedded room en-suite with a shower.

The access to the property from the car park is via 9 steps onto the patio, then turn right, then left and Preachers Rest is ahead. On entering the property there is a hallway with a 90 degree turn onto another hallway where there are 4 steps with a handrail to the left hand side, up to the bedroom level and then a staircase of 14 steps to the living area. We would consider this property inappropriate for most people with disabilities. (But please see one of our other properties, Sunday Cottage).

Address: Preachers Rest, Ings Terrace, Grosmont, Whitby, YO22 5ES
• Ings Terrace is off Front Street, half-way up the bank on the left,when you leave Grosmont railway station.
• Front Street is a steep road with a gradiant of 25%. Ings Terrace has a 1 in 8 slope.
• Grosmont station is the northern station on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway and also on the national railway Esk Valley railway line.
• The nearest bus stop is at the railway station and is the Esk Valley hopper that travels hourly from Whitby to the North Yorkshire Moors National Parks Centre in Danby.
• Our local taxi company is Harrison's Taxi's on 01947 600600 or 01947 600606
• There is no public phone at Preachers Rest, Vodafone reception is good but other mobile networks are very limited.
Car Parking and Arrival
• Preachers Rest has a parking space for one car which is designated with a sign. If you bring more then one car we would respectfully ask you to park the second vehicle in the public car park at the railway station and respect the parking on Ings Terrace which is for the local residents only.
• From the car park area there are 9 steps to a patio area. At the top of the steps turn right and the property is to the left at the rear of the chapel.
• When you enter the property there is a 60cm Threshold
• The outside area has a light that is on a timer.
• On confirmation of the booking we will supply you with how you can collect the entrance key for the property
• The bedrooms and staircases have securely fitted carpet. The rest of the property has wood effect floor tiles
• All the rooms are well lit with ceiling mounted lights using LED low energy bulbs.
• Preachers Rest is heated by underfloor heating and is controlled by room thermostats. The system takes a little while to heat up and start giving off heat, so we recommend small thermostat adjustments.
• There are instructions for most of appliances in the property in the information folder which is in the living room.

Single bedroom
• This bedroom is on the right immediately on entering the front door.
• Door width is 68cm and is a fire door equipped with intumescent strips for your enhanced safety.
• The bed is a 3ft single
• Bed height of 61cm from the floor to the top of the mattress.
• The wardrobe rail is 170cm from the floor.
• The room is lit by a ceiling mounted pendant light with a wall mounted reading light and a table light on the window sill.
The bedroom is en-suite with a shower room
• Door width 70cm
• The shower enclosure measures 75cm x 75cm and has an opening measuring 36cm
• It has a 20cm raised lip into the shower.
• The toilet seat is 41cm high.
• The sink is on a pedestal at a height of 84cm
• The tap is a single lever tap
• The floor is tiled with a good colour contrast to the tiled walls.
• The lighting is supplied from a track light with a mirror light which is equipped with a de mister pad and shaver socket, which is turned on by passing your hand underneath the mirror and turns off when you turn the bathroom lights off.
• There are no handrails or supports.
• We provide white towels and bath mats.
King size bedroom
• Door width is 67cm and is a fire door equipped with intumescent strips for your enhanced safety.
• The bed is a king size bed (5ft).
• Bed height of 68cm from the floor to the top of the mattress.
• The bedside tables are 75cm high
• The wardrobe rail is 162cm from the floor
• The room is lit by ceiling mounted LED lights with bed side table lights.
• The lower window is an escape window.
En-suite shower room
• Door width 71cm
• The D shaped shower enclosure measures 95cm in width by 90cm back to front and has an opening measurement of 69cm
• It has a 20cm raised lip into the shower
• Toilet seat height 41cm
• The sink is on a pedestal at a height of 86cm
• The taps are single lever taps
• The floor is tiled with a good colour contrast to the tiled walls.
• The lighting is supplied by track lighting with a mirror light which is equipped with a de-mister pad and shaver socket. This ish turned on by passing your hand underneath the mirror and turns off when you turn the bathroom lights off.
• There are no handrails or supports.
• We provide white towels and bath mats.
Twin bedroom
• Door width is 68cm and is a fire door equipped with intumescent strips for you enhanced safety.
• The beds are single size beds (3ft).
• Bed height of 57cm from the floor to the top of the mattress.
• The bedside tables are 67cm high
• The wardrobe rail is 141cm from the floor
• The room is lit by ceiling mounted LED lights with bed side table lights.
En-suite bathroom
• Door width 70cm
• The bath is 1500mm long
• The bath rim height is 56cm from the floor.
• Toilet seat height is 41cm
• The sink is on a pedestal at a height of 84cm and has a single lever tap
• The bath taps are two single lever swivel taps
• The floor is tiled with a good colour contrast to the tiled walls.
• The lighting is supplied from track light with a shower light which is equipped with a de-mister pad and shaver socket. This is sturned on by passing your hand underneath the mirror and turns off when you turn the bathroom lights off.
• There are no handrails or supports.
• We provide white towels and bath mats.
Living space
• The living space is accessed via the staircase which has 14 steps.
• The staircase is lit with tread lights that are turned on by the light switch on the left hand side of the bottom stair and in the left hand newel post as you get into the living space.
• For your convenience there are the same type of lights mounted under the breakfast bar that come on with the stair lights, which will light your way to the main light switch mounted on the main wall opposite the top of the stairs.
• The living area is lit by track spot lights and table lamps.
• The worktop height is 90cm
• The electric oven has a drop down door and the controls are set at a height of 90cm
• Above this is the combination oven/microwave with the controls sat 130cm from the floor.
• The sink is at work top height with a dual lever tap.
• There is an under counter fridge and an under counter freezer
• There is also a washer/dryer.
• A 10 place setting dishwasher is also under the worktop.
• A starter amount of dishwasher tablets, rinse aid and dishwasher salt as well as washing up liquid is provided in the cupboard under the sink.
• The extractor fan is switched on by using the push button on the fan housing at the rear of the hob. The extractor rises out of the work top.
• The hob has a safety locking system that operates and alarms if anything is placed on the hob. This is switched off by touching the padlock symbol that is lit.
• The main control switches for all these appliances are located in the adjacent cupboards to the corresponding appliances.
• The kitchen has two breakfast bar areas with seating.
Dining area
• The dining table is 77cm high
• Please do not lift the pew benches by their decorative brass fitments on the ends. These were once umbrella holders. The pews are very heavy and umbrella handles are very weak.
Lounge Area
• The television is a digital Freesat unit, so not only can you get TV channels you can also get some digital radio stations. It is operated by remote control.
• We have also provided a remote controlled DVD player on which you can also play musical CD's so you can play your own DVD's or CD's.
• There are two, two seater settees and one single chair.
• The lower side windows have blackout blinds which just pull down.
• A coffee a table is provided along with a range of side tables
• There is a door which leads to your exclusive patio area via a walkway. This can be used as a means of escape in case of fire.
• There are two cupboards on the bedroom level floor.
• The one opposite the king size bedroom door stores the iron and ironing board, airer, sweeping brush and mop and bucket. The vacuum can also be found here.
• The cupboard on the bedroom half landing next to the stairs has coat hooks in it for your outdoor wear.
Patio area
• There are benches and table on the patio area which is solely for your use.
• Preachers Rest has both smoke and heat detectors with alarms. They are tested regularly and should not be ignored unless you burn the toast.
• The main water stop tap is under the kitchen sink.
• The electric system is checked yearly by a qualified electrician.
• The main electrical distribution board is in the cupboard next to the front door and the electrical circuit breakers can be re-set here. Please do not reset a breaker more than three times. If a circuit breaker keeps tripping please contact the owners or the booking agents and we will get an electrician to attend the property as soon as possible.
• All the small electrical appliances that are not hard wired are either new or are PAT tested yearly.
• The property is none smoking throughout.
• A Fire Blanket and First Aid box are provided and are located to the left of the microwave.
• A Torch & Fire Extinguisher are located on the boxing at the bottom of the stairs.
• All the opening windows on the ground floor and first floor are classified as fire escape windows.
Please don't
• Play ball games on the patios, or the parking area. There is a sports field at the far end of the village (past the station, under the railway bridge and on the left) where there is a fenced tennis court, football pitch in autumn/ winter and a cricket pitch in the summer.
• Use the road at the rear of the properties on Front Street, leading down to the station. This is a private road and the people that own it have requested that we ask our residents not to use it in a motor vehicle, but foot access is permitted.
• Bring your pet, they are not allowed in Preachers Rest.
Please do
• Enjoy your holiday in Preachers Rest.
• Report any problems you have, so that we can sort them as soon as possible to enhance your stay and our customers who follow you.
• Write your comments in our visitor book. Use as much space as you like. Tell us and future customers what you enjoyed during your stay with us not only at Preachers Rest but also around and about the area. This feedback helps us continuously enhance our future customers experience, not only of Preachers Rest but also the surrounding area.
Contact information
Address :- Preachers Rest, 1d Ings Terrace, Grosmont, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO22 5PG.
Grid Reference:- NZ 830002 05313
Owners contact details:- Rod & Jill Hodgson, 01947 811045
Rod's mobile, 07860 881882
Booking agents contact details:- Yorkshire Coastal Cottages,
29 Skinner Street, Whitby,YO21 3AH. 0845 068 2020
Local Taxi's 01947 600600 or 01947 600606

The property was located in a beautiful area with stunning views. The local steam train was a lovely unexpected bonus. As for the property itself, the converted church was even more stunning in person than we expected and had more than everything we needed to enjoy a home from home experience. Will definitely be back
Mr Putman
Wonderful Yorkshire, wonderful weather and most importantly wonderful Preachers Rest. One of the nicest holiday rentals we have stayed in. The upstairs living area and kitchen were enchanting with WiFi being spot on (no problems experienced even with 4 using WiFi at the same time!). All beds were comfortable and plenty of towels provided for our use. A thoroughly well thought out property and a delight to stay in. The holiday particulars should mention the steep steps up from the car parking area and that the property is over 3 floors... The 3rd and smallest bedroom was at the entrance alone on a lower level away from the other 2 bedrooms down a corridoor. This was fine for us being all adults, but might not be suitable if a young child has to sleep there away from all others! SUGGESTION: Another saucepan (or 2) would have made all the difference when cooking a meal for 4/5. Only 2 provided. Also, kitchen serving spoon with holes in - difficult to get poached eggs out without one. Would highly recommend staying here. We loved it and were sad to leave. EXTRA NOTE: If taking a second car there is a car park at the station charging £5 per day (for 24 hours). This itself is not a problem, but sadly this daily charge runs from 12 midnight and states that should a car be in the car park for more than 5 consecutive days it will be towed away. Not very helpful from whoever owns the car park!
Mrs Kingston
The furnishings and fittings are of the highest quality and we had a very comfortable stay. There is plenty to do and see within the Grosmont area and we enjoyed excellent and friendly service throughout our stay.
Mr Wardhaugh
Absolutely brilliant. Can’t fault the place we had a brilliant time.Loved the property. Some really nice touches for arrival. Flowers and Wine were very much appreciated. Thanks.
Mr Ledger
Preacher's Rest is an excellent holiday rental in a beautiful location. There is plenty of space inside and the property was recently decorated and was very clean. The welcome pack of milk, tea, coffee, sugar and fruit cake (Yorkshire Brack) was excellent, and exceptionally helpful after a long drive. As well as the welcome pack we had toilet roll in each en suite, plenty of towels, bedding, washing up supplies, dishwasher tablets, and so on. A lot more than you get in many holiday rentals. Supermarkets do deliver here and we had no problem in getting a Tesco delivery on the day of arrival. There is a basic shop in the village but a better option is the Sainsbury or Aldi in Whitby which is a short drive away. Further afield there are places like Helmsley that have a good selection of local bakers, butchers and so on. Some reviews mentioned problems in the past with the wi-fi. There was certainly nothing wrong with the wi-fi when we visited and the TV had no issues picking up the internet for the iPlayer or YouTube. The owner was very friendly and helped us out with a problem with our car which he certainly didn't have to do. As stated in the description there is parking for one vehicle outside the property. The train station car park which is for other vehicles is a short walk down the hill. There are some steps up to the property and a good number of stairs inside the property as it is on three floors. I believe the owners have a disability friendly rental on the same site, so it would be worth checking that if you would find stairs an issue.
Mr Wren
Fabulous location near to village facilities. Spacious living areas. Well equipped kitchen. Excellent heating system and good wifi. Comfy beds and great showers.
Mrs Barleggs
Fabulous place to stay, we loved it
Mr Preece
Wonderfully clean and well appointed holiday home. Added extras of wine, cake, milk, tea and coffee were simply the icing on the cake. Beautiful sunsets to watch from the elevated position across the Yorkshire countryside. Brilliant, relaxing week.
Mr Chapman
One of the best holiday rentals we've ever had. Clean with a well equiped kitchen and beautifully decorated. Grosmont is also a wonderful little village well positioned to explore the surrounding area.
Mr Thomas
We had a lovely peaceful week. The property was lively and cool when the weather was hot. A great spot for exploring the moors, getting down to the Forest, York and getting to the beach!
Mrs Martindale
The accommodation was very comfortable and well equipped. We all enjoyed our time there.
Mrs Windess
Accommodation was well equipped and spotlessly clean. The location is brilliant with plenty of walks from the door and the steam railway just down the street. Only downsides were that we couldn't get the TV to connect to the broadband so could only watch live TV. Heated towel rails in the bathrooms would be good to avoid the towels and the bathrooms feeling damp after use.
Mr Green
Great location and well appointed property. Owners helpful, WiFi reception good.
Ms Pearce
Great position with access to both sea and and countryside.
Mr Winter
Amazing accommodation with exceptional views you can’t even describe. A lovely peaceful environment and gorgeous local area.
Mrs Dyson
No internet coverage in the sitting room area
Mr Barker
Mrs Radford
We had a lovely few days at Preachers Rest. The place was spotless and had everything we wanted. The only thing that was not perfect was the poor TV reception and average WiFi but this didn't bother us. We would thoroughly recommend it.
Mr Thackray
You should mention you have an Air Source Heat Pump
Rev Cockell
On our arrival we found the dishwasher full of dirty pots and a news paper dated the 12th September which did nothing to install any confidence that the accommodation had undergone a proper clean. The pictures shown of our accommodation did not match what we had, in particular the twin bedroom and bathroom were probably pictures of the adjoining accommodation. The beds in the twin room were not very comfortable.
Mr Hodges
We had a great time at Preacher's Rest and would return again. Very clean, spacious, well equipped. Only niggle was the smart TV was not close enough to the router to get all standard TV channels or Netflix, but we had a laptop so could download films near the centre of the chappel where the wifi is fine and connect to the TV with an HDMI lead. TV had a headphone socket which was great for us as we could connect our external speaker, splitter and hearing impaired headphones. Wifi signal is fine downstairs. Great to be able to walk down into the village to get a coffee, meat pie from the Coop, and see the trains. Some nice clifftop walks from Ravensclaw to Robin Hoods Bay. Walk the 600 yards along the road from Ravenclaw National Trust to the tea room for great cake. Nice walks in Dalby Forest. Was easy to social distance and still enjoy yourself.
Mr Chapman
Preacher’s Rest is one of two holiday lets in a converted chapel. The chapel is set into a hill. Preacher’s Rest is at the back, facing the hill and another property above it. On either side are further properties. There is a steep incline leading to the chapel and a set of steps to get to the entrance which makes it unsuitable for people with mobility issues or the elderly. This information is missing from the description for this property. The upper floor of the property with the kitchen/dining and living area is lovely, bright, airy and modern. It has everything needed. The flowers, cake and milk on arrival were a kind and welcome gesture. Wifi and TV reception was excellent. The sofas were comfortable and the doors that open out to the gantry and the patio is a nice touch. Because this property is at the back of the chapel, walls surround it at ground floor window level. It makes the ground floor feel dark and more like a basement. The holiday lets next door look directly into the main bedroom. This made us feel uncomfortable getting dressed or undressed without the curtains closed. All three bedrooms are small. The single bedroom only takes a single bed from wall to wall, and the window cannot be opened. It is a tight squeeze in the bedrooms between the bed and the walls. In both double bedrooms there is a shelf protruding from a wall which you bump into when trying to squeeze past, particularly in the night. The bed in the main bedroom is not king size, it is a normal double bed. The mattresses are not the best quality. We had issues with the standard of cleaning in the bathrooms. We arrived to find mould on tiles and grouting in two of the bathrooms. There was dark mould and scum on the shower hose and in the bottom tracks of the shower. This came loose when we first ran the water, which was unpleasant. The owner came with the cleaner for a second clean but the dirt on the shower hose and some of the mould on the grouting was still overlooked. We couldn’t be bothered to call them out again because we wanted to enjoy our holiday, so I removed the remaining dirt in the main bathroom myself. The drain cover for this property is situated just outside the main bedroom window and on a couple of occasions when it was sunny there was a strong sewage smell coming from the drains. The second bathroom at this property has a half-sized bath tub and no window. This isn’t mentioned in the description. The picture shows a bathroom with a window. This should be corrected as it is misleading. The plastic strip which acts as a seal between the glass bath screen and the bath in this bathroom has not been cleaned for a long time. There is mould on the tiles and grout above the bath. We did notice a large number of sparrows nesting under the roof on the main bedroom side. We loved the birds and their noise but occupants of the neighbouring holiday lets pointed out the bird droppings on the wall and bathroom window of the chapel. We made the owner aware of a wasp nest under the roof tiles, next to the upper windows. We couldn’t open the windows on this side of the upper floor due to wasps immediately entering the kitchen area. Although the idea of the chapel conversion is nice and the upper floor was lovely, we wouldn’t feel comfortable enough to come back for another visit.
Mrs Archer
Preachers Rest is a lovey converted church, it was very clean with all amenities, thank you for the wine, milk and cake it was very welcoming after a long drive, unfortunately we were not able to enter the cottage until 17.00 which made for a very long day. Due to there being no cushions on the church pews at the dining table, sitting was very uncomfortable, we had to bring pillows from the bedrooms to sit on! Government guidelines do state that cushions can be used and covers washed weekly? The bedrooms are on the small side, the single room is more of a box room and the twin room is also rather small for two people. The bath in the twin room looks too small to accommodate an adult. There are several steps up to the sitting and dining area which are curved and rather steep, especially for an elderly person or one with limited mobility. Grosmont is stunning with beautiful views and the village only a five minute walk away, but with a steep hill to climb on returning to the cottage, two of our party did find this challenging and this wasn’t repeated so we were unable to visit the shop or the pub in the village unless we drove down and back! The WiFi was very intermittent and for most of the five days were unable to watch Netflix, the programmes on Freeview were also intermittent due to pixelation. We did try to enjoy our holiday but we wont be returning to Preachers Rest! I recommend that some these important measures are outlined in the description as i would have not booked this cottage knowing them! 
Mrs Houghton
We had such a lovely week here. Preacher's Rest is beautiful and so cosy. We have been happy tucked up here on wet days! We had a lovely walk to Beck Hole - had a drink in the tiny pub there. Lovely meal at the Witching Post in Egton and lovely walks on the beach from Sandsend to Whitby. Thanks for such a welcome here - we've loved it.
Mr P Wilkes
Lovely time had by all - beautiful area with lots to do. Well equipped, very comfortable place to stay - thanks.
We have had an enjoyable week here in Grosmont made all the better by the high quality of accommodation! Thank you for the welcome pack, we're taking Brack home with us! We've visited Whitby, Scarborough, York and Castle Howard. We're not train enthusiasts, but visiting here we can see the attraction. We enjoyed a trip into Whitby and back. Highly recommend Preacher's Rest.
Beautiful holiday home! Elin (aged 6) says the little room is the best room ever, far away from the noisy adults! I am wracking my brain trying to think of anything that is missing but can't think of anything!Thank you very much. (Glass broken in the rush to leave it tidy - sorry.)
Dr T Fowler
Our second visit to this fabulous Chapel conversion. Previously we stayed at Chapel-on-the-Hill. They are both perfect; everything (and more) you could possibly want. Thank you for the welcome of milk, wine, gorgeous tarts and the lovely flowers. We've had a great week.
Had a lovely late summer 3 night stay in this beautiful property with our train-mad two year old! When we booked, we didn't even realised Grosmont had a train imagine his jublilation when he not only saw the beautiful station and steam trains but also a 'choo choo' tunnel you can walk through leading to a train shed and shop complete with model railway! We caught a train to Whitby, visited Sandsend and also Robin Hood's Bay which is a beautiful place. Very impressed with the accommodation - the owners have done an amazing job and seemingly have thought of EVERYTHING! Until next time...
The Cracknell Family
We have enjoyed our second stay at Preachers Rest and have been fortunate to have lovely weather. Thank you again for the welcome pack and we look forward to coming back.
We very much enjoyed our recent stay in Preacher's Rest - this is a stunning conversion of an old church and the accommodation was finished to an extremely high standard. Preparations for our stay by our hosts ensured we had a wonderful stay and would thoroughly recommend this property to others and look forward to returning.
I Philip, Kinross,
Just wanted to say what a fantastic week we have had in Yorkshire. Stunning chapel, all helped by the weather being so good. Many thanks.
The Hines Family, Norfolk


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