Burton Fleming

Filey, Vale of York & Yorkshire Wolds(Ref. 1015812)

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This is an incredible house - from the outside it looks like a period cottage, which it is, but open the door….and there's a stunning, stylish and luxurious interior with a lot of love and thought been given to its renovation with great attention to detail and comfort for a superb holiday. Located in the picturesque village of Burton Fleming, just 5 miles from the beach and Filey, this lovely three bedroom cottage is very stylish and includes two wood burning stoves, an enclosed private garden and on-street parking.

One of the best rentals we have stayed in - great layout, usable interior and exterior spaces (well furnished), ideal location, every facility you could ask for, spotlessly clean

Would recommend to anyone thinking of a holiday in this lovely part of the world, we would stay again.



Ground Floor
The hallway opens into a glorious and large open plan living area with a wonderful wood burning stove - as well as under floor heating - comfortable velvet sofa and window seat. There is a large 42" TV with Blu-Ray/DVD player and music centre.

The kitchen is fabulous and well-equipped with a dining with views of the garden, an ideal space for the whole family to sit, dine, chat and enjoy.

There is a second sitting room/playroom with books, games and 40" TV, which also has a good burning stove.

Off the kitchen is a utility room plus a cloaks/WC.

Leading from the kitchen is a west-facing terrace with table and chairs for al fresco dining and a charming, enclosed garden with lawned area, that's a sun trap in the summer, and can be lit in the evening to enjoy dinner or a nightcap under the stars.

First Floor
To the first floor is a gorgeous, large master bedroom with fitted wardrobes, cheval mirror and an en-suite bathroom with fabulous double basin and a shower over the bath, WC and hand wash basin. (This bathroom is a 'Jack and Jill', with a second door so it doubles as a house bathroom).

There are two more superb double bedrooms with one having a superb en-suite shower room with a shower, WC and a double-size basin with a 'waterfall' tap.

The garden is enclosed with a terrace, table and seating plus a lawn and well-stocked borders.

Visit the wonderful and abundant vegetable garden - fresh available produce is left for guests to use. It’s a gorgeous oasis, with a vast array of fruits and vegetables packing raised beds including red currants, strawberries, garlic, onions, lettuce, fennel, tomatoes, runner beans, green beans, French beans, and herbs – the list is endless! Children love to learn about growing vegetables and this lovely garden is an inspiration for budding, green-fingered youngsters as well as an ideal place for cooks who like to use superb, fresh produce, straight from the soil, to wander and select a few choice morsels for dinner.

The owners provide a 'meet and greet' service with wonderful fresh-from-the-oven homemade baking to welcome you and in the summer, a basket of vegetables from their garden!




The cottage is located in the picturesque village of Burton Fleming, just five miles from the sea; the village is lovely with a stream running through it and amenities include a local inn, village shop and popular tea rooms as well as an ancient church. Burton Fleming is situated in the heart of the chalk wolds - see the many hares in the fields as they like chalk-soil - there are lots of wonderful walks including one through the local organic farm. A great location for a family holiday that offers plenty of variety, with Strattan House as a truly wonderful base to enjoy it from. Post Office and Village Shop - open every day, stocking a wide range of groceries, general household goods and daily papers. Burton Arms Pub - located at the village crossroads serving lunches and dinners. Butchers shop - also sells pies, cakes, and other local produce, located on Thwing Road, from Stratton House walk back towards crossroads and straight over the shop is on the right. Aunt Sal's Pantry Farm Shop and Tea Room - a traditional farm shop and tea room selling home produce and home cooked food. It is perfectly located for a well-earned break for walkers, hikers, cyclists, bikers and holiday makers, choose from a mouth-watering selection of cakes, pastries, teas, sandwiches, toasties and panini’s. St Cuthberts Church - something from just about every architectural period imaginable, Norman, medieval, Georgian, or Victorian, all piled on top of each other in glorious eclectic style. Village Walk - there is a lovely village walk that runs along a grass path and track through West Field House Farm, during the spring and summer you will see many different wild flowers and grasses in the verges of the fields. Hares, sky larks are common sights (and sounds). If you are lucky you may catch sight of deer or an owl cruising the hedges for food at dusk, the path crosses the path of the Gypsey race at several points. Full details of the walk and a map are provided in the Stratton House information folder for guests. Gypsey Race - the Gypsey Race is a chalk stream that runs through the villages of West Lutton, East Lutton, Helperthorpe, Weaverthorpe, Butterwick, Foxholes, Wold Newton, Burton Fleming, Rudston and Boynton. The stream flows into the North Sea in Bridlington harbour. The Gypsey race rises in the Great Wold Valley through a series of springs, and flows intermittently, according to folklore, when the Gypsey race is flowing, bad fortune is at hand. It flowed in the year before the great plague of 1664, the restoration of Charles II, and the landing of William of Orange.

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Stylish and luxurious interior - lovingly renovated with a great attention to detail

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Note: Pets are welcome at a cost of £30.00 per pet per stay.
Note: On Street parking

One of the best rentals we have stayed in - great layout, usable interior and exterior spaces (well furnished), ideal location, every facility you could ask for, spotlessly clean. Would recommend to anyone thinking of a holiday in this lovely part of the world, we would stay again.
Mr Robertson
Nice quiet location, lovely house with great facilities! Lovely garden too
Mrs Davidson
The cottage looked so good on line I was hoping the reality would match it. Need not have worried, it was even better than we expected! Difficult to think of any negatives, however minor. The village is quiet and peaceful and is an excellent base for both the Wolds and the coastal resorts. We were very lucky with the weather, which is always a bonus, and enabled us to eat outdoors when we felt like it, but the cottage was so comfortable that I'm sure we would have been content had the weather been less clement. Highly recommended.
Mr Butler
The house was lovely and had everything we needed for a very comfortable and relaxing holiday.
Mrs Hall
We were welcomed by Rebecca on arrival into a warm house (it was pouring) and found everything great. Visited various beaches with our dog and returned to a lovely house and garden. Visited many holiday homes over the years but have to say Stratton House is way up with the best..
Mrs Best
The accommodation was 5* the owners lovely and welcoming they should be proud of all they have achieved with their house.
Mrs Munnery
Since our visit last Autumn, a number of improvements have been made to the property making the stay even better
Mr Wilson
We really enjoyed our stay in the lovely house and village. The walk on the beach at Hunmanby Gap was memorable. The local walk detailed by the Owners was also very good. The fish & chips at the Royal Parade Cafe by the beach at Filey were very good.
Mr Wilson


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