Wi-Fi: Free Wi-Fi included. Welcome hamper on arrival.
Utilities: All utilities, bed linen & towels included.
Pets are welcome at £30.00 per pet per stay.
Parking: Private parking for one car; additional free on-street parking.
What's on nearby?
SHOPPING! Browse in the charming Wild Hart near the bridge by the beck; it’s a delightful selection of vintage pieces for the home plus beach-inspired accessories. Wander next door to Serendipity, a charming gift shop which also accommodates The Healing Touch, offering holistic therapies. The well-stocked Sandsend Stores is a must, it sells groceries, deli, fresh bread, dairy, newspapers, postcards, wine, beer and chocolates. CLEVELAND WAY The Cleveland Way National Trail is a walking route through beautiful landscape and scenery and is one of may nature trails over the cliff paths, attracting not only walkers but surfers and fishing enthusiasts too. WHITBY 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 and steeped in history and is packed with antique shops, tea rooms, and all kinds of restaurants. NORTH YORKSHIRE MOORS NATIONAL PARK The nearby national park offers superb mountain biking, hiking and horse riding. NORTH YORKSHIRE MOORS STEAM RAILWAY Aboard the steam railway, is the stunning ‘Heartbeat’ heritage coastline to explore, with its quaint fishing villages and smugglers coves. 18 HOLE GOLD COURSE Between Sandsend and Whitby is a fabulous 18-hole golf course perched on top of the cliff. MULGRAVE WOODS Discover the romantic castle ruins along secluded footpaths. SANDSEND DINING Visit the lovely Wits End, Sandside and Tides Cafes, all on the sea front; The Hart Inn serves great pub food – you can sit outside when it’s warm – or treat yourself with dinner at the award-winning Estbek House restaurant. Whether you want a hearty breakfast whilst watching the waves, delicious homemade cakes with afternoon tea or a romantic candlelit supper for two, there’s plenty of choices in Sandsend.