Stonegarth is a rustic, three-storey holiday cottage set amongst the cobbled streets of the picture-perfect village of Staithes, North Yorkshire.
Boasting a history dating back 200 years and enjoying a central location in the village, Stonegarth makes an idyllic base for both families and friends seeking a coastal getaway.
Kick off your shoes as you step inside and enter into the snug sitting room, traditionally-decorated with original exposed stonework and a warming woodburning stove, providing a lovely spot to unwind in front of the Smart TV following a day exploring the delights of North Yorkshire.
Climb a handful of stone steps and discover the open-plan kitchen/diner tucked away at the rear of the holiday home, fit with a fabulous range of amenities including an electric oven and hob to prepare delicious meals throughout your staycation alongside a handy washing machine and dishwasher to help keep your space neat and tidy!
Uncork a bottle of wine and gather together with your loved ones at the wooden dining table taking centre stage in the sociable space to indulge in a hearty meal or carry the conversation into the late evening with a game of cards.
Climbing the stairs to the first floor, you'll discover the first of two well-presented bedrooms, a sumptuous double room nestled alongside the contemporary family bathroom, whilst a twin bedroom is positioned under the sloped ceiling of the second floor.
Benefiting from a central location, there's a plethora of delicious eateries resting a short walk from your doorstep, perfect for those evenings where you fancy a break from doing the cooking; enjoy a spot of pub grub at The Royal George, savour fresh seaside cuisine with a view across the coastline at The Cod & Lobster or add a touch of luxury to your break with a spot of afternoon tea at Dotty's Vintage Tearoom.
Stroll alongside the colourful buildings that decorate the cobbled streets and head towards the old harbour, where you can watch the world go by with a view across the North Sea, or spend lazy days lounging on the beach.
Travel along the coast toward the popular seaside town of Whitby, where you can climb the iconic 199 steps to reach Whitby Abbey, famed as the inspiration behind Bram Stokers Dracula, tour the exhibitions showcasing the maritime life of Captain Cook at the Captain Cook Memorial Museum, or embark on a two-footed adventure along The Cinder Track through the peaceful countryside towards Robin Hood's Bay.
Travel further north and discover Saltburn-by-the-Sea, where you can tour the formal grounds of Saltburn Valley Gardens, test your swing with a game of golf at the towns 18-hole course, or try your luck at the amusement arcades aboard the pier.
With so much to see and do, whisk your loved ones away on a memorable retreat to Stonegarth.