Runswick Bay near Staithes, North York Moors & Coast(Ref. 1076816)

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A stylish single-storey lodge nestled in the seaside village of Runswick Bay, North Yorkshire. Ground-floor living. Open-plan. WiFi. Staithes 2.8 miles; Whitby 9 miles; Saltburn-by-the-Sea 11.5 miles.

The property was lovely and very clean

Very quiet and relaxing.It’s a pity we found one or two minor problems on arrival ie shower bracket broken,but just holding the shower head on,curtain rails a bit askew where brackets coming away from wall.These were reported.However nothing to put us off.It was nice to find some food essentials had been left for us.Despite previous comments we found no problems with the TV.



Staithes 2.8 miles. Situated in the quaint village of Runswick Bay, just a few miles from the picturesque seaside village of Staithes, is this contemporary single-storey lodge, Bramblewick. This fabulously-appointed lodge adds a touch of luxury to your next family staycation to North Yorkshire.

Two sought-after off-road parking spaces greet you upon arrival at the property, making it easy to leave the car and head off to explore the delights of the local area on foot, before ascending a few steps to reach the lodge, welcoming you into the open-plan living space, flooded with natural light invited in through the patio doors, and beautifully decorated with a mix of contemporary and traditional furnishings, offerings a welcoming atmosphere.

The sociable space boasts a stylish kitchen, fit with all of the modern amenities, and featuring an elegant kitchen island, doubling as a breakfast bar, where you can enjoy a glass of wine with the chef, before gathering the group around the dining table to spend some overdue quality time together as you indulge in some tasty treats. Snuggle up into an armchair in front of the fire to watch a movie together, making sure not to forget the popcorn, before heading off to bed, tucking the kids up in the twin bedroom before retiring to the king-size bedroom, benefiting from an en-suite shower room, where you can rinse off your sandy toes before nestling down for the night. In the morning, prepare for another day of adventure with a rejuvenate rinse in the family bathroom, before heading outside through the patio doors to enjoy a spot of breakfast on the veranda as the sun rises, indulging in a loaf of freshly baked bread from the nearby Beech Grove Bakery.

Lace up your walking boots and take the liner walk along the clifftop of Runswick Bay, providing panoramic views across the bay, dropping down to the beautiful sandy beach to build a sandcastle and a dip in the rejuvenating water before following the Cleveland Way National Trail north to the village of Staithes, where you can browse the quaint boutiques for a keepsake and finish the day with a stop at The Royal George for a pint of real ale.Travel further afield to the nearby seaside resort of Scarborough, home to a host of fun-filled attractions, including Scarborough Open Air Theatre, the venue for musical performances, as well as Alpamare UK, a beachfront water park homing four exciting slides, perfect for the thrill-seekers in the group!

Water enthusiasts can head to Dexters Surf Shop, School & Hire Centre Ltd to partake in a surfing lesson, as the rest of the group enjoy a leisurely stroll along North Bay Beach, delighting in the colourful beach huts that line the beachfront. However you plan to spend your time, Bramblewick is an idyllic base for touring the very best of North Yorkshire.




This spacious, single-storey holiday lodge rests in Runswick Bay near Staithes and provides quality accommodation for for a family staycation. Off-road parking and WiFi make Bramblewick a lovely home away from home, while additional features such as a wine cooler and an inviting deking area make this the ideal property any time of year.

What's on nearby?


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.

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Guest Comments
The property was lovely and very clean.Very quiet and relaxing.It’s a pity we found one or two minor problems on arrival ie shower bracket broken,but just holding the shower head on,curtain rails a bit askew where brackets coming away from wall.These were reported.However nothing to put us off.It was nice to find some food essentials had been left for us.Despite previous comments we found no problems with the TV.
Mr Walters
We had a lovely weeks stay at Bramblebrook. The lodge was spotless on arrival and had everything for my wife I , and a great enclosed deck for our little dog Milli. The area is great to get out to quaint little coastal villages like Sandsend , Saltburn and Staithes as well as Redcar and Whitby. The weather was also kind to us. All in all a great holiday.
Mr Milner
peaceful location cabin is perfect had a nice break would definitely go back 10 out of 10 for us
Mr Clarke
We realise that the live TV to no fault of the owner but it would have been nice if we informed on arrival
Mrs McMillan
Bramble wick was an excellent lodge to stay in. Very clean and comfy with all mod cons including dishwasher and wine cooler! We loved our stay here and would definitely recommend, there was plenty of room for us 4 adults and 1 dog. The only thing I would suggest is better instructions of where to find the lodge once you arrive! We went into the first main gate which took us onto the wrong part of the site and we ended up trying to get into the wrong lodge!! So from the main rd, go down the lane and take the second gate on the right (not the first).
Miss Branton
A well presented lodge in a really good location surrounded by beautiful scenery. Would definitely vist again
Mrs Squire
Lodge was lovely clean, well equipped. We would stay there again.
Mrs Clowery
Positives: A fabulous lodge on a very peaceful site, in a beautiful location. Situated between 2 lovely walks along the Cleveland Way (3.8 miles to Staithes & 9 miles to Whitby). The welcome pack was a lovely surprise. But it would have been useful to have known about it in advance. Negatives: • Broken shower bracket in en-suite (previously reported by other guests). • No live ITV channels (previously reported by other guests). • On 6/5/22 we checked with Sykes Cottages to see if Bramblewick lodge had a washing machine. We were told us that none of the lodges had one. It did !! • No ironing board or iron (which is odd given that it has a washing machine). • The lock on the main door to the lodge was temperamental in that, on occasions, it wouldn’t lock/unlock. • The patio doors would not close properly and are clearly out of alignment. We had to pull the door to the left in order to close it correctly (previously reported by other guests). • More general information about the surrounding area would have been useful: Eg. (1) Local walking guides (fortunately we took our own and have left them for future guests); (2) public transport – we discovered that the bus stops were opposite the Runswick Bay Hotel and that the X4 bus runs every half hour to/from Whitby & Middlesborough. • The lack of a site office was a little disconcerting. What would happen in an emergency?
Mrs Eccles
The lodge itself was beautiful however 1: We had an issue on the first day with the patio door not closing it took quite a while to get through to you by telephone and the door was not fixed up until leaving 2: Did not appreciate coming back to the lodge for lunch to find a maintenance guy looking at the cooker would have been nice to be informed he would be there especially as this was a holiday. 3: Did not think it was professional to have to keep bringing parcels in for the owners of the lodge 4: There was no live T.V which should have been made aware of before arrival yes there was net flix however on 2 occasions we couldn't access it as it said too many devices were using the account "ian" 5: did not enjoy being woken up by the diggers directly behind the bedroom at 7.30am/7.45am each morning should have a note on the listing about noisy building works. Such a shame had the above not happened would have been perfect
Mrs Clare


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