This luxurious property benefits from a stunning location and offers exceptional accommodation for a family or group of friends of up to four people.
Originally built as the wing of a country manor house, this property has exceptional sleeping accommodation for groups of up to four people. The decoration is to a very high standard and the accent is on luxury; the sitting-room has its own library and snooker-table, there is a four-poster bed and a whirlpool bath. In addition, the spacious kitchen-diner is well equipped and offers plenty of room for family meals.
In the summer, the cooking can be done outside, as there is a spacious garden, complete with garden furniture and a barbecue.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
A bit of a wolf in sheep's clothing. Outside the property the view is amazing and the ground within which to stroll or play with your dog is enormous and everything one could wish for.... Inside things are a little different.
The warning signs begin when washing your hands, all the soap dispensers had been diluted so that the liquid soap ejected contained far more liquid than soap.
If the bed in the master bedroom was a lot more comfortable one wouldn't mind so much if one were trapped inside as was the case when the door closed and the handle stayed in your hand ( when I finally saw the owner for the first time the day before leaving he told me that guests had been complaining about this for a long time !!?!).
It would have been nice had we been told that the cue ball on the snooker table was a trick ball which gave the impression of the table not being level rendering it unusable during our stay.
Thankfully I'd still got ear-plugs in my toilet bag as my partner's adult daughter needed them in the second bedroom. A locked single door separates the room from the main house bearing a scribbled note on each side asking the occupant for quiet and consideration. Unfortunately children being children but below reading age and sleeping snoring adults are oblivious to the words. ( replacing the second door would help but the owner preferred to blame the guest ).
At this point a list may be more appropriate....
The immersion heater in the master bedroom rattles all night.
The showers in both en suites exhibit black mould ( particularly in the 2nd. )
If the fridge remains the same bring some tools in case the door refuses to close again, though the noise may be more difficult to fix.
Don't expect the furnishings to be stately as another trip to the auction house could be time and money well spent.
If anything should go wrong don't count on the handyman as he is only employed for 2 days a week ( and even though my partner informed the owner on the morning after the problem with the door handle ...which coincided with one of his duty days... nothing happened ). This was the only time prior to the day of leaving that I complained , quickly learning that there was little point.
I'm very well travelled all over the world but have rarely felt as disappointed as on this occasion. Someone who cares far more than for the money should be let loose in the West Wing to return it , which from reviews in years past was the case, to the standard it once was. Sightseer40543705875 2019-08-11
A lovely warm welcome from the owners to the most wonderful accommodation we have ever stayed in coupled with the huge garden area with a view to die for. Plenty of exercise space for our dog. Definitely recommend to others and we certainly plan to return. Mr Walton 2015-10-10
The cottage was perfect for our needs, which included the chance to chill out (with fantastic views) and have our two Cairn terriers with us. We would definitely want to come back here again. Mr Hawkins 2015-07-26
The addition of a full sized snooker table was such a nice touch, and the customer care that the owners showed. The property and the grounds were very dog friendly, also close to a very good pub and the park and ride into Whitby. Looking at the guest books comments you can see why people return time and time again. Mr Cockerill 2015-06-06
Brilliant holiday in beautiful location Immediate help and advice from Mary and Richard for 2 sen cits +adult son+ large dog.
Everything we wanted or needed in accommodation and recreation.Snooker table inspiring !
Local pub friendly ,as were villagers,Moors provided wonderful walks and stunning scenery.
Dog (and walker !) blessed with access to large ,mown, field on site. jwade2015 2015-06-06
Parking Space Linen provided Towels provided Dishwasher Cooker Fridge Washing Machine Television High Chair Cot WiFi
Double Beds 1
Oil central heating Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV/video, DVD player, radio/CD player, WiFi, snooker table All fuel and power inc in rent Bed linen and towels inc in rent Cot and highchair on request Ample off road parking Enclosed, lawned and gravelled garden to rear, with garden furniture and BBQ Shared use of 7 acres of grounds Two well-behaved dogs welcome Sorry, no smoking Shop less than 2 miles, pub 5 mins walk Note - This property is unable to accept 14 night bookings in June, July and August NOTE- Children and dogs to be supervised in the garden due to a small wall at the bottom of the having a drop over it- fence will not be provided as this will spoil the amazing views it offers
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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