This detached stone cottage is on the edge of the owner’s farm in the North Yorkshire village of Hinderwell and sleeps 4 people in 2 bedrooms.
St Hilda's Cottage is a detached stone cottage on the edge of the owners farm in the North Yorkshire village of Hinderwell. The cottage sleeps four people in two double bedrooms, one of which has a super king-size bed. The bedrooms are accessed by a spiral staircase.
The bathroom in the property contains a bath with shower over, basin and WC. Downstairs, the living accommodation is spacious and open plan, featuring a fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside is an enclosed, decked rear patio with private hot tub and furniture.
Guests also have shared use of a sauna with two other properties. Off road parking is available for one car. With village amenities on the doorstep, the beach just a mile away and historic Whitby an easy drive, St Hilda's Cottage makes a great base for a romantic break in Yorkshire.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
Mr So 3 of us (3 young lads) booked a 3 night stay here in February half term.
-On arrival we were greeted with dirty floors, dirty pots and pans, dirty hobs and even wee stains on the toilet. We spent an hour cleaning up.
-A stool was cracked right in the middle.
-13 bulbs out and none of the landing lights where working.
-Had to wait a full day for the hot tub to reach temperature
-1/2 a toilet roll was available for 3 grown men for 3 nights!!
-No salt in the salt pot
-The welcome pack consisted of 6 of the little milks that you would get in McDonald?s, no tea or coffee to go with it!!
-A light was hanging down
-Visitors book was full and had been since October.
-WiFi signal inadequate.
-There?s a DVD player but not the appropriate lead to go with it so couldn?t watch available dvds
-Soap holder and plinth has come off the wall in the bathroom.
So all in all I?d not advise you to stay there!!
I contacted Sykes cottages who we booked it through when we got back and awaited their phone call and have rang on numerous occasions since as I?m STILL waiting a response hence why I?ve put this on later to give Sykes cottages and the cottage itself time to rectify my complaint. cookywest 2019-03-29
Cosy, comfortable, cute After reading a review from August 2018 I was concerned about our stay, but I can honestly say I'm not sure the review is for the same place. The Cottage looks just like the pictures, the hottub is fantastic and it has everything you need ( apart from WiFi)
The owners greeted us on arrival and we had fresh farm complimentary eggs every morning for breakfast. The locations is brilliant. We had fab days in Whitby and Robin Hood's Bay as well as Sandsend beach being so close!!
Towels and bedding included and no issues.
The only thing I'd add is WiFi but some people prefer to get away from the world on a seaside break.
Thanks for having us Sarah L 2018-10-30
Very disappointing. We were unable to speak to the owner (Mr D Barker) after making several phone calls trying and didn't have a visit from him during our stay. The supposedly detached cottage is definitely not detached (end cottage of a row)and luxury as advertised. The stale smell that greeted us when we arrived was overpowering and we had to buy several air freshners but we couldn't get rid of the smell. The cottage is dirty and in need of a lot of repairs. The outside metal garden furniture is rusty and dangerous. There was a lot of bodged DIY done that looked awful. The towels were thin and rough. The crockery and pans were old and damaged. ....and a very sparse selection. There are no wardrobes, just cupboards with shelves (no good for hanging dresses or trousers). The bath needed a good clean and descale.
Overall a very disappointing stay (that we cut short because of the state of the cottage ). It was certainly not value for money.
We were very disappointed. Nicky M 2018-08-13
Will return We stayed for a week it helped weather was lovely .The cottage is in a small village local pub badger and hound serves good food .The cottage is modern large on a small holding with various animals the fresh eggs are lovely and you can collect your own .Lovely cliff walks from the cottage into stathies and runswick bay .Everyone is so friendly and if you have a dog they are welcome everywhere .The hot tub is a nice addition and very welcome after a long walk
We will definatley stay again comfortable cottage in a great area Jackie D 2017-05-05
Mr We stayed over valentine's week. We were initially concerned over some of the reviews on trip adviser however they are a little out of date. The lodge is superb and yes being on a farm does mean getting a little muddy when collecting your fresh eggs, but well worth it
The owner Linda was so helpful and just couldn't fault the stay. The hot tub was amazing and just what was needed after long walks. Highly recommended Alan H 2017-03-02
Parking Space Jacuzzi Linen provided Towels provided Dishwasher Cooker Fridge Washing Machine Television High Chair Cot
Double Beds 2
Gas central heating Electric oven, 5-ring gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, 2 x TVs with Freeview, DVD All fuel and power inc in rent Bed linen and towels inc in rent Travel cot and highchair on request Off road parking for 2 cars Enclosed, decked rear patio with private hot tub and furniture One well-behaved dog welcome Sorry, no smoking Shop and pub 5 mins walk Beach 1 mile Note: Bottle of Prosecco on arrival for any bookings between the 3rd January 2020 and 31st January 2020
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Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Hinderwell area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
of facilities are believed correct at time of publication, but may
be subject to change by the cottage proprietor. Up-to-the-minute
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