North York Moors Self Catering cottage, 1 Brow Cottages, Goathland, sleeps 4
Areas: North York Moors
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1 Brow Cottages
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Pricing From: £370.00
This idyllic, semi-detached stone cottage, is set in the tiny hamlet of Green End near Goathland in the North York Moors National Park and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
1 Brow Cottages is an idyllic, semi-detached stone cottage, set in the tiny hamlet of Green End near Goathland in the North York Moors National Park and can sleep four people in one double bedroom and one twin room. There is a ground floor family bathroom. The rest of this character property consists of a kitchen, dining room with woodburning stove and sitting room with open fire.
To the outside of the property there is off road parking for two cars and a lawned garden with furniture. Surrounded by spectacular scenery and yet close to Whitby and the coast, 1 Brow Cottages is ideal for a romantic retreat or family break.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
Superb Cottage. Superb Location.
The cottage is in a lovely rural and remote location, surrounded by the wilds of The North Yorkshire Moors. The cottage looks out over the valley. You can hear the steam train off in the distance and see the smoke rising through the trees below on occasion when out walking. There are walks literally outside the door. The back garden is massive and enclosed so it was perfect for our two Labrador Retrievers: Stan & Ollie. The cottage is excellent. Equipped to a high standard with everything you need. The owner told us the cottage had undergone a major refresh and you could tell. The new bed was really comfy. He could not have been more helpful and made us feel at home. The area is very peaceful with a very unique pub down the bottom of the hill, well worth the walk. While the cottage is remote, Whitby and Pickering are only a short drive and there are lots of other attractions within a half an hour drive: Robin Hoods Bay, Castle Howard, Helmsley and Flamingo Land. We spent a lovely week - peaceful and relaxing - at Brow Cottage and wish we could have stayed longer!
Beautiful cottage, amazing scenery and friendly owner
Fantastic! what a stunning cottage and a very helpful owner. Brow Cottage is in an incredibly beautiful rural location with plenty of walks and beautiful scenery. The cottage is well equipped and very cozy and oozes history. Some of the beams are from the early 1800's. As musicians we stayed her for the Whitby Folk Festival; Whitby is a short drive and Brow Cottage is a perfect base for us and for exploring. The owner is friendly and helpful. We would defiantly come back again and recommend.
The Old Blacksmith's Shop! Loved it!
This place is over 200 years old but has been renovated nicely and retains the old, quirky character of the place. It's an unusually, cozy house with views over the Esk Valley like non other. Waking up and looking out at the moors was the best thing ever.
Apparently it was the old blacksmiths some years ago (According to the owner; who was incredibly helpful and thoughtful. We had a couple of minor issues and he went out of his way to help and resolved things quickly). It was cold and wild the first couple of days, but the last few the sun came out and we even managed a cup of tea in the garden - our two terriers loved the garden too! The garden is enclosed so it was great.
We loved the history of this place and will definitely come back in a heartbeat!
Talking of heartbeat: Goathland is where it was filmed and I think the house is in one of the episodes - I know have to watch them again.
Off the beaten path!
This is an amazing place in an absolutely amazing location. The cottage is off the beaten track and a great place to base yourself for day trips and walks. If the weather is bad, the cottage is cosy, charming and wonderfully renovated. Get the fires going on an evening! Huge garden but to be honest the location makes it feel like the whole of the North Yorkshire Moors are yours!
Peaceful. Beautiful. Brilliant!
We had the best time at Brow Cottage with our dog, Wolfie. The cottage is perfectly placed on the Moors with stunning views over the valley. A couple of minutes from the pub at the bottom of the hill by the brook and far enough from everything to enjoy the solitude. I sat at the writing desk and wrote. I read in the rocking chair and hung out in the huge garden. There is pretty much everything you need here - very comfortable. Cozy and interesting too. It's a great place to base yourself for trips to the seaside for fish & chips and vampire walks! We love Brow Cottage. The owner was very helpful too when we had some questions about the place. We'll be back as soon as we can. Thanks!
Oil central heating with woodburning stove and open fire
Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer, TV with Freeview, DVD, radio, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
Fuel and power inc in rent
Bed linen and towels inc in rent
Travel cot and highchair
Off road parking for 2 cars
Lawned garden with furniture
Two well-behaved dogs welcome
Sorry, no smoking
Shop less than 2 miles, pub 8 mins walk
Note: Check-in 4pm
Note: The spiral staircase may be unsuitable for anybody with mobility issues
This property has a Private Water Supply
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