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Yorkshire Self Catering cottage, Castle View Cabin, Cloughton, sleeps 2

Castle View Cabin
YO13 0AR

Castle View Cabin, Cloughton, Yorkshire

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Sykes Cottages
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Sleeps a maximum of: 2

Pricing From: £286.00

This delightful log cabin rests in Cloughton, North Yorkshire and can sleep three people in two bedrooms.

The Hulleys Lodge is a lovely log cabin nestled in Cloughton, North Yorkshire. All rooms are on the ground floor, hosting two bedrooms, a double and single, sleeping a total of three guests and served by a family shower room. It also has an open-plan living room with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with an electric fire.

Outside has a small gravelled area with a bench and lawn, as well as ample off-road parking. The Hulleys Lodge is a wonderful choice for couples and small families seeking a seaside break.


Fantastic cabin with wonderful views !
Castle View Cabin near Cloughton is a must visit holiday destination. My son (22) and I had a 1 week stay there in June 2021. The cabin is actually located on a farm, down a short farm track off the village road. There are some fields used for camping and there is also a holiday cottage on site. I must firstly thank James (the owner) who is second to none as far as I?m concerned when it comes to points of contact for your holiday. James lives in the farm house adjacent to the cabin and is the most friendly and genuine local chap you could wish to meet. He came over and introduced himself when we arrived and said if we needed anything at all just to tap on the farm house door or phone him at any time during our stay. He is full of local knowledge and has a wealth of information on things to see and do and places to visit. The cabin itself is very thoughtfully laid out with a Lounge, a Kitchen, 2 bedrooms (1 double and a single) and a shower room. It has gas fired central heating and also a modern electric fire (I guess real cozy for those winter hols with long dark nights) Obviously we didn?t have cause to use the heating as we holidayed in June but great to see it's there when required. The good thing we found was the plentiful supply of hot water both in the shower and also for washing up. There is a window in the shower that has a view out over the field towards the wood and is great to gaze out of whilst taking a shower ! The kitchen itself is very well appointed with a full size gas oven and ample crockery and cutlery. There are also all the kitchen utensils you could wish for and more ! In fact it's the most utensils I have ever seen in a holiday home ever (and we?ve stopped in loads over the years) The beds are very comfortable and both bedrooms come with ample storage for a week away. It is so peaceful to lie back and all you can hear is the wildlife. The dawn chorus sounds amazing and it's such a beautiful location to wake up in every morning. There is a smart TV in the lounge with access to all Freeview channels and YouTube etc etc. The WiFi connectivity is excellent and was great for us to connect our phones, laptop and iPad. The view from the cabin is a real unique feature and is truly stunning. It looks out over the rolling fields towards the coast and beyond to Scarborough Castle, then Filey Brig and right in the distance you'll see Flamborough. It's well worth taking a pair of binoculars. We spent ages looking out to sea and along the coast. The cliffs at Flamborough look especially amazing ! The other thing that looks great out of the window is the wildlife. There are numerous birds of all sizes. We also saw a pair of young foxes playing in the field one evening and the next evening saw a pair of baggers playing. We also saw some deer in the field on a number of occasions. The grounds around the farm are great to explore. Obviously the main farmhouse and associated buildings are out of bounds as these are James's private areas as is the main yard at the end of the drive. We went on a few walks out from the farm itself as there are public footpaths in most directions. The short walk down to Hayburn Wyke Waterfall is really good to get your bearings and get down to the coast. From here you can also pick up the Cinder Path to Scarborough in one direction and Whitby in the other. It's a disused railway route and a real easy walk or cycle with wonderful scenery. The other great thing here is you've got the Hayburn Wyke Inn to have a cheeky beer or two. We had Evening meal there a couple of times too and the food and beer is excellent. The other pub local to the cabin is The Bryherstones Country Inn and that also serves excellent food and beer. All in all Castle View Cabin is a beautiful place to spend a week away. We found it very competitively priced and was great value too. I?d like to sign off now with a big thank you to James for helping have a most enjoyable holiday. Best Wishes, Mark & Alex - June 2021
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Parking Space Parking Space
cookewr Cooker
Refrigerator Fridge
Televsion Television
WiFi WiFi


Double Beds


Gas central heating, Gas oven and hob, microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge, TV with Freeview, DVD player and WiFi
Fuel and power inc in rent
Bed linen and towels inc in rent
Ample off-road parking
Small gravelled area with bench and lawn
Sorry, no pets and no smoking
Shop less than 4 miles and pub less than 1 miles
Note: The doorways are quite narrow
Please note the property can accommodate two people
The property has been refurbished to include one large bedroom and one large bathroom
Note: The owner hosts a 3-day Charity Festival every August Bank Holiday in the neighbouring field

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Nearest Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Hackness, St Peter's Church - 3.9 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Scarborough Castle - 4.4 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Scarborough Maritime Heritage Centre - 4.6 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Rotunda Museum - 4.8 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Scarborough Art Gallery - 4.8 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Fylingdales, St Stephen's Old Church - 7.8 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

The Bridestones - 8.9 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

Goathland, St Mary's Church - 11.8 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Captain Cook Memorial Museum - 11.9 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Whitby Abbey - 12 miles (Abbey) Heritage Rating

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