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St Hilda's Lodge
TS13 5JX

St Hilda's Lodge, Hinderwell, Yorkshire

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Sykes Cottages
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Sleeps a maximum of: 4

Pricing From: £441.00

This wooden cabin is set on a working livestock farm in the village of Hinderwell and is able to sleep up to four people.

This log cabin is located on a working livestock farm in the village of Hinderwell in Yorkshire. It offers two bedrooms; a super king-size double with an en-suite and a twin room, along with a family bathroom, the property can sleep up to four people. The interior also boasts an open-plan living area with a kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area with an electric fire.

To the outside there is off road parking for two cars and a decking with furniture. St Hilda's Lodge is a cosy cabin in a fine location for exploring this part of Yorkshire.

Pet friendly accommodation Pet Friendly


Relaxing retreat
Absolutely fabulous holiday me hubby and puppy. Linda a great host, and the lodge was lovely a home from home a great place to relax the hot tub and sauna were an every day must (even in the rain),set on a small farm the pup was fascinated by all the animals. The local pubs were great Badger and hound (eating pub)and we loved the banter in the Brown cow all dog friendly . We visited Whitby bit too busy for the puppy, but loved our daily walk down to Runswick Bay beach .. really did not want to come home already looking forward to going again .
Sharon L

A lovely relaxing holiday
The Lodge was lovely. There was everything we needed, the beds were comfortable and everything was clean. The owner met and greeted us ensuring we had her number if we needed anything. The Lodge is situated on a farm and is within a small static caravan park. We understood most of these mobile homes were owned but most seemed empty while we were there. We were able to park directly outside the lodge but it was tight getting in and out. The hot tub was lovely, it's situated to the rear of the property on wooden decking with a large fence and trees to enclose this area. There's a wooden hot with a sound system and infra red sauna. The Lodge is very modern and well furnished. I have never seen so many cushions. I had a mobile signal (vodafone) and there's WiFi The tv had Netflix so kept my Grandson busy. There are tv's in the bedrooms should you want to use them The shower in the master ensuite is fab. The best shower I have ever used and there's an abundance of fluffy white towels There's nothing here to not like. There are goats, sheep, chickens and rhea and again children love them The local pubs are The Badger and Hound, you need to book because they were turning people away who hadn't booked even though we never saw the restaurant even half full, they mustn't have the staff to cope and the staff on duty seemed stressed The food was ok and average priced The other pub is The Brown Cow sorry we didn't eat here it looked a bit more of a drinkers pub than an eating place Try The Ellerby Country Inn, 5 mins drive away and a lovely place. Nice staff, clean, just spot on and excellent food at a very reasonable price

Lovely relaxing break...
This is the second time we have stayed at the lodge. The lodge is set in a very peaceful location and a great base for all the North Yorkshire coastal resorts. Set on a small holding, Linda is an absolutely fantastic host. Linda took our daughter around to meet the farm animals and let her feed the lambs and collect and keep the chicken and Rhea (yes Rhea) eggs - which made fantastic scrambled eggs! It made my daughter's holiday! The beds are extremely comfortable - which for us is an absolute must. The hot tub and sauna were the icing on the cake - lovely and relaxing. When it came to the end of our short stay we didn't want to leave!

Just ending a pleasant weekend spent with family and friends. A lovely cabin with excellent facilities, kids particular loved the hot tub and sauna. In terms of amenities, local pubs great with plenty of facilities and dog walks close by. All in all a great stay and value for money!!

We was a group party of 4 ranging from late 40's up to late 70's. When we saw this advertised it was just what we was looking for. It was all on one level as we needed it to be disabled friendly. We had built up a picture in our heads by the write up. Unfortunately it did not match what we had built up. Yes it's on a farm . We had built a picture of a farm in our heads and a small camp site which it stated . But on arrival it didn't match . It is a very small farm with a few animals chickens goats ect. But we was not expecting to be looking at a caravan as our view . The pictures that we could see , must have been when it was first built . The lodge it's self . Looks nice but there are a view problems inside . The washer dryer was not working but they had put a dryer in for us to use . The only problem was there was no plug socket and we did not have an extension lead to be able to use it. The was some work being carried out on the caravan next door on the decking . So there was wood and tools left and found out the next morning the workmen had left his electrics plug into the outdoor socket on the lodge and the electrics out in the rain all day and night . We unplugged the next day when we found them. The bathroom that is en suit had water constantly running all day and night in the loo system. And after day 2 there was an awful smell coming from that bathroom. Also the shower is fab apart from when you get out the floor is wet from the bottom tray that need 're sealing. The main bathroom was fab supplied with towels and everything you need nice bath. Kitchen was ok nice things and dish washer . Only problem was the oven needed a clean as it smoked when you put it on. Front room was nice . Had nice tables and chairs , also nice home from home items . We found the sofa a bit worn and uncomfortable. Tv is on the wall , we found we all had sore necks from looking up at it . We had rubbish weather and ended up spending more time there than we wanted . The hot tub and sauna was great . My mother struggles to get in and out could do with a step , other than that it was great. WiFi must be too far away for now tv to work as signal kept dropping out . We did leave early due to the weather . Little things need sorting on this lodge they have some nice items in the lodge just need to sort a few problems out ..I have posted a view pictures of what u look at of the outside. For how much the lodge cost we expected better. Will add further pictures shortly



Parking Space
Linen provided
Towels provided
High Chair


Single Beds

Double Beds

Twin Beds


Electric heating with electric fire in sitting area
Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, Smart TV with movies and Now TV channels, DVD, radio/CD, WiFi
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
Small, private deck with furniture and BBQ
Hot tub available by arrangement at £70 per week or £50 per short break, payable direct to owner
Infra-red sauna with music system
One well-behaved dog welcome
Sorry, no smoking
Shop and pub 4 mins walk
Sea 10 mins walk
Note: Cottage is situated on a small, quiet caravan site
Special offer: Free bottle of prosecco for all bookings throughout April and May 2018

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