The cottage is in a peaceful location with sea and country views. Walking from the door along The Cleveland Way footpath, or down to a large sandy beach. Woodland walks also nearby.
Once occupied by HM Coastguard, the cottage stands in a row of 7, at the end of a private road so there is no passing traffic. Parking for 2 cars, one is outside the door and the other is at the end of the row (one house width away).
The cottage history can be directly linked to the smuggling days of the early 1800s when Saltburn was a remote spot and became notorious for smuggling. The nearby Smugglers Heritage Centre recreates this time.
Lovingly refurbished in 2007 to combine the best of old and new to create a comfortable base for exploring the North Yorkshire Heritage Coastline and North York Moors. The Victorian seaside resort is a short walk or drive away with it's unique shops and full range of amenities. The characterful fishing villages, Whitby, Staithes and Robin Hood's Bay are good for a day trip, as are the historic cities of York and Durham.
- Panoramic view
- Free parking
- Pets live here