** Short term contract ** This charming cottage is located in the idyllic countryside of Moorsholm, and is the perfect place to come for a family holiday or couples retreat. Sleeping up to four guests across two bedrooms the picturesque, ancient stone cottage is traditionally decorated with cosy interiors, and is set within a well-manicured garden.
With a front garden area and rear decking area you can enjoy the peace of Moorsholm with your loved ones.
The traditional style and the peaceful surroundings ensures you can relax and refresh away from the hustle and bustle of day to day life.
The living room is a warm and welcoming space with a collection of plush fabric furniture and a log burner. It has an archway that leads to the kitchen and dining room which means you can enjoy the space of the ground floor with all your guests.
The first bedroom is an antique room snugly furnished with a king-size bed and plush bedding. The second bedroom is a traditionally styled room containing twin beds with coordinated bedding and curtains.
The bathroom can be found on the first floor and features a bath, overhead shower, WC and basin.
To the front of the cottage you will find a large grassed garden and to the rear there is a private decked area, these two spaces allow you to enjoy the countryside sunshine morning, noon and night.
Moorsholm is located in the beautiful area of North Yorkshire. Just a short drive from the stunning coastline.
With access to the surrounding towns of Saltburn-by-the-sea, Guisborough, Staithes, Sandsend and Whitby, you are ideally placed to enjoy the beauty of North Yorkshire.
If you’re looking to get active during your stay, join the infamous 100 mile long Cleveland Way Trail or venture to Staithes along Boulby Cliffs which is the highest cliff on the east coast! Moorsholm is also an ideal base for cycling across the beautiful countryside, enjoying the quant villages along the way.
The gorgeous seaside town of Saltburn-by-the-Sea is just a short 15 minute drive away. Here you’ll find golden sandy shores and a bustling town centre. You can take the oldest functioning cliff lift in the UK down to the promenade where you’ll arrive at the 208-metre pier which stretches out into the sea. The beach is overlooked by colourful boutique beach huts, a fish restaurant, arcades and a surf shop making it the ideal spot for a day at the seaside.
Staithes is also a short drive from Moorsholm. The quaint coastal hamlet was recently named one of Britain’s most beautiful seaside villages. It has high cliffs, winding streets and mismatched cottages bursting with charm. Staithes is a magnet for art and artists alike. Throughout the village you’ll find amazing painted illusions known as the ‘Painted Illusions Trail’ created by the famous artist Paul Czainski. It is also the home to the impressionist art society, known as Staithes Group, and their work can always be seen dotted around. Visit Staithes Gallery and browse the wonderful exhibits inspired by the village.
If you’re after a peaceful day at the beach, head to the beautiful village of Skinningrove, which is among the top 20 undiscovered places in the UK.
Honeysuckle Cottage is within 15 minutes’ drive time of Saltburn and Staithes, and 23 minutes’ drive time Whitby so the coast can be easily explored.
The closest train station is located in Saltburn and has routes to Longbeck, Redcar, Middlesbrough and Darlington with connecting trains to Newcastle, York, Leeds, Manchester and London.
There is a bus route through Moorsholm which allows you to connect to further routes to enjoy the local area.
You can travel to Loftus then hop on the Arriva North East 5 which travels through to Middlesbrough. If you want to explore the coast, take the X4 route and you can visit beautiful coastal villages like Runswick Bay and Sandsend, as well as the seaside town of Whitby.