**Short term contract** Painter’s Rest is a recently refurbished property that has been done up to the highest standard. Located in the village of Carlin How, just a short drive from the coastal resort of Saltburn-by-the-Sea, this terraced property sleeps five guests across three cosy and stunning bedrooms. The ideal base for family breaks, Painter’s Rest provides a comfortable and tranquil environment for guests to enjoy during their stay on the North Yorkshire coast.
Enter through the front door at Painters Rest and you will be welcomed into the open-plan living, kitchen and dining area. The space is designed with stylish furnishings and immaculate interiors. A comfortable, sea blue corner sofa faces a large flat-screen smart TV creating a cosy space for all guests to enjoy.
To the rear of the living space is a dining area where you’ll find seating for six. You can prepare your evening meals in the modern kitchen which is fully equipped for self-catering stays. Appliances including a fridge-freezer, microwave, an oven and a toaster allow you to prepare hearty meals with minimal fuss throughout your stay.
Finalising the space on the ground floor is a cloakroom with WC and basin.
Head upstairs to the first floor and you’ll find two bedrooms, as well as the family bathroom.
The first bedroom boasts a double bed, dressed in luxury linens. Featuring a dressing table and clothes rail with hangers, this is the perfect space for weekend getaways and longer breaks. With a pale colour palette with ocean coloured soft furnishings, you can enjoy a peaceful nights’ sleep here.
The second bedroom on the first floor is home to a single bed, making Painter’s Rest a great base for all types of stays, whether it be with children and teenagers, or with close friends. The room offers storage in a tall chest of drawers.
The family bathroom is a bright space featuring a bathtub, large walk-in shower, a WC and wash basin.
The second floor at Painter’s Rest is home to the third and final bedroom. This room features two single beds as standard which can be configured as a super king if requested. Complete with a clothes rail and chest of drawers for storage, the room is dressed with mustard coloured bed throws and monochrome decorative cushions.
Outside there is a small enclosed rear yard available for guest use.
Carlin How is home to convenient amenities including a shop, takeaways and a social club. When staying here, you’ll be ideally situated to explore some real beauty spots along the North Yorkshire coast.
Head to Saltburn and take the oldest functioning cliff lift in the UK down to the promenade and you’ll arrive at the 208-metre pier which stretches out into the sea. The promenade has numerous shops, takeaways, cafes, restaurants, and the Pier’s amusement arcade for the kids. The long sandy shores are overlooked by colourful boutique beach huts and high cliffs tower in the distance.
Saltburn has plenty of beautiful walks too. The Valley Gardens are a maze of paths and tracks which wind through the flowers and woodland. If you want to explore further, The Cleveland Way National Trail is over 100 miles long and the lovely Saltburn is featured. If you fancy a 17.5 mile jaunt, start at Saltburn and walk your way to Sandsend. This walk is a great way to explore the North Yorkshire coastline and the views are beautiful!
Whitby is also within a 30-minute drive from the village. Walk along Church Street and you’ll wind up at the East bank where you’ll find narrow mediaeval streets dotted with boutiques, pubs and fish restaurants. Climb the famous 199 steps up to the Church of Saint Mary. You can also discover the renowned ruined Whitby Abbey, which was the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s gothic novel ‘Dracula’.
Walk over the swing bridge which sits over the River Esk and you’ll find yourself at the West side of town. It’s here you can discover cosy pubs, fun arcades and even more fish restaurants! Continue along the lively road until you reach the beautiful, blue flag West Cliff Beach which is lined with idyllic beach huts.
Carlin How has great bus links to locations along the North Yorkshire coast with two bus routes running through the village. You’ll find direct routes to Middlesbrough, Saltburn and Whitby.
The closest train station can be found in Saltburn. From here, there are direct routes to Darlington, Leeds, Manchester, Middlesbrough and York.