North Yorkshire Coast
Gamekeeper’s Cottage is a beautifully furnished traditional stone-built cottage set in 80 acres of woodland on the Raithwaite Estate in the beautiful coastal village of Sandsend. Step inside and you are welcomed by the kitchen and dining space which leads through to the main living space with wood burner to keep you warm even on the coldest winter days, on warmer days the French doors open to the garden and terrace, a lovely spot for relaxing and taking in the wonderful wildlife all around, a favourite pastime of the owner, Anne.
The North Yorkshire Coast is spectacular with rugged cliffs and wide sandy beaches to explore, at low tide, walk along the beach to Whitby, climb the 199 steps to Whitby Abbey, it is a place of intrigue and mystique and the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula. You will also find traditional seaside favourites, such as award-winning fish n chip shops, candy floss, cockles and mussel sellers. For a change of scenery head across the the North York Moors where the scenery is wild and dramatic, sheep roam free, and villages of yesteryear take you on a trip down memory lane.
With three bedrooms sleeping five guests and two bathrooms, dog friendly Gamekeeper’s Cottage offers flexibility for families and friends to enjoy a beautiful escape by the sea.
The beach is a five minute walk from the cottage and is available to dog walkers all year round – a small section is out of bounds in the summer.
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