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Larpool Mill

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A former flour mill dating from 1800, now lovingly restored as a luxury five bedroom rural retreat by the coast. Set in just under an acre of grounds the old mill is surrounded by woodland with a stream running through. Situated on the edge of Ruswarp and approximately 1 mile from the famous Whitby harbour.

Spread over three floors, the ground floor comprises a large kitchen/diner, a formal dining room which comfortably seats 12 and a lounge with inglenook fireplace and wood/coal burning stove. There’s also a cosy first floor mezzanine sitting room too. Across the courtyard is a separate garden suite with double doors onto a little terrace by the stream, perfect for everyone to have their own space.

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Larpool Mill & Misty Cottage

The owners of Larpool Mill, Azmat and Nick, also own Misty Cottage just two miles away in nearby in the historic seaside town of Whitby. Misty Cottage is decorated with the same attention to detail as Larpool with a modern rustic feel, showcasing the interiors pieces the owners have carefully collected and living spaces carefully designed for a restful retreat in Yorkshire.

PROPERTY DETAILS

Living Space

As soon as you step inside this beautiful property you are immediately struck by the stylish interior, with uncompromising attention to detail throughout; it is a wonderful space for gathering.

The sitting room is open to the first floor mezzanine, it has a large fireplace with wood burner, lots of comfy seating, a smart T.V. and doors out to the enchanting gardens and the stream.

During the renovation some of the Mill’s industrial heritage was uncovered and architectural items of interest have now been restored and are featured in the property. The property is stylish and luxurious, finished to a very high specification throughout, it has been a labour of love for owners Nick & Azmat.

Kitchen & Dining

The open plan kitchen is spacious and well appointed with everything you need for cooking up a hearty breakfast or a tasty supper. There is a large range oven, fridge freezer, dishwasher and a central island with stools for casual dining. Leading form the kitchen is a formal dining room with a huge table which can easily seat 12.

Mezzanine

On the first floor the mezzanine offers a cosy place to read or play board games, it can also be screened off and two pull out beds can be set up to create a sixth bedroom.

Good to know

Ample parking for up to 5 cars

Check in 5pm

Check out 10am

Garden and woodland with stream running through

The garden suite is detached from the main house and overlooks the stream

Exploring

Larpool Mill and the village of Ruswarp are just a mile from the famous Whitby harbour with its many attractions.

Ruswarp is a pretty little village with the river Esk running through, a miniature railway operates in the summer months and pleasure boats can be hired too. There’s a pub and a few shops for picking up supplies.

ROOM DETAILS

First Floor

King Size Bed

En-suite

Shower

First Floor

King Size Bed

En-suite

Shower

First Floor

Mezzanine

Two single pull out beds

Second Floor

King size bed

En-suite

Shower

Second Floor

King size bed

En-suite

Shower

Garden Suite

King Size Bed

Terrace

En-Suite

Shower

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THE LOCAL AREA

Lying in the beautiful Esk Valley, the village of Ruswarp is just two miles from the centre of Whitby and only a mile and a half on foot using the “Cinder Track” disused railway line. This trail links Whitby to Scarborough and is perfect for a cycle ride. You can hop on the train to Whitby on the Esk Valley line or going in the opposite direction, this railway line will take you to lots of pretty villages in the North York Moors National Park.

Within the village you can hire rowing boats and canoes for a relaxing trip on the river and take a ride on a miniature railway. The local pub, The Bridge Inn, serves food and there is a village shop for all the essentials. In the nearby village of Sleights there is a general store, bakery, butcher and fish and chip restaurant with take away.

On the East Cliff in Whitby, overlooking the North Sea, the ruined Gothic Whitby Abbey was Bram Stoker’s inspiration for “Dracula”. Nearby is the Church of St. Mary, reached by 199 steps. The Captain Cook Memorial Museum, in the house where Cook once lived, displays paintings and maps. West of town is West Cliff Beach, lined with beach huts and the giant whale bone arch is not to be missed.

Of course Whitby is also famous for excellent fish and chips, fresh from the sea, what could be better!

Exploring North York Moors National Park

  • Whitby Harbour 1
  • Robin Hood’s Bay 10 miles
  • Scarborough 25 miles
  • Runswick Bay 11 miles
  • Sandsend 9 miles
  • North York Moors Visitor Centre – Danby 11 miles

Further afield

  • City of York 45 miles
  • Castle Howard 35 miles
  • Howardian Hills AONB 35
  • Yorkshire Dales National Park miles 60 miles
 Airports/Railway
  • York mainline station, 45 miles, London 2 hours
  • Whitby station 1 mile
  • Durham Tees Valley Airport 40 miles
  • Leeds Bradford Airport 80 miles