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Ebor House

Staithes, Yorkshire
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Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 1
4 star
Highchair available
Travel Cot available
Towels included
Fishing on site / nearby
Internet access
Open fire / wood burner
Enclosed garden / patio
Shop nearby
Pub nearby
Beach within easy reach
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At a glance

  • Historic Fisherman’s Home: Perfect for a seaside holiday.
  • Beautifully Presented: Retains many original features, ideal for sharing with family or friends.
  • Cosy Lounge: Features a wood burner, perfect for a snug winter evening.
Property code: OC-E27484

Enjoying an elevated location overlooking the quaint fishing village of Staithes, this charming cottage provides cosy accommodation for couples and smaller families eager to discover a spellbinding part of North Yorkshire. With ample space for up to four guests, the property has been beautifully decorated and furnished, to make a lovely getaway for walkers, beach lovers and nature spotters seeking a quiet coastal retreat. Once owned by the artist Laura Knight, this thoughtfully updated bolthole occupies three floors and has a welcoming wood burner, wooden panelling and feature fireplaces, with far-reaching views over the village and towards the sea.

Stepping inside this cheery, friendly cottage, the cosy lounge has a wood burner in a brick surround, alongside wooden panels, a Smart TV and comfortable seating, making this an ideal space for everyone to get together and relax after a memorable day out. The ground floor also offers a country-style kitchen/diner perfect for preparing and sharing your favourite dishes. There are two fresh, cheerful bedrooms. The first is on the first floor, where you will also find the spacious bathroom, both with stylish ornamental fireplaces. The other bedroom is on the second floor, with a feature fireplace and a skylight in the low sloping ceiling offering views over the village. Outside, the back courtyard has a seating area perfect for a morning coffee, alongside a handy outbuilding with laundry facilities.

There are several grassy locations in this part of Staithes, with benches where you can sit and gaze over the harbour out to sea. Captain Cook was apprenticed to a grocer’s in Staithes, and the village has an array of shops, cafes and galleries. Heading along the coast, the thriving resort of Whitby (12 miles) has a beautiful beach, the Captain Cook Memorial Museum and the remains of the historic abbey.

  • 2 double bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom with shower over the bath and WC
  • Electric oven, ceramic hob, microwave, fridge and freezer
  • Utility/outbuilding with washer/dryer and WC
  • Travel cot and highchair available
  • Wood burner in the lounge
  • Smart TV with DVD in the lounge
  • Rear courtyard with seating
  • 1 dog allowed
  • Private dedicated paid parking is close by (https://parkingstaithes.co.uk/) with the main paid Council Car Parking situated at the approach into the village 0.5 miles from the property.
  • Pub 200 metres, beach 0.5 miles, shop 1 mile
  • Arrival: 15:00 onwards
  • Departure: before 10:00
  • 1 dog allowed. Additional charges may apply

James Ward

This property is personally managed by James.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 9 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Kate 1st June 2024

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This was a lovely cottage to stay in and a stunning location. We will definitely be back .

Reviewed by Susannah 7th May 2024

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Really lovely. Perfect spot, very well equipped, warm, beds were comfy and all was very clean. Would stay again.

Reviewed by Jenny 26th December 2023

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A delightful cottage to stay in. Good location - halfway up the hill and halfway down the hill. Well equipped kitchen including sharp knives. Use The Old Stubble path to get from car park to cottage. Love all the paths in the village favourite is Dog Loup.

Reviewed by Emma 5th November 2023

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Reviewed by Melissa 17th September 2023

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Excellent cottage in a great location,easy to get to along the top path avoiding the steep hill so great for getting all your luggage to without having to drive down,we used a foldable trolley which really helped us. The house was fully equipped and very comfortable,there was also some cake, biscuits and prosecco to welcome your arrival! Liked it sRead moreo much,will definitely be back! Hide

Reviewed by Simon 7th August 2023

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Reviewed by Alison 5th May 2023

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Inaccurate info re directions to the property. Current works on level path closed off the most accessible route . Plumbing issues in the bathroom which need to be rectified.

Reviewed by Marta 19th April 2023

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Nice cottage in a lovely location. Cosy and tasteful snug, comfortable sofas. The bedrooms absolutely wonderful, big sizes, very comfortable beds. We found downstairs a bit tight (2 adults, teen and a baby), but we were not able to use outdoor space due to weather. Also hard to find spaces at the car park, so bit stressful. The walk to the propertyRead more is along narrow path but can access also via stairs from the centre of the village. Overall we had a good time and would recommend the stay. Hide

Reviewed by Anonymous 10th April 2023

What a lovely little cottage and beautiful seaside village. It was the perfect getaway for the Easter weekend and no traffic noise was great! Thank you so much!

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