- £423 per week
- £60 per night
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- 1 Pet
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 2 double beds
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 2 WCs
- Towels provided
- Family friendly
- Garden or courtyard
- On-street parking
- Rural location
How far to...?
- Beach 7 miles
- Pub 0.5 miles
- Shop 2.5 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
Important - please note
- Check in: 5:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
To give our cleaners enough time to complete the additional cleaning and sanitising that is currently needed to keep our guests safe, check-in and check-out times at the majority of our properties have been temporarily revised. The revised times for this property are reflected above.
- Ground floor toilet
- Ground floor bedroom
- Ground floor bath/shower room
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
This charming, detached 19th century stone-built cottage is located in the Esk Valley in the pretty village of Egton Bridge. It has been lovingly furnished to provide a delightful retreat with modern amenities. Situated in spectacular walking country within the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, the property is on the route of the Coast to Coast walk, 8 miles from the historic coastal town of Whitby, 4 miles from Goathland (Heartbeat's "Aidensfield") and 2 miles from the NYM Steam Railway station at Grosmont: the famous Beggar's Bridge over the Esk is at nearby Glaisdale. It is an ideal base for touring the many lovely moorland villages, as well as seaside and market towns such as Scarborough, Pickering, and Helmsley (with nearby Rievaulx). Both the Egton Bridge rail station and a local pub are a 6 minute walk away, with a second pub just across the stepping stones. Esk River fishing is available by permit from Egton Estates.
Lounge: TV and DVD player, basic Sky package, large, sunny, bay window.
Dining Room: Wood & Coal burning open fire, fold-down table with chairs, CD player.
Kitchen: Fridge and freezer, ceramic hob, double oven, microwave, washing machine and dishwasher. Tumble dryer and extra fridge in outbuilding.
Bedroom 1: King-size bed, wardrobes, dressing table.
Bathroom : Bath, separate shower, toilet, washbasin
Powder Room :
Interior hall with wardrobe
Bedroom 2: King-size bed, two bedside tables, wardrobe, dressing table, chest of drawers and a tall-boy.
Pets: One small dog welcome.
Parking: Parking for one or two cars on the road side just west of the cottage.
Heating: Open wood & coal burning fire in the dining room with a starter supply of fuel. Night storage and new conventional, electric heaters and kick space heaters. Underfloor heating in the bathroom and powder room.
Garden: Well-manicured garden surrounding the house with secluded patio and outdoor furniture, and spring bulbs, summer roses, autumn grapes etc.
Short breaks: Not accepted at peak times.
Notes: Towels are provided. This property is not suitable for children under the age of 12. Cycles can be stored in the outbuilding that has garage access when the field is dry. No smoking at this property. Mobile phone signal is strong. WiFi is available at this property.
Pubs: 0.2 miles, Shop: 2 miles (walking), 3 miles (car).
Excellent, very enjoyable week here in this great house in perfect location. On Sundays, the walk to Glaisdale and lunch in Arncliffe Inn is excellent (large portions) saw Kingfisher nearby along river, fossil hunting on coast. Walking and taking train (esk line) need some extra days
Egton Bridge is a charming village situated in between Glaisdale and Grosmont, and eight miles away from the harbour town of "Captain Cook's" Whitby, in a beautiful river setting with ancient stepping stones crossing the Esk. This picturesque village is situated one mile south of Egton, at the bottom of the steep-sided valley on the route of the River Esk Walk. The villages celebrate two annual shows each summer, the Egton Agricultural Show, one of the largest in the country, and the annual Gooseberry Show. Egton Bridge also hosts an annual Postgate Rally in honour of the blessed Nicholas Postgate, a martyr who was born here and was executed for practicing his faith in 1679.