Postgate Nook

Glaisdale, North York Moors

  • 4 Star Gold
  • Luxury romantic one bedroom cottage ideal for walks on the North York Moors

You can book this property from:

  • £413 per week
  • £59 per night
  • 4 Star Gold

Features

Beds & bedrooms

  • Bed linen provided
  • 1 double bed

Appliances

  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer

Bathrooms

  • 1 WC
  • Towels provided
  • En-suite bathroom
  • Bath
  • Shower

Families

  • Travel cot
  • Highchair

Outdoors

  • Garden or courtyard
  • Enclosed garden or courtyard
  • Private parking
  • Rural location

How far to...?

  • Beach 12 miles
  • Pub 1 mile
  • Shop 1 mile

Special Features

  • WiFi
  • Open fire or woodburner
  • Welcome pack
  • Countryside views

Nearby activities

  • Walking
  • Cycling
  • Fishing

Important - please note

House Rules

  • 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.

Read the full Access Statement for this property.

Access Statement

Access Statement

 

Property Name: Postgate Nook

Description: Cottage

 

Pre-arrival and local facilities

 

Nearest bus stop: Glaisdale, 1km

Nearest train station: Glaisdale, 2km

Nearest petrol station: Glaisdale 2km

Mobility equipment hire is: Whitby DAG, Flowergate, Whitby

Nearest food shop: Glaisdale, 1km

Nearest pub/restaurant: Glaisdale 1km

 

Arrival and car parking

 

Type of parking available: On-site

Number of spaces available: 1

For what sized car: Any

Parking surface is: Tarmac

Is the parking level: Yes

Is there good space to unload once parked: Yes

Distance to property from parking: 80m

Distance to nearest public parking area: 70m

The car park is free

The width of the path to the property is 1.5m

The number of steps to the entrance is 2

 

Main entrance

 

The main entrance door width is 0.9m

Number of steps to the main entrance is 2

The height of the key safe is 1.2m

The height of the key hole is 1.2m

How many other entrances to the property are there? 0

The other entrance door widths are: N/A

Number of steps to the other entrances: N/A

 

Living and dining rooms

 

Type of flooring: Stone flags

Width of doorways: 0.9m

Is there good space between furniture? Yes

Is the furniture movable or fixed? Movable

 

Kitchen

 

Type of flooring: Stone flags

Width of doorways: 0.9m

Worktop height: 0.9m

Is oven set high or low? Low

Fridge height: Floor level

Freezer height: N/A

Is crockery stored in high or low cupboards: High

Is any equipment stored externally or away from the main kitchen, and if yes, which and where? No

 

Bedrooms and landings

 

How many floors does the property have? 2

Number of steps between floors: 12

Type of flooring: Wood

Width of the doorways: N/A

Bed sizes: 4’6”

Is the bedroom furniture movable or fixed? Movable

 

Bathrooms and cloakrooms

 

Type of flooring: Wood

Width of the doorways: 0.7m

Is there an accessible or adapted WC? No

Is there an accessible or adapted bath or shower? No

Is there a ground floor WC? No

Is there a ground floor bathroom or shower room? No

Does any bath or shower have a grab rail or handle fitted? No

Is there any shower where access is level rather than a step up? No

 

Outdoor facilities

 

External areas are firm, level, and grassed

Is permanent seating provided? Yes

Is there outside lighting? Yes

Is there colour contrast of critical surfaces? No

Are there footpaths to follow for visually/mobility impaired? No

Are there barriers to entry into any part of the garden? No

Are there any other hazards? No

 

General

 

Is there a landline telephone for guests to use? No

If yes, does it accept incoming calls only or incoming and outgoing calls?

Mobile phone reception information: Can be poor, depending on provider

Closest public telephone is: Glaisdale village

Can you easily access an electrical socket in all rooms without having to move furniture (not cloakrooms or bathrooms)? Yes

Are electrical sockets generally set low or high? Low

Do you provide speciality alarms for hearing or sight impaired guests? No

 

Additional relevant information

 

Please add further details on any accessibility items or restrictions found at the property:

 

 

This access statement has been completed by the owner and Ingrid Flute’s is not to be held responsible for the content therein.

 

 

Description

Postgate Nook is a beautiful luxury one bedroomed cottage at the heart of the North York Moors National Park. An ideal location for walks around the tranquil surrounding moorland and yet less than half an hour’s drive from the stunning beaches of Whitby and the Cleveland coast. The Esk Valley Railway line also provides a picturesque route through the surrounding villages and into the bustling towns of Whitby and Middlesborough. This cottage is truly idyllic in terms of both location and accommodation and is perfect for a romantic break away. With stone-built walls, flagstone floors, wooden beams and a wood burning stove, the cottage is full of charm and character, unique and well presented. The open plan lounge/kitchen/diner downstairs is the ultimate retreat after a long day out and about exploring. Sit and relax with a glass of wine next to the wood burner and plan your next day’s adventures. The luxurious bedroom upstairs boasts a unique freestanding bath where you can take a long relaxing soak, and outside there is an enclosed walled garden with lovely seating area where you can take in the fresh country air. Situated on the outskirts of the popular village of Glaisdale, the cottage offers picturesque views across the Dale, both from the cottage and the garden. Private off-road parking is also available at the property. The friendly village centre is only a mile away and boasts an award winning butchers, village store and post office. The traditional local pub The Arncliffe Arms serves locally sourced homemade food. Postgate Nook is suitable for couples or a family with a young infant as there is space for a travel cot either upstairs or downstairs.

This property can be booked with Postgate Barn WA306 to sleep 6 guests.

GROUND FLOOR
Entrance: Into the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner.
Lounge/Kitchen/Dining Room: A two-seater sofa, armchair, coffee table, wood burning stove, Smart TV with Freesat and DVD player. Fridge with ice-box, ceramic hob, electric oven and grill, microwave, dishwasher, cafetiere. Dining table and chairs and a door leading out to the back yard.
Laundry (outbuilding): Washing machine, tumble dryer and a separate freezer.

FIRST FLOOR
Bedroom: Double bed, chest of drawers, built-in wardrobe, utility cupboard, free standing bath with shower over bath.
En suite: Washbasin and toilet.

Pets: Sorry, no pets.
Parking: On the driveway in the farmyard
Garden/Patio: Wall enclosed garden with patio, table and chairs.
Heating: Biomass central heating and a wood burning stove in lounge.
Short breaks: Allowed anytime.
Notes: Towels are provided. No smoking. Mobile phone signal is variable. Travel cot and high chair available. Unlimited WiFi available free of charge.
Pubs: 1 mile. Shops: 1 mile.

Reviews

Excellent all round. Nothing else to add really. Hope to be back soon!

Mr Martin C,

Map

Area Information

Glaisdale
Glaisdale is a pretty village located between the villages of Lealholm and Egton Bridge and only eight miles from Whitby. It lies on the national hiking trail the Esk Valley walk and the bluebell woods in the area are great for walks on an evening. In the 19th Century Glaisdale was an ironstone-mining village recognised by its terraces of slate roof houses. Set at the foot of the dale, in beautiful surroundings,  it has great local amenities with a host of shops, pubs and cafes. Fly-fishing is available on the river Esk and there are lots of great visitors attractions in the area, especially in the nearby town of Whitby. The lovely beggars bridge in the village is said to have been built by the son of a farmer, Thomas Ferries in 1619. Thomas was considered too poor to marry his young lady, Agnes and so went to sea to earn his fortune. Due to a flood, Thomas was unable to cross the river to kiss Agnes goodbye and so upon his return from sea he married Agnes and built the bridge.