- £364 per week
- £52 per night
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- 1 Pet
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 double bed
- 2 single beds
- 1 bathroom
- 1 WC
- Towels provided
- Family friendly
- Outdoor storage
- On-street parking
- Rural location
How far to...?
- Beach 7 miles
- Pub 0.4 miles
- Shop 0.4 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
- Welcome pack
- Countryside views
Important - please note
- Check in: 4pm
- Check out: 10am
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
Hollins Cottage is situated at the top of a hill on the outskirts of Grosmont with stunning views down towards the beautiful Esk Valley, where steam trains can be heard whistling in the distance. The charming village of Grosmont is a popular tourist destination, renowned for its heritage line with connections to Whitby and Pickering and the beautiful main Esk Valley railway line between Middlesbrough and Whitby. The unparalleled beauty of the surrounding North York Moors and the coast are within a few miles. This pretty cottage has been lovingly restored and has a good sized open lawn area with outside seating shaded by woodland. There is lockable storage for cycles. The North York Moors National Park offers fantastic opportunities for walking and cycling.
Entrance: Small hallway. Stairs to the first floor.
Lounge: TV with Freeview and DVD player, a comfortable corner sofa and a rocking chair, sideboard and a wood burning stove.
Kitchen /Dining Room: Fridge with ice box, worktop freezer, electric hob, electric oven and grill, microwave.
Dining table and chairs.
Bedroom 1: Double bed, wardrobe, drawers.
Bedroom 2: Twin beds, wardrobe, dressing table.
Bathroom: Bath, shower over bath, washbasin, toilet.
Pets: One well behaved dog is welcome downstairs only and must be on a lead when outside as the garden is not enclosed. No other pets please.
Parking: Unrestricted on street parking on a first come first served basis.
Garden/Patio: Garden to the rear with outside seating. Secure storage for three-four bikes.
Heating: Electric heating and a wood burning stove.
Short breaks: Not available at peak times.
Notes: Towels are provided. No smoking including e-cigarettes. Mobile phone signal is good. Please remove outdoor footwear before going upstairs. Bus 0.1 mile
Pubs: 0.4 mile. Shops: 0.4 mile.
Cottage was really cosy, had a lovely couple of days here exploring the moors and the coast and going on the steam train
Cosy cottage with everything you need.
We really enjoyed our stay here. Nicely decorated with comfy beds and sofas. We had a scorching hot week and the cottage was cool and inviting. It would be nice to have a dishwasher but my husband stepped up for the job. Phew! Outside space nice and the neighbours too.
Very enjoyable stay despite the weather! Fantastic cottage, cosy, clean and well equipped. Enjoyed the Tour de Yorkshire from outside the cottage door. Re-visited favourite haunts, steam railway, whitby etc and found new ones - Mallyan Spout, Little Beck and an interesting walk round the Hole of Hocum. Lovely pub on route The Horseshoe Inn. Hope to be back with more sunshine next time - Alison & Richard - South Yorkshire.
A lovely Easter break in a beautiful cottage with wonderful weather. Trips to Runswick, Robin Hoods Bay and Staithes. Whitby very busy. Would love to come back when it's slightly quieter - Caroline & Simon Davies.
Lovely cosy little cottage - beautiful view from the front door. Enjoyed many days exploring the surrounding areas. Great week weather wise. Many thanks - Dave, Andree, Charlie, Ruby & Jack.
Lovely cosy cottage in a perfect location to visit parents/grandparents on Eskdale side. Would like to stay again - Henry & Jill Butah Ghana, West Africa.
Beautiful country cottage in a lovely location. Enjoyed riding on the NYMR and lunch at The Station Inn in Grosmont. Will certainly be back - Tinnian family Newcastle-Upon Tyne.
Another lovely cosy few days in Hollins Cottage. Wonderful weather for coastal walks and strolls through Doctors Wood, splashing in the fords and streams - Sat 30th first day of "steam" down at the station - Jill, Christine & Forest the dog.
A beautiful, cosy cottage with everything we needed, also, wonderful sunshine and the Steam Gala! Staithes and Runswick Bay both very pretty and enjoyed a long 'fossil' walk from Runswick to Kettleness. (Check the tides first) Thank you for helping to make our precious holiday, wonderful!
What an idyllic little spot for such a characterful, cosy cottage. Lovely walks - our favourite has to be Runswick to Staithes ( the fish and chips at The Cod + Lobster are second to none) Thank you for the heads up on "Doctors Wood" loved it, especially the streams and ford! Great walk to Goathland - Beck Hole Pub is worth a visit as is Runswick bay cafe! Great walks, great food, great weather, great cottage. We will be back with the family to further explore this beautiful part or Yorkshire.
Very good fortnight in this cottage. Sea, Moors and Heritage, excellent. The weather was good.
A lovely, well appointed, comfortable cottage. Really enjoyable week exploring Gothland, Saltburn, Whitby and Pickering! Peace and quiet in this lovely property.
Great cottage, lovely quiet place! really enjoyed ourselves.
Great cottage in a great location. Staithes is a must visit - crab and fish and eat at the Cod and Lobster - and of course ride the train!
Lovely rendezvous spot with friend. I love coming back to this place. Gorgeous cottage and garden
A lovely cottage in a beautiful quiet location. The cottage had everything we needed and all very comfy with lots to do.
Stayed in Grosmont a few times. This is the best cottage yet. Love walking the railway line to Goathland
A lovely cottage in a great location 5th April 2019
The quaint village of Grosmont is a great area for walkers with many stunning trails and footpaths taking you from the village through breathtaking countryside and onto other moorland villages and towns. The town is famous for being a stop on the North Yorkshire Moors railway which runs from the village to the nearby town of Pickering, allowing you to see the beauty of the moors from the comfort of a steam train. There is also the Esk Valley line that runs from Grosmont to the coastal town of Whitby in the summer months. Whitby is the nearest town to the village at just under 7 miles away, making Grosmont an excellent base for exploring the moors and the Yorkshire coast. Whitby has an excellent selection of shops, restaurants and bars however you don't need to leave Grosmont to pick up your essentials, the village's local co-op shop is the oldest of it's kind still serving today and specialises in selling local Yorkshire produce and groceries. There's also a variety of independent shops where you can pick up a souvenir or gift and even an art gallery where you can admire the work of local Yorkshire artists such as Robert Brindley and Ailsa Nichilson. After a day out walking in the moors what better way to replenish your energy than enjoying a slice of cake and a coffee in one of Grosmont's many tearooms.