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Self-Catering Holiday Cottage Whitby

Waterloo Cottage Annexe in Whitby, North Yorkshire

From: €355 weekly Guests 4 Rooms 1 Bathroom 1

Waterloo Cottage Annexe Self-Catering

Holiday home
Waterloo Cottage Annexe is a single-storey cottage near Whitby. With a double bedroom, and a sofabed in the sitting room, it sleep up to four people comfortably. The cottage also has a shower room, a small fitted kitchen and a sitting room with dining area and a woodburner. Outside, there is a riverside garden with lovely views, as well as off road parking. With its great location and comfortable furnishings, Waterloo Cottage Annexe is a great base.

Accomodation Details
All ground floor. One double bedroom. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Small fitted kitchen. Sitting room with sofa bed, dining area and woodburner. Small conservatory/porch.

Just two miles inland from the seaside resort of Whitby and the Yorkshire Coast is the quiet little North York Moors village of Ruswarp. As well as a nine-hole golf course, this quaint little place also enjoys the use of a village pub and shop as well as both sea and river fishing facilities. The river which runs through town provides excellent opportunities for a boat ride, or just a few minutes away is the local miniature steam railway. With so much to do in the area, this is an excellent base for those looking to enjoy the Yorkshire Coast.

The North York Moors National Park covers 554 square miles, with landscape ranging from heather-clad moorland and deep secluded dales, to the cliffs and coves of the magnificent coastline making it a haven for walkers.

Gas central heating with woodburner in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, slimline dishwasher, TV with FreeSat,Wifi, DVD, radio. Fuel & power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car. Lawned garden alongside river banks with furniture. River access for kayaks/canoes. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 5 mins walk. Note: This property is accessed via 5 steps. Note: The garden of this property runs alongside the river banks and is unfenced.

Cottage amenities

  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi
  • Near Pub
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Self-Catering Reviews

Nick H
May 2022
We had a lovely relaxing long weekend at Waterloo Cottage Annexe. It is beautifully situated beside the river Esk. There is something very peaceful and relaxing about a river; we watched the cattle from the field opposite come down to the river to drink and saw herons, swallows and of course the ducks. There is off road parking for your car and a nice little sun trap down by the shed. The flat itself was very clean and well presented with everything you would need. We will be back, for sure.
Mr Haigh
April 2019
Sorry but we did not take this holiday due to last minute circumstances beyond our control.. We have no complaints and will stand the loss. We let Mrs Cleverley (the keyholder) know that we would not be coming. Many thanks and we are quite happy to book with you in the future.
Mr Dyer
March 2019
The Cottage is a beautiful place and in a great location for walking and by just being on the river is picturesque and interesting, watching the wildlife from your sofa.. . It is definitely worth a visit and I will be back again next year. One small criticism is that the bed / mattress soft at edges with a feeling of rolling off
January 2019
Stayed here over New Year. Absolutly loved it. So cozy but with every mod con. Fully equipped kitchen, modern shower room, central heating & log burner. Set on riverbank, lovely to open curtains in a morning and watch the wildlife( yes, there are regular visits from seals!) Ample garden & parking, dog friendly too. Excellant location in village, dog friendly pub two minute walk over the bridge. Fab butchers & small shop too. Easy walks into Whitby, nice to leave the car parked up & wander around Whitby. Really good base for visiting the area & quiet peaceful surroundings to return to. Cottage spotless on arrival & lots of information provided for guests. All in all, a special place to stay. We will be back!
January 2019
The cottage great photos do not really do it justify.. Been cottages before and nothing there as in washing up liquid cloths tea towels salt pepper viniger but all this there brill and foil and dish washer tabs owner thought of every thing plus xmas tree . Would DEFO stay again oh and binoculars too A+++++
Mrs Mcmahon
December 2018
Perfect cottage in an unrivalled location.. Surrounded by nature on the banks of the river Esk, we had a peaceful stay here over the New Year. Cosy accomodation suits any time of the year, as the village has a superb pub serving fine beer & food to die for. Also, the local butchers is a must for quality meats & cheeses. Easy walks into Whitby make this the perfect base to stay in. Owners are very helpful & the cottage is a home from home. The kitchen is well equipped, we cooked everything from full English breakfasts to roast dinners! Dog friendly too. So happy to have discovered this little gem.
Mr Clarke
October 2018
WIFI worked for fantastic for 3 days then was not available for the other 4 but we were aware it was like this
John S
September 2018
We stayed at Waterloo Cottage annexe with our Welsh Terrier Rhia. She absolutely loved the garden chasing the ducks. The cottage has everything you need and in a great location right on the river. Watched fish jumping while having breakfast. 11/2 miles into Whitby along the rail track which, is a nice easy walk. Cinder track walk also accessible from cottage. Pub at end of Bridge dog friendly, with good food. Quite a busy road past cottage but shouldn't detract from a nice stay.
John S
September 2018
Getting out of gate in car bad blind spot
Mr Barwick
July 2018
Waterloo cottage annex has everything you need.. It's clean, comfortable and well equipped, in a beautiful location at the side of the river. We have been twice now and will definitely be booking again!
Mrs Thomas
July 2018
The WiFi and phone signal is sporadic and this needs to be in the description of the accommodation.. Also although the cottage is right on the river it is also right on a surprisingly busy road. Otherwise we enjoyed the week in pleasant surroundings with a good bus services into Whitby. It should be noted that only the Middlesbrough trains stop at Ruswarp not the steam trains.. A good tip is take walking shoes as the walk into Whitby is through rough and dusty paths
Mrs Mounce
June 2018
From booking, advice/instructions given and cottage its self, the process was easy..
Mr Champion
June 2018
A lovely location, easy walking into Whitby.. Try the Pie shop when you have had enough fish and ships!
Mr Rice
June 2018
The cottage is in an idyllic spot overlooking the river Esk with its abundance of wildlife to sit and watch from the cosy conservatory or at the steam train trundling by.. There are a few walking options into Whitby, all easy, which take about half an hour. The local pub was friendly and will soon be serving food again although eating in the cottage was never a hardship. Recommend getting the bus to Robin Hood's Bay and strolling back along the Cleveland Way coastal path if the weather is good, great views and fairly easy route. Highly recommended Waterloo Cottage and the area.
Mrs Trubshaw
May 2018
One of the best holiday cottages we have stayed in.. The garden was amazing, we sat there for many hours watching the wildlife on the river. Suzie, our dog, loved it there too . Will certainly visit again
Mrs Sheehan
April 2018
This is a fantastic holiday for us and the dog we will definitely book this cottage again.. Our family joined us for one night sleeping arrangements are not really suitable for 4 unless you know each other very well!
Mr Smith
March 2018
Lovely setting, comfortable cottage.. Would be helpful if it were made more clear that there is only one bedroom.
Ms Forster
March 2018
A lovely stay at Waterloo Cottage once again.. The cottage is a real delight and in a beautiful setting. A lot of effort has been put in to make it so well equipped and comfortable.
Mr Chettle
February 2018
Boiler failed Tuesday evening was fixed Wednesday 17.. 30, shock to the system on wed morning, contacted Mrs Cleverley she arranged for the boiler to be fixed to our satisfaction.
Mrs Lawn
January 2018
A very easy to find cottage with the instructions and just as we expected it to be.. Very comfortable with all the amenities described. Would be useful to know it sits on a tidal river as we were concerned at the height of the water when we arrived in the dark on a wet January day. Not sure if the water was going to overflow into the garden with more rain, so apprehensive about parking the car in there initially!
Mrs Mead
January 2018
Good points: The cottage was lovely.. Going away at this time of year, it's always a bit of a worry that the heating may not be up to scratch, but this was the warmest place we've ever stayed! The porch was particularly useful for taking off dirty walking boots and cleaning grubby dogs before entering the cottage. The kitchen was well equipped and the oven worked well. The shower was extremely good, and the bed was very comfortable. Best of all, there were more than enough coat hangers in the wardrobe! Bad points: The lack of any kind of welcome pack on arrival (normally we would get at least some milk in the fridge and some teabags) and the fact that several comments that people put in the visitor book to do with the broken toilet seat do not seem to have been acted upon. Also the TV volume was very idiosyncratic - one minute it would be so quiet that the volume had to be on 100%, the next it was deafening and had to be turned down - all on the same programme on the same channel! Again, several people had commented on this and it wouldn't cost much to replace the TV for a newer (maybe slightly larger) model and avoid these adverse comments. Finally, the wifi wasn't working because the wifi extender wasn't connected to the router - I work in IT so was able to fix this so it does now work :-)
Mr Abrahams
October 2017
This was the 4th time to this cottage I am sure next year will be the 5th..
September 2017
Waterloo Cottage Annexe is an absolute wonderful dream of a cottage! We travelled from Cheshire by train alighting at Ruswarp (Or Russop! As we were told it was pronounced by the locals) Station just across the river which was short walk over the bridge to the cottage - fantastic! The cottage had everything! Everything you could possibly need was there, and everything was of a very high standard. It was beautifully clean, and decorated in a pleasant and peaceful manner. We were amazed when we entered to discover that it was like The Tardis of Dr. Who! It appeared small and neat from the outside, but inside it was very large. The lounge is large enough to accommodate large round dining table and four very comfy dining chairs as well as two comfy sofas one which converts to the extra bed. There is an extra bonus of a conservatory with comfortable chairs and a table where we ate our breakfast every day enabling us to watch wildlife or the occasional canoeists. It was wonderful seeing the Kingfishers glinting in the sun and the ducks were fun to watch as they made a bee-line across to the cottage every time you walked out on the garden or patio expecting a feed! There were lovely easy walks into Whitby from the cottage and were easy enough for us two oldies (75 & 85) to enjoy! There was a choice of buses from Whitby up and down the coast. All in all, it was a wonderful holiday in a wonderful cottage and also, for which we were grateful - Wonderful weather! Although I think we would have enjoyed ourselves just as much anyway in such delightful surroundings! A very big 'Thank you!' to Nicola and Dave for making us so very welcome and also Jill who kept the place pristine!
September 2017
A really lovely cottage with a well equipped kitchen and a location on the river bank to die for.. This is our first visit to this cottage but it will not be the last.
August 2017
I visited this cottage with my 6 year old daughter and apart from a couple of niggling things enjoyed every minute. It's position is fantastic, garden is lovely and the cottage itself is well equipped and an excellent place to explore North Yorkshire from. The steam trains can be seen across the river and the river itself has many ducks, swans, cormorants plus a seal apparently. My daughter loved feeding the ducks every morning and night, there is no fence between the garden and the river but this is noted in the details but I think it would spoil the garden doing this so just have to keep an eye on youngsters as it is a steep drop. Ruswarp itself is lovely, we have been to North Yorkshire many times but not here before, the steam train from Goathland to Whitby is as good as ever, plenty to entertain children with Monks Farm and Playdale being particular favourites for my daughter. We visited the new aqua park in Scarborough, slides aren't really suitable for young children but worth a visit but expect it to be expensive with parking and extra charges if you stay over 4 hours. The niggling things were the TV volume shot up and down depending which channel you were watching plus it would have been nice to have some control over the heating.....being next to a river and the week was mixed so first thing in the morning my daughter said she was cold but apart from that it was brilliant and I would fully recommend it......we have already booked for next year so I had better start collecting that bread for the ducks!
Mr Jones
June 2017
WiFi didn't work, otherwise everything else was excellent.. Have already booked the cottage again for 2018
Mrs Mckeown
May 2017
5* accommodation, met the owner who was extremely helpful, beautiful location, wouldn't hesitate to recommend and return..
Mrs Sheehan
March 2017
We had a wonderful time, perfect in every way.. Just one little thing the internet connection could do with improvement
Joyce G
December 2016
Never have I found such a gem of a cottage. It was so well equipped, comfy and wwelcoming I almost cried on leaving. The wildlife was amazing,sitting in bed watching the kingfisher darting up the river was a real bonus. The log burner was fantastic at this time of year, the welcome pack of logs, wine and chocolates was a lovely touch. Can't wait to book again,
Mrs Burgess
August 2016
This was our second visit to this property and it still remains one of our favourites. The owner was there for the 2 weeks and was most helpful and friendly. We shall no doubt be back again.
Mrs Stenburge
June 2016
Another wonderful stay at Waterloo Cottage; very relaxing. It is an easy 30 minute walk into Whitby via the Esk Valley track along the railway with steam trains passing. There is a lovely walk to Robin Hoods Bay along the Cinder track also.
Mrs Howard
May 2016
We liked the beautiful location beside the river. The cottage had excellent furnishings, soft settees and a nice bed. There was plenty of equipment in the kitchen. The property was nice and warm on arrival and had a lovely conservatory where you could sit and watch the river.
Mrs Hanson
April 2016
The location and the cottage were fabulous. The weather was lovely and we loved watching the wildlife.
Mr Wallis
March 2016
The location of the cottage was perfect; we could not have asked for better views. The walks into Whitby were nice and varied. Great base to use for touring.
Mrs Newton
August 2015
The location was excellent and sitting in the garden with the wildlife all around was breath taking. This is the second visit to this property and it never lets us down.
Ms Lamothe
August 2015
The place itself is lovely and well looked-after. It is quiet, and has style too.
Mrs Chase
June 2015
It was our second visit and we liked it that much we are going back for Christmas. The new shower room was absolutely beautiful and much easier for anyone who may have difficulty using a bath.
Mr Bryant
May 2015
The cottage was warm, comfortable and homely, and everything was as described in your advertisement of the property. We intend to revisit next year.
May 2015
absolutely blissful. ideal for Whitby Scarborough Pickering, Sleights in fact anywhere on this stretch of coast.the setting is beautiful right on the very shores of the Esk with sheep fields opposite and ducks and ravens in the garden.
Mr Keay
February 2015
A beautiful cottage in a stunning location.
Mr Webster
January 2015
Excellent location and the cottage had everything that was needed, the garden is really good and our dog loved it.
Mrs Scott
November 2014
This is the second time we have visited Waterloo Cottage Annexe and it did not disappoint. It still has the home from home feel and has all the things you would need for a weeks stay. My husband did a spot of fishing outside the cottage and caught several fish (trout ).
Mr Folkard
November 2014
The position of the cottage was wonderful. Quiet and fairly secluded. Pleasantly surprised. Better than the photo suggested.
Ms Dyson
November 2014
Beautiful cottage in an idyllic spot. The location is great for visiting Whitby and the North Yorks Moors. We loved watching the birds and seals on the river and the steam trains that passed by on the North Yorks Moors Railway Line. The cottage was so comfortable and cosy. A perfect autumn relaxing break.
Mrs Burton
October 2014
Great location. We had a good holiday and have just booked the cottage again for next September; have also recommended it to a friend this morning.
October 2014
What a find, its a dream of a place. Lovely comfortable cottage with views to die for. It is set right on the river bank, when you are inside you feel as thoughyou are on a boat. The garden is part of the river bank fenced off, where you can sit and watch the great wild life, we saw the seal every day and herons , swans etc. Ruswarp is a lovely village with a good food pub which is dog friendly.On the other side of the river is a footpath which is one and a half miles to whitby.
Mrs Daw
September 2014
The property is set at the side of a river, where there was plenty of wildlife to watch and also boating activity. Had a nice garden to sit in for us and the dogs.
Mrs Chase
May 2014
A wonderful get away from it all place to relax and enjoy the wildlife and birds who visited the garden daily.
Ms Wilson
May 2014
WOW! It was so lovely at Waterloo Cottage, very comfy, especially the bed! The garden was a pleasure to sit in and walk round, but most of all the location was just brilliant, we just loved it and so did our collie. We were lucky with the weather and to sit there in the morning with our coffee or in the evening with a glass wine was so relaxing. There were two herons on the bank opposite, lots of ducks with their young and a beautiful swan who came to see us each day.
Mrs Maycock
April 2014
The cottage is beautiful and relaxing, the garden perfect. The walk into Whitby is excellent even my 93 year old mother managed the walk with ease. Nearby Foss Falls is beautiful and the cafe there is wonderful. Rowing on the river is a real treat. The nearby butchers is excellent, we didn't even cook a breakfast, we just bought sandwiches from there every morning. The Bridge Inn just a few minutes walk away is lovely, everyone is friendly and they serve excel.lent food. Will definitely return again.
Mrs Bentley
March 2014
It was our second visit to this lovely cottage in Ruswarp. Such a lovely place to stay by the river. The cottage itself has everything you need, and we hope to have our next annual stay there next year.
Mrs Maycock
November 2013
Lovely village location. Lovely cottage, so very peaceful and the view of the river both from the cottage and the garden was absolutely beautiful. Fantastic village butcher. Village pub, The Bridge Inn, does lovely food, they know how to look after the beer and the atmosphere is lovely and friendly. Nice location to tour around from too. We have booked again for 2014.
Mr Abrahams
November 2013
This was our second visit, we stayed at Waterloo cottage annexe last year. The cottage is in a superb location on the side of the river Exe. The Cottage is very comfortable, and within easy walking distance of Whitby.
Mrs Oliver
August 2013
The cottage was excellent. The position by the river was fascinating with lots to look at all the time. It was very well placed for Whitby with an interesting walk from the cottage to the harbour area. The house was very comfortable and contained what we needed. We had a lovely, peaceful break.
Mrs Harper
July 2013
Both the cottage and the garden were very good standard. The location next to the river was perfect and because the weather was so hot we did spend quite a lot of time in the garden, relaxing. The village location made it easy to travel to the local areas as well as Whitby, which was also in walking distance. We had a very enjoyable holiday.
July 2013
I have stayed in many holiday homes in many parts of the UK but have to say that Waterloo annexe is up there with the best.Delightful setting by the river and perfect for walks and day visits.My wife and I tried to think of some amenity the home didn't have but failed.
June 2013
the cottage is very well equipped comfortable and cosy. excellent location easy to get to whitby great butchers and very tranquil settings.
May 2013
The cottage felt more like our home than a rental cottage and all the lovely small touches had been thought of; firewood for log burner (gas heating excellent)& firelighter kits,tea lights,binoculars & bird books, all "extra's" for kitchen etc. Weather was not good enough to take advantage of the lovely riverside garden and to use the sun room much but with 2 large windows in the lounge overlooking the picturesque river we were very happy just to sit and enjoy!
May 2013
Stayed in waterloo cottage for a week in early March.Not disappointed with the location or the amenities,lovely riverside location and the cottage had everything we needed for our stay.Have stayed in Ruswarp before, but,this cottage far exceeded the others,would definitely recommend this cottage for a a holiday.
May 2013
This is the most wonderful place to stay, both the cottage and the village were amazing.We loved Ruswarp it is the most pretty village and to be able to stay there was a privelidge.The cottage was the most beautiful i've had the pleasure to visit, being on the river esk made it just perfect...thank you to all concerned for a really good week.
Mrs Lee
April 2013
Excellent location, accommodation very good, off road parking and a garden to sit in, spot on!
Mrs Wells
April 2013
The location, alongside the river was oh so restful. It was wonderful to open the curtains on a morning and watch the ducks, geese, swans etc. Morning coffee (or scrabble) in the conservatory was a delight. We have rebooked for a fortnight in autumn!
Mr Taylor
April 2013
Over looking the river and walking into Whitby. The Waterloo Cottage Annexe was just the best one we have stayed in yet.
Ms Machin
March 2013
The location of this cottage is superb, so cosy and quaint. We loved it here and it is a fantastic base for seeing and walking to local towns and villages.
Mrs Bentley
March 2013
The setting next to the river was a excellent, overall the entire holiday was lovely which the cottage itself played a big part on such a lovely stay. We will hopefully be returning for another weeks holiday.
February 2013
We traveled as a family of 3, my husband, our 10 year old daughter and myself plus our 6 month old labrador logan!. The booking was so smooth, the owner was a lovely lady, very helpful. This place has the WOW factor, right on the river esk, large garden for pets and parking, When we arrived the heating had been left on for our arrival, which was lovely as it has been a little nippy, we had wood waiting for us so we could light the stove as soon as we got in, lovely as we had brought our own from home but didn't need to. The place was spotless, not to mention the most well equipt place we have ever stayed, there was even washing up liquid, dish washer tabs and wash powder if we needed it and more plates, cups and glasses than u can shake a stick at. The bedroom was lovely, roomy with a nice comfy bed, views to die for, the sofa bed was very comfy, our daughter loved having a double bed all to herself. we had all mod cons and we took our wii which kept us all entertained. The little porch is great for sitting and watching the world and wildlife go past. We even got to see the seal that lives in the river!! The pub just at the bottom of blue bank in slights does lovely food and real ales, not to mention the pub not 5 mins walk over the bridge from the cottage, there's also a butchers in slights as well as the one in Runswarp it's self. Your only 2 mins drive from Whitby, and there's loads of lovely walks for all the family. So all in all we had the best 3 nights and really didn't want to leave and looking at the guest book everyone that has stayed here is of the same opinion. Please go visit waterloo cottage annexe amazing place at a fab price.
Mrs Robson
January 2013
Another excellent stay at Waterloo Cottage Annexe. Great walks into Whitby and Robin Hoods Bay. Very comfortable, homely cottage. It was really nice to watch seals swimming in front of our window.
January 2013
Me and my husband are in our early 30's and spent a week at Waterloo Cottage in November 2012, it was lovely, comfy, clean , modern and had everything you could want !! home from home. The location is excellent as the cottage is right on the river bank, the first night we arrived we were lucky enough to see the local seal ! We thought for a weeks stay the cottage was great value for money and I would defiantly recommend a stay here. On the site it states the cottage sleeps 4 however there is only one bedroom the sofa in the living room turns in to a bed not really idea for families but great for couples !! There is no parking at the side of the house as the house is directly on the road with only a small footpath. To park you have to open the garden gates and park on the garden in the cottage grounds you just have to be careful when entering and leaving as its poor visibility. The owner is lovely to she rang to give us information before our stay and told us we could ring her if we needed any further information . All in all I would defiantly recommend the cottage perfect week for either relaxing , walking or driving round North Yorkshire taking in the views and sight seeing.
Miss Little
December 2012
The cottage was warm, cosy and perfect for two. The location was just right to access Whitby and great that we could take our dog with an enclosed garden. It was lovely to be so close to the river Esk and with lovely walks on the doorstep.
Mr Gray
December 2012
The quiet location by the river and it wasn't too far to travel to from home. The cottage was perfect size for me and my husband and the fact that we could take the dog for some lovely walks was a benefit. It was 5 minutes by car to centre of Whitby although it is in walking distance. The owner had put some Christmas decorations up as well which was a nice touch.
Mr Abrahams
November 2012
The holiday was very relaxing as the cottage provided everything you could wish for. It was lovely to come back at night to such a cosy cottage. We were sorry to leave and look forward to returning next year.
Mr Mccarthy
November 2012
Excellent location for a very relaxing holiday. Beautiful countryside.
Mrs Scott
November 2012
Beautiful little cottage right on the river Esk, felt home from home. Very cosy, would definitely come back just perfect!
Ms Cave
October 2012
It was an idyllic setting looking over the river. The cottage was excellent. We had a fabulous break.
Mrs Bakker
October 2012
The cottage was very homely, clean and warm to our liking. Just perfect for a weeks holiday. I did like all the little knick-knacks, just like home.
Mrs Karn
October 2012
The view of the river from the lounge window was fantastic, always something new to see, sit up in bed and watch the river, seals, ducks and herons! The furnishings and equipment were of a really good standard, much better than we have had in other rental properties.
Mr Langford
September 2012
The location of the cottage was good for walks and commuting. Nice little quiet village. Tranquil view across river Esk, seen lots of wild life. The cottage felt like home from home. We did not want to come home. Will be back again in the future. Will recommend to friends and family.
September 2012
We stayed at Waterloo Cottage annexe for 2 weeks in June and had a great time. The location was perfect for us, lots of private space, great views and plenty of wildlife, including 2 young seals frolicking in the water a few metres from the cottage. Plenty of good walks in the area and a lovely shortish walk into Whitby. If you plan your route you can have a longish outward walk and catch the train back. A trip to Sleights is well worth it. The accomodation is spacious for 2, and very tastefully furnished and equipped, all comforts provided, including the lovely bed! As it was quite wet some days, we really appreciated the small 'conservatory' - sufficient space to sit down and take off dripping kagouls and muddy walking boots. We take regular cottage holidays and would highly recommend this cottage
Mrs Carlyle
August 2012
Fantastic accommodation in a picturesque location. Great for those who love wildlife in a quiet area away from the crowds yet still within reach of areas of interest. Pleased we could take our dog too who enjoyed the private garden and looking out onto the river. Would highly recommend.
Mr Morgan
August 2012
The location and ambience made the mood for relaxing just right.
Mrs Watson
July 2012
The cottage had a lovely cosy feel about it with lots of lovely touches like photos of how the cottage looked through the years and the owner had made a little album of things to do and see in the area. The decor was well thought out and we loved it.
Mrs Robson
July 2012
We enjoyed excellent walks into Whitby, and really enjoyed our visit to Runswick Bay and Sandsend. The local pub also allows dogs in the bar.
Ms Hart
July 2012
The cottage is in a good location with wonderful views, and we also saw seals playing in the River Esk. We also appreciated the standard of the facilities in the cottage.
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