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Self-Catering Grosmont

Wychwood Pet-Friendly Cottage in Grosmont, North Yorkshire

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Wychwood Pet-Friendly Cottage Self-Catering

Holiday home
This delightful, brick-built end terraced house has been refurbished to a very high standard and is in the heart of the village of Grosmont. The property offers comfortable and welcoming accommodation for groups of up to five people. There is a large entrance hall and the sitting room is cosy, beautifully furnished and has a feature fireplace with a wood burner giving the room a restful atmosphere. The kitchen has a farmhouse feel about it and is spacious and cheerful with a large pleasant dining area and a generous utility and boot room. There are three tranquil and stylish bedrooms ready for a relaxing night's sleep and there is a first floor bathroom that has been stylishly finished and elegantly furnished. The outside space is no less impressive, with sheltered gardens offering a peaceful place to sit and enjoy this super property.

The charming village of Grosmont is situated at the juncture of the Murk Esk and the River Esk in the middle of the dramatic moors scenery. Characterised by scenic views, steep hills and narrow roads with a miscellany of fields and moorland expanses, Grosmont is the home of the famous North York Moors Steam Railway and has a 1952 style British Rail station and engine sheds, where the trains receive much needed restoration. The railway has been run by enthusiasts since 1973 and takes around 200,000 passengers a year on its scenic journey through the stunning countryside. The village has a general store, café, pub and post office and is well placed for exploring the wider area, making this a fabulous base for an unforgettable holiday.

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.

Oil central heating with woodburning stove. Electric oven, ceramic hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, washer/dryer, TV with FreeSat, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars. Small, sheltered, sunny lawned garden to front (accessed via communal path) and side with furniture and BBQ. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 3 mins walk.

Vacation Rental Amenities

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

May 2018
Wychwood has to be one of the best cottages we have stayed in. It is beautiful on the outside with its floral draped pergola, and gorgeous in the inside with superb decor, fixtures and fittings. We were travelling with two elderly dogs so the ability for us to sleep on the ground floor was a great advantage and part of the reason we chose this cottage. One of the other reasons was that everywhere was carpeted (except for the kitchen and boot room) So many dog-friendly cottages have laminate or tiled floors for understandable reasons but, when you have two 16 year old dogs, skittering around on slippy hard floors isn't an option. Once they fall down they struggle to get up again. Every room was finished and furnished to a really high standard. Every single detail had been considered. The beds were comfortable and sowers the sofa and lounge chairs - a simple request, but one often not satisfied. We arrived to be greeted with a welcome tray, and very welcome it was. We had everything we needed to make tea and coffee including milk in the fridge. The washer/drier was also really useful. We actually came home with only a handful of washing - not bad for a week away! The little garden was a lovely addition. Unfortunately it isn't directly accessed from the house but rather, down a little shared path. This was fine except for when we needed to let the dogs out for a wee - they had to be supervised. It's not a busy road by any stretch but they are old and tend to wander off! I loved to get up early and sit in the garden in my dressing gown with a cup of tea. The location of the cottage is perfect for us, with the steam railway and the main line just a few hundred yards down the hill.The pub there is also very handy - not posh, a real pub but friendly and with good food. All in all a wonderful cottage, a fantastic weeks holiday and we wouldn't hesitate to go back again.
November 2017
Wychwood cottage is one of the best cottages we've stayed at,its has everything at the cottage to make for perfect holiday.furnished to high standard, good location,good bus/train service if you want a break from driving while on holiday.short easy drive to whitby.we would not hesitate to book wychwood cottage in the future.
Rob H
August 2016
We were looking for somewhere quiet to stay as a base to explore this part of Yorkshire, and Wychwood in Grosmont was ideal for us. The cottage was very clean and well equipped. One room downstairs had been converted to a third bedroom, meaning besides the large kitchen diner there was only a modest sized lounge, but this was more than adequate for us - we were on holiday and didn't spend much time inside! Two further bedrooms upstairs meant there was ample room to sleep 5 people. A modern bathroom with towels provided completed the upstairs area. There was an attractive looking fireplace in the lounge with a wood burner fire, but being summer we never got to use it. There was also a small garden to the rear with a table and 4 chairs. A parking space for 2 cars completed the property. Wychwood is down a quiet lane with no passing traffic. It is literally 2-3 minutes walk to the middle of Grosmont which is a small village comprising 1 pub and train station, 1 convenience store and a number of tea rooms and an art gallery. There is also a souvenir shop. The pub is very friendly and serves large portions of well prepared meals. A useful tip, if you wish to visit the pub for an evening meal, then booking a table in advance is recommended. There is a steam train running from the station with a service that runs to Whitby. The cottage allows one well behaved dog. We took our pet and he loved the many footpaths through woods and across the surrounding hills where we walked him. All in all Wychwood suited our needs perfectly and we enjoyed our week here.
Ms Rhead
July 2016
Lovely and well equipped house in a nice wee village. Everything provided you could need or wish for. Small but surprisingly peaceful garden. Steam railway and train memorabilia shops a bonus. Would definitely return.
April 2016
Absolutely fantastic stay, the cottage very comfortable. Thank you for a very relaxing holiday.
February 2016
Staying here during a very windy week. We chose to use the upstairs twin room due to the proximity to the bathroom for nocturnal excursions!! This proved to be a wise choice as the downstairs double room remained very chilly all week even with the log fire burning and the central heating on. The entrance porch was freezing cold all week. Stairs are quite steep not suitable for the infirm and the only loo is upstairs. The cottage is well decorated and the kitchen is one the best equipped I have ever stayed in. On betting my partner that there would be no pastry brush - I lost!!! The standard of furnishing and bedding is high. The twin beds were certainly most comfortable. Excellent dog walks straight off the premises. In all a good cottage, but I wouldn't go again in winter!!
Mr Mabbott
September 2015
We loved the location as everything we required was accurately described. The accommodation was excellent as were all the people we met.
Mrs Percival
August 2015
The cottage was a delight; very welcoming and everything was there and more. We could easy have stayed forever.
Mr Walton
June 2015
It is a lovely property and is just a short walk to the village and the steam trains.
Ms Wadbrook
April 2015
The cottage was lovely and cosy, well located in Grosmont for local days out to Whitby and Robin Hood's Bay. We loved the village, the great walks, steam trains and the local people are lovely.
Ms Harrison
March 2015
Homely comfortable property. Great walking area.
Mr Woodward
February 2015
Lovely cottage in great location, went in the middle of winter with 4 inches of snow on the ground but cottage was extremely warm and cosy. The kitchen was very well equipped, there was nothing I could not lay my hands on and the new bathroom is beautiful.
Mr Gilbert
September 2014
It was very peaceful and quiet. It was off the beaten track yet easily accessible to many lovely beaches and the towns of Whitby Scarborough.
Mr Bright
July 2014
Easy access to walks and trains. Cottage was very clean and comfortable, also very quiet. Would recommend this cottage.
Mr Williams
June 2014
The cottage was spotless and the welcoming tray was a lovely idea. We had THE most enjoyable holiday, perfect surroundings and very friendly people around us. We look forward to being able to return in the future.
Michelle D
June 2014
The cottage was well presented and very clean, with all the amenities that you need for a holiday. The beds were comfortable and the kitchen was fabulous. We spent nearly every evening sat in the garden. The cottage was ideally located for the NYMR, being a steam train fanatic family we walked daily into the village for either travelling on the train or watching the trains. We had some lovely walks in the area and thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
April 2014
Spacious 3 bedroom cottage in attractive location. Clean and tidy with good utilities. Unfortunately, like others before, we were plagued with noise from the cockerels next door. There's a loud crowing that starts at 03:45 every morning and continues intermittently until after 07:00. It happens within about 3 to 4 metres from the main bedroom window. This meant moving into the small single bed at the front of the cottage. This bed was uncomfortable with a thin mattress and the bed creaked a lot. So our sleep was disturbed and we cut the stay short by a day. I know that this is the sound of the country, but so loud and so near?? If you'r gong to go there in a big car be aware that parking involves a lot of very careful manoeuvring around the locals vans to actually reach the property. Main bedroom needs secondary double glazing and the single beds need to be of a better quality
Mr Bainbridge
March 2014
The cottage blended into the picturesque setting. It was without doubt the most peaceful holiday we have ever had. Our little girl loved her bedroom and our dog loved his country walks.
January 2014
We returned for October half term - exactly a year after our last visit. The cottage was as welcoming and cosy as the previous year. The owners must be commended for maintaining this cottage so well. It was spotlessly clean and well equipped. We had another wonderful stay - this time we managed dinner at the local pub. We had steak pie - homemade and really delicious. Our days were easy to fill by walking on the Yorkshire Moors and visiting Whitby by train.
Mrs Kitchener
December 2013
Four lovely days of Yorkshire Moors, beautiful villages, and lovely people. A really fabulous time! Would have liked to have stayed longer. The cottage was so cute and cosy, and well equipped. Spent the last evening in the lovely Grosmont pub.
Ms Watson
November 2013
The cottage was well located, pretty, comfortable and fantastically well equipped. The village was cute, would like to return to see it again 'in season' and also to try the food at the Geall Gallery as we heard it is fabulous. The local pub was very friendly and welcoming. The Toll Road walk to Egton Bridge was really pleasant, and we enjoyed a fabulous Sunday roast at The Horseshoes Pub as our reward.
Mrs Holmes
November 2013
The whole property was absolutely fabulous. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, and will hopefully be back again.
Mrs Smith
October 2013
A great place to stay. Quiet, but close to station and village centre. High standard of accommodation, well set up, and easy to access.
Mrs O'Doherty
June 2013
The house was very comfortable, warm, clean and had everything we needed.
Mrs Wyatt
June 2013
A super cottage in a wonderful location, excellently equipped and furnished. Would be happy to recommend to others. Very high standard and very comfortable and well equipped.
April 2013
Clean and warm when we arrived and exactly as described on the website. Fantastic location with so much to do within 20 minutes drive and we cant wait to return
April 2013
Vendor was very helpful, Sykes were extremely professional and administratively could not be faulted. A long overdue weekend spend in delightful cottage; very very clean, well equipped and well presented, warm and very cosy with a superb wood burning stove... So warm. The location was brilliant; interesting and fabulous village with good facilities, lovely welcoming villagers. Nice drive into Whitby bay and a very welcoming cottage to come back to. We took MaX - 8 year old Westie - he thought it was "magic" - the cottage is ideal for taking a pet, as are all the beautiful walks in Grosmont and in fact all the surrounding areas. Liked best the whole atmosphere of cottage and the village; was like stepping back in time. Least liked ... Having to come back home so soon!!
Mr Philipps
March 2013
Excellent property in a quiet location, although in the warmer months the village will be much busier.
Mrs Barley
March 2013
Absolutely charming cottage and surrounding area. Completely relaxed and felt at home immediately. Will definitely be back.
February 2013
Lovely cottage of a very high standard in an excellent location.
Mrs Kitchener
February 2013
Fab weekend break for 5 nursery nurses plus Max, the Westie. We could not have wished for a better base. The village and people therein were delightful. We will be looking to return to this cottage in 2014 without a doubt.
December 2012
We stayed at Wychwood in October half term. There were 6 of us - my family (2 adults / 2 teenagers) and my parents. Most importantly, we were able to take our beloved Benny, the dog. We arrived in foul weather to a welcoming cottage. The heating was on - and even though the downstairs room is slightly chilly, it is still too lovley not to sleep in. The kitchen is incredibly well equipped - all useful cooking aids/utensils. The sitting room is lovely - the wood burner is efficient and we spent our evenings snug & cosy! We were slightly concerned at only one bathroom - but it wasn't too bad. The upstairs rooms are of a reasonable size and warm. The stairs are slightly steep - but I am a wimp on stairs...... Easy parking for 2 cars. The porch at the front of the house is fab......especially in October - it was great for coats, boots and a wet dog. Grosmont is truly delightful - the NYMR steam railway was a hit, even with our teenage son. There is also a Northern Rail link to Whitby. The cafe in the old school is wonderful. We spent an afternoon enjoying yummy cake & hot chocolate. The village shop is only a 5 minute walk away (max) downhill - slightly longer on uphill going back....it stocks pretty much all the essentials including logs for the fire. The pub, is thankfully a bit closer.....All in all, we had a lovley week away in a very reasonably priced cottage.
December 2012
We stayed at Wychwood in October half term. There were 6 of us - my family (2 adults / 2 teenagers) and my parents. Most importantly, we were able to take our beloved Benny, the dog. We arrived in foul weather to a welcoming cottage. The heating was on - and even though the downstairs room is slightly chilly, it is still too lovley not to sleep in. The kitchen is incredibly well equipped - all useful cooking aids/utensils. The sitting room is lovely - the wood burner is efficient and we spent our evenings snug & cosy! We were slightly concerned at only one bathroom - but it wasn't too bad. The upstairs rooms are of a reasonable size and warm. The stairs are slightly steep - but I am a wimp on stairs... Easy parking for 2 cars. The porch at the front of the house is fab...especially in October - it was great for coats, boots and a wet dog. Grosmont is truly delightful - the Nymr steam railway was a hit, even with our teenage son. There is also a Northern Rail link to Whitby. The cafe in the old school is wonderful. We spent an afternoon enjoying yummy cake & hot chocolate. The village shop is only a 5 minute walk away (max) downhill - slightly longer on uphill going back...it stocks pretty much all the essentials including logs for the fire. The pub, is thankfully a bit closer...All in all, we had a lovley week away in a very reasonably priced cottage.
Mrs Smith
October 2012
Property was very well set up and to a high standard. It was very comfortable.
September 2012
This accomodation was very clean & comfortable with a well equipped kitchen and good quality fixtures and fittings. There was a note left for us from the Cleaner to say the Grill didn't work, but she had reported this to the owner. There was a new toaster in situ , so it was not a problem It was pre arranged to phone the owners 48hrs before arrival to be told of the' key safe' code number so we could access the house keys. We were asked to take our own towels. although tea towels & bedding were provided. The twin bedroom had wooden slats as a base to the beds, but they were comfortable enough. The dining area was rather gloomy even though it was bright sunshine, so we had to have the lights on . But thats to be expected with old properties I guess. Be aware of the unadopted access road to get to this property. Hopfully you will arrive in a 4 x 4 ! Because of this we would not rebook... andbecause of the condition of the road we would not recomend to friends, mainly because they drive MG's and other low slung cars. Having said all of this, you cannot fault the property itself.
September 2012
Clean accommodation on arrival with welcome pack. This was our second visit to Wychwood. The cottage is very homely and in an accessible area to tour North Yorks Coast and Moors. Never bored in Grosmont with the railway and range of lovely cafes. what I did not like was being woken by the cockerals at 4am every morning. Unfortunately as much as I like this cottage I would not return again due to the noise and lack of sleep. I now would not recommend this rental due to the noise unless it was for people hard of hearing.
Miss Skaife
July 2012
The cottage and location are lovely.
Mrs Newstead
July 2012
The cottage was beautifully clean (the best I have been in) and home from home. Good location for the train station.
Mrs Titmus
July 2012
This was our second visit to Wychwood. It's a lovely cottage and you are never bored there as there is always the railway to walk down to, and plenty of tea rooms to try. It's a beautiful area to be in and accessible to lots of other areas on the moors and coast.
Mrs Price
June 2012
The cottage was central to many things and there are plenty of good walks around. The steam railway was convenient too.
Mrs Pallatt
February 2012
The location was fab and the cottage was as well. To be fair we do not think the photos on the internet give the cottage justice, it was lovely.
Mrs Morrison
January 2012
This was our third stay at Wychwood. It is our favorite cottage and I knew I would easily be able to prepare a full Christmas dinner as it has the most well equipped kitchen in any property we have stayed in. The standard of cleanliness is excellent. All in all a fantastic place.
Mrs Ford
October 2011
The standard of accommodation was very good and the location was perfect.
Mrs Tucker
August 2011
This was a return visit with family, who all agreed that the property was excellent and in a good place to explore the area. Plenty of walks of all grades to suit the children and lots of local attractions to keep them happy. Even the weather was kind to us!
Miss Wolstenholme
July 2011
The location was idyllic and we loved hearing and seeing the steam trains all the time. A really good location from which to base a holiday with easy access to lots of seaside locations and attractions. We didn't need for anything.
Mr Wright
June 2011
North Yorkshire is very picturesque with lots of things to do and the cottage made the holiday.
Mr Baker
May 2011
The property was immaculate with every thing we needed. It was great not having to take the car out every day, we simply walked from the cottage. Brilliant location.
Mr & Mrs McKearnen
January 2011
The cottage was lovely. Well equipped and very clean. Easy access to all locations. Much appreciated welcome pack. No DVD player as advertised but not a problem. Freesat available so plenty of tv to watch. Plenty of room to park our car but access to the property is tight. Having said that we managed. We've hired a few cottages over the last few years and up to press this has been the best.
Mr McKearnen
November 2010
The house was very comfortable. Nice big kitchen and the cooker was easy to use. Nice location for visiting other sights. Next door to the railway station.
Mr Evans
November 2010
The location of the cottage was good, and the cottage was of a very high standard.
September 2010
The cottage was lovely. Everything you could want was provided. The cottage was very clean. The location was good. Down in the valley. The is very very steep hills to get in and out of Grosmont village. The local pub was good. Parking was tight for two cars but it is possible.
Mrs Wignall
August 2010
Another lovely holiday in Grosmont. We come back time after time to the same cottage, so that speaks for itself. It is always spotlessly clean with a welcome tray of tea, coffee and biscuits waiting for us. The steam trains of the NYMR can be heard puffing away in the nearby station and it always feels great to be back again.
Mrs Grave
July 2010
The bedrooms were well presented. Eden Camp well worth a visit also Rydale Folk Museum.
Mr Buchanan
July 2010
Very peaceful and relaxing location. With in driving distance to both Whitby and Scarborough.
Mrs Whitehead
June 2010
Excellent cottage. Very clean and well equipped, we had a lovely time and loved next doors hens, watched for hours.
Dr Eustance
April 2010
Location was fantastic! Moors are beautiful and Grosmont and surrounding villages a delight.
Mrs Edwards
April 2010
Superb house in a good location. Lovely neighbours. Good weather!
Mrs Drought
March 2010
Fantastic cottage in a very quiet location!! Perfect getaway. Didn't want to leave. Train into Whitby was an added bonus! Will return a.s.a.p!
Mr Thomas
March 2010
Seclusion. Bargain price. Lovely place. Good location.
Mrs Morrison
March 2010
This was our second visit to this cottage. It is the best we have ever stayed in and we will hopefully be back
Miss Newton
February 2010
It was in a lovely location. Close to Whitby and surrounding areas. The log fire was excellent,and the peace and quiet was wonderful.
Mr Leeming
December 2009
Lovely situation, one of the best we have visited, would certainly return. All in all, a very pleasant short break. Thank you.
December 2009
We liked the house -it was very warm and cosy= except for the downstairs bedroom which was freezing so we ended up sleeping upstairs in the twin bedroom - would not usually have been our first choice. Otherwise location is superb, amenities great and I'm sure the double bedroom would be great when it was warmer. But for a cold weekend in November it was almost uninhabitable.
December 2009
This was one of the best cottages we have stayed in ,and to say we have been to this area for the last 20 years must say it all.Very high standard. will return.
December 2009
clean and tidy house - nicely furnished and with good fixtures and fittings. parking a bit restricted for 2 cars quiet and peaceful area yet in walking distance of the wonderful train station the garden is not attached to the property but close by downstairs bedroom accessed through very cold porch overall a good base for 4 adults and 18 month old child and dog to explore the north yorks moors and coast
Carol Wignall
December 2009
This cottage is a real home from home.It is spotlessly clean, beautifully furnished and only a short walk from the local pub and the railway station so ideal for the steam train enthusiast!Plenty to do in the surrounding areas - whatever the weather!We enjoy it so much it's the fourth time we have visited so that speaks for itself.
December 2009
Beautiful cottage in a lovely area. Accomodation excellent, 5 star.
December 2009
We stayed in this cottage for a week in March and tried to get booked there again later in the year but couldnt. I can honestly say this was one of the best cottages we have ever stayed in and we had a fantastic week. The kitchen had everything we could want and the cottage itself with its log fire was very comfy. North yorkshire and Grosmont in particular is one of our favourite places to be. We will be back if we can get booked.
December 2009
Jen & Lew
December 2009
This home was a great week break for a couple with 2 young kids, a mother-in-law and a well-behaved dog. It was walking distance to great little shops & fabulous heritage railway. We walked to a local stream and splashed and paddled - it was great! We took diverse day trips to Sands End beach, Whitby and walks into the Moors very easily without the kids getting bored with the travel. The house had everything we could have wanted EXCEPT matches - it had wood for the fire, BBQ, etc. but no matches or lighter! We borrowed from a neighbor. The kids were happy with the DVD player, the garden was used for BBQ and small bites, the kitchen supplied all we could want, the linens were fine, enough room to store gear, good entry for shoes and wet bits, area to tie dog outside til walk-time. Overall, a nice holiday to remember! Thanks!
Mrs Jay
November 2009
The cottage is located in a very quiet area and the general atmosphere of the place is one of peaceful relaxation. The cottage is beautiful and nicely maintained and the whole visit was excellent.
Mrs Howarth
October 2009
One of the best cottages we have stayed in. Lovely holiday, lovely area. Will most certainly return.
Mrs Childs
September 2009
we love the cottage, it was our second visit.
Miss Prescott
August 2009
A lovely place to return to at the end of a busy day. The chickens, were fun to watch and didn't upset us at all in the mornings. It was lovely to be able to sit out in the garden and listen to the trains rather than cars rushing by.
Mr Tipton
August 2009
A beautiful location in the countryside in a very homely cottage. We all enjoyed the steam train.
Mrs Wignall
July 2009
Well situated, good touring base. Ideal for people who enjoy walking and steam trains like my sons and husband! Very comfortable cottage to return to.
Mr Mrs Dickinson
June 2009
Excellent location, good walks, good pubs and situated on the doorstep of the North Yorkshire Moors railway. A dog friendly area with lots to see and do!
Mr Garner
April 2009
We loved were the house was situated and the homely feel of the property. We really enjoyed visiting Goathland (Heartbeat Village).
Mr Bunting
March 2009
It was more like a home than a holiday let with a cosy homely feel. As it was a week in February the log fire was very inviting on those colder nights. Having a dog, we also found the tiled porch/sun room an excellent feature.
Mrs Bray
March 2009
A lovely peaceful setting with great local walks. Nice pubs selling great food nearby.
Mrs Morrison
March 2009
This was probably one of the cleanest, most well equipped cottages we have stayed in. The sun even shone all week and there was no rain. Not bad for March!
Mrs Pattison
March 2009
Very good area for a walking holiday. Pleasent cottage.
Mr Stacey
February 2009
Fascinating area, well located for coast and moors. Good warm property.
Mrs Trattles
January 2009
Comfortable house - tastefully decorated for Christmas. Good base for moors, coast and the railway.
Mr Shay
August 2008
An excellent cottage a short distance from the railway and steam trains. A short distance from Whitby and Robin Hoods Bay. A very nice holiday enjoyed by all.
Mrs Brown
July 2008
Really nice well appointed cottage. Thoroughly recommended for families. I would compliment the owner for the standard of the house and it was a pleasure to stay in it - I would definitely like to return at some point in the future. The village was friendy, shop good, well stocked - the Jazz tea room/gallery was excellent - nice atmosphere and well priced snacks. Pub landlord very hospitable. Food plain but wholesome and local beer (Black Sheep)excellent.
Mr Mrs Pearson
June 2008
We enjoyed the quiet surroundings and the cottage was very nice and clean. It was nice to have parking off the road and close to the front door.
Rev Littlejohns
May 2008
Good access for North York Moors National Park.
Mrs McLean
August 2007
Peace and quiet at the cottage. Cottage really felt like a home. Really convenient for exploring coast and surrounding area.
Mrs Punter
August 2007
Wonderful walks around Grosmont.
Mrs Corrigan
April 2007
This cottage is first class and the walks for my family and our dog around the cottage were excellent. It was a very relaxing holiday and we enjoyed everything we did from the steam railway in Grosmont to visiting York, Scarborough and Robin Hoods Bay.
Mrs Wass
December 2006
The cottage was excellent. It exceeded expectations in every respect. The location was wonderful and the cottage itself was beautiful, clean and well equipped. The cottage was beautifully warm when we arrived the instructions for the key were precise. Will definitely go back. I cannot praise it enough!
Mr Dibb
September 2006
Superb accomodation in a lovely location - ideal for walking straight from the front door! A pub and shop just down the road (literally!) was an added and important bonus.
Mrs Gill
July 2006
A beautiful cottage in a beautiful setting.
Mr Keller
July 2006
The location of the property was excellent. There were lots of things to do and see and the weather was great too!
Mr Baker
June 2006
A really nice area with many 'distractions' to make days interesting. There is also a great range of pubs/restaurants for eating in when you want to and they are generally close to hand.
Mrs Titmus
June 2006
Peaceful and relaxing location. Excellent walks and views.
Mr Horan
March 2006
The cottage was exactly as advertised and more, beautifully presented and very clean and tidy, it was almost too comfortable to go out and see the sights, and the owner of the cottage very helpful, we found it a wonderful base to see Yorkshire and beyond. I would recommend the property to anyone thinking of visiting that part of the country.
Mr Mrs Wilson
February 2006
Wychwood is a warm and cosy cottage, superbly situated for visiting and exploring the many beautiful places of interest and scenery of the North Yorkshire Moors - lots to offer.
Mr Parker
February 2006
The peace and quiet. Lovely surroundings and walks.
Mrs Holroyd
January 2006
We had a fantastic new year in the cottage, everything we expected and more.The kids wished for snow and boy did they get it, I haven't seen snow like that since I was a kid - BRILLIANT.
Mrs Sheehan
November 2005
Warm, very comfortable and exceptionally clean holiday home, well placed for Whitby and surrounding area. We will definitely book again.
Mrs Fleming
May 2005
We have been to this area quite a few times but this was the first time we actually stopped in Grosmont. The cottage was situated in such a good position, extremely close to the pub, shop, train station etc., and also close to other pubs and attractions. We had a very relaxing time.
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