This semi-detached, 18th century converted coach house is in Great Fryup Dale, a scattering of farms and houses, near to Whitby in the North York Moors National Park and sleeps five people in two bedrooms. Prospect Coach House is a semi-detached, converted coach house in Great Fryup Dale, a scattering of farms and houses, fourteen miles from Whitby in the North York Moors National Park. This cottage sleeps up to five people and has two bedrooms, consisting of one king size double and one twin with pull-out single, as well as a family bathroom. The cottage also has a fitted kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with open fire. To the ou...tside of this cottage, there is off road parking for three cars and a patio area by the cottage, with a rockery and lawned garden areas with stream and sitting area behind the cottage. Prospect Coach House is a wonderful holiday home in a stunning area.
Amenities: LPG central heating with open fire in sitting room. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Satellite, free wireless broadband, DVD, music system with surround sound. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen inc. in rent. Cot, highchair and stairgate on request. Patio area by house with rockery behind leading up to pretty lawned garden areas with stream at top and sitting area. Off road parking for 3 cars. Private water supply. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub in Lealholm, 2 miles.
Region: 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.
Town: Located in the North York Moors National Park, Fryup Dale is a largely undiscovered area, ideal as a base from which to begin exploring the surrounding countryside. Whether you plan to make your way around the region on foot, by bike or car, there is something for everyone to see and do in this wonderful landscape. Surrounded by heather-clad moors, this region is popular for walkers who will be spoiled for choice by the many footpaths and trails across the countryside. For train lovers there are a variety of old engines running from nearby Lealholm, through the lovely Esk Valley to Whitby, calling at many pretty villages along the way. Linking with the ever-popular North York Moors Steam Railway at Grosmont, the Esk valley line is well worth taking a trip on.Read more
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Left on 01/06/2014 for a stay in October 2013 | Neil R
Despite the fact that it rained all week, I enjoyed my stay here. It's quite remote, being several miles along a single track road, but us in a great position, with good views of the vale from both the house, and the pleasant (steeply sloping) back garden.
Very well equipped with a large tv, PVR, surround sound system, washer/dryer, and a second dryer. The accommodation is spacious, clean, and characterful. In the nearby village if Lealholme there is a post office, a very good pub (The Board Inn), and several tea rooms. Whitby and Grosmont are about 10 miles away. The info pack was very useful.
Downsides? The heavy rain leaked into the porch & tripped the electrics twice.
Left on 08/29/2013 for a stay in June 2013 | Mrs Mitchell
Booking the property was straight forward & the directions to the property were very good.
The property was very nice & spacious & the garden was excellent.
Although the property was a fair distance from the nearest village it was very quiet & relaxing and the few neighbors we came across were friendly & helpful.
The best thing about the property was being able to sit out in the garden & enjoy the lovely scenery & even seeing a deer crossing the road just yards away.
The only thing I could fault was that we could not change the channel on the TV despite following the instructions but as the weather was good the week we were there it wasn't too big a hardship. Just a simple straight forward TV would be much better!!
Left on 09/05/2012 for a stay in May 2012 | Marjorie
We found this house welcoming and friendly - I think this is partly because it is obviously loved and used by its owners. It is therefore well-organised for actually living in. Brilliant location, lovely garden, and rapid rescue for a minor kitchen problem. The in-laws came to visit and were so impressed that they plan to book it for themselves next year.
Left on 09/20/2011 for a stay in July 2011 | Martin Dawes
We liked the apparent 'remoteness' of this beautiful valley. There are no villages, just a scattering of farms and hamlets. It seemed a secret yet Whitby is only half an hour away. And within a few miles drive was the well-stocked village of Lealholm. The cottage was well equipped and comfortable and very quiet. Neighbours were friendly. And we could keep in touch with the outside world via the internet - a must these days.
We had a lovely week in this cottage which is comfortable and well equipped. We did feel that there might be a need to update furniture soon but that's a small niggle. It is very homely with everything you could want. The owners responded very quickly to a query we had and it was overall a very enjoyable experience. It is a bit remote but that is a plus as well.
Left on 02/21/2010 for a stay in July 2009 | The Nobles
Excellent cottage, all mod cons, especially the kitchen area.
Nice garden but not terribly suitable for young children - 6 yr old twins could not play footbal due to the steep incline!!
Lovely area - no shortage of things to do & places to go to. Great access to coast & countryside.
Left on 02/18/2010 for a stay in May 2008 | Tubby Family
This Holiday cottage provided us with a Great Family getaway, and a fantastic base for exploring the Nork York Moors and the surrounding coast. We spent the whole week exploring Whitby, Pickering and other wonderful dales.
The service provided by Sykes Cottages is excellent from their easy on-line booking facility, to their accurate description of the property and surrounding area, even had easy directions to find the place, always a bonus after a long drive. This service was followed through when we arrived at the cottage, with useful information contained in their holiday binder, of good places to eat, bus time times and local emergency services.
The cottage ticked all our boxes for our family requirements,with spacious rooms, comfortable furniture, and decent size TV !! and provided both a quiet location and scenic location that we had not explored before.
It was homely, comfortable, and well provisioned, we especially like the free WiFi provided, a nice touch, allowing us to keep in touch in the evening.
My daughter always remembers the horse in the adjoining paddock that greeted us in the mornings and when we arrived back after our day out and about, and the wide variety of wildlife with Pheasants in the garden.
Easy to find good pubs to eat in, we always find North York area a gold mine of good value pub meals.
Would highly recommend to families looking for a comfortable base, or walkers looking to explore a different dale. A real 5* experience we would love to repeat.
Left on 02/18/2010 for a stay in September 2008 | Anthony Burton
The most important element about this holiday cottage was undoubtedly its situation, in a quiet dale with moorland walks literally available from the front door. When we visited, the owners were still working on making the garden - which should now be far more attractive. This was a very comfortable house, but amenities such as local pub - which was excellent - and shops were car drive away.I would describe it as an ideal place to explore the North Yorkshire Moors - and you can visit the coast by railway - with steam trains running at weekends.
This is a cottage for those who really do want to get away from noise and buste - and how many cottages are there where you can walk just a few paces from the house and find yourself face to face with a deer?
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