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Book this 1 bedroom house in Ruswarp today! A total of 4 people can sleep here comfortably.
Guests can enjoy a dishwasher among other amenities offered by this rental.
Travelers are sharing their opinions on this property. It has an overall rating of 5/5 thanks to an average of 12 reviews.
Costs vary, with the average weekly rate as low as $403 to as high as $715, depending on travel dates.
The manager responds to 100% of inquiries and last updated the property’s calendar Aug 21, 2017.
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About the manager
About the manager
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- 21 Aug 2017
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Languages spoken: English
Proximity to TripAdvisor's Top Ruswarp Attractions
- Linen provided
- Towels provided
- Washing machine
- Smoking allowed
– based on 12 reviews
- Very Good
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.
the cottage is very well equipped comfortable and cosy. excellent location easy to get to whitby great butchers and very tranquil settings.
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.
“A wonderful holiday that will stay with me forever”
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.
“comfortable & relaxing with stunning view”
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!
“Perfect get away”
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.
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