Dog friendly seaside holidays cottages near Saltburn-by-the-Sea sleeping 15 for family get togethers and walking weekends
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. Wilson Cottages, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Yorkshire, sleeps 4 - 15 in 8 bedrooms.
Wilson Cottages sleep 15 with exclusive use:
The Granary sleeps 7 (2 interlinked cottages)
Cow Byre sleeps 4 - disabled accessible, on one level with wet room
Calfhouse sleeps 4
Traditional farm buildings have been sensitively renovated to create 3 holiday cottages in a pretty courtyard setting. These holiday cottages on a farm in Lingdale, on the edge of the North York Moors National Park and just 10 minutes from the coast, is a good choice for friends and 3 generation families getting together for a special occasion or for a holiday. Walkers and cyclists will love this area offering 24 bike trails and sections of the Cleveland Way Coastal Path along with all manner of historic attractions and villages to explore.
All of the pantile stone cottages have open plan living accommodation with lovely original features such as vaulted ceilings allowing light to pour in. 2 of the properties are all on the ground floor and 1 has an accessible wet room, perfect for anyone less mobile. The largest cottage, the Granary, is across 2 floors with 2 staircases leading to bedrooms. A mix of doubles, twins, singles and bunks is popular with a mixed age group - and separate cottages work well for multi generational groups or a few families away on holiday together but looking for their own space.
Outside patios at each adjoining cottage are fantastic spots for a barbecue and there is also lots of grassed space to the rear of the properties for the kids and dogs to run around. The central courtyard at the front is absolutely perfect for enjoying morning coffee or evening drinks, an ambient space surrounded by flowers and mature shrubs and an opportunity to just relish being outside.
Saltburn-by-the-Sea is a proper seaside town with a promenade, the most northerly surviving British pier and a Victorian cliff lift. The Smugglers Heritage Centre is worth a visit and will definitely be a hit with the youngsters. Whitby is a 30 minute journey but the place to get the best fish & chip supper (at Trenchers of Whitby). Interestingly, Whitby is also the home of Dracula. Meanwhile, back at Wilsons, the pub is only a mile away for a quick pint before dinner and a dog walk.