|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
This charming cottage has an open plan downstairs living area, comprising of sitting area, dining area and kitchen. There is a shower room on the ground floor with WC, hand basin and large walk-in shower. The original steep winding staircase (behind a door) lead to an adjoining double room, and twin room. Outside is a private enclosed yard.
These superb, well appointed cottages are located in the village of Ruswarp, just outside Whitby. Ruswarp offers a cafe & indoor play area, boating, a village pub with good food, miniature steam railway and an excellent butchers. Getting into Whitby without taking a car, can be either on foot over the fields (30min), by train at Ruswarp station three times a day, or by bus every hour. Parking is available. Pets are welcome by arrangement. The 3 cottages at Croft Farm are 4 star rated, and provide a sitting room, with 32' flat screen TV and freesat and wifi, kitchen/dining room, a downstairs toilet. On the first floor there are two bedrooms, one double and one twin, with a family bathroom. In No 2 and No3 Croft Farm on the 2nd floor there is a large luxurious 2nd double bedroom. A patio seating area is outside each of the cottages for those summer evenings.
Sully Cottage on the High Street, retains it's original charm and has been modernized beautifully, it also has a small private outside yard.
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Ruswarp is a mile outside Whitby on the North Yorkshire coast. Scarborough is 25 miles away to the south, and the beautiful coast stretches up to the north, from Robins Hood Bay to Sandsend (only 5 mins drive away), leading to Runswick Bay and Staithes. We are ideally placed for all the lovely walks and villages in the North Yorkshire Moors, with the village of Goathland being the TV set for Heartbeat. The Great Yorkshire forest at Dalby is only 20 mins drive away, offering fantastic mountain bike trails and an aerial rope course not for the faint hearted. If it is shopping you want, York is 50 miles to the south, with all the attractions of the Minster, the National Railway Museum and the Jorvik Viking Museum. However it is Whitby which is the main attraction, with award winning fish and chips, fantastic beach and harbour, as well as the quaint streets and shops which will keep you coming back year after year.