5 Cottage, 6 Cottage, 7 Cottage, More....!
Following our blog post earlier this year, Baytown Holiday Cottages are pleased to present to you three further properties that are all situated in the lower village of Robin Hood’s Bay and available to book now.
All three properties are centrally located and close to all local amenities, the beach and the Cleveland Way.
Coach House Cottage is situated just above New Road and is an old, charming Fisherman’s Cottage set over 2 floors. As the cottage is just moments away from the beach, some say that you can even hear the waves crashing against the sea wall on a stormy night.
The cottage can accommodate 4 people but also 6 people upon request in 1 double bedroom and a single bedroom with 2 full size single beds and 2 single bunk beds. Both bedrooms are comfortable and spacious and have large dormer windows with views up and down New Road which is great if you want to lean on the window sill and watch the world go by. The twin bedroom and the landing on the first floor have numerous books to choose from so what are you waiting for? Take your pick and enjoy!
The entrance to Coach House Cottage is on the ground floor and leads straight into the Kitchen area. Again, a spacious room, the kitchen has a large dining room table to easily sit 4-6 people for meals and evenings at home. The kitchen is well equipped with utensils, pots and pans and all necessary amenities to give you and your party everything you need. There is a multi-fuel stove which is perfect on an evening and provides that extra bit of heat. Next door to the Kitchen is the lounge area with 2 comfy armchairs and a 3-seater sofa. The best thing to do is simply light the open fire and select one of the many DVD’s, books or board games to finish the perfect night in after a family meal.
The price to book Coach House Cottage ranges from £410 a week in low season to £715 for a week in high season. You can also book short breaks for 2 or 3 nights. Please take a look at the pricing table and availability calendar on our website.
Our next cottage is Bert’s Cottage, again situated above New Road. Bert’s Cottage is spread over 3 floors and can accommodate a maximum of 4 people in 2 bedrooms. This grade II listed property has many period features to enjoy such as the original fireplace in the first-floor bedroom and the exposed ceiling beams on the top floor.
Being situated above New Road means there are 9 stone steps to climb up to the front door which leads you into the cottage. The living area has a multi fuel stove which adds to the ambience and heats the ground floor perfectly. There is a 3-seater leather sofa and a leather armchair to comfortably seat everyone as well as a flat screen TV with a built in DVD player to provide the entertainment.
Just up from the living area is the dining area and kitchen area. The dining table can comfortably sit everyone and the modern kitchen is well equipped providing everything you need for home cooked meals around the table together.
Upstairs are the bedrooms and at the top of the first flight of stairs you immediately reach the double bedroom. This open plan room is rather spacious and has a large wardrobe for storage including room for bags and suitcases underneath the bed. There is also the added benefit of an en-suite with a WC and wash basin meaning you do not have to trek downstairs to the main bathroom. The twin bedroom upstairs is once again open plan and has plenty of storage space for belongings. There is a velux window which allows light to flood into the room and the tasteful decoration and bunting across the beams make it a lovely place to stay.
The price to book Bert’s Cottage ranges from £350 a week in low season to £615 for a week in high season. You can also book short breaks for 2 or 3 nights. Please take a look at our pricing table and availability calendar on our website.
Lastly, we present Gilroyd House. Once again situated above New Road and very close to the last cottage we mentioned, Bert’s Cottage. In fact, the stone stairs needed to climb to access Gilroyd House are next to the stairs for Bert’s Cottage.
Gilroyd House is spread over 3 floors and can accommodate a maximum of 6 people in 3 rather spacious bedrooms. On the ground floor, Gilroyd House has a separate living area, dining room and kitchen providing enough space for everyone in the group. The living room has a large leather corner sofa to comfortably fit everyone in front of the TV. Alternatively, it’s a perfect place to sit, relax and choose one of the many books on the large bookcase in the corner. There is a chair by the window in the living area which is a fantastic place to sit and watch the world go by or the people going about their day walking up and down New Road.
Next door is the dining room with a large dining table perfect to seat everyone comfortably just in time to enjoy a home cooked meal together made in the galley kitchen which is just off the dining room. The kitchen has everything needed for home cooking and preparing meals. When everything is done, forget about the washing up as there is a dishwasher to make life that little bit easier and give you more time to spend with everyone.
Upstairs to the first floor and the two double bedrooms. The master bedroom is very tastefully decorated and has everything you need for a comfortable night. There is the added bonus of an en-suite. The second double bedroom is a little smaller in size but nevertheless still has everything you need. There is no en-suite in this bedroom, however the main family bathroom is just next door.
Now, here comes the clever bit! There are 2 different ways to access the top floor. 2 different staircases lead to opposite ends. The first takes you up to the twin single bedroom which has a rather nautical theme to it. The bedroom has enough room for all possessions and belongings and both beds have a side lamp to keep on when the main light is turned off so that you can continue reading or playing.
The second staircase is beautifully decorated showcasing the titles of some classic children’s books and leads to the children’s playroom. This is simply a great place for the children to escape and enjoy some ‘playtime’. There are books & games to spread out over the floor and a large TV with DVD’s to sit back and watch. There is a day bed covered in comfy cushions and teddys galore and suitable for 2 or 3 children to sit on, lie on or spawl out on as well as a giant bean bag to plonk in front of the TV and sink in to. Both sides can be accessed through the second main bathroom which has doors to each bedroom.
The price to book Gilroyd House ranges from £695 a week in low season to £1100 for a week in high season. You can also book short breaks for 3 or 4 nights. Please take a look at the pricing table and availability calendar on our website.
Did you know that you can book all of our cottages online using our very own booking system? It’s really easy to use but if you get stuck or just want some more information about any of our cottages, just contact us and we will be happy to help.