The cottage is only a two minute walk away from the North York Moors Railway station, with its magnificent steam trains.
Applegarth sleeps 4, we have two bedrooms - a double and a twin. Bathroom with bath and shower. Kitchen/diner, sitting room, utility room plus a great garden.
We offer a perfect place to stay for:
Families with young children - with a secluded walled and fenced garden
Walkers - we are on the route of the Coast to Coast walk in the heart of the beautiful Esk valley, below the stunning North York Moors
Cyclists - good cycle routes nearby
Steam enthusiasts - NYMR steam trains passing every day between March and October
People who want to get away from it all - the cottage is in a quiet peaceful setting with no direct road access - so no traffic (apart from steam trains that is!)
Nature lovers - abundant wildlife with lots of songbirds, a resident family of owls (a real hoot), squirrels and the occasional deer
Sir Nigel Gresley and George Stephenson cottages.
George Stephenson Cottage is a lovely one bedroomed character property, situated next to the steam railway station in the popular village of Grosmont near Whitby. George Stephenson Cottage is all on the ground floor and it can be used in conjunction with two bedroomed Sir Nigel Gresley Cottage next door. The cottage is ideal for a relaxing break as well as offering the superb walking and cycling for those seeking a more active holiday.
Two double bedrooms
Plus bed settee
Fully equipped kitchen
Bathroom with shower
Secluded garden with patio
Private parking for two cars
Central heating and log burning stove
Five minutes walk from station, bus stop, shops and pub.
The ideal base for coast and moors and more.
1950's converted Roadsman's Living Van between Grosmont and Goathland, within easy walking distance of The Crossing Club at Grosmont and the Birch Hall Inn at Beckhole.
Overlooking the steam railway. Charlie's Van provides spacious accommodation for two with a solid fuel stove, fridge, cooker, private parking and shower. Dogs are most welcome.
'Less is definitely more.'