This stunning property is located in the quaint village of Egton, located 5 miles west of Whitby. This newly renovated period property features luxury interiors, beautiful outdoor space and benefits from private parking. If you are looking to enjoy everything the coast has to offer, along with the peaceful surroundings of the local villages, Arncliffe View is your perfect match.
Property Highlight #1
The large period property boasts a beautiful garden with outdoor furniture perfect for al fresco dining.
Property Highlight #2
A Secret Snug
Perfect for children and teenagers, the house has a secret snug with floor cushions and a flat screen TV.
Property Highlight #3
Free On Site Parking
There is free parking on site for up to two vehicles.
Arncliffe View has been furnished with exceptional style and design, you could spend all day admiring the interiors of this property. Upon entering the cottage you are hit with a real sense of ‘home’.
The ground floor is made up of a living room, dining room and kitchen. The living room is home to a luxurious, corner sofa, two leather armchairs and a large flat screen TV. The beautiful tiled fireplace is a comforting feature and the double doors open out onto the well-kept garden.
The dining room comfortably seats 8 people around the large rectangular dining table. The room features vivid blue fabric dining chairs, mixed wood sideboards, a tallboy unit and a cast iron log burner. The large window hatch looks through into the kitchen allowing you to cook, dine and socialise in one space.
The fully equipped kitchen has everything you could need for a short break or longer getaway. The kitchen is fitted with high spec appliances, handmade shelving units and large square, natural stone coloured floor tile. With slate grey units, a marble style worktop and high shine ripple textured wall tile, this space has a modern and stylish feel.
The ground floor benefits from underfloor heating.
On the first floor you will find three bedrooms. The first bedroom features a superking, dark wood platform bed, metal barrel side tables, freestanding clothes rail and original fireplace. With plush grey carpets and crisp white linen this bedroom is the epitome of luxury.
The second bedroom features deep grey walls, a wooden, rolled top kingsize bed and large feature drawers unit with gold accent. This room features a large walk-in wardrobe.
The third bedroom is home to a set of fabric covered bunk beds and is perfect for the younger members of the group. The floral print wallpaper and single glass flower pendant light gives a real country cottage feel.
The family bathroom sits alongside the three bedrooms on the first floor. The bathroom features a large freestanding bath, a walk in shower, WC and large basin. The rich dark walls and white wood panelling wouldn’t be far from an Elle Décor magazine.
Follow the narrow staircase to the second floor where you will find the master bedroom and en-suite. This kingsize bedroom has a pale sand and olive colour palette with accents of brass and gold. The bathroom has an exceptional use of space and features a large free standing bath, walk in shower, sink and vanity mirror and WC.
The wall lights and overhead beams add character to this calm and peaceful space.
Across the hall from the master en-suite you will find a secret snug filled with floor cushions and a flat screen TV, the perfect space for the teens to enjoy.
The garden, to the rear of the property features a large set of outdoor furniture, perfect for those long summer evenings of al fresco dining.
This truly beautiful property is not to be missed if you are looking for a modern take on a traditional cottage.
If you’re looking for a relaxing break, you’ll get the best of both worlds when staying at Egton. This quaint village is perfect for walks and picnics. Head to Egton Bridge, Arncliffe Woods or the river where you can head over small stepping stones to the wooded island. If you’re looking to eat out or enjoy a quiet drink, there are two public houses in Egton - the Wheatsheaf and the Horseshoe.
Egton is located just six miles from the seaside town of Whitby on the North Yorkshire coast. Popular for its Blue Flag West Cliff beach and promenade, the whole family can enjoy a day on the golden sands. Head to Pier Road, you’ll find fun arcades and plenty of fish restaurants where you can sample the catch of the day.
The other side of Whitby is full of narrow, medieval streets dotted with boutiques and pubs. Climb the famous 199 steps up to the Church of Saint Mary. You can also discover the renowned ruined Whitby Abbey, which was the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s gothic novel ‘Dracula’.
Northern Rail operates a train from Egton to Whitby 5 times a day. Tickets cost £3 - £7 and the journey takes 22 min. Alternatively, Arriva North East operates a bus from Egton Bridge, Egton Manor to Whitby, St Hildas Terrace 3 times a day, and the journey takes 40 min.
By car the journey from Egton to Whitby takes approximately 12 minutes along the A171.
Whitby train station is in the centre of Whitby so villages and towns along the North Yorkshire coast can easily be reached via rail.
- Free parking on premises
- Cable TV
- Indoor fireplace
- Bed linens
- Carbon monoxide detector
- Children’s dinnerware
- Dishes and silverware
- Family/kid friendly
- Flat smooth pathway to front door
- Free parking on street
- Garden or backyard
- Hair dryer
- Path to entrance lit at night
- Pets allowed
- Patio or balcony
- Private entrance
- Smoking allowed
- Suitable for infants (under 2 years)
- Suitable for children (2-12 years)
- Towels provided
- Wireless Internet
- Smoke detector
- Cleaning Disinfection
- Enhanced cleaning practices
- High touch surfaces disinfected
Guests have access to the full property. The keys to the property are accessed via a secure key safe and full details will be provided shortly before your arrival date.
There is private parking available at the property for up to two vehicles, and there is also additional free parking nearby.
From the guestbook
Amazing house with everything we could need for a short and longer stay.
Comfortable beds lots of fresh towels and the heating and hot water were excellent especially needed in crisp cold January!
We went across the road for evening meal at the pub which was lovely.
Close to some wonderful beaches and seaside towns such as Runswick and Whitby.
lovely location, nice and warm.
could do with a mirror in the top bedroom and more coat pegs and shoe storage downstairs.
Lovely house, tastefully furnished in great location.
Suited our needs. Clean and warm. Good location.
Comfortable beds, plenty of space. High spec. Lovely garden and views
The big beds, the lounge, the kitchen and the fire at night and not forgetting the views.
Very little to moan about. Could do with some blinds for the bedroom in the loft, had to improvise but that is really it.
We booked the house for the family celebration of our 50th/Golden Wedding. The accommodation was perfect in every way, lovely bedrooms, large lounge and dining room ideal for a family meal. The courtyard/patio was wonderful to sit in for early evening drinks in the sun and the large garden was a lovely surprise with views to the moors. On the Saturday, we ate dinner across the road at The Wheatsheaf - super food, drink and very friendly staff - vital to book a table at the weekend.
The quality fixtures & fittings, very comfortable beds and great location.
Toilet seat was not attached to the toilet, used tissues in bedroom vase, cobwebs hanging from ceiling in the kitchen, bin bags were overflowing in garden bins, needs a little attention to detail
Lovely house, fantastic loft conversation, great sized rooms and really nice garden. Great location in the village next to 2 pubs and easy reach of the main road to Whitby etc
Not very clean. Lots of dust on hard floor in bathroom, carpets hadn’t been hoovered in bedroom, marks and stains on sofa and living room carpet. A lot of rubbish outside in and around the bins, which had presumably been left by other guests but was covered in flies as though it had been there some time. Strange set up with the tv, couldn’t get it to do anything except play Netflix (despite reading instructions)
10am check out is too early considering the price paid
This place is a great place to stay as it has a great location right opposite two lovely pubs and close to a station that can take you to other little villages or straight into Whitby. However, it was easy enough to get a taxi into Whitby if you would prefer. The house had everything you would need and there was plenty of space. The pictures were accurate and it was a lovely place to stay. They were also very helpful and quick to reply if you had any problems. We would definitely stay again.
Beautiful place to stay, we are already planning our next trip.
Really lovely cottage for a holiday! Great layout and everything we needed for a family and grandparents! Location is great, nice and quiet and having the nice big garden for the kids to run around and say hello to the sheep was a treat. Comfy beds and great showers (very important to us)! Good communication from the hosts too. Would definitely love to return!
Excellent location, opposite lovely pub. Plenty of space at property, well equipped.
Needs a little tlc to non opening windows and leaking radiator
Overall we felt this was a nice family cottage with nicely designed and equipped kitchen, dining room and lounge. It’s location in Egton village is perfect as opposite two pubs. The TV snug room on the 3rd floor is a great feature. Off road parking for two cars at the front door a bonus. The newly fitted kitchen was well equipped and all the appliances worked well. The Wi-Fi and TV worked extremely perfectly.
The 3rd floor bedroom is accessed through the en-suite and the restricted headroom in the bedroom needing care whilst walking around.
The lack of advertised BBQ although the agent did reimburse cost of disposable ones during our stay.
Arriving to find both rubbish bins full.
Thank you the house was just as the photos and very spacious. Very friendly pub across the road and the food was good. We would love to visit again if we come this way.
Great place to stay in a lovely location. Would recommend to anybody looking to stay near Whitby or North Yorkshire. You’ll come away wanting to live there.
Beautiful house, very comfortable beds and sofa, well kitted out and lovely garden. Photos don’t do it justice.
Beautiful property in a fantastic location for a family weekend away with children and grandchildren
Good size property
The heating didn't work and was not sorted when told it would be done.
Exactly as per photos, very comfortable and excellent location. We will definately be back here again.
Lovely house in a great location. The pub over the road is a great bonus. Very quiet village, not far from whitby. Would definately recommend.
Great place and great communication.
Business stay during COVID lockdown so can't comment on the convenience of the location, but this is a beautiful part of the world and was perfect for working in Glaisdale. A good base for those wishing to explore the Esk Valley and beyond and not far from local attractions in Whitby.
Spotlessly clean and great underfloor heating in the dining room/kitchen and central heating all round to keep at bay all that the British weather throw at us for the 2 weeks we were there.
Didn't get the chance to use the outdoor space, but courtyard provides a good private outdoor space with decent garden to the rear.
All in all a pleasant stay, and if I was stopping in the area for leisure would happily stay again.
Fabulous quality, stunning cottage & beautiful surroundings. Fabulous family memories made following a Heartbreaking year for us a family. Would definitely book again.
Sofa was a little low for a couple of us but managed to lay & watch telly with the kids.
Everything else fab quality no complaints to be fair.
Lovely cottage, very stylish and spacious in a great village location a stones throw away from Whitby. Shout out to The Witching Post pub opposite for fantastic take out fish and chips!
This is a beautify property in a great location. The property has been recently renovated with the odd teething problem which was taken care of by the hosts.
We look forward to returning to the property again.
It is very modern. Even the hob was with induction! All furniture is high standard and everything very convinient.
Fabulous holiday home, well equipped and very comfortable for 6 adults. Excellently positioned for exploring the North Yorkshire moors and Whitby. We would strongly recommend The Wheatsheaf pub opposite, food was excellent.
Really nice little village and the accomodation is a great size for a couple of families. THere is also a nice little garden out the back with a view over fields with horses. Would definately stay again, just need the weather next time!
Fantastic accommodation and location
A really lovely place to stay, everything you need for a relaxing and comfortable break, the garden is a real surprise with stunning views across the North York Moors, just wonderful. We will be back??
Very clean and all you need was in the property.
Needed to be cleaned under the beds. Some infomation regarding local sights. Came across the syeam railway by chance which was only 5 mins from the property.
Arncliffe View is located in a quiet, rural village so if it's busy city style break you're looking for, this property isn't for you.
The house has three floors so you will need to climb stairs throughout your stay.
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