Tucked away just off the centre of the village is 2 Chapel Cottages in Fylingthorpe which leads directly into Robin Hoods Way a leisurely 8 minute walk. This is a building with a history. A charming stone built cottage, formerly a small village chapel but converted to its present use over a hundred years ago. The cottage is very well appointed, with a stylish modern kitchen, but retaining the character of the 1800's. Wesley is reputed to have preached at this chapel a number of times.
A homely lounge with sofas and big squishy cushions a feature gas stove to warm those fingers and toes and dining area. The shaker style kitchen has a fabulous range cooker with integral fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer. Ground floor bathroom. The property has a fabulous king-size bedroom with super king bed, abundance of cushions and over hanging canopy and chaise lounge. The rear bedroom accommodates full size (adult) bunk beds (which children simply love) with views over the rear garden. A truly characterful and charming cottage benefiting from a south facing rear garden. Ample street parking available.
Chapel Cottage is Rated Excellent on Trip Advisor and Flip key, and is child and dog friendly.
Historic Chapel Cottage sleeps 4 and nestles close to Robin Hood’s Bay with walks along the nearby Cleveland Way coastal path.
Chapel Cottage is located 4 miles from Whitby on the Yorkshire heritage coast. The cottage is also very well placed for exploring the North York Moors, with walks in Goathland (Harry Potters Hogwarts Station and Heartbeat country), The Hole of Horcum, Grosmont/Pickering and the North Yorkshire Moors Railway.
The cottage offers a mix of modern luxury and period charm, featuring cosy gas stove and chesterfield sofas with big squishy cushions to curl up into. We offer the highest standards of comfort and design and we ensure our standards of maintenance and housekeeping are of the highest level.
Chapel Cottage comes with:-
* All beds made up with white bed linen/duvets
* Gas & Electricity charges included
* Central Heating
* Complimentary Wi-Fi
* Cleaning materials, kitchen towel, bin liners, dishwasher tablets, tea
* Starter supply of toilet rolls, cream cleaner, dishcloths.
* Welcome pack of tea/coffee etc
* Fresh milk in the fridge for your first cuppa
* Welcome biscuits from the Award winning Bothams bakery (week stays)
* Pet friendly
* Dog bowl
* Highchair (needs to be requested and subject to a charge)
* Travel Cot (needs to be requested and subject to a charge)
* Fully equipped
* Enclosed sunny garden with patio table/chairs
* Direct access to lovely walks to admire the gentle views
* Ample street parking
What’s not included:-
* Cot Bedding
* No other hidden costs!
The Surrounding Area:
Our cottages are extremely well located for visiting all that Yorkshire has to offer without having to drive too far!
There are some wonderful picturesque towns and villages along the Yorkshire Coast to explore including Scarborough, Whitby (legend of Dracula, Whitby Abbey), Robin Hoods Bay and Staithes. The medieval city of York with its famous minster, city walls, Jorvik Viking Centre, National Railway Museum and York Racecourse are within driving distance.
Dalby Forest is a short drive into the National Park. A network of forest roads including the 9 mile Dalby Forest Drive provides access to this outstanding landscape. Formed in the Ice Age and shaped by the people from the Bronze Age to the present day, Dalby is very much a forest worth visiting.
For those looking for culture, why not visit Castle Howard, one of England’s grandest Baroque mansions and gardens. For steam railway enthusiasts, there is the famous North York Moors Railway which winds through the North York Moors National Park.
We are really fortunate to have many wonderful restaurants and pubs within a short drive of the cottages, the nearest to Chapel Cottage (is 54 paces from the front door) The Fylingdales Inn with hand-pulled ales, spirits, fine wines and scrumptious homemade food with a lovely conservatory and large garden complete with children’s play area and a dogs bowl.
Wren and Blackbird Cottage have the lovely local pub CAMRA pub The Plough Inn some 1/4 mile at the top of the hill. A grade 11 listed pub on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors and on the Coast to Coast route. With spectacular views across the Esk Valley from the beer garden at the rear. Beautiful “open fires to toast the toes”, a wide range of home cooked food and three real ales with a guest beer each week. Also dog and child friendly.
Chapel Cottage, 2 Old Church Lane