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Curlew Cottage - Goathland

| Goathland, North Yorkshire
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4
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Dogs allowed 2
Internet access
Open fire / woodburner
Games / Play facilities
Pub within 1 mile
Shop within 1 mile
Groups of houses
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Beach houses
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At a glance

  • Set down a quiet gated lane in the picturesque village of Goathland
  • Located within the North York Moors National Park
  • Meander the paths of the private estate, home to over 80 species of birds and the wonderful Roe Deer
  • Charming cottage sleeping eight across 4 bedrooms
  • Handful of tea rooms, quaint village shops, and pubs within walking distance
  • Visit the preserved heritage train station, featured in the Harry Potter films as Hogsmeade station
Property code: G0042

Generous accommodation located within the North York Moors National Park offering panoramic views of the rolling countryside from its spacious, homely interior; perfectly situated to discover a whole host of attractions.

This stunning, picture-postcard cottage is set in the scenic village of Goathland, in the heart of the spectacular North Yorkshire Moors. Spacious yet cosy inside, the cottage sleeps eight people across four beautiful bedrooms, with stunning views all around, making it the ideal rural retreat for a large family or group of friends.

 

The welcoming lounge, with plenty of soft leather sofas to curl up on, is a wonderful space in which to relax and socialise. Light up the wood burner in the evening and enjoy some good conversation over a bottle of wine, or dim the lights and watch a film together. Enjoy a leisurely coffee at the breakfast bar in the bright, country kitchen, with its decorative wall tiles and a warming Aga. The dining area sits just next to the kitchen and enjoys the benefit of plenty of natural light and has lovely views to the garden outside. The spacious games room – ideal for entertaining kids of all ages – has a large sofa, a wall-mounted TV, a pool table and table tennis. Upstairs, the master king-size bedroom is charming, with a sloping ceiling and stunning countryside views. The en-suite bathroom has a spacious walk-in shower, perfect for an invigorating start to your day. There are also two pretty twin bedrooms on this floor. On the top floor you will find the extremely spacious family bathroom, with both a bath and a walk-in shower, and also a quirky and cosy double bedroom, where you can lie in bed and gaze up at the stars through the window above.

The beautiful south-facing garden has a lawn area, perfect for stretching out with a blanket and a good book in the summer months. There's also a terrace for al-fresco dining and a BBQ house which is useable throughout the year. Lockable storage for bikes is available, and if you haven't brought your own, there are mountain and road bikes available that you can hire during your stay. Extra wellies are provided too if you fancy a hike without ruining your best boots.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 4 bedrooms: 1 king-size, 1 double and two twins
  • 1 family bathroom, and 2 en-suite shower rooms
  • Off-road parking for up to 3 cars
  • Shop and pub within half a mile
  • 2 dogs welcome (must be crated at night)
  • LCD TV
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Lockable outdoor storage for bikes
  • Option to hire mountain and road bikes during your stay
  • Extra wellies provided for long walks
  • Outside seating area, BBQ house and garden
  • Private estate with endless walking trails
  • Kitchen: oven, hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washer/dryer
  • For those special occasions, and subject to advance booking, the owners offer a bespoke dining service with a Cordon Bleu trained chef and interesting wine list

The picturesque village of Goathland has a village shop and pub within half a mile. Step back in time at Goathland station, one of several stops on the superb North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Take a ride behind one of these magnificent engines as they steam their way through the dramatic hillsides of the moors. For a day at the coast head to Whitby (9 miles); explore the town's sea-going past with a visit to the Captain Cook Museum or walk up to the impressive ruined abbey and soak up the views. Take the scenic drive up to Danby in the heart of the moors and visit the North Yorkshire Moors Visitor Centre, where you can learn more about the national park and enjoy a range of outdoor activities.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 17 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.9
Overall equipment
4.8
Overall comfort
4.8
Overall location
4.7

Reviewed by Paul, 13th July 2020

Lovely cottage in a beautiful location, Everything that you need is there, nice little welcome pack, nice to see lots of measures in place to help deal with Covid 19. Excellent place for walkers and bikers, No phone signal so if you really want to get away from it, this is a great place.

Reviewed by Tracey , 6th March 2020

Fantastic property, beautiful surroundings, the photos do not do the cottage justice. Would highly recommend will certainly be booking a return visit.

Reviewed by Craig, 14th February 2020

Fantastic cottage in a beautiful location. He specs throughout. Would recommend wholeheartedly.

Reviewed by Susan, 15th November 2019

This was our second visit. That says it all. Fantastic property, super comfy beds, everything we needed. Waiting for an occasion to stay here again!

Reviewed by Rachel, 28th October 2019

Beautiful house in a great location, really well equipped and felt incredibly cosy with the open fire and Aga. Fantastic games room for the children with a pool table and television. Lovely and helpful service provided by the owners who live opposite.

Reviewed by Kerry, 11th October 2019

Reviewed by Sue, 23rd August 2019

Great location in North York Moors. Wide variety of activities within easy reach for all ages. Ideal accommodation for a family holiday.

Reviewed by Pamela, 26th July 2019

Curlew Cottage is everything we could wish for in a holiday home. Extremely clean and well equipped, most comfortable beds, quality toiletries, excellent welcome pack. The addition of a pool/table tennis table was a bonus. Lovely garden and covered bbq. The owners were most welcoming and helpful. Excellent location for steam train, coast and inlandRead more. The childrens response to what was good about the cottage- everything. Hide

Reviewed by Katharine , 8th July 2019

Reviewed by Jill, 28th June 2019

A beautiful, characterful cottage in a wonderful setting. Very well equipped and comfortable. Even with the lovely weather, the games room was much appreciated by all three generations!

Reviewed by Moira, 7th June 2019

Lovely peaceful location, very well equipped cottage, very comfortable beds with good quality linen, would highly recommend.

Reviewed by Sandra, 26th April 2019

Quiet location and comfortable! We had three cars between us and its not easy to manoeuvre them! Overall we enjoyed our 3 night stay! Good location for walking and traveling on North York Moors railway!

Reviewed by Val, 26th February 2019

Would recommend

Reviewed by Sam, 11th September 2018

Really good place to stay there was only one thing I would change. The water pipes made a very load noise whenever the taps were turned on, this was very annoying in the morning or at night with slightly different going to bed/waking up times of our party.

Reviewed by Janet, 3rd September 2018

Great cottage, plenty of space. Nice garden. Owners are very friendly. High standaard throughout. Nice peaceful village setting.

Reviewed by Karen, 12th August 2018

HiThe Cottage was excellent but we were a little let down by the fact that some of the food items you said were provided we did not receive. When we got to the cottage we noticed that there was no jam which I did mention to the owner and she brought a jar immediately but after that we also noticed there were no eggs and also no fruit. Also the lighRead morets around the BBQ area did not work and there was no lighter fuel and as we were having a BBQ it would have added to our nightI know these are little niggles but probably should be checked especially the basket of food. Hide

Reviewed by Confirmed guest, 6th August 2018

Peace and lovely walk all went too quickly

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