Situated in a commanding position with sea and country views. The Cleveland Way passes just 50 yards from the cottage making it a perfect destination for enjoying a walking holiday. There are woodland walks as well as cliff top walks from the door. VIEW THIS MOVIE ON FIREFOX: 360 degree view from The Cleveland way.
The cottage is in the old part of Saltburn which is in the North East of England. There are rockpools to explore near Huntcliff, or you can walk on the 8 miles of golden sand to Marske. There are opportunities to surf or ride horses on the beach. The town of Satburn-by-the-sea, just over a mile away, exudes Victorian charm with it's impressive architecture, the oldest water balanced cliff lift in Britain,a pier and the Valley Gardens.
Saltburn is not the typical commercial seaside town and is a place which attracts a lot of artistic and creative people. In 2011 Saltburn won Silver in The Britain in Bloom competition for the best coastal town category. The town hosts an annual folk festival in August and held it's first comedy festival in 2007. Saltburn also won Pier of the Year 2009.
The cottage makes a good base for exploring The Yorkshire Heritage Coastline of Captain Cook Country. A short drive takes you to the North York Moors National Park, Heartbeat Country, the fishing villages of Whitby, Staithes, Runswick Bay and Robin Hood's Bay. Or you can take a day trip to York or Durham City. Beamish Open Air Museum or Teesdale, where England's highest waterfall (High Force) can be found.