Beautiful Self Catering Accommodation on the North Yorkshire Coast
The Cottage and Surrounding Area
Rhuss Cottage is an attractive stone built cottage which has been developed as a holiday cottage designed to accommodate 5 persons and a baby. The Cottage dates back to the 17th Century and is a Grade II listed building within the heart of the North York Moors National Park. The cottage has been used for holidays since 1984 and many visitors have returned time and time again.
Rhuss Cottage is set back from the High Street in a sheltered, south facing position. It has its own enclosed garden to the front and a small enclosed, very private patio with furniture to the rear. Your car should be parked on Rhuss Cottage's private hardstanding in front of the cottage.
The cottage is within walking distance of the beach at Runswick Bay, which is a particularly pretty part of the Heritage Coastline. Runswick Bay is much quieter than Sandsend and very suitable for sandcastles and bucket and spade activities. Hinderwell is 6 miles from Sandsend which is renowned for its long beach and spectacular high tides which crash onto the main road though the village.
Rhuss Cottage is an ideal location for touring the area being only eight miles from Whitby with it's cliff top Abbey and being the home port of Captain James Cook. Closer to home are the pretty and smaller fishing villages of Runswick Bay (1 mile), Staithes (2 miles) and Port Mulgrave (1 mile). Port Mulgrave is a lovely quiet place with its own tiny harbour and beach. It is also one of the richest sources of fossils in the country. We have visitors who come from as far as Germany to collect them.
Walkers will find themselves spoilt for choice with the range of way-marked walks including the Cleveland Way close by. Hinderwell is also ideally placed to tour not only the Heritage Coast but also the rural hinterland including the North Yorks Moors National Park area. Goathland, the scenic village of ITV's "Heartbeat" series, is less than 30 minutes away.
Hinderwell is a small village but well supplied with shops and amenities; these include: Post Office/Grocer, butcher, hairdresser, doctors surgery. The Badger Hounds and Brown Cow Inns both serve food and welcome children. There is also a children's play area, tennis courts and telephone kiosk.
Mobile phones sometime struggle to get reception in rural areas.
Hinderwell is on the main Middlesbrough to Whitby bus route.
|A front entrance lounge leads to the lounge with original open beamed ceiling. Fireplace with electric fire. There is a colour TV, DVD player. A supply of tourist information brochures to read and all the usual comforts of home.||The fitted oak kitchen includes electric cooker with ceramic hob, microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge with freezer compartment, automatic washing machine, iron and ironing board, crockery and cutlery, dining table & chairs.|
|The door opens out onto the paved patio area.||Bathroom: (adjacent to kitchen). There is a newly fitted bath, toilet, electric shower, vanity unit and shaver socket.|
Double bed with room for an additional single Bed or cot. Views out to the High Street
|The rear bedroom has two single beds. And over looks the patio. All bed linen is provided free of charge.|