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Honey Bee Cottage, Scarborough, North Yorkshire

Honey Bee Cottage
Hillside Farm
Staintondale

Scarborough
North Yorkshire

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Staintondale is a delightful unspoilt village on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors, yet only half a mile from the coast. Midway between the fishing town of Whitby, with its famous Abbey, and the spa town of Scarborough, with its theatres and entertainment, it is a haven of peace offering the best of both worlds. The Staintondale Shire Horse Farm is just down the road, while there are a network of footpaths and bridleways in the village. A superb base from which to explore the region.

A superb semi-detached property, imaginatively converted from former farm buildings on the owner's farm, in the charming village of Staintondale, half way between Scarborough and Whitby. Sympathetically restored, the property has been decorated and furnished to a high standard and provides comfortable, cosy accommodation of character, boasting exposed timbers and wonderful country and coastal views. There is pony trekking just down the road and Honeybee Cottage makes a great place to relax and explore the many delights of the area, including the coastal towns of Robin Hood's Bay and Whitby. Situated in the National Park there are also numerous walks from the doorstep including the Cleveland Way to name just one. Note: This property adjoins Ref. 1196 and together they can accommodate up to 8 people.

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