Cross Pipes Cottage is a beautiful three bedroom cottage in the unspoilt moorland village of Goathland in the heart of the North York Moors National Park. An adjacent outdoor swimming pool is available to guests during the summer months of July and August, and extensive gardens surround the property. This charming period cottage dates from the 1600s and is brimming with character features including a farmhouse style kitchen with an Aga. The property has magnificent views of the surrounding moorland and an old church is just opposite. The location is perfect for exploring the North York Moors and the nearby Whitby coast. A selection of quality shops and restaurants are available in Goathland village centre and the surrounding area is a real haven for anglers, twitchers and country lovers.
Goathland has featured in Harry Potter films and is the village where the ITV series Heartbeat was set. The village has its own railway station along the North York Moors Steam Railway and is only 7 miles from the classic seaside town of Whitby, winner of UK resort of the year on numerous occasions. A wide choice of small shops, boutiques and restaurants can be found in Whitby alongside the famous Whitby Abbey, inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula, shops selling Whitby jet jewellery and award-winning fish and chip shops.
Three bedrooms, one en-suite and one with a four-poster bed.
Guests have access to the adjacent swimming pool (11m x 3m) in the summer and ample parking on site is available. The cottage is surrounded by large gardens.
Facilities available include a TV with Freeview channels, BT Broadband internet, a DVD, and a barbeque set.
Bed linen is provided, guests should bring their own towels. There are smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors fitted for safety purposes and a fire blanket and fire extinguisher is provided too. A small set of logs for an initial fire is provided thereafter guests will be expected to provide their own logs. Smoking is not permitted inside the cottage. The rental includes heating (excluding logs as noted) and , lighting. Pets are welcome by prior arrangement, a rarety in the locality.
We also have an adjacent charming one bedroom cottage, The Smithy, which may be suitable for couples or a small family. This cottage is also pet friendly by arrangement.
The property is approximately 400 years old and enjoys panoramic views across the North York Moors.
There are numerous sight seeing opportunities around the village of Goathland which were the backdrop for TV series Heartbeat for 18 years. The railway station has been featured in Harry Potter films.
Weekly booking changeover is usually a Saturday to Saturday. Short breaks are available anytime of the year, call Chris Seery on 07973 528324 to discuss your requirements.
Visit our website to read our excellent testimonials with recent comments including:-
"We had a great time at the cottage, it is a beautiful little place. Everybody loved it and they are already talking about booking it for longer next summer".
"I would just like to say what an absolutely lovely time we had in Cross Pipes holiday cottage in Goathland in April this year. The cottage was home from home with everything needed for a great stay" and
"My wife and I have been staying at Cross Pipes for many years and every year we are sad to leave and cant wait to get back. The perfect cottage in the most idyllic setting you could wish for, truly stunning!!! Seery Holidays ensure that everything is perfect and I cant recommend them and the cottage highly enough".
From the North/East follow the A171 Whitby to Middlesbrough moor road, turn left at the roundabout onto A169 through Sleights, up Blue Bank and onto the moors.
Take the right hand turning for Goathland and continue through the village. The cottage is on the right hand side of the road just after the junction for Egton opposite the Church.
From the South/West, follow the A169 Whitby road and approximately 1 mile after passing RAF Fylingdales turn left where signposted Goathland. Follow this road and the properties are situated immediately on the left as you enter the village, opposite the Church on the junction for Egton.