Greystones is a charming late 17th Century Grade II Listed house standing on the High Street right in the heart of the historic fishing village of Staithes. It was originally a village inn called the Golden Lion and reputedly a hotbed of smuggling activity - now it is a spacious and characterful holiday get-away where you can self cater in comfort and style.
The accommodation consists of:
3 double bedrooms (with king-size beds and pocket-sprung mattresses).
1 twin bedroom.
1 single bedroom.
Large dining kitchen with a table seating 9 and excellent cooking equipment.
Lounge with open fire and good quality TV/video/DVD/audio equipment, full sky package.
Snug with sofa.
The property has been completely refurbished to a high standard in a fresh contemporary style.
The village of Staithes has three pubs, a great new art gallery, a harbour with a sandy beach, access to clifftop walks on the Cleveland Way and is set in the beautiful North York Moors National Park. It is 11 miles North of the colourful port of Whitby and close to the North York Moors steam railway.
Electricity, and coal included.
Bed linen provided.
Travel cot available.
Pets welcome (£20 per week).
Short term parking is available outside the house for loading and unloading. Long term parking is available 250m from the house.