Beech Cottage in Scalby is perfect for couples who want to enjoy long walks with their four-legged friend along the Scarborough coastline or enjoy the villages and towns of East Yorkshire.
A traditional seaside town, Scarborough is a short distance away, with cafés, gardens and concerts to enjoy.
This end terrace stone cottage is finished to a very high standard with a garden to sit out in and cosy living room to relax in.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Ground Floor Wet Room
Pub Within 1 Mile
Flat Screen TV
About Beech Cottage
The ideal base for exploring the beautiful East Yorkshire coastline, Beech Cottage has a comfortable double bedroom and a house bathroom with freestanding bath tub.
The modern kitchen has a breakfast bar for a quick breakfast before heading out for the day and the garden has an area to sit out in to relax after a busy day exploring.
Stoking up the wood burner on an evening is the perfect way to end to the day.
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Things To Do in Scalby, Nr Scarborough
The town of Scalby has two fantastic dog-friendly pubs, a local shop and is very well connected by bus into Scarborough so you can avoid the hassle and cost of parking in Scarborough and be environmentally friendly all at the same time! The town is just two miles from the seaside town of Scarborough and an easy walk along the coastline with your furry friend from the cottage to Scarborough’s South Bay.
Scarborough has everything you might expect from a traditional British seaside resort, from donkey rides to amusement arcades to rock shops and cafés. Peasholm Park is one of its most famous places to visit. Located in Scarborough’s North Bay, Peasholm Park opened in 1912 and is an oriental themed amusement park. There is a boating lake, bandstand, a Pitch and putt mini golf course and regular open air concerts to enjoy as well as a waterpark.
Scarborough’s main beach welcomes dogs most of the year, except in the height of summer, so check in advance if your four-legged companion can join you for a beach stroll or whether you should stick to the footpath which lines the beach and the famous Marine Drive walk. Visit Scarborough’s RNLI lifeboat house, one of the oldest lifeboat stations still in operation, to see the local lifeboat in position ready for action and to learn why the crew at this station has earnt 35 awards for gallantry.
Dalby Forest, located eight miles from the cottage, is part of the North York Moors National Park and is the place to go for those who want to experience the fresh air of East Yorkshire. There are 13 walking trails with access for all abilities within the forest as well as six cycling trails, four running trails and a café for a well-earned cup of tea and cake. Dogs are welcome at Dalby Forest and there is plenty of room for them to run around off the lead.
Beech Cottage is a fantastic place to stay for those who want to experience Scarborough yet escape to quiet, homely surroundings at the end of the day. This cosy cottage has everything a couple and their dog need to relax after a day out in the Scarborough area, be it curled up with a good book or favourite TV show, or a slow meander to the local dog-friendly pubs.
Whether you choose to dine in the garden or at a local restaurant, the cottage is a cosy retreat to come back to. Scarborough is a fantastic place to visit, no matter what the season, and its beaches are just one of the most popular draws of Yorkshire’s largest holiday destinations.
Further afield, Dalby Forest, Malton, Pickering and Eden Camp at Malton are a few of the best places to visit in the area.
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