Each holiday home at Scalby Lodge is beautifully furnished and equipped with every mod con. Troutbeck Cottage is perfect for 2 with a large double bedroom, cosy open-plan living space and farmhouse-style kitchen.
And all guests at this site share a games room that has a pool table and a selection of books and DVDs to borrow.
Located just 2 miles north of Scarborough, you could walk along the cliff top to this lively seaside town in about 40 minutes. Scarborough boasts 2 sandy beaches and an esplanade ideal for leisurely strolls in the evening.
Hop in the car and explore the North York Moors, or visit Whitby 30 miles north of Scarborough.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Ground Floor Facilities
Pets - No Charge
About Troutbeck Cottage
This cottage is all on the ground floor and has 1 bedroom with a super-kingsize bed. There are vaulted ceilings in the open-plan living area and the lounge has a wood burner, TV and DVD player. The country-style kitchen comes with a dishwasher, washing machine and microwave, and there is a dining area too. Outside, Troutbeck Cottage has a small seating area with a barbecue. One dog is welcome to stay.
Scalby Lodge is owned by The Queen. There are 15 different holiday homes at this location varying in size from cottages for 2 up to houses sleeping 10 people.
Each home has been finished to an impeccable standard and has a private outdoor seating area. There is a children’s play area that all the properties share as well as a games room with a pool table. A car park provides space for visitors’ cars.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Scarborough
Scalby is just 2 miles north of Scarborough. The Sea Life centre is in this area – a family-friendly attraction where you can learn all about fish and marine animals.
Scalby has a few pubs, shops and takeaways providing just what is needed during a holiday. The Cleveland Way walking route passes along the cliffs at Scalby, an ideal place to walk with your dog and enjoy long sea views.
Scarborough has lots to offer visitors, including a long promenade, 2 sandy beaches, a 12th-century castle and a choice of shops and restaurants.
The harbour lies at the heart of Scarborough where fishermen bring in their catch and leisure vessels come and go. Boat trips are available from here and fish restaurants serve the freshest seafood.
Forge Valley Woods Nature Reserve is on the edge of the North York Moors. With trails to wander along, it’s perfect for a day out in ancient woodlands. The River Derwent is within this reserve where otters, crayfish and kingfishers can be spotted. A picnic area provides the ideal place to eat alfresco, so take a packed lunch with you.
Whitby is 30 miles up the coast, a seaside town with an atmospheric harbour. Whitby was mentioned in Dracula, the well-known novel by Bram Stoker, so links and references to the book and author are everywhere.
A Medieval Abbey stands high on a hill overlooking the town – climb up to this Gothic building a enjoy the dramatic views. The town centre has cobbled streets, independent shops and a choice of eateries.
The North York Moors Railway departs from Whitby, a heritage train line that will take you back in time. Dogs are permitted to ride as a passenger, so the whole family can enjoy this attraction.
Troutbeck Cottage is perfect for a romantic holiday in North Yorkshire.
In the bedroom you’ll find a super-kingsize bed and the living room boasts a wood-burning fire – you’ll be warm and cosy in any season.
The Cleveland Way goes past Scalby Lodge offering miles of walking trails along the side of the sea. And Scarborough is just minutes away with a choice of fun things to do and a huge selection of restaurants and coffee shops.
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