Rose Cottage in Sneaton is a delightful stone cottage in a rural hamlet near Whitby. Over two hundred years old, it has a beautiful garden and a modern interior.
The cottage is perfect for couples or families travelling with their pooch. A local pub is across the road serving excellent food and the local farm’s ice cream is popular with guests.
The ideal base for enjoying the countryside and beaches of the Yorkshire Coast.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Pub Within 1 Mile
About Rose Cottage 1
Rose Cottage in Sneaton has an open plan kitchen/dining and living area which looks out onto the cottage’s beautiful garden.
With garden furniture and a barbecue and plenty of space for your canine friend to run around, the cottage is a favourite for dog owners visiting the Whitby area.
A welcome pack awaits at the cottage which has a double bedroom, a twin bedroom and a house bathroom with tub and shower.
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Things To Do in Sneaton, Whitby
Ten minutes’ drive from the cottage is the historical seaside town of Whitby. The town’s harbour is home to small fishing boats and the RNLI Whitby station which has two lifeboats and 36 awards for gallantry.
The lifeboat house has been saving lives for over 200 years and is a great place to visit for boat fans. The most obvious must-visit in Whitby is the abbey, a gothic abbey dating back over 1,500 years. The inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula, dogs are welcome to explore its ruins with their owners.
Whitby is home to some fantastic fish and chips shops and pubs, perfect for lunch after a morning wandering around its independent shops and marvelling at the unique items for sale. St. Mary’s, the town’s parish church, was founded in the 12th century but most of what can be seen there today dates back to the 18th century when further constructions were made. Like the abbey, the church’s graveyard served as inspiration for Dracula and has fantastic views out over the town and sea.
Fans of the great outdoors should head to the River Esk for walks along its riverbanks. The Esk Valley was the location for the TV series Heartbeat and is an excellent choice for those who enjoy walking with their dog. The villages of Goathland and Grosmont have local pubs serving excellent food in a picturesque environment and are perfect starting points for walks in the North York Moors or for taking a steam train on the North Yorkshire Moors Line.
Take the train to Pickering to visit its medieval castle or to shop for local food and produce at the town’s market. St Peter and St Paul’s church in the town has 15th century wall paintings which are renowned for their historic significance across the world. The award-wining Beck Isle Museum brings the Victorian period to life, with period shops, a pub and work areas such as a Victorian printer’s workshop and a chemist.
Rose Cottage is ideally located for couples and families travelling with their canine friend to explore the North York Moors and the quaint seaside towns along this historical coast.
The cottage’s open plan living room with kitchen is the perfect place to prepare food together. The garden has a seating area for meals in the sunshine and is a fantastic size for both kids and your pooch to run around. Enjoy lunch at the local pub and a delicious ice cream from the farm just down the road.
Explore the cobbled streets of Whitby and treat yourself to some antique jewellery or something brand new at one of Whitby’s family-run jet jewellery shops. Take a day trip by steam train to Pickering to shop at the town’s market and see what life was like in the Victorian era in this popular Yorkshire market town.
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