Clean, well-appointed barn conversion on the edge of Glaisdale village with private off-road parking. All essentials provided. TV had satellite channels, which was useful, however mobile phone reception in the area is variable.
A good base for touring the coast and moors. Be aware if exploring the local attractions on foot that the country roads do not always have footpaths.
Well planned layout with spacious living area and separate bathroom attached to each bedroom.
Warm, welcoming, well maintained and very clean and comfortable cottage. Modern furnishings, comfortable beds with good quality bedding and well equipped kitchen. Having two bathrooms is a real bonus. Plenty of parking and the cottage is in a beautiful location with a wonderful view from the lounge/dining area. This is one of the best cottages we have ever stayed in across the UK.
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Just back from a five night stay at Lanes Barn. We had to search for a property with bedroom and toilet on the ground floor (88 year old mum). There were two steps but a rail made them OK .
The place has been finished to a high standard, very clean and hey a dish washer. No washing up for me.
Plenty of interest in the field at the back, sheep, two miniature pigs, small horse, hens and ducks. The sheep looked ready to lamb unfortunately not before we left.
Perfect spot for exploring the North Yorkshire moors and coast.
Would love to go again soon.
Really stunning barn conversion. Very tastefully decorated. Lots of useful storage and everything you might need. Parking very spacious and safe. The area is stunning with great views. The owners are very friendly and close by if there are any problems. Quite a walk to the village but not a problem as we had our car.
Lovely little cottage on the edge of Glaisdale. Absolutely spotless and very comfortable. 10 miles from Whitby, the village is on the Pickering to Whitby railway line, though the station is at the other end of the village, like the pub, and a bit of a hike away; a small general store and a butcher are slightly closer, but still a fair walk away and all uphill on the way back. Glaisdale is tucked away in the winding, hilly roads leading to the moors and every time you go anywhere you end up on little roads with fabulous views, and in the middle of great walking country. Handy for Whitby, Scarborough, Pickering, beautiful Riveaulx Abbey, Hutton le Hole, Flamborough Head, and any number of pretty little villages. Close enough to visit York and Harrogate too. Don't miss Saltburn if you want a sandy beach with somewhere to eat but a minimum of expensive commercial distractions. There's a great park there too with a little train and excellent kids' play areas.
My only small niggle was that the views from the garden and living room were limited because of some sort of animal shelter that formed the back wall of the garden. On the plus side there were sheep, pigs, hens and ducks in the field at the back which would amuse kids. All in all a near perfect place to stay if you want peace and quiet within easy reach of plenty of interesting places.