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Large Sandsend House with sea views (Sleeps 10)

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  1. 10 guests
  2. 5 bedrooms
  3. 7 beds
  4. 5 baths
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Sandsend Pavilion offers stylish accommodation for up to 10 people in 5 double bedrooms (3 doubles, 2 twins) each with sea view with 3 ensuite shower rooms and 2 bath/shower rooms. We have a minimum stay requirement of 3 nights and 7 nights minimum in school holidays when our changeover day is Saturday. We accept one dog (extra charge of £25) - please advise on your booking request. The house is not suitable for stag/hen groups or parties of exclusively young people.

The space
The Pavilion is a great place for a family or friends reunion. The house was formerly the home of Sandsend Tennis Club and with its large sea-facing patio and tennis court size lawn it's easy to imagine its past history. The glorious Sandsend beach stretching 2 miles' to Whitby at low tide is only 100 metres' walk from the house and with several cafes, restaurants and a good pub all in walking distance it makes the perfect destination for a memorable seaside holiday. The house has the benefit of up to 4 dedicated parking places, 2 large flatscreen freeview TVs with a Sky Sports/Entertainment package available in sitting room and broadband access with bedlinen and towels included and all power and fuel supplied. One well behaved dog is welcome by prior arrangement (please mention when requesting to book). The Pavilion has good disabled access with two ground floor bedrooms, one of which has its own large ensuite wetroom designed to be disabled and wheelchair friendly whilst also catering for the able-bodied.

The property is ideally situated in a quiet spot away from the main road but close to the beach and all facilities. With glorious coastal walks and the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and Cleveland Way close at hand The Pavilion is the perfect base for a walking holiday but also works incredibly well for large groups of friends or family wanting to holiday together or celebrate a birthday/special occasion in style. Not suitable for stag/hen parties or parties of exclusively young peopl (under 25). No smoking.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
1 king bed
Bedroom 3
1 king bed

What this place offers

Sea view
Beach access
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Pack ’n play/Travel crib

Where you’ll be

Sandsend, Whitby, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Located at the foot of Lythe bank Sandsend is a picturesque village with cottages set against a backdrop of cliffs and two meandering streams which lead to the sandy beach.

The beach featured as one of Britain's 20 best beaches by Telegraph Travel in July 2011, Sandsend beach is "Set against a backdrop of grassy cliffs, where the wide sweep of beach from Whitby ends, this stretch is quieter and prettier than its famous neighbour. Children play in the little becks that flow across the sand and ducks waddle across the green in charming Sandsend village. This is a great place for fossil hunting at low tide."

The village is served by a local shop, Sandsend Stores, and Tides Beach Shop (with surf school). There are also excellent restaurants (such as Estbek House with its award winning restaurant and extensive fine wine selection, Bridge Cottage Bistro and The Hart Inn which is a traditional pub with good food and 3 delightful cafes.

About 2 miles to the south is the historic fishing town of Whitby: dominated by the cliff top ruins of its 13th century Abbey and famous for its connections with Captain Cook and Dracula. There are many good restaurants there and numerous very good fish and chips shops including the celebrated Magpie Cafe. There is a good golf course on the cliffs between Sandsend and Whitby. Further to the south is Robin Hoods Bay and the lovely Victorian seaside town of Scarborough (home to the Stephen Joseph Theatre where Alan Ayckbourn premieres all his plays).

A visit to the area would not be complete without a trip to the North Yorkshire Moors (the spectacular scenery was recently featured on Richard Wilson's 'Great British Drives' programme). The NYMR steam railway operates between Whitby and Pickering taking in some tremendous scenery which featured in the popular television series "Heartbeat" and the James Herriot books.

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