Palmers – Large Coastal Holiday Home, Yorkshire
The detached Georgian house was built in 1857 for mining entrepreneur, Sir Charles Palmer. It’s where families can converge, sleeping eight guests in four bedrooms – two of which are en suite. The family bedroom has two extra pull-down beds and a Playstation to keep the entertainment flowing.
Whilst there are several steps into Pamler’s, the two ground floor bedrooms – one with a walk-in en suite shower room – are incredibly plush for guests with reduced mobility. If you prefer a long soak, the family bathroom boasts a freestanding copper bath, adding to the amazing décor. The beautiful blend of hard floors throughout make the house practical for dogs too.
Admire a sea view from one of two upstairs bedrooms. Or sashay through the lounge French doors to the half-acre garden and peep over the walls that provide shelter when you want to sit out.
You’ll most likely spend your time socialising at Palmer’s and the bespoke kitchen diner lends itself to group feasting. There’s plenty to please amateur chefs: an electric Aga (plus an extra oven) a huge fridge and tri-fold doors to spill out into the terrace. Those who want a quiet corner have an extra sitting room, with a warming stove or open fire, Freeview and Wi-Fi.
At a Glance
- 2 King size beds (both with en suite)
- 2 Double beds
- 2 Single day beds
- 1 King size sofa bed
- 2 Cot spaces
- 2 Baths
- 3 Showers
- 10 Parking
- Wood burning stove
- Walled garden
- BBQ and garden furniture
- Washing machine
- Freeview TV
- Playstation & DVD player
There is also the option for you to hire a hot tub (for an additional charge) if you wish. Please contact us for further information.
With coastal and countryside surroundings, and parking for 10 cars, you have all the space you’ll need. Scramble down to the beach or hike a couple of miles to Staithes or Runswick Bay. The nearby Cleveland Way National Trail is brilliant for dog walks and youngsters. For good food, we like the Badger and Hounds, a 10-minute stroll, or The Ellerby Hotel and it’s lovely garden.