Look no further than Jackobob cottage (near Flamborough Head) for stunning views and an escape to the wild beauty of the Yorkshire coast...
Resting on the cliff top overlooking Thornwick Bay and a breathtaking sea view, this 1930s white-wood detached holiday cottage has visitors in awe of the magnificent, raw beauty of the Yorkshire coastline. You can cook, dine, or relax with a cup of tea, looking out over miles of coastal scenery. Or you can wake up to a panorama of ocean from the upstairs bedroom. Decorated and equipped to a good standard, Jackobob is a perfect base for a fantastic holiday. You can walk stright onto the clifftop from the front door. You are only 2 miles from the renowned Royal Society for the Protection of Birds Sanctuary at Bempton. Alternatively, you can watch the puffins, razorbills, gannets and short-eared owls from the comfort of your living room – quite simply Jackobob is one of the best sea bird watching cottages in England. There are also two golf courses in the area and the attractions of the glorious resort of Bridlington are only three miles away. Shops are a pleasantt 1/2 mile walk, the Viking pub is 500 yards away and there are several restaurants within a mile in Flamborough and towards North Landing.
Ground floor: Living/dining room with French doors. Kitchen. 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet. Laminate floors throughout. First floor: 1 double bedroom with sloping ceiling. Separate toilet with sloping ceiling.
Multi-fuel stove in living/dining room inc. Solid fuel CH, electric radiators for winter, bed linen and towels inc. T/cot. DVD and small library. Electric cooker. M/wave. Washer/dryer. Enclosed garden with furniture. Ample parking. No smoking. The property is kept spotlessly clean and maintained by Lorraine and Steve who live locally and provide support with any problems.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Thornwick Bay 300 m|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest railway: Bridlington|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 7|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden|
Flamborough is on the ancient east Yorkshire coast and provides probably the most beautiful location for walks, birdwatching and seaviews in the whole county.
Close by is
1. The fabulous Bridlington Bay and resort with many traditional seaside entertainments, a fair and speedboats.
2. Bempton bird sanctuary with every kind of seabird - gannets, oystercatchers, puffins, razorbills, cormorants, shags, gulls and , on the clifftops, short-eared owls, kestrels and eagles.
3. Lovely homes and gardens at Burton Agnes, Sewerby Hall and Sledmere House.
4. The artistic home of David Hockney.
5. The cafes and shops of Old Bridlington.
6. 15 miles from Scarborough.
Resting on the cliff top looking over Thornwick bay and an endless sea view, this 1930s white-wood detached holiday cottage has visitors amazed by the magnificent, natural, raw beauty of the Yorkshire coastline. You can cook, dine or relax with a cup of tea looking out over miles of coastal scenery and wake up to a panoramic oceanic landscape from the upstairs bedroom. Decorated and equipped to a good standard, it is a perfect base for a fantastic holiday. Spectacular cliff walking from the door as you are only 2 miles from the renowned Royal Society for the Protection of Birds Sanctuary of Bempton. Alternatively, you can watch the puffins, razorbills, gannets and short-eared owls from the comfort of your living room – this is quite simply one of the best sea bird watching cottages in England. There are two golf courses in the area and the attractions of Bridlington are three miles away. Shop 1/2 mile, pub 750 yards and several restaurants within a mile.
Logs and coal are there for the fire if you need (there is more outside in the coal bunker). There are electric heaters which you can use. Towels and linen are there and the beds will be made up. Take binoculars if you have any as you can bird watch from the house.
The television works but if you don't want interference you have to turn your mobile phones off.
There are cards and jigsaws.
There is a Co-op shop in Flamborough village. In Bridlington there is a big Morrisons and a Tescos.
The fish and chip shop in the village is pretty good. There is a good fish and chip shop in Sewerby which is a little village on the way back to Brid. The award winning fish and chip shop which was in the Observer is called 149 and is at 149 Marton Road, Bridlington (it has a web site) .The Rose and Crown in the village does nice pub food. If you go back down Marton Road out of the village there is a farm shop in Marton Farm Cottages that has a cafe which does nice food and a little farm shop that has nice veg, jam, meat milk and its own rape seed oil Wold Gold which is delicious.
If you go back along the road towards Flamborough villege there is a house where in the season they have a sign outside saying crabs and sea food. A fisherman has converted his garage into a fish shop and they dress their own crabs there which are delicious.
The pub on the cliffs by North Landing which looks like it might be a cafe is supposed to be good for a pint and a game of pool
There is a little walk to Thornwick Bay beach which you can see from the house. The walk down is quite steep, or you can just walk to the cafe.
If you get onto the coastal path going north (or you can drive) you get to Bempton RSPB cliffs where there is a little shop and hopefully lots of birds.
Turn right along the cliff and you get to North Landing beach which is the nicest one to go swimming from. Go further on and there is a nice walk to the lighthouse.
You can follow this path all the way to Bridlington going through Danes Dyke which has loos and you can buy a drink at the kiosk.
If you don't want to walk quite so far you can drive to South Landing sculpture park where the village have created a short circular walk with some lovely views on a really easy path. You can sometimes see whales or dolphins from the cliffs apparently.