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House / 5 bedrooms / sleeps 10
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House / 5 bedrooms / sleeps 10
Sandsend Pavilion offers stylish comfortable accommodation for up to 10 people in 5 double bedrooms (3 doubles and 2 twin rooms) all with sea views and with 3 ensuite shower rooms and a further 2 bath/shower rooms. 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 two ground floor bedrooms, one with its own specially designed wetroom suitable for disabled as well as able-bodied guests the Pavilion is the perfect large holiday house whether you're celebrating a family get-together, birthday or friends' reunion. The house also has the benefit of up to 4 dedicated parking places, 2 freeview TVs and broadband access with all power and fuel included and towels supplied. One well behaved dog welcome by prior arrangement (small charge).
|Size||Sleeps up to 10, 5 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Sandsend 100 m|
|Access||Car advised, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest railway: Whitby|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms, 3 En suites and 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (3), Single beds (4), Cots (2), Dining seats for 10, Lounge seats for 10|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Parking, Wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
Five Double Bedrooms
Bedroom 1 (Ground floor - garden/seaview): Kingsize bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers, large ensuite wetroom/wc (suitable for disabled use)
Bedroom 2 (Ground floor - garden/seaview): Kingsize bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers, shower room/wc immediately across hall
Bedroom 3 (First floor - garden/seaview): Kingsize bed, wardrobe/chest of drawers, 32" flatscreen freeview TV, ensuite shower room/wc
Bedroom 4 (First floor - garden/seaview) - Twin beds, wardrobe/chest of drawers, bathroom/wc across landing
Bedroom 5 (First floor separately accessed via stairs in kitchen - garden/seaview) - Twin beds, wardrobe outside room, ensuite shower room/wc
Fully fitted kitchen with gas hob, double electric oven, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, wine chiller, kettle, 4 slice toaster
Large table with chairs for 10 people
Washer/Dryer, additional fridge/freezer, ironing board, hoover etc
Contemporary lounge with comfortable seating for 10, 40" Flatscreen freeview TV (satellite), DVD player, PS2
Payphone, small library of books, videos, outdoor games
* Parking for 3-4 cars - ramp suitable for wheelchair access from parking to garden path
* All fuel and power included
* Bedlinen and towels supplied (please bring own beach towels)
* No smoking
* One well behaved dog by prior arrangement (additional charge of £20 per booking)
* 2 cots/highchairs available on request (travel cot - please supply own bedding)
* Wireless broadband included
* Large lawned garden with large table and chairs and barbeque
* Payphone provided - number supplied to you on booking (NB: Sandsend has poor mobile reception for most mobile phones - a good signal is available on approach to Whitby)
|Further details outdoors|
Large garden with sea views suitable for childrens' games. Large patio with table and chairs for 10 and barbeque.
About this location
The Yorkshire region
North Yorkshire has many attractions which make it a wonderful destination for the discerning holidaymaker. With roughly 40% of the county covered by the National Parks of the North Yorkshire Moors and the Yorkshire Dales it is an area of outstanding natural beauty with Sandsend itself just North of the fascinating fishing port of Whitby and the very old smugglers' village of Robin Hoods Bay. Further down the coast is the elegant seaside resort of Scarborough..
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." Sandsend Beach is also a popular destination for surfers with the village having its own surf school for any aspiring beginners.
The village is served by a local shop, Sandsend Stores, and Tides Beach Shop (with surf school) (email: email@example.com; ). There are also excellent restaurants (such as Estbek House with its award winning restaurant and extensive fine wine selection, www.estbekhouse.co.uk), The Hart Inn which is a traditional pub with good food, teashops and an art gallery.
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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14 Jan 2015
We had a wonderful weekend with our friends at The Pavilion. It was a little tricky to find in the dark but we were pleasantly surprised on arrival. This place is very well equipped and the owners hav… More
14 Jan 2015
When I heard that a week-end had been arranged for a " friends reunion"..and that 10 of us plus a big dog...were going to be in one house...I was nervous.I needn't have been...The house… More
13 Jan 2015
"Fabulous Week End"
From the moment we arrived we absolutely loved it, the attention to detail was first class. We really did have a lovely weekend as we caught up with friends who live down south. The Pavilion is a … More
12 Jan 2015
Just returned from a 'holiday gang' reunion for 10 + 1 dog, what a great place to stay, so comfortable, loads of space, nicely planned out house, modern, clean and well kitted out. Lovely be… More
29 Sep 2014
"Very enjoyable stay"
The Pavillion is a great place to stay for extended families or large groups of friends. I had both during my stay and it really worked largely due to the configuration of the bedrooms which give you … More
10 Aug 2014
"A lovely, well-equipped house in a stunning location."
We had a most enjoyable holiday in this large, well equipped house. There was plenty of crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils, the soft furnishings were attractive - it helped that they were in my fa… More
15 Jul 2014
"A large, comfortable & well-equipped property with plenty of space for all the famly."
We were delighted with our stay at the Pavilion. It had previously been a tennis pavilion, hence the name, and came with a large, enclosed front garden, facing the sea and a great space for children to run around and for outdoor games, plus a patio with a large outdoor garden table and chairs. There is a shared gravel drive leading to the property with reserved parking for 3-4 cars and is a great bonus not to having to pay for a car park or search for street parking. Unfortunately the steepish ramp from the driveway up to the cottage gate required a bit of effort with a pushchair and I imagine could be more of a struggle for someone in a wheelchair or with walking difficulties. This is in addition to walking up the hill to the cottage from the beach/Sandsend, albeit only a 3-4 min walk.
There are three double bedrooms, two on the ground floor, plus a double and two twin bedrooms upstairs. The twin bedded rooms seem slightly smaller and combined with the sloping ceiling, probably best suit younger members of the family. We all commented on how particularly comfortable the beds are. The great bonus is five bathrooms, one is a wet room and one has a bath, so ample facilities for a large group! However, we found the wash-hand basin in the wet room a bit on the small side. There is a modern kitchen which is very well equipped for cooking family meals with plenty of pans, crockery and utensils – even two fridges! There is a flat screen tv in the living room and plenty of comfortable seating. Other nice touches include provision of free wifi, board games, books, childrens toys, cds/dvds and outdoor games.
Sandsend is quiet and quaint, with sandy beach which is safe for children. We ate at the pub and bistro both of which provided good food at reasonable prices. Whitby is less than10 mins away by car or you can catch the bus from the village which runs every half hour.
All in all, we had a wonderful stay. I can recommend the Pavillion for a very comfortable stay.
10 Jun 2014
"The house excelled in all areas! Defiantly recommend."
We stayed at the pavilion in June 2014 for a special family celebration, the house excelled all our expectations! The house is equipped with everything you could think of and more. All the rooms are j… More
26 May 2014
"BIG is good"
I am not going to repeat what everyone else has said. It is large with more than sufficient space spread over 5 bedrooms a 5 bathrooms.Two little problems to be aware of ;One of the bathrooms wc downs… More
19 May 2014
"Wonderful - best stay ever"
Fantastic house. We were a family with 3 couples and 4 children, so the accommodation suited us down to the ground, with 3 double (king) rooms and 2 twin rooms for the children. Has everything you cou… More
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