This 3 Star award winning self-catering family run cottage is located in the beautiful Victorian seaside resort of Saltburn By The Sea, but with the added advantage of being adjacent to countryside.
Jasmine Cottage is an excellent base for those who enjoy the outdoors, and within a short walking distance you can be on the beautiful unspoiled beach.
The small town centre offers a good selection of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. Saltburn By The Sea has a good community infrastructure, and regular events held within locations such as the Valley Gardens, Beach, Community Centre and Esplanade, can be extremely entertaining.
Within a five minute walk from Jasmine Cottage, the railway station provides regular services to the neighbouring seaside resort of Redcar, and onto Middlesbrough and Darlington which both offer excellent shopping facilities and rail links to other interesting locations such as York and Whitby.
Jasmine Cottage is well equipped with all of the modern conveniences you would expect to make your stay pleasant. The well equipped kitchen, comfortable bedrooms, and externally, the gardens, are designed for your enjoyment.
The Beach is only ten minutes walking distance from the cottage, and it is becoming a popular centre for surfing. Local boat fishermen can often be found selling their freshly caught fish, crabs and lobsters straight from the boat, and for anybody wanting to try a hand at fishing, the recently restored Saltburn Pier is an excellent vantage point to cast away.
If you want to make Jasmine Cottage a base for daily outings then you are well placed for coastal and country locations such as historic Whitby, Pickering and York, and of course there's the famous North Yorkshire Moors along with its many quaint and charming villages, and of course the delightful Heartbeat Country.
Once that you have experienced the comfort and convenience that Jasmine Cottage offers, we think that you'll want to return time and time again.
Saltburn by the Sea has maintained much of its original charm as a Victorian seaside resort, including its pier, the colourful Italian Gardens and walks through Riftswood.
Saltburn has the oldest water balanced cliff tramway in Britain that is still in operation, linking the town with the pier 120 feet below. You can park at sea level, where the old fishing village straddles Skelton Beck. The Ship Inn remains as a focal point, steeped in smuggling folklore.
The Cleveland Way passes through Saltburn, on its way along the coastline, and follows a steep path up to Huntcliff, once the site of a Roman Signal Station.