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Cleveland Cottages now proudly offer two luxury holiday cottages located in the beautiful seaside resort of Saltburn-by-the-Sea. Following the success of our first cottage “The Outlook”, we are pleased to add “Treetops” to our brochure.

These two holiday homes are arguably in the best position in Saltburn with completely unobstructed views. Other holiday homes are available but are either in terraced streets with limited views or are up several flights of stairs or are not within walking distance of the town with it’s eclectic variety of shops and restaurants.

Please click on the images below for detailed information for each property.

The Outlook

The Outlook

Treetops

Treetops

Saltburn-by-the-Sea

Attractions in this delightful Victorian seaside town include Britain's oldest water powered cliff lift which dates back to 1884, a miniature railway line leading from the beautiful unspoilt beach into the Valley Gardens and some excellent cliff top walks. Within the town, a good selection of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants are available.

Saltburn-by-the-Sea has a good community infrastructure and regular events are held in various locations such as the Bandstand, Valley Gardens, Beach, Esplanade, Community Centre and Theatre. The beach is only 500 yards away and is a popular centre for surfing and local boat fishermen can often be found selling their freshly caught fish, crab and lobsters direct from the boat. For those wishing to enjoy a spot of fishing from dry land, the recently refurbished pier provides a very popular spot from where to cast off. Notably, Saltburn-by-the-Sea boasts the only remaining pier on the North East coast and is more recently famous as the main target of the knitting craze known as “Yarn Bombing”. Other local events include golf, swimming and horse riding.


Recently opened is Saltburn’s ‘Art Bank’, a custom built gallery housing the latest works of local artists, sculptors and craftsmen, or if you prefer the Theatre, there is plenty to enjoy at Saltburn’s community theatre which hosts many events from screen plays to comedy nights. Both are within walking distance and less than 250 yards.

From Saltburn, the North York Moors, often referred to as "Heartbeat Country" are easily accessible, along with the coastal resorts of Staithes, Runswick Bay, Sandsend and Whitby, famed for it’s connections with Captain James Cook. You could also enjoy the fantastic experience of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway and take a steam train which meanders through the moors villages of Grosmont, Goathland (aka Aidensfield in the TV series Heartbeat) and Levisham en route from Whitby to the lively market town of Pickering.

Saltburn’s own railway station provides regular links to the neighbouring seaside resort of Redcar and onwards to Middlesbrough and Darlington which both offer some superb shopping and leisure facilities and rail links to other places of interest including Whitby, York, Durham and Newcastle.

Enquiries & Bookings

Prices start from only 375.00 per week. Shorter or longer lets are also available (minimum 3 days).

To find out more and to make a booking you can contact us via telephone:
 +44 (0)7977 447 634 or +44 (0)1947 840 683

Or you can email us: teesside2001@aol.com
 


We look forward to welcoming you


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