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No. 1 Low Hall Cottages Pet-Friendly Cottage in Scalby, North Yorkshire

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sleeps 4
2 rooms
1 bathroom

No. 1 Low Hall Cottages Pet-Friendly Cottage description

Holiday home
No. 1 Low Hall Cottages is set with two others in the village of Scalby, close to Scarborough. There is a single bedroom and a double, and a bathroom with bath, hand held shower attachment, basin and WC. The fitted kitchen has a dining area, and the sitting room has doors to the garden. The communal deck has a BBQ, and there is off road parking for 1 car. With the moors and coast both within easy reach, No. 1 Low Hall Cottages makes a great holiday base.

Scalby is a village in North Yorkshire, close to the popular seaside holiday town of Scarborough. Scalby has two pubs, two shops, tea room and a beck winding its way between the cottages. Scarborough has a long sandy beach and plenty of amenities and seaside attractions, while the beautiful North York Moors are within easy reach.

The North York Moors National Park covers 554 square miles, with landscape ranging from heather-clad moorland and deep secluded dales, to the cliffs and coves of the magnificent coastline making it a haven for walkers.

Gas central heating. Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, shared tumble dryer in shed, TV, DVD. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car. Communal decked garden area with BBQ. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop, inn and tea shop within 5 mins walk.


  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Near pub

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Mrs Tomasetti
August 2013
The cottages were perfect for us. Scalby is in a really good location for so many things and it is easy to reach Scarborough. We thought the houses were very clean and furnished well. We had a brilliant week.
Mr Watson
July 2013
Location was very good, and the locals were friendly.
Mrs Harris
April 2013
Location was excellent. Cottage was perfect, tranquil setting, very dog friendly, which is very important to us. We will look forward to returning in the near future. Cottage was well equipped and very clean.
Miss Chouler
December 2012
Very comfortable and clean with a relaxing atmosphere. Plenty of kitchen utensils and TV/DVD player were good quality.
Mrs Howe
July 2012
We particularly liked the location - excellent dog walking on the doorstep, minutes from Scarborough, Whitby and Dalby Forest.
Mrs Hersant
September 2011
We had an excellent stay . Lovely accommodation, very clean and comfortable. We would definitely recommend it.
July 2012
The location of the cottage was very good - it was central for most if not all destinations, and there were some very nice pleasant walks along the river.
January 2017
Lovely little place to stay or as a base for North Yorkshire. Caretaker had been early on our arrival date and started the Central Heating so it was cosy when we arrived. He also gave instructions about boiler keys etc and gave local knowledge to us which was helpful. Very clean with all bedding and towels included. Fully kitted kitchen and washing machine too. Would go again to these cottages.
Mr Butcher
August 2011
Quiet,nice location.
Mrs White
August 2011
The property is in a lovely quiet village. The river close by is good for walking the dogs. People in the village are very friendly.
Mark S
April 2016
The cottage is in a quiet location in a pretty village on the outskirts of Scarborough. There are two pubs nearby, and all the attractions of Scarborough are within very easy reach. The Yorkshire Coast cycle route also runs very close by. The cottage itself has off street parking and a nice communal garden with picnic tables. Inside, it is furnished simply but nicely. It's small, but doesn't feel cramped. The kitchen has everything you need and no more - for instance there's no room for a dishwasher or even a coffee machine, but there is a little fridge, a decent oven and some cupboard storage space. Upstairs there's a double and a twin bedroom, with some hanging storage on the landing. The bathroom is downstairs, and has a bath with a shower attachment to the taps. This is mounted pretty low, and you'll have to crouch in the bath to use it! Our only major complaint, an unusual one in this day and age, was that visiting with a teenage daughter, the cottage lacked one vital element - wi-fi. Her face when we broke the news to her was priceless. We managed, of course, but for little extra cost it would've made a big difference. The chap who showed us around was helpful - when we had a problem with the DVD player I texted him and he was there within five minutes with a replacement. If you are looking for basic, no frills but comfortable accommodation, then I would definitely recommend this.
August 2014
Someone met us with the keys and showed us round the cottage. Explained how the boiler worked for heating and hot water and told us of all the local amenities. The rooms were all immaculate and comfortable could not ask for more. Local amenities were good and within walking distance from the cottage. Loved the quietness of the area particularly sat out in the garden in the evenings, was lovely to just sit and relax. Nothing that I did not like and can't wait to go again.
May 2013
The reception was friendly by the gardener, the cottage is well appointed and close to two pubs which both welcome dogs. Ideally situated for walking either inland or on the coastal path and a short bus ride into Scarborough. My only critisism would be that the local church clock chimes throughout the night, not ideal for light sleepers.
September 2012
Lovely little cottage, in a nice location. The garden area was lovley too. Only problem was lack of storage space in the kitchen - if you wanted to eat out everynight or buy food everyday to cook it was fine, but as we wanted to buy supplies for a few days it was a little inconvenient not having any cupboard space.
October 2011
Lovely cottage in a great village, surroundings is ideal for long works has we took out pet dog, short car ride to Scarborough and Whitby, and a extra plus was the use of golf course just at the back of the garden. Highly recommend.
Mrs Voisey
April 2014
We had a brilliant time and the cottage was first class.
Mr Barlow
June 2016
This was our second visit to the property and we like it very much. We shall probably come again. The on-site agent was very helpful.
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