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Burton House

Burton House is positioned on the sea wall

Burton House is a cosy 18th Century holiday cottage in the heart of the picturesque coastal village of Robin Hoods Bay and is positioned 20 feet from King Street and the seawall ( Burton House is one half of the white house in the picture below - View Map). The proximity to the seawall offers the guest some wonderful views, sounds and smells of the sea from a house that is packed full of traditional features.

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Burton House is positioned on the sea wall


Burton House comfortably sleeps five in two large bedrooms containing a double bed in the attic bedroom and a bunk bed and single bed in the first floor bedroom. A travel cot, high chair and changing mat are also available for guests use. The house has full central heating and unlimted hot water for those baths (or shower) after a long walk on the beach or coastal path - full details below.

Burton House also has a parking permit for Bay Bank and Station council car parks.

House Details:-

  • Ground floor - spacious living room with double sash windows, two and three seater sofas, open fire, colour 32" TV, DVD and CD player. Snug with futon, children's toys and sea views to rear.
  • Cellar kitchen - Fully fitted kitchen with dining table and chairs. The kitchen has electric hob with under counter oven, fridge (with small freezer compartment), coffee and bread maker, washing machine and television. Please be advised that there is some limited headroom in the kitchen.
  • First floor - Bedroom with double sash windows, 1 bunk bed and 1 single bed with room for cot (travel cot supplied). Bathroom with bath and over shower, sink and toilet. Views from the sea wall to Bay Ness and Ness Point
  • Attic bedroom with double bed and large window with view to king street and Ravenscar.
  • Gas central heating throughout.
  • Duvets on all beds with linen provided on request.
  • Pictures of Burton House from the front and rear

Click here to see more pictures of Burton House and here to see our pictures of Robin Hoods Bay

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Please also be aware that Burton House, in common with many Robin Hoods Bay holiday cottages, has multiple spiral staircases and some areas with low beams and\or ceiling. Please enquire on booking if you require any more information on these traditional features.

Sorry - no smoking or pets in the house.

Robin Hood's Bay

In addition to being the destination of Alfred Wainwright's 'Coast to Coast' long distance walk, a 190 mile route that begins at St. Bees in Cumbria and crosses the Lake District and North York Moors, Robin Hoods bay is also renowned for it's abundant Jurassic and Cretaceous fossils. A short trip along the beach from Burton House will bring you into contact with ammonites and fossilised dinosaur footprints! Whilst most of the dinosaurs have long since departed, Robin Hood's bay is a far cry from cutting-edge modernity, with it's cobbled streets and walkways, traditional Inns and shops, you really can feel that you have 'got away from it all'.

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