Luxury self catering cottage in Robin Hoods Bay.  

Accommodation Details

You’ll find Fieldside nestling at the very end of Littlewood Terrace and will drop down 5 or 6 steps to the imposing old front door.

Through the door is the living kitchen, fitted with bespoke units, beautiful reclaimed slate worktops and modern appliances but no dishwasher or freezer, it’s simply too bijou!

Kitchen layout
Lounge
The lounge area has a fabulous leather sofa, open fire, LED TV with Freesat, DVD & IPod dock.
There’s a small antique table, a fluffy rug, apple crate shelves and all this is on a lovely oak floor.
The lighting is old ships lighting, dimmable of course.
Blinds are handmade from old yacht sails.
An original steep painted staircase with rope bannister takes you to the master bedroom, in the eaves and naturally en-suite. There’s a great leather bed, LED TV with Freesat, open brick walls and exposed original floorboards – once again bijou and very romantic.

The en-suite has a shower cubicle, toilet and wash hand basin. A mixture of antique ships lighting and dimmable spots ensure you can create the mood you require.


Master Bedroom
Fieldside has full gas central heating instant hot water and there’s real fire in the lounge for those cold, romantic winter nights in.

Outside the property is a great, south facing, very private garden, lit on an evening for sitting out with a glass of something cold after a hard days walk.

There is a cast aluminium table and two chairs and an old bench that can be moved around to enjoy the different aspects. The garden teems with birdlife so bring a couple of fat balls with you if you like to watch them!

For summer we provide a fire pit and a barbeque as this is just such a great place to kick back and make the most of the Bays relaxed ambience.

Fieldside comes equipped with luxurious feather duvets and pillows, Egyptian cotton bed linen and fluffy white towels. A parking permit for the 2 Council car parks (top of the bank) is also included.


Like the look of the nautical curios and the lighting in Fieldside Cottage?

Then check out our website @ www.sailmakermaritimeantiques.co.uk and give us a call if you see anything you like.