The cottage is located just a short walk from all local amenities, to the east of the village church. The church was built mainly in the Norman style with evidence of Saxon architecture around the windows and doors, inside the church can boast the tomb of Sir John de Melsa, a 6’6 warrior of great note, he was Governor of York from 1292-1296.
The village is surrounded by open fields with no shortage of interesting walks, and the cottage is located approximately one mile from the sea, access to the beach is not recommended, but nearby Mappleton offers a sheltered beach at low tide, car parking and toilets and a dog friendly cafe. From spring to autumn caravan owners visit the area regularly, and the caravan park social club offers many evenings of entertainment throughout the season.
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