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Chestnut Cottage Bed and Breakfast
High street
Ebberston

Scarborough
North Yorkshire

YO13 9PA | View map
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Your Hosts offer you a warm welcome to Chestnut Cottage. This delightful country cottage offers an ideal base to explore the spectacular Yorkshire coast line, nearby forests, picturesque villages, or the North York Moors National Park. Chestnut Cottage B&B boasts two delightful, en-suite rooms, with superb facilities. Family accommodation may also be available in the adjoining holiday cottage. Guests can use the added facility of a cosy lounge to relax in, read, or watch TV or a DVD from a selection provided. The cottage also has a large garden and orchard, with a summer house providing stunning views over the vale of Pickering. The cottage is packed with character and is presented to a high standard of quality and comfort. There is ample off road parking at the rear of the cottage. At Chestnut Cottage Bed and Breakfast, we cook superb breakfasts, using fresh locally sourced produce, with a wide range of variety. Please contact us if you require any more information. Maps and guides to local walks, Drying facilities, Cosy sitting room with TV and DVD, Internet access, Put up bed for child, haring a room, Storage for bicycles, Travel cot, Tea and coffee making, facilities in room, Garden with furniture and picnic bench, Summerhouse, Private parking, Toiletries and hair dryer, Iron and ironing board available on request.

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