Stayed here while walking the Cleveland Way (well worth walking - so pretty) and were very pleased. It's simply a lovely little B&B and really quaint. Used to be a pub but now decorated like an old farmhouse and the food is excellent. We were greeted after a long day's walking with a cream tea consisting of home-made scones, at no extra charge. The rooms are pretty and clean with duvets (I hate blankets that others have had close to their bodies) and tea-making facilities with fresh milk. The dining room downstairs is run as a cafe and has a lovely feel to it - almost as if you're dropping into to a friend's house. Comfortable leather sofas and magazines to browse through. Home-made bread at breakfast was a real treat - what time did they get up to cook that? They have a very pretty garden too, with tables at which you can have breakfast when the weather permits. Definitely worth a visit.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to our family-run bed and breakfast. We're a small, former village inn in the hamlet of Port Mulgrave - near to Staithes. We have two comfortable, stylish bedrooms, with en-suite shower rooms. We also operate a tea room, for which we bake our own cakes (including our famous cheesecake) and bread. The freshly baked bread is part of the daily breakfast. We serve it with a selection of local produce, mainly organic, and cereals. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Ship Inn Staithes, North Yorkshire