The Old Fireman’s House is the perfect seaside getaway for families or groups of friends looking for a relaxing break. Located just five minutes from Saltburn town centre and 15 minutes from the award-winning beach, you can easily enjoy a day out exploring the seaside town and enjoying one of its friendly independent eating and drinking establishments. Recently renovated to a high standard, The Old Fireman’s House is a dog friendly property that sleeps up to six guests across three bedrooms.
There is plenty of space and natural light to enjoy in the spacious and bright living room at The Old Fireman’s House. It is furnished with two comfy blue sofas and a large wall-mounted Smart TV, ideal for cosy nights in with friends and family. There is also a log burner to keep you warm and cosy during the winter months.
The kitchen is a stylish space with all the modern appliances you need to make the most of your self-catering stay. It has dark blue cupboards and drawers, which makes it look cohesive and neat and you’ll also have direct access into the enclosed back yard from here, giving you the chance to dine al fresco and make the most of the barbeque while breathing in the fresh sea air.
If you’d prefer to eat inside, the dining area is a great space for hosting and entertaining all of your guests. With a long wooden dining table and roomy seating for all six guests staying at The Old Fireman’s House, you’ll enjoy your time here.
The main bedroom at The Old Fireman’s House exudes sophistication and style with a dark blue colour scheme and a super-king-size bed. The bed can be split into two singles upon request, providing a flexible sleeping arrangement in the property. The dressing table in this room can double up as an excellent working space.
The second bedroom has a king-size bed that can also be split into two small single beds upon request. It has bedside drawers and lamps, which makes it ideal for a cosy bedtime read or to store your belongings.
The third bedroom is appointed with a small double bed and has a neutral colour scheme. It is perfect for guests looking for a cosy and comfortable environment. This room also has bedside drawers and lamps for your convenience.
The family bathroom continues with the dark blue theme that features throughout the property. It has a large shower, a wash basin, and a WC.
Explore the local area
The Old Fireman’s House is located in the charming Victorian Spa town of Saltburn-by-the-Sea on the North Yorkshire coast.
Located in the heart of the town, the property is only a short walk from the beach and lower promenade. Take the oldest functioning cliff lift in the UK down to the promenade and you’ll arrive at the 208-metre pier which stretches out into the sea. The long sandy shores are overlooked by colourful boutique beach huts and high cliffs tower in the distance.
The Old Fireman’s House is close to all local amenities including independent shops, bars, restaurants and bistros.
Saltburn has plenty of beautiful walks too. The Valley Gardens are a maze of paths and tracks which wind through the flowers and woodland. If you want to explore further, The Cleveland Way National Trail is over 100 miles long and the lovely Saltburn is featured. If you fancy a 17.5 mile jaunt, start at Saltburn and walk your way to Sandsend. This walk is a great way to explore the North Yorkshire coastline and the views are beautiful!
The Old Fireman’s House is within walking distance of all that Saltburn has to offer and within 30 minutes’ drive time of Staithes, Whitby, Middlesbrough and the North Yorkshire Moors.
Saltburn Train Station is a short walk away and has routes to Longbeck, Redcar, Middlesbrough and Darlington with connecting trains to Newcastle, York, Leeds, Manchester and London.
There are plenty of bus routes throughout Saltburn. Hop on the Arriva North East route and you can visit beautiful coastal villages like Staithes, Runswick Bay and Whitby. The Moorsbus route has drop offs at Newton Under Roseberry, Great Ayton, Stokesley and Helmsley.
Dog friendly beaches
Saltburn-by-the-Sea has a glorious sandy beach, perfect for walking your pooch. It has dog restrictions either side of the pier May 1st to September 30th but is great for a walk. If you fancy a long walk, you can continue along the beach all the way up to Marske-by-the-Sea or even further.
Markse Sands Beach
An award winning dog friendly beach. This beach is located between Redcar and Saltburn and one of Teesides hidden gems. It is a beautiful sandy beach that the whole family can enjoy. The beach is dog-friendly and is also a popular spot for people to go fishing and surfing.
If you fancy a few drinks in Saltburn-by-the-Sea, we’d recommend heading to The Guns Bar. The quirky bar offers local craft ale, world beers and over 40 different gins, which they pair with perfect tonics and botanicals for a full gin experience! There is a rustic and cosy vibe throughout the bar so you’ll certainly feel at home straight away.
Another great spot in Saltburn-by-the-Sea is The Sitting Room. The eclectic and vintage style tea shop doubles up as an authentic tea house during the day serving real-leaf teas and home-made cake, then transforms into a quirky bar by night. Enjoy cocktails, craft beers and wine within the relaxed and friendly environment.
Dating back to the late 1500s and once the centre of the smuggling trade, The Ship has plenty of history within its walls. Perfectly in keeping with this, the pub has a cosy and rustic feel inside with coal fires and original timbers. In the colder months, nothing beats a quiet drink by the roaring fire. When the sun is shining, you can sit outside and watch the waves in the distance.
You can’t visit North Yorkshire without trying some local fish and chips! The lovely Seaview Restaurant is aptly named as it sits just metres away from the beach and boasts incredible views of the coastline below.If it’s a beautiful day, you can sit on the terrace and enjoy the breathtaking views of Huntcliff in the distance.
At Seaview Restaurant, you can try the freshest seafood which lands from the surrounding waters daily. Our top picks include the scallops, lobster linguine and of course traditional cod and chips!
This stylish restaurant and bar opened in 2019 serving incredible Neapolitan wood fired pizza and a great selection of drinks. No. Twenty Three make their dough fresh and each pizza is to order so you can expect the most delicious food!
If you like a bit of spice, we’d definitely recommend The Napoli Hot! The Napoli Prosciutto is another favourite and garlic and herb mayo is always a must. There are great vegetarian options and every pizza is available with vegan mozzarella too. Their menu also has 23 gins plus plenty of quality beers so if you’re just looking for a few drinks, you can pop in without ordering food.
Plus it’s worth noting that part of the restaurant is dog friendly so if you’ve brought your pup to Saltburn, you can take them along with you. There is also outside seating so you can enjoy your pizza alfresco style when the sun is shining.
Signals is a dog friendly restaurant and cafe serving breakfast, brunch and lunch. They also have a side hatch serving coffee and the most incredible hot chocolates to go! There is outdoor seating and they often have acoustic singers to create the most amazing atmosphere.If you want a real taste of the North East, we’d recommend ordering their famous parmo loaded fries!
Rapps Cafe is open from 9am daily serving breakfast, lunch and evening meals. The perfect place to enjoy a relaxed Full English breakfast, a coffee and a scone, a Stonebaked pizza with a pint or grilled seabass with a glass of wine – there really is something for everyone. They have great veggie and vegan options plus their children’s menu is ideal for little ones.
Rapps Cafe is dog friendly and there is outside seating which we’d recommend making the most of, especially when the sun is shining over Saltburn.
Camfields was once the miniature railway ticket office in Saltburn. It has since been transformed into a cosy coffee bar serving fresh juices and smoothies, Illy coffee, luxury ice-cream, desserts and scones. It boasts a south facing terrace and outdoor furniture where you can soak up the sun as the waves lap the shore in the distance.
If you’re looking for good coffee, you can’t go wrong with Taste! This cosy little tea and coffee shop works closely with local suppliers including Rounton Coffee, Pie Jackers and The Busy Whisk to provide the best local produce under one roof.
On rainy or cold afternoons, there is nothing better than popping in for a latte (or a hot chocolate if coffee isn’t your thing) and slice of home made cake.
Guests have access to the full property, keys to the property are accessed via a secure key safe, details of which will be provided shortly before arrival.
Free on street parking is available on the street outside the property on a first come first served basis, no permit is required.
Please note that one well behaved dog is allowed to stay at The Old Fireman’s House.
25% deposit upon booking and the remaining balance is due 60 days prior to arrival.
If you make your booking within 60 days of arrival, full payment will be take upon booking.
If you cancel more than 60 days prior to arrival, any funds taken will be refunded in full.
Should you cancel between 60 days and 30 days of your arrival date, you will be liable for 50% of the full booking value.
Cancellations inside 30 days are non-refundable.
No security deposit taken however when your booking is confirmed, you will be asked to verify using the accommodation providers verification partner called ‘Superhog’. This is a free service and covers owners for any accidental damage. You will receive a link to Superhog within your booking confirmation email and the lead guest simply verifies using ID.
A £25 management fee and a cleaning fee is in addition to the accommodation rate. This will be sent to you with your holiday quote.
Stay in this coastal property in the charming town of Saltburn by the Sea. Modern and bright, the property sleeps up to 6 guests, comes with an enclosed garden and BBQ and has a cosy log burner in the lounge. Dogs stay FREE!
1 well behaved dog allowed and will usually accept 2 dogs if a guest requests it. For larger properties and small breeds of dogs, 3 dogs may be allowed on request dependent on the property / size of dogs.
Dogs stay FREE
No restrictions on dog sizes
Dogs are not permitted to be left unattended in the property
Guests should pick up after their dog and not leave any mess in any of the property or surrounding public areas. Muddy / sandy paws should be wiped before entering the building
Dogs are not allowed on furniture or beds. If the property has multiple floors, dogs should be kept downstairs
If the property has a bathtub, dogs are not allowed in the bath tub as their claws can cause damage
Welcome to The Old Fireman's House
The lounge is furnished with two comfy sofas, a smart TV and a log burner fire
The kitchen is stylish and kitted out with modern appliances
The dining room is spacious and will seat 6 guests
The property benefits from an enclosed garden with a BBQ, perfect for warm summer evenings
Bedroom 1 of 3
Bedroom 2 of 3
Bedroom 3 of 3
The family bathroom has a walk in shower, WC and wash basin
The exterior of The Old Fireman's House
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