| The Outlook - Nestling in a prestigious elevated position on the upper promenade and as the name suggests, The Outlook commands spectacular views across Hunt Cliff, the open waters of the North Sea and the beautiful surrounding countryside. Recently refurbished to an exceptionally high standard, this delightful holiday home offers unusual accommodation with a circular lounge, spiral stairs leading to the lower ground floor kitchen and excellent decor throughout. Roof top terraces complete with balustrade and outdoor furniture complement this very special home in the heart of the Victorian resort of Saltburn-by-the-Sea.
Attractions in this delightful town include Britain's oldest water-based cliff lift, a miniature railway line leading from the beautiful unspoilt beach into the Valley Gardens and some excellent cliff top walks. Within the town, a good selection of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants are available. Saltburn-by-the-Sea has a good community infrastructure and regular events are held in various locations such as the Bandstand, Valley Gardens, Beach, Esplanade, Community Centre and Theatre. The beach is already a popular centre for surfing and local boat fishermen can often be found selling their freshly caught fish, crab and lobsters direct from the boat. For those wishing to enjoy a spot of fishing from dry land, the recently refurbished pier provides a very popular spot from where to cast off. Notably, Saltburn-by-the-Sea boasts the only remaining pier on the North East coast.
From Saltburn, the North York Moors, often referred to as "Heartbeat Country" are easily accessible, along with the coastal resorts of Staithes and Whitby, famed for their connections with Captain James Cook. The railway station provides regular links to the neighbouring seaside resort of Redcar and onwards to Middlesbrough and Darlington which both offer some superb shopping and leisure facilities and rail links to other places of interest including Whitby, York, Durham and Newcastle. |