I am a physiotherapist and alternative health practitioner [acupuncture, neural patho-dynamics and cranio-sacral therapy]. I have a clinic in the UK and in Rhodes, Greece, and I also have an English ex-ambulance, converted into motorhome, which I drive off to Greece in May each year and back to the UK in October with 2 cats, then take out the bed, put in a treatment couch, and voila! a mobile physiotherapy clinic which parks under a mulberry tree with a view of the Aegean Ocean! It's a hard life, but someone has to do it. Happy travels, wherever you are coming from, or going to!
Languages Spoken: English, Deutsch, Français, Ελληνικά
1 double bed (king)
1 twin beds
1 bath, shower
Baby cot available on advance request
Highlights (no ratings as its a new let)
Cleanliness – All of our other B&B's rate 5 star
Self check-in - Easily check yourself in with the lockbox
Check-in experience - All of our other B&B's rate 5 star
Description & Amenities
Fully equipped kitchen with dining table
Bathroom with bath, shower & toilet
1 large bedroom – extra comfy king sized bed
1 large twin bed room
External patio with built in BBQ
Gas central heating plus supplemental on demand feature heating
Television (including Netflix)
Includes all towels, bedding, soap, shampoo, conditioner, shower gel and toilet paper
Tea & Coffee & Milk
Laptop friendly workspace
Ample parking literally around the corner (less than 100 metres)
Private guest access by Lockbox
Early arrival or late departure by arrangement in advance
Long term stays available October to March inclusive
Rating on Accommodation Sites (Out of 5)
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Value New let for 2019
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Its a new let for 2019 (from 1st May)
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Jane’s home No 3 is located in Lingdale,North Yorkshire,United Kingdoma small village on the edge of the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors National Park, 6 miles to the sea. We are a 10 minute drive to the town centre of Guisborough and 5 minutes to Gisborough Hall.
You are welcome!
In Guisborough are all amenities with multiple pubs, shops, supermarkets and eateries/restaurants/takeaways. The open market is held every Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday on the cobbled section of the main street. There is a forest above Guisborough, which leads eventually up to the moors, and we are on the Cleveland Way if you are a keen walker – literally within a few hundred yards.
Guisborough is the ancient capital of Cleveland in North Yorkshire, the home of the De Brus family, and houses the ruins of the Gisborough Priory & Gardens less than 400 yards away. Gisborough Hall [the spelling changed sometime in ancient history] is now a hotel & restaurant with a well recommended spa if you fancy being pampered. It also hosts weddings, and a lot of our guests stay with us because they are attending one! It is a 10 minute walk or 5 minute taxi ride away.
If you are staying mid-week, we can always treat your aches and pains at Physioplus+ my physiotherapy practice ... but make an appointment before you get here as we are very busy usually. Ring 01287 201006 between 9am and 12 noon weekdays to make an appointment.
We are 6 miles from the sea-side at Saltburn-by-the-Sea and Redcar if you fancy a change from the hills around Guisborough forest and the moorlands. Great walking country, with easy access to the pretty coastal villages of Staithes and Whitby. If you are car-less, I will happily take you out for a drive if I am in the country! There is also a pretty good local bus service to get you to the coast. We recommend taking the bus to Whitby, or using the Park and Ride service just outside if you are driving, which is clearly signed, as parking gets very busy at high season and school holidays.
The nearest major town is Middlesbrough where there is a main railway station. You can get to Guisborough by bus. I think the X93 is the easiest - it runs hourly from Middlesbrough bus station to Whitby/Scarborough, stopping at Guisborough en-route, and takes about 45 minutes. Alternatively, take a train from Middlesbrough to Redcar and take a taxi or catch a bus from there. Information on bus journeys can be found at Arriva's website. Your nearest bus stop would be Guisborough Marketplace, about a 5 minute walk from No 27. If you do want to go to Whitby, I recommend that you take the bus, or use park and ride (clearly signposted) as parking within Whitby is very tricky in high season.