Sunday, 27 July 2008

Welcome to the Coastguard Cottage Guest Blog

Hi there!
I'd like to offer our guests a location to share their experiences and feedback on this blog. If you've stayed with us we'd be happy to see your comments, hints, tips, where to go, what to do.
I hope you find this a useful addition to the Coastguardscottage website, and truly hope you had a memorable stay.
Thanks for your custom.

Andy Collier


Anonymous said...

Is it a Coastguard Cottage? Is there a sea view?

Andy said...

Hi there. Yes, it's a Coastguard Cottage, and is part of a pair of Coastguard houses in the old village. Unfortunately it has no sea view, though it is less than 100 yards from where the boats moor. It's on the High Street, in the heart of the village.
If you look at centre left there is house with a red door. Tracking right from this, there's a white house, then a grey stone one (Coastguard House) and our's is adjoined to it, where the big chimney stack is.
Hope you come and visit.

wayne gravel said...

hi there just spent new year at coastguard cottage and have got to say we had a fantastic time,the cottage has got everything you need to have a relaxing break,and the village is so peaceful we never even left the village as we spent a lot of time in the cottages kitchen area during the day and then relaxed in the lounge at night after a short stop at the royal george pub where the atmoshere was as good as the food.the only thing were doing now is working out when we can return,so many thanks to andy and michelle for letting us stay at this beautiful cottage will definatly be in touch about a return.
Wayne,Joanne and Molly Mae

Tom K said...

Just arrived at the cottage having had a snowy drive over the moors - looking forward to chill out weekend in the village - we were here last year twice once in March and once in April 2009 had a fab time then.

Tom Sue and Lucy from Derbyshire

Unknown said...

We came back from a 4 day break on the 3rd December 2010 & it was fantastic the cottage really was home from home & had everything we needed including wifi & landline in case of emergencies (as there is no mobile signal at all) it was clean, warm & cosy. We didnt go far due to the snow but we didnt mind as the village pub & little shop had everything we needed. I really didnt want to come home, if we get the chance we would love to come back next year or even better win the lottery & move to staithes!! 10 out of 10 cant fault the cottage at all x

Andy Collier said...

Maxine, sooooo glad you had a fab time. I did worry, that really was atrocious weather you braved. Really chuffed you made it, and thanks for the excellent feedback. Hope we welcome you back soon!

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