Built in 1820, Dunroamin, like many other cottages in Staithes, originally served as a fisherman's home. Situated in the heart of the old village, on a quiet cobbled alley which runs between the High Street and the Beck, it is less than a minute's walk to the local deli and a couple of minutes to the beach and harbour. Lovingly restored to provide a marriage of old and new: exposed sandstone walls and original early 19th century beams welcome the modernity of a multi-fuel burner and bijoux fitted kitchen/diner.
The middle cottage of a terrace of three Grade II listed buildings, built from local sandstone and with a traditional pan tile roof, Dunroamin is a home away from home, a hideout and a cosy base to enjoy after a day out exploring the Jurassic coast or trekking the North York moors. And when the sun shines, unwind in our south-facing enclosed front yard; an ideal sunny spot for breakfast, lunch or pre-dinner drinks.