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Once the gateway to Saltburn’s 'Ha'penny Bridge', Toll Bridge Cottage has maintained it's Victorian charm and charisma.
Enjoy summer evenings in the large north facing garden and take in those stunning sea views, or snuggle up in the living room during those winter months and watch the world go by through the truly unique porthole window.
SLEEPS UP TO 8 ADULTS
You'll find four large bedrooms awaiting you, each with their own character, ample space and two with ensuite bathrooms. The attic room offers stunning views across the beautiful Valley Gardens.
OPEN PLAN LIVING
On the basement level you'll find the open plan kitchen/dining and snug area with plenty of space for entertaining, cooking up a meal, or perhaps enjoying an award winning Fish and Chip super.
A GARDEN WITH A VIEW
Hidden behind this three storey property you'll find a large garden, boasting views of all that Saltburn has to offfer, along with a quaint summer house and decked area oerfect for summer BBQ's.
What you'll find once inside...
Toll Bridge Cottage was once the gateway to Saltburn’s "Ha'penny Bridge", a 150ft high footbridge that joined the town centre to Saltburn Lane.
The cottage now boasts four well sized bedrooms, and comfortably sleeps up to 8 people across three double bedrooms and one twin bedroom; two with en-suite shower rooms, and a large family bathroom.
The unique porthole window in the living room looks northwards towards the North Sea and offers unrivalled views of Saltburn Pier, the Valley Gardens, and across the bay to Huntcliff.
Open plan living...
On the lower ground floor of the cottage you’ll find the large open plan kitchen and dining area, with everything you’ll need to cook up a feast or enjoy a fish and chip takeaway from the towns award winning Seaview Restaurant.
Double doors lead onto the large garden, and those unspoiled seaside views. At the bottom of the garden you’ll find the summer house, a welcome respite on those warm summer days, or cosy winter nights.