Sleeping up to five guests, Shunner Howe Lodge is a relaxing and comfortable place to stay when holidaying on the North Yorkshire coast. Located on a quiet park in the quaint village of Egton, the lodge is ideally situated within rural woodland whilst just a short six miles from Whitby. Whether you’re looking for a family retreat or a getaway with friends, Shunner Howe Lodge will certainly provide a fantastic base for exploring Egton, Whitby and beyond.
With a high, vaulted ceiling and floor to ceiling windows, Shunner Howe Lodge has an incredible open plan living and dining area. The perfect place to relax, you can sink into one of the comfy, leather sofas and watch the flat screen TV or get lost in a book. In the winter months, fire up the log burner and cosy up with your loved ones.
The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you could need to cook up a storm. Enjoy your meals at the dining area or eat alfresco style on the terrace which has outdoor seating.
Shunner Howe Lodge has three spacious bedrooms. On the ground floor, you’ll find a king en suite bedroom as well as a single bedroom. The master bedroom is located on the first floor and boasts a comfortable king size bed and an ensuite shower room.
The family bathroom is located on the ground floor and has a bathtub with overhead shower, WC and basin.
If you’re looking for a relaxing break, you’ll get the best of both worlds when staying at Egton. This quaint village is perfect for walks and picnics. Head to Egton Bridge, Arncliffe Woods or the river where you can head over small stepping stones to the wooded island. If you’re looking to eat out or enjoy a quiet drink, there are two public houses in Egton - the Wheatsheaf and the Horseshoe.
Egton is located just six miles from the seaside town of Whitby on the North Yorkshire coast. Popular for its Blue Flag West Cliff beach and promenade, the whole family can enjoy a day on the golden sands. Head to Pier Road, you’ll find fun arcades and plenty of fish restaurants where you can sample the catch of the day.
The other side of Whitby is full of narrow, medieval streets dotted with boutiques and pubs. Climb the famous 199 steps up to the Church of Saint Mary. You can also discover the renowned ruined Whitby Abbey, which was the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s gothic novel ‘Dracula’.
Egton has great rail and bus links to Whitby. Northern Rail operates a train to Whitby five times per day which is a short 22 minute journey. Whitby train station is in the centre of Whitby so villages and towns along the North Yorkshire coast can easily be reached via rail from here too.
Alternatively, you can hop on the Arriva North East bus service from Egton which travels three times a day.
By car the journey from Egton to Whitby takes approximately 12 minutes along the A171.
- Free parking on premises
- Smoke detector
- Carbon monoxide detector
- Fire extinguisher
- First aid kit
- Wireless Internet
- Bed linens
- Coffee maker
- Cleaning Disinfection
- Dishes and silverware
- Enhanced cleaning practices
- Family/kid friendly
- Hair dryer
- Path to entrance lit at night
- Private entrance
- Towels provided
- Indoor fireplace
- High touch surfaces disinfected
- Hot water
- Laptop friendly workspace
- Suitable for children (2-12 years)
- Pets allowed
Guests have access to the full property. The keys to the property are at the reception of the Lodge Park.
We welcome one well behaved dog per stay only. Unfortunately the park does not allow Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Rottweilers, Akitas, Alsatians, Huskies, American Bulldog, Dobermans or Mastiff.
Dogs must be kept on their leads throughout the caravan park at all times, there is a field for exercising dogs off the lead.
There is private parking available to the front of the lodge for up to 2 cars.
From the guestbook
Such a big space! Beautifully decorated with everything we needed in the lodge for our 5-day break. Comfortable beds and great showers. Loved the underfloor heating!
Lady Cross caravan park is located perfectly with a short drive to lots of pubs and walking routes. The caravan park has a little woodland walk around it which was nice. A very tidy park with friendly reception staff.
Nothing we didn’t like!
Location great managed to visit all the places we had planned to visit
AVOID THIS PLACE We have stayed here twice, the first time in April 2021 and it was lovely. No issues reported and it made us book again at the end of August 21. The 2nd time around however wasn’t very good at all! We booked via Hotel Stay & North Yorkshire and both them and the owners were appalling when it came to complaints! On Day 1, there was an awful smell in the kitchen, it was the smell of a dead rat that was decomposing. We complained and they sent someone out (Had no idea it was the owner that came) anyway they put some bleach down the sink and came back with some air fresheners and said if the problem still happens let us know, we left it for that day closed the kitchen door, but very soon after, the smell took hold of the whole of the downstairs again.. living room, eating area, kids bedrooms. It was truly inhabitable. I don’t know if you’ve ever smelt rotting flesh, but you don’t want to be around it at all, which meant that the lovely log cabin we had rented was truly wasted, as we couldn’t spend any time in it. We couldn’t stop thinking about other rats potentially being in the property either, and the hygiene aspect of it all. They admitted on the day they came that they thought it was a dead rodent in the kitchen behind the boards and mentioned to contact them if the smell persists. We sent an email to the booking company the next day and also over the course of 3 days and didn’t hear anything back at all. In this time we had to buy a plug in for the kitchen to mask the smell. That still didn’t work, I can’t explain how bad the smell was. There were 2 adults and 2 children and a dog on this holiday and we were unable to use the kitchen properly to cook any meals. Over the course of the week you can imagine how costly it became having to eat out for lunch and dinner every day. We were easily spending another £100+ per day as there were 4 of us, something we just hadn’t budgeted for, as the last time we came meant we had planned to eat in the house on some nights and prepare lunches to take out in the day. It was just not possible to even think about doing this with the overpowering smell of rotting flesh everywhere in the downstairs of the property.The owners buried their head in the sand with the problem, refused to acknowledge it still existed whilst we were there. Responded more after we left, offered nothing in compensation for their problem. Not even a refund for the cost of a plug in we were forced fo buy!! Our holiday was ruined and the owners are only interested in taking your money. They are ignorant to complaints, they have some learning to do in order to offer a full customer experience as it was a poor show by them, very arrogant and ignorant behaviour. I offered a phone call conversation to resolve the problem once I learned it was the owners on site (after our stay) and they refused that and just offered nothing.I would avoid this place if you’re thinking about booking it!
Clean lodge with all that you would need for your holiday
Nice walks around the site quite and peaceful
Robin Hood bay,Staites gotheland really nice places to visit and lovely walk to the waterfall the other side of Whitby
This is a real gem. A lovely quiet campsite in the woods. The lodge is beautiful. Lovely high ceilings, modern, fresh decor. The bedrooms, especially the master bedroom, are really gorgeous. Nice and close to the beaches and walks, nothing more than 15 minute drive.
Lovely spacious and clean lodge. Set in peaceful surroundings but near enough to lots of places/activities to keep kids, teens and adults happy.
Great location and fantastic property, located on a quiet campsite. The lodge and site is secure and safe for kids, while serving as an ideal base for exploring the some of the best that North Yorkshire has to offer. One of the few properties we’d return to as a week wasn’t enough to fully explore the area with young children.
Great property in a great location. Would definitely recommend and will stay again
Lodge was fabulous with everything we needed. Great location, away from the crowds and lovely and quiet. Management company were always on hand and quick to respond to any questions.
Lovely lodge. Nicely appointed, spacious and great facilities. Had a great few days.
fantastic lodge in a great location to explore the Yorkshire coast. lovely spacious lodge in beautiful woodland. would highly recommend.
Hassled by several e mails from Hosting companies. You do not know who is in charge of your booking. Asked to provide my ID twice and concerned as working away if not able to provide then I would lose the booking. Stressful experience, won’t repeat.
Lovely lodge in a gorgeous setting. Lovely big windows so you are always looking at the woodland. Very quiet and peaceful. Our only regret was not going for longer!
Beautiful lodge in tranquil surroundings.
Had a lovely 3 night stay in the lodge it was large and luxurious with everything you needed . Was also very close to all the sea side towns can’twait to visit again .
Lovely quiet place to stay. Very relaxing and would go again
Apsalutly amazing Location! A short drive to Whitby and other local interesting and historical towns. Lovely walk around the main site and all very secluded, isolated and so quiet. A little nao when you arrive too so your sure not to get lost. A very much thoughfull food hamper left my the lovely owners on are arrival with some lovely Whitby made edibles. Everything was immaculate and clean. Cleaning fee is £75 which is fine although they will ask you to clean up the day before in the state you found it plus you need to empty all their bins and take it with you preferably ( I mean we are a family of 5 and clean up anyways but the owners felt that we needed up-most reminders emailed and hotted here, there and everywer).
The lodge was amazing! The interior has been done tona modern, warm and hearty standard but never feels old. This really is a beautiful location and I would say again. Hopefully they add the cleaning fee into the hotel overall price, I don'treally want to know that I am paying someone £75 to clean and then be emailed bybbaff the day after arrive and the day before we leave that I need to clean the place, empty bins, sanitize here their and everywhere. For that price you could of give me the £75 and I would of cleaned inside and stayed another night
The lodge is in a lovely secluded part of the camping park and surrounded by trees. We spent evenings relaxing in the lovely cosy living area with the fire on. The kitchen facilities are excellent and allowed us to cook dinner in the evenings as we couldn’t go out due to covid.
It’s only a 10 minute drive into the centre of Whitby and a great base for exploring the coastline North and South.
Amazing lodge - unbelievable interior and lovely location - quiet and peaceful.
A great location for easy driving to supermarkets and a few seaside towns. The house is huge and gorgeous, and has thoughtful touches of kitchen equipment, children’s books etc. that are very helpful and often not included with holiday rentals.
perfect house surrounding by trees. Full kitchen and accessories. Great details. only 9 mins from whitby downtown.
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