About this listing
Perfect rural retreat in moor side village on Cleveland Way.
Open fire, central heating. Shower and kitchen.
No TV or Wi-Fi and limited mobile signal - perfect for a proper time-out!
Further accommodation available in bunkhouse - please enquire.
TV and Wi-Fi free
The Meeting House has a small gallery bedroom with 5 beds in it but you can take mattresses downstairs; the bunkhouse has 20 beds in it, including one in a single room at the end.
Full use of house, kitchen and outside space
Interaction with Guests
Leti and Tim will welcome you and then leave you in peace. Available if you need us though and live in next village.
bus to town every 2 hours from where you can take train to Coast, York, Durham and beyond
Other Things to Note
Meeting for Worship is on every Tuesday evening 6.30-7.30 pm and on the third Sunday every month 3-4 pm BST, 4-5 pm GMT.
You are welcome to join us.
Just got back from 3 days at the Quqker Meeting House and had a wonderful relaxing time.Warm and cosy with an open fire and really comfortable beds.The kitchen was extremely well equipped and the views towardsthe moors were amazing.Leti was waiting for us when we arrived to show us around and she was so friendly and fun!!
A really lovely stay. The Quaker Meeting house is very clean, peaceful, and the view is lovely. Leti is great - friendly and helpful. She kindly bought us hen's eggs and bread, sheets and towels. We made a fire in the evening. The beds are singles, but comfortable. It's simple, but really interesting. Good pubs in the village too.
Leti,thank you for sharing this special place with us.
We noticed a photo in one of the Quaker magazines of your recent wedding held in the meeting house.The building has such a calm gentle feel sat within it's beautiful surroundings,it must have been a fabulous day.
You've been a friendly,fun and efficient host.
No complaints at all.
I didn't heard about policy of bed linen and towel.
So I thought that bed linen was washed. But It was not.
Bed line was not clean. There was many hairs.
Meeting space and kitchen was not clean, too.
So we could not stay at your house even for one night.
I am very sorry that you found our Meeting House below standard. We do our best to keep it clean but we are all volunteers. Our information on Airbnb does state very clearly that you should bring your own bedding and towels.
If you did not stay even one night it would have been good to know this. We did not want to disturb you. But you left the house unlocked and the key was clearly visible under the mat.
Leti was a wonderful, warm and extremely welcoming host! We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the house. It's spacious and quaint with a lovely rustic feel. The kitchen is well equipped and there's a lovely fireplace in the main hall. We had the perfect time with the perfect host! There was a wide selection of literature and pamphlets to aid us in things to do around the Moors and places to visit. Also, lots of board games for the children. We arrived as a big family of nine and spent the weekend in Saltburn and Whitby and the next day climbed Roseberry Topping for some spectacular views around the Moors and the coast. The village is lovely and quiet with quite a few coffee shops and pubs in the centre. Overall a very satisfying weekend was had by all! Would thoroughly recommend Leti as a host and Osmotherley as a place to stay!
We had a great time. The accommodation was spacious and quiet and the surrounding area beautiful. We had two lovely walks and visited mount Grace priory, all by walking from the front door. There was a shop in the village which was quite basic but did for us. The lack of TV/radio was a boon as it helped us have a quiet few days away from noise. I appreciated the stimulating reading matter.
Leti was an extremely helpful hostess. We had misunderstood the house rules about bed linen but she helped us out. We enjoyed our stay at the meeting house.
About the Host, Leti
I am a health and wellbeing consultant, specialising in cancer and exercise. I work freelance, most recently commissioned by Prostate Cancer UK. I also teach exercise classes in the village.
I am a Quaker, an Elder in our Area Meeting and look after the local Meeting House.
I live in the neighbouring village of Thimbleby with my husband Tim, his daughter Hannah, one dog, two cats, two horses and a rabbit!