Smugglers Rock Country House is a stone-built property dating from around 1840, originally a temperance inn for local workers. The house is on a registered smallholding in the beautiful North York Moors National Park and enjoys amazing sea and country views; an ideal area for walkers. The bedrooms are furnished with solid pine, and three have four-poster beds. Guests have use of a spacious lounge and breakfast is served in the beamed breakfast room. Not only are many of the ingredients for the cooked breakfast locally sourced, but the water comes straight from a borehole on the property.