St Edmunds Church
On opulent 13th century, Grade II-listed retreat spectacularly located just a stone's throw away from Yorkshire's magnificent east coast.
Gracefully restored with a mesmerising blend of old and new features, St. Edmunds Church is a unique conversion of a 13th century, Grade II-listed church that once served the congregation of Fraisthorpe village.
Not only is the golden-sand Fraisthorpe Beach achingly close by, but a mere 10-minute drive will take you to the historic coastal town of Bridlington, with its bustling Old Town, and England's oldest living lighthouse.
Crafted from Yorkshire stone, the church is characterised by ancient stained-glass windows and exposed beams, with a beautiful bespoke kitchen and a dining table created from the original church font.
Take the stairs to discover two heavenly bedrooms; a master double that overlooks the entrance hall, and a second double with a romantic balcony.
(Surrounded by such divine beauty, you could find yourselves putting off that long-awaited trip to the beach, after all!)