With the pandemic this was our first weekend getaway for a long time, and we weren't disappointed! Nick and Lucy were fabulous and made us feel so welcome which was wonderful, and their dogs are also lovely. We spent 3 nights in the Tommy with our dog, and loved every minute that we were in the pod. The pod itself was a good size and had everything that we needed, including things like coffee and tea bags in the kitchen area. The little bathroom was lovely, with a shower that was nice and warm. The bed was comfortable, and wider than I expected (I thought being a pod it would be quite a tight squeeze). And it was also nice and clean! The outside area was also perfect, once we got the hang of heating the hot tub (the tools to light the fire were provided, and even though we're not used used getting good fires going we managed it!) we spent so much time in there admiring the incredible view and watching the sun set! There was also a little bbq which we used most evenings to cook our food. We paid extra to have the bbq hamper and the brunch hamper, both of which were delicious. The bbq hamper had a range of local meats, including possibly the nicest burgers I've ever had (they were huge, stuffed with cheese and tomato). There were also buns, sauces, locally grown salad and baby potatoes which all tasted lovely and fresh. The breakfast hamper was also delicious with some bread, bacon, granola, strawberries with cream, marmalade and a few other bits too. There was enough in each hamper to last us several days, and we even bought some home! The views around the pod are incredible, there are barely any other buildings in the area so it was lovely and tranquil with only the sound of nature. There's also a lot of space around the pods, so our dog could wonder round and not bother the other pods whilst on his long line so he was happy. There's plenty to do nearby including various walks, but it's also only a short drive away from various dog friendly pubs, towns etc. We made the roughly hour long drive over to Robin Hoods Bay, Falling Foss waterfall and Boggle hole, and also over to Ravenscar to see the seals - all of which I highly recommend (the seals are possibly only there at certain times of year, but we saw dozens and were so close to them, whilst also not bothering them). There's lots of beaches within about an hours drives too, we chose Filey to visit as its dog friendly and the down is also very pretty. Overall I highly recommend Bracken Burrows, I would love to return.