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Whitby Self Catering Accommodation
Welcome, we have three holiday properties located in the charming fishing town of Whitby, on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park.
All of the properties are ideally situated in the popular West Cliff hotel and guesthouse area of Whitby. There are many attraction points within the immediate vicinity, including the lift to the beach and the beach itself; the Spa Theatre; the promenade; and the Royal Crescent and sports ground, which includes tennis courts, an indoor swimming pool, outdoor paddling pools and miniature golf.
The properties are a short walk to the centre of this very old and picturesque town which still boasts an active quayside fish market, and some of the finest fish restaurants in the country. The town has an old heritage, and is famous for being the home of Captain James Cook, the explorer, and Bram Stoker, who created the story of Dracula. The east-side of Whitby holds a mixture of fisherman's cottages and specialist shops along its narrow cobbled streets, leading back to the 199 steps up to St. Mary's Church and the ancient Abbey of St. Hilda. Other notable attractions are Captain Cook's museum, the RNLI Lifeboat museum, the Pannet Museum & Park, and, of course, the expansive sandy beach that stretches from Whitby to Sandsend.
There are also numerous places to visit in the surrounding area, such as Goathland (Aidensfield in TV's 'Heartbeat'), Castle Howard (scene of 'Brideshead Revisited'), York and Flamingo Land.
We would like to welcome back previous guests and hope to meet many new faces. We are open all year round, and out of season breaks are available from £55 per night (minimum stay of two nights). Please call for rates during October holidays, Christmas week, New Year and Easter.
We also have a luxury property on St. Hilda's Terrace, which is rated at Four Star Gold by Visit Britain and comfortably accommodates six people. Private parking is also available. Please phone for further details, availability and booking.