Whitby Holiday Cottages. Holiday cottage accommodation in Whitby

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Whitby Holiday Cottages
Two charming holiday cottages in the centre of
Whitby, North Yorkshire.

The North Yorkshire coastal town of Whitby is famous for being the home of Captain James Cook, the residency of Bram Stoker whilst writing Dracula, and the home of the legendary Penny Hedge. Near Sandsend, Robin Hood's Bay and Ruswarp, Whitby has recently been more famous for Heartbeat, The Royal and the homecoming of the HM Endeavour. Atmospheric Whitby is a delightful and charming place to stay, especially in our exquisite holiday cottages...

Whitby - the winner of the UK's best short break holiday 2004!

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Built in 1655, a Grade II Listed building with stunning views of Whitby's East Side, St. Mary's Church and the ancient Whitby Abbey. Sleeps up to 6; but couples or single guests are most welcome. Offers extremely comfortable accommodation over 3 floors in a quiet side street in the centre of Whitby.
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View from The Old Bakehouse Holiday Cottage
As seen on ITV's 'Emmerdale' & 'Heartbeat'

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Built in 1711, a beamed cottage in a cobbled yard - one of the features of old Whitby. Sleeps up to 6; but couples or single guests are most welcome. Quietly secluded, yet just a few yards from Church Street in one of the oldest parts of Whitby; within easy walking distance of the harbour and very close to the sandy beach. Shops, pubs and restaurants nearby.
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Gull's Cry Holiday Cottage is situated of Church Street, in the heart of the old town
As seen on ITV's 'Heartbeat'
& BBC 1's 'Dalziel & Pascoe'
 

 

 

 

 

 
Top photo is the view from one of the cottages.
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