Situated in the centre of Whitby, close to the swing bridge, on the historic church street with views over the harbour, you are just a stroll away from the shops, bars and restaurants that can be found in the bustling streets of this town.
This top floor characterful apartment has everything you need for your stay. A shared entrance takes you up the stairs to the flat which is in the eaves of the victorian building, with amazing views from the Velux windows. This is a one bedroom apartment with a full kitchen, bathroom a shower and separate living room.
It is accessed by 2 flights of stairs. All bedding and towels are provided along with a welcome pack of tea, coffee, milk and locally made biscuits. Guests have use of the whole Apartment. There are 4 apartments in the building. Entry is by a communal hallway and stairs up to the top floor. We live 5 miles from Whitby and can be contacted by phone or email during your stay.
There will be a lock box in the hall way so you can check in between 3pm and 10pm. Situated in the centre of Whitby with views over the harbour, you are just a stroll away from the shops, bars and restaurants that can be found in the bustling streets of this town. Enjoy the views and walk to the Whale Bones, to the seaside, or stroll through the centre of town via the swing bridge.
Whitby has a 3km golden sandy beach which is perfect for all the family whether it's catching crabs, exploring for fossils on the rocks or building sand castle replicas of the famous Whitby Abbey. Climb the 199 steps following the storyline of Bram Stokers Dracula and the beast that is said to have raced up after the shipwreck. Whitby is famous for its fish and chips, but has an abundance of cafes, bars and restaurants to suit everyone. Whitby is host to an increasing number of popular festivals including the bi-annual Goth weekender, a regatta and steampunk events to name but a few, as well as a chance to explore the older East Cliff cobbled back streets.
On the doorstep you have the awe inspiring beauty of the North York Moors National Park which is perfect for walkers to explore, or take a trip into the heart of the moorland on board a steam train. There are waterfalls to explore, olde world villages and some of the finest views in the country. Further afield you can visit the medieval walled town of York with its network of shops and bars, Jorvik Viking Centre and the National Railway Museum.
Lightwater Valley and Flamingo Land theme parks are within easy reach, as are the many coves and villages dotted along the Yorkshire Heritage Coastline, many with links to explorer James Cook. Robin Hoods Bay and Staithes are just two that have stories of old pirates and smuggling.
The train and bus station are just over the swing bridge a ten minute walk away.
There is a public car park immediately opposite and there is some free parking on Church Street.
Address: 51 Church Street, YO22 4AS Whitby, United Kingdom
Size: 25.0 m², 3 Rooms, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom
Beds: 1 King size bed, 1 Couch
Prices: 78 GBP - 250 GBP / Night
Minimum age 22 please.
Its located right in the Heart of Whitby with access to the beautiful surrounding area.
Car, train or bus.