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Owners Cottages Whitby

Boatyard Cottage - Owners Direct - Whitby

Owners Cottages Whitby 8 cottages and 4 apartments all set around Whitby harbour and officially rated 4 or 5 star. Dogs are welcome and stay free in the cottages. 5 properties have private parking. Prices from £250 week Orchard Cottage, High Street, Cloughton, Scarborough, YO13 0AE Telephone: 01723 871028 Email Owners Cottages – spwicks@btinternet.com Cuddy […]

Sandbeck Whitby

Sandbeck Whitby Piers

Sandbeck Whitby 1 & 2 Crescent Terrace West Cliff, Whitby, North Yorkshire YO21 3EL Telephone: 01947 604012 Email: thesandbeck@googlemail.com Kay and David Gallagher welcome you to ‘THE SANDBECK’ – a boutique style B&B on the sea front in the coastal town of Whitby in North Yorkshire. Where else in Whitby can you sit back and directly from […]

The Leeway Whitby

The Leeway Whitby

The Leeway Whitby Address: 1 Havelock Place, Whitby, YO21 3ER Telephone: 01947 602604, Email: enquiries@theleeway.co.uk Enjoy a relaxing break at our multi award winning Guest House, with spacious contemporary en-suite rooms. Start your stay with a slice of our home made cake and in the morning indulge in our freshly prepared and locally sourced breakfast.

Harbourside Holiday Cottages Whitby

Harbourside Holiday Cottages

Harbourside Holiday Cottages Whitby Address: Whitby, North Yorkshire. Telephone: 01757 700898 Email: Harbourside Holiday Cottages Cosy and comfortable pet friendly accommodation, our 2 ‘olde worlde’ cottages represent superb value for couples or singletons looking to spend some time in wonderful Whitby. Located near the harbour, with street parking nearby. From £210 to £388 for full […]

Whitby Archives Heritage Centre

Whitby Whale bones on West Cliff

Whitby Archives Heritage Centre This heritage centre contains historic photographs and artifacts from Whitby and North Yorkshire area. It contains family and local history departments, an exhibition hall and also a heritage shop. They are holders of the entire collection of the regional newspaper “Whitby Gazette” and home to the original West Cliff historic whalebone […]

Whitby Swing Bridge

Swing Bridge in Whitby

Whitby Swing Bridge The River Esk has been crossed by bridges at this location for centuries. A grant made by King Edward III in 1351 allowed the collection of tolls for the maintenance of a bridge. By the mid 1550s the tolls averaged around £6 per annum (£2,033 as of 2015). In 1629 an agreement […]

Whitby Whale Bones

Whitby Whale bones on West Cliff

Whitby Whale Bones On the West Cliff is a statue of Captain James Cook who served his apprenticeship in the town, and a whalebone arch, commemorates the whaling industry. It is the second such arch, the original is preserved in Whitby Archives Heritage Centre.

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