Sleeps up to: 5+1
A superb Whitby townhouse, centrally located, boasting stunning views of the Abbey and harbour and providing luxury accommodation, recently fully renovated and refurbished and beautifully furnished throughout.
Ground floor: fabulous open plan kitchen with seating area; French doors leading to a large terrace with stunning views over the to the Abbey and harbour – ideal for sun bathing, al fresco dining or just to sit and enjoy the view.
First floor: beautiful sitting room with flat screen TV; twin bedroom, luxury house bathroom fully tiled in Travertine marble.
Second floor: master bedroom, small double bedroom, luxury shower room fully tiled in Travertine marble.
All bed linens and towels included. Free wi-fi available.
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Pecks Cottage is situated off of Cliff Street in the West Cliff area of Whitby and boasts lovely Abbey and harbour views and is only five minutes walk away from the historic town centre.
The local Whitby visitor centre is very close for you to pop in and get help or advice on all local events and happenings. The town is famous for its Festival weekends, Regatta Week and Folk weeks, not forgetting the hugely popular and fun ‘Goth’ weekends. The new Abbey visitor centre and the Captain Cook museum are a must for all visitors.
The North Yorkshire Steam Railway has links from Whitby and Pannett Park and the museums are well worth a visit for local Whitby history and the famous Dinosaur fossils.
Both Whitby and Sandsend have the top ‘Blue Flag’ rated beaches, for cleanliness and safety.
Fishing is another of the Whitby pastimes, where you can hire a boat and tackle for a day in the North Sea or you can join the many enthusiasts with their simple lines trying their luck off the Pier.
A short sea trip is available with the speedboat ‘Velocity’ or try the replica galleon ‘Endeavour’ or the many other vessels which take you on a short coastal trip – one of which includes a lovely sunset trip on the ‘Esk Belle’.
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