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The Railway Cottages
4 newly built cottages close together sleeping 2 to 16 (+ 4 in sofa beds)
The railway cottages have been
built in stages from 2009 to 2011. They now provide comfortable accommodation
for couples, families and larger groups.
Position. The cottages are set behind the Co-op car park. To reach them turn down Windsor Terrace which is between the railway station and the bus station.
Facilities. The cottages each offer private off road parking for 1 car. Private outside patios. Views over the railway line and the harbour to the old East side of Whitby.
Trains. The cottages are built to modern sound insulation standards. If you aren't interested in trains you wont be disturbed by them but for those that are interested you are in for a treat. Steam trains run along the line and the engines shunt in front of the cottages providing good photo opportunities.
Accommodation. The cottages have an upstairs Lounge/Kitchen/Diner to take advantage of the views. Upstairs there is also a cloakroom. Downstairs there is a large master bedroom with a door out on to the patio. There is also a twin bedded room and a pretty bathroom.
Prices. The weekly rent rages from £370 to £695 (equivalent to £13 per person per night - 4 sharing out of season). Short breaks are available from November to June excluding School holidays. Prices are £275 for 2 nights or £300 for 3 nights. Prices are all inclusive - no hidden extras at all.
Dogs. You are welcome to bring your well behaved dog as long you adhere to our terms. We do not charge for dogs. We do not ask for an extra deposit.
Poppy Nook and Sunbeam Cottages
Railway Mews and Thyme Out rear view
Thyme out and Railway Mews front view
Poppy Nook and Sunbeam Cottages have been enjoyed by our guests for nearly 2 years now and the owners have now purchased 2 more cottages in the final phase of the build. The 2 new cottages are called Thyme Out and Railway Mews and are next door to each other. They are decorated and ready for Occupation. They meet or exceed the standards of the first 2 cottages.
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