Tel: 01723 871028 / 07940 301314

Whitby is buzzing all year here are just a few suggestions

  • Buy a Whitby Gazette from any newsagent for details of what’s on at the Pavilion or Coliseum and around the Pubs.
  • Visit the Information Centre down from the Co-op supermarket for free leaflets and specific advice.
  • During the year, Whitby has many festivals such as Regatta, Folk week, Captain Cook Festival and the Gothic weekends. Great fun.
  • If the weather is fine the beach from Whitby to Sandsend is clean and safe.
  • A trip out to sea on Whitby’s old lifeboat or the Endeavour replica give you beautiful views of the coast.
  • Fishing off the pier is simple with a hand line and mussel bait from one of the tackle shops.
  • You can go out to sea for a full or half day boat fishing with tackle included and catch your own tea.
  • Heartbeat fans mustn’t miss a day out in Goathland (Aidensfield in the series).
  • At Ruswarp you can hire a rowing boat or canoe on the River Esk or ride the miniature steam railway.
  • Robin Hood’s Bay and Staithes are pretty fishing Villages both worth a visit.
  • The North York Moors Steam Railway runs from Grosmont to Pickering.
  • The stunning Great Yorkshire Forest is around 25 mins drive from whitby. More info on Dalby Forest please visit here
  • Whitby has an indoor swimming pool if you don’t fancy a dip in the sea.
  • Pannet Park Museum gives you a great sense of Whitby’s history including dinosaur fossils and model boats.
  • Captain Cooks House on Grape Lane is interesting.
  • Check out the new Abbey visitor centre before touring the Abbey.

Phone / Email

Tel: 01723 871028
Mob: 07940 301314
spwicks@btinternet.com

Dog Friendly

Dogs welcome and stay free of charge in all the cottages.
(sorry not the apartments)