With supreme elegance, incredible style and impressive attention to detail, Whitby Townhouse offers a fantastic, luxurious stay for eight lucky guests and up to two of their furry friends. Located in the very heart of Whitby, rubbing shoulders with Bagdale Hall, the second oldest building in town, Whitby Townhouse enjoys all of the town’s iconic attractions on the doorstep. Its generous rooms are spread over three floors plus you will enjoy a pretty courtyard and summerhouse for alfresco living.
As soon as you arrive at this immaculate, incredibly smart townhouse, you will know you are not going to be disappointed. Whitby Townhouse oozes elegant appeal. It is a traditional townhouse that has been meticulously designed internally to give you an incredibly relaxing stay. Every space is beautiful and the furnishings are sublime. You can sink into the plushest sofa, curl up on sumptuous leather armchair, lie back on a lavish bed and discover serenity and complete relaxation.
Your generous living room is beautifully decorated in pewter and brown tones with gorgeous sofas and chairs, a feature fireplace and a gorgeous mirror. It is a wonderfully social space, perfect for family games or afternoon tea by the fire. The television offers Sky channels. The immaculate kitchen diner offers top notch appliances including a range cooker. The butler sink gleams and the chef in your group will be totally delighted. Even the most discerning of chefs would be impressed. A comfy bench corner seating area around the dining table ensures there is plenty of space for all at mealtimes plus there is another feature fire adding to the charming atmosphere.
The Yorkshire flagstones lead you to your small, private courtyard complete with a cosy, furnished summer house and a barbecue. It is the perfect spot for a breath of fresh air and to enjoy the Whitby sunshine with your furry friends.
The bedrooms are located on the first and second floors, all offering elegance and charm. The master suite at the top of the house is a dreamy space with a characterful ceiling, chandeliers and a sumptuous king-size bed. Its en-suite bathroom is superb with a gorgeous chandelier over the freestanding bath. Two of the other bedrooms enjoy king-size beds and the last offers comfy twins. All of the beds are beautifully dressed in luxury linens and stunning soft furnishings that complement the decor. All bedrooms boast smart televisions with Sky packages. One of the other bedrooms enjoys an immaculate en-suite bathroom and there is a beautiful family bathroom and a downstairs cloakroom. You will just love this little palace! You are even offered a parking permit for your car!
All you need to do next is open your regal front door to discover the delights of Whitby. Apart from the 199 steps to the Gothic abbey, the HMS Endeavour, the Whitby Museum, the famous Magpie Cafe, the beaches, the bustling harbour and the quirky narrow streets are all on your doorstep.
Whitby Townhouse enjoys a prime central position in Whitby, a town that offers something more than your typical coastal seaside resort. Whitby is famous for its connections to Bram Stoker’s Dracula and Captain Cook and boasts a Gothic culture. Its charming, quirky, narrow cobbled streets are brimming with independent shops and numerous eateries and pubs. The majestic ruins of Whitby Abbey overlook the town. There is a monument to Captain James Cook up on West Cliff where he is looking out to sea. You can also visit the Captain Cook Memorial Museum and learn more about his life and time in Whitby.
You should definitely expect to encounter a hill or two in Whitby, not to mention the 199 steps to the abbey and St Mary’s Church. There are plenty of excellent restaurants including the famous Magpie Cafe where you will frequently see queues outside. This renowned quirky restaurant enjoys numerous levels and offers many seafood dishes as well as the delicious, traditional fish and chips.
Visitors enjoy classic seaside fun with crabbing, sandcastle building and walks along the pier, not to mention the amusement arcades. Just along from the main town and harbour you will discover the lovely sandy beaches of Sandsend and Runswick Bay. Sandsend was originally two villages, Sandsend and East Row. There are several delightful cafes for cups of tea and lunches.
The picturesque old fishing village of Robin Hood’s Bay is just six miles south of Whitby . It is very attractive and definitely Instagram worthy with a sandy beach, rock pools, ancient fossils, narrow twisting cobbled streets and alleyways. You can easily imagine the fishermen and smugglers walking the streets hundreds of years ago. It is quite easy to get lost in the little warren of lanes lined with old fisherman’s cottages. Most have now been renovated. The village enjoys a good range of cafes, pubs and restaurants as well as charming, unique shops.
Staithes is also a picture postcard unmissable village, clinging to the hillside and boasting winding cobbled streets, 18th century cottages and characterful pubs. This fabulous coastal village was once one the largest fishing ports in the North East but now it is a wonderful hillside gem perfect for exploring Yorkshire’s cliff top paths and the rock pools on the small sandy beach.
There are many stunning coastal and country walks, cycle paths and 800km of bridleways close to Whitby. You will be amazed at the peaceful and tranquil countryside of the North York Moors National Park.