Ideally located in the centre of the coastal town of Whitby, this duplex apartment is the perfect base for a couple.. Ground Floor:
Bedroom: With kingsize bed and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet.. First Floor:
Open plan living space.
Living area: With 55″ Freesat TV and DVD player.
Kitchen area: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge and freezer. . Electric central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Welcome pack. . Private parking for 1 car. No smoking. . This upside down, duplex apartment has been thoughtfully developed with guests in mind. Located within the seaside town of Whitby, there is an en-suite kingsize bedroom, complete with a modern shower cubicle on the ground floor, and an open plan living space on the first floor. It is bright and beautifully decorated, and boasts a private parking space which is a real bonus in Whitby. Located only 100 yards from the beach, it is just a stroll along the seafront from all the bars, restaurants and amenities that this bustling town has to offer.
Whitby is famous for its links to Dracula, and the Gothic abbey and the graveyard tower 199 steps above the town. The climb is worth the effort just to take in the fantastic views of the town and out to sea. Many events and festivals take place all year round such as the Goth Weekender, Folk Week, Whitby Regatta, which is hosting the red arrows for 2018, Steampunk festivals and many music events. There are plenty of traditional pubs to complement the wine bars, as well as many different bistros and restaurants to choose from, not forgetting award-winning fish and chips.
There is a 3 mile stretch of golden sand complete with ice cream parlours and donkey rides to enjoy, and a long pier to walk down, but if you want to get off the beaten track there are many coves and bays dotted along the North Yorkshire and Cleveland Heritage Coast to explore. Hidden gems such as Runswick Bay and Boggle Hole along with the more famous such Robin Hood’s Bay are worth a visit. There are many local walks in the area including the Cleveland Way route, and the Cinder Track across the viaduct which heads down to Robin Hood’s Bay. Head inland into the North York Moors National Park for stunning scenery and fabulous views. Local bus, car, bike or even a journey on a traditional steam train are other ways to get out and see what the area has to offer.
The Victorian seaside town of Scarborough is just down the coast with its two huge bays; North Bay for a quiet stroll watching the waves, or South Bay for amusement arcades, a fairground and a harbour. The Open Air Theatre plays host to many international artists throughout the summer months, and Peasholm Park hosts its Model Naval War on a regular basis. There are a number of golf courses, cycling tracks and country or beach walks in the local area. If history is your thing, there are many abbeys and historic places of interest throughout North Yorkshire including the Eden War Museum in Pickering. The walled city of York is just an hour’s drive away. Beach 100 yards. Shop, pub and restaurant 100 yards.