Views over the River Esk towards the 199 steps leading up to Whitby Abbey and out to sea, the views are unrivalled in Whitby. Pet Friendly with free parking scratch cards, wireless broadband, and Sky TV package.
The view from the lounge and master bedroom.
A spacious apartment with comfortable seating and 40 inch flat screen TV, and Wi-Fi fast speed broadband. It could not be more central been literally only 20 meters from Whitby Bridge next to the River Esk. The side entrance to the apartment is at the bottom of the small walk -through from Flowergate to Pier Road called St. Anne's Staith. Once inside there are with only four steps into the first floor. The shop, beneath the apartment totally sounds proofed so there will be no noise from the boutique shop. In the photographs above, you can see this is a very old building which has been a constant part of Whitby's history.
A Juliet balcony overlooking the Harbour, brand new very large quality kitchen fitted. We have kept the large front bedroom harbour views with en suite bathroom and WC fully tiled.
The rear bedroom is still a twin bedroom also with en suite shower room and WC fully tiled. In the lounge downstairs there is a high quality sofa bed allowing six people to sleep in total. So the tariff has increased slightly, but we know it will represent fantastic value for money.
WHitby Harbour Tour
After a complete refurbishment this apartment in the prime location in Whitby on the harbour front looking towards Whitby Abbey is now open againBook Now
Whitby Side Apartment separate dining room can seat six people around the table
Master bedroom you can hear the sea lapping up against the harbour wall. Beds are made up, but we do not provide towels.
A Juliet balcony overlooking the Harbour
Beds are made up, but we do not provide towels. En suite bathrooms to both bedrooms this one with a shower
En suite bathrooms to both bedrooms this one with a bath.
Harbour Side Apartment Twin Bedroom
Both bathrooms fully tiled
Open windows and hear the sea lapping up against the harbour wall. The building has been a constant part of Whitby's history