Mariners Cottage (SC15)
- 10% midweek discount
10% midweek discount
- Offer starts: 01/06/2020
- Offer ends: 20/12/2021
- Holiday to be taken between 01/01/2020 and 18/12/2020
- % discount
Last minute deals Available
- CHRISTMAS BREAK! Mariner’s Cottage – 23 December, 4 nights £650
CHRISTMAS BREAK! Mariner’s Cottage – 23 December, 4 nights £650
- Holiday starts 23/12/2020
- For 4 nights
A charming and dog-friendly Whitby holiday cottage, tucked away on Silver Street. Stone steps and narrow alleyways lead you to the quayside, whilst a short saunter takes you into Flowergate and Whitby's shops.Add to shortlist Share
Our typical seaside cottage is within walking distance of the West Cliff, Whalebone Arch and miles of sandy beach. There’s even a free parking spot - a rarity amongst town centre accommodation.
Mariner’s Cottage is set over three floors and full of charm and original features. There are three bedrooms: a twin and a children’s room with bunk beds on the first floor and a bedroom with king size bed on the top floor, with its own en suite and views of Whitby Abbey. The house bathroom is on the first floor and has an over-bath electric shower for continuous hot water. Take care on the steep, winding stairs and duck for the occasional low beam - character comes in bucket loads here!
We love the mix of the bright and welcoming kitchen diner and the relaxing cosy living room with its big comfy sofas, oak beams, and decorative fireplace. If you're after luxury accommodation, Mariner's isn't for you but it's definitely well positioned for exploring the town and somewhere comfortable to nestle down after a day’s sightseeing.
For some interesting history on Mariner's Cottage, please visit our 'Whitby Blog' page.
- Check In: 5:00 pm
- Check Out: 10:00 am
- 17th Jul – 4th Sep
change over day: Saturday
- Rest of year: Any Day
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The Local Area
Leave your car in its secure space and take the two-minute stroll to the nearest shops. It’s a fifteen-minute walk to the train station for a nostalgic steam journey to Pickering. There’s a large Co-op in the centre, local shops and a market selling freshly caught produce and Yorkshire fare that you must sample. For real ale, we recommend The Pier Inn, but there are plenty of others to choose from!
Please note that the exact location of the property may differ slightly from the map.