Prince of Wales Cottage (SC69)

East Side, Whitby
8.5/10 - Rated "Very Good"
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6 Sleeps
3 Bedrooms
1 Bathrooms
Private yard
Pet friendly


Set in a cobbled cul-de-sac, half a mile from the train station in a prime Whitby location. Bring your dog and enjoy a cosy break for up to six guests.

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Newly-refurbished Prince of Wales Cottage is a deceptively spacious, traditional Whitby cottage. You’ll find it in a popular part of Whitby’s Old Town, with the cliff of St Mary’s Church and Whitby Abbey’s 199 steps metres away.

At the cottage’s heart is the well-equipped, newly-fitted modern kitchen including all the usual mod cons such as a dishwasher and washer / dryer. From here you can step out to the secluded yard and enjoy the outdoor seating area for your morning breakfast or evening drink.

Throughout, you’ll discover free Wi-Fi, beamed ceilings and tasteful décor that creates a relaxing, homely feel. The lounge diner is wonderfully spacious yet invitingly cosy. If you want a traditional seaside holiday, you’ll experience it here.

Careful, there are steep staircases, typical of the area, to the two upper floors. The first floor houses the a bedroom with King size bed, the children's room with bunk beds and the newly-fitted family bathroom with a thermostatic over-bath shower. Climb very carefully to the delightfully quirky, second floor twin and you’ll be rewarded with a glimpse over the rooftops to the sea.

For some interesting history on the Prince of Wales Cottage, please visit our 'Whitby Blog' page.


  • 1 King size bed
  • 1 Bunk beds
  • 1 Twin beds
  • 2 Cot space
  • 2 Z bed space
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Shower
  • 1 minutes' walk to the beach
  • Short walk to public car park
  • Private yard
  • Dishwasher
  • Washer / Dryer
  • Pet friendly
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Key Info

  • Check In: 5:00 pm
  • Check Out: 10:00 am
  • 24th Jul – 4th Sep
    change over day: Saturday
  • Rest of year: Any Day

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The Local Area

Once well known for fish curers and jet ornament makers, Henrietta Street remains a source of interest for its views and lighthouse. Fortune’s Kippers still trades from a few doors down, as does the Duke of York Pub whose history can be traced to the Doomsday Book! Dogs will love a walk around the Abbey grounds, Tate Hill Beach or the stroll from your car – the nearest parking is fifteen minutes away.

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40 Reviews

8.5/10 - Rated "Very Good"
Mr J, Darlington

Great last minute cottage booked with short notice. Amazing service from Anna at Shoreline Cottages who assisted in the booking. Fantastic cottage situated in a prestigious location in Whitby. Would highly recommend this company.

Mrs W, Rotherham

The cottage was lovely and warm when we arrived.

Miss L, Hull

Can't wait until we can book again for next year! Great communication with staff and smooth stay - brilliant!

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