Tipple Cottage

East Side, Whitby
9.2/10 - Rated "Fantastic"
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Offers Available

  • Pets stay FREE. Book your Summer 2020 break with just a 20% deposit

    Pets stay FREE. Book your Summer 2020 break with just a 20% deposit

    • Offer starts: 30/09/2019
    • Offer ends: 01/11/2019
    • Holiday to be taken between 17/07/2020 and 31/08/2020
    • £1.00 discount
    • 2 free pets
    • Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer
    • Reduced deposit of 20%
  • Xmas Festive Breaks – 10% Discount Now Available

    Xmas Festive Breaks – 10% Discount Now Available

    • Offer starts: 20/10/2019
    • Offer ends: 14/11/2019
    • Holiday to be taken between 20/12/2019 and 27/12/2019
    • 10.00% discount
    • Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer
  • 20% off remaining October & November breaks at selected properties

    20% off remaining October & November breaks at selected properties

    • Offer starts: 30/09/2019
    • Offer ends: 28/10/2019
    • Holiday to be taken between 01/10/2019 and 30/11/2019
    • 20% discount
    • Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer
  • 10% midweek discount

    10% midweek discount

    • Offer starts: 01/12/2018
    • Offer ends: 31/12/2019
    • Holiday to be taken between 01/01/2019 and 31/12/2019
    • % discount
Cottage
4 Sleeps
2 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
Sea view
Private parking

Overview

You’d be hard pressed to find a better seaside cottage in Whitby. Tipple Cottage is a superbly restored two-bed cottage with enviable sea views and close to Whitby Abbey Steps.

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Description

Without doubt, Tipple Cottage is one of Whitby’s most interesting properties. It has been beautifully restored to luxurious standards but beware – it’s called Tipple Cottage for a reason! The 200-year-old cottage has sloping windows caused by slippage a century ago and typically steep, winding staircases. If you’re after creature comforts and original features, you’ll get it in spadefuls here.

There are uninterrupted seascapes from most rooms - from the attic twin to the cosy ground floor lounge diner, with its log-burning stove for extra comfort in the winter months. The master double bedroom has an en suite and, along with the fresh family bathroom as well as the downstairs cloakroom, makes the cottage ideal for two couples or a family of four.

We particularly love the neat galley kitchen and the fact you can kick off your sandy shoes in the porch. Plus there's free Wi-Fi, a southeast-facing rear patio and seating area. When you want the finest smoked kippers or bacon for breakfast, you only have to stroll a few doors down to the famous Fortune's Smokehouse!

On top of all this, there’s an allocated parking space outside. In fact, everything about Tipple Cottage will make you wish it were your forever home.


Features

  • Luxury
  • 1 Double bed (with en suite)
  • 2 Single beds
  • 1 Cot space
  • 1 Z-bed space
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Shower
  • 1 Downstairs WC
  • Sea view
  • Wood burning stove
  • 1 Private parking space
  • Private yard
  • Dishwasher
  • Washer/dryer
  • Strictly no pets
  • Wifi
  • Logs provided for one evening
Disability access statement

Key Info

  • Check In: 4:00 pm
  • Check Out: 10:00 am
  • 18th Jul – 5th Sep
    change over day: Saturday
  • Rest of year: Any Day

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All prices exclude special offers

The Local Area

Park your car in the adjacent space and leave it fee free for the week. Whitby’s gems - Fortune’s Kippers and the Captain Cook Memorial Museum – can be discovered on foot. You'll overlook the harbour lighthouses towards the West Cliffe, and be a stone’s throw from Whitby Abbey. This row of cottages was probably known to Bram Stoker when he wrote Dracula! Walk to cafes, bakeries and newsagents or drive to the supermarket near the station for groceries.

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42 Reviews

9.2/10 - Rated "Fantastic"
Mr F, Scunthorpe

Lovely stay in Tipple Cottage. Well equipped and lovely location. We came in the coldest weather but the cottage was warm & welcoming. Lovely view and some nice places to eat. Would definitely return.

Mr & Mrs I, Australia

Well, we survived the "Beast from the East'! Lovely cosy, warm, comfortable cottage. We had lots of snow, wind and ice. Loved the view of the wild seas crashing over the breakwater. Easy to get into town and get around. Cottage was everything we hoped for and more. Thank you!

Mrs G, Loughborough

Love this cottage. So comfortable, but quirky. Think the owners have done a fabulous job. Nice walk to Robin Hood Bay via the 'cinder trail' & also to Saltwick Bay on the 'Cleveland Way'. Good fish and chips at Trenchers.

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