Looking for something a little bit special on your next trip to Whitby? These stunning boutique cottages in Whitby are definitely worth considering.
In among the Abbey, the harbour and the beaches, the historic town of Whitby boasts an impressive array of self-catering options at the more luxurious end of the scale. So if you’re looking for a boutique cottage experience for your Yorkshire holiday, look no further; we’ve picked out a few boutique cottages in Whitby that tick those extra special boxes.
This beautiful property is a 1-minute walk from the beach. Located in Whitby, just 2.4 miles from Whitby Abbey, Boutique Balcony provides beachfront accommodation with free WiFi. The property is 1.2 miles from Whitby Lighthouse and 1.3 miles from Sneaton Castle. The apartment is equipped with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, bed linen, towels, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, and a balcony with sea views.
The Old Bakery
The Old Bakery shows off with a skylit open plan living space and a comfy corner leather sofa, a generous dining table and, to top it off, a Scrabble set. There’s also a roof terrace with ample seating; a perfect vantage point to enjoy views across historic town together. Excellently located, The Old Bakery is also a mere 1-minute walk from Captain Cook Memorial Museum and just 350 yards from Whitby Lighthouse.
Nutshell Boutique Cottage
Small and perfectly formed, the one-bedroom Nutshell exudes nautical charm from the galley kitchen all the way up to the mezzanine bedroom. Comfort is not spared in this Victorian conversion, with underfloor heating in the wet room, the cosy living space and a tiny outdoor patio, overlooking the local church. Due to the 16 steps leading to the entrance and the spiral staircase to the mezzanine bedroom, it may not be suitable for those with limited mobility.
Tastefully decorated in a calming palette of grey, white and black, the one-bedroomed Marina View is a really peaceful retreat. Get a great night’s sleep in the king-size bed and enjoy the goodies in the welcome pack. With fabulous views across Whitby Harbour and the historic Abbey, there’s no excuse not to climb the 199 Steps up the Abbey and sample the local seafood treats. There’s also a private parking spot for guests.
Beyond The Harbour
Beyond the Harbour is a 4 bedroom Victorian townhouse recently refurbished to a high standard with quality fixtures and fittings. The property is in a great location, only a 5-10 min stroll to the harbour. On the first floor, there is a king-size room and main bathroom. On the second floor, they have a double room and a twin room. The fourth room is on the ground floor and has a double sofa bed, this room doubles up as a second living room when the sofa bed is not required. The main living room and second bathroom are also on the ground floor. The fully equipped kitchen and dining room are on the lower ground floor.
Central Park Place
A two-bedroom, two-bathroom Victorian conversion, Central Park Place is a perfect boutique option for a group or family trip. Cook up a storm in the well-equipped galley kitchen or kick back in the living room and enjoy the views over the adjacent Pannett Park. During your stay, we definitely recommend you pay the park a visit, which hosts Whitby Museum, an art gallery, and fantastic views across the town.
With great views over Whitby harbour, The Boathouse is a converted pump house that has a narrow bridge linking it to the mainland. It sleeps 2 and offers a romantic getaway in the middle of Whitby’s old town. The accommodation comprises of 3 levels starting at the bottom with the cellar kitchen with quality solid oak units and all mod cons. You enter the property through the middle floor and here you can find the living-dining area with an electric fire leading to a large decked patio with dining furniture overlooking the harbour. This is the perfect place to snuggle up with your loved one after a stroll around Whitby in an evening.
These boutique holiday cottages in Whitby are a great place to start if you’re looking for a luxury break in this historic seaside town. If you’ve stayed in any of these cottages, please let us know about your experience in the comments below.