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Caedmons Rest is in the perfect Whitby location for 2 people

This Whitby Apartment is situated right in the very heart of Old Whitby at the end of the old cobbled Church Street just before the 199 steps and the beginning of Henrietta Street. This holiday cottage is ideal for people who do not want to spend time watching the flat screen TV in its lounge but want to people watch instead, it’s ideal with its raised situation on the first and second floors and plenty of windows bringing in light and views. New on the internet for 2015.


You get a a good view of Church Street from every room in the property.

We only require a 20% deposit with the balance not due until eight weeks before the holiday. There is a full tariff lower down this page. No booking fees, no additional costs. You can also book by telephone 01274 614650 Mobile 07813779273. Or a bankers cheque to our address 11 Albion Road Idle Bradford BD10 9PY payable to Alan Davidson. We can also take PayPal payments to alan@endeavourcottage.co.uk and all bookings get an emailed receipt straight back. Available all year round for short breaks from one night to full weeks. Online bookings can only be made for 2015 so if you want to book 2016 contact us direct.

CHECK AVAILIABILITY for Caedmons Rest Apartment for any dates this year now by choosing arrival and leaving dates below and price will show also. You can also BOOK ONLINE BELOW.  

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The cottage is newly renovated in 2015 and new to the market. Easy access to all of Whitby's amenities on the flat by walking down Church Street leading to the Whitby swing bridge.

Nice views up and down Church Street and over to the Harbour

This room is the size of a bedroom but it’s used for hanging clothes up, nice view of Church Street and the sea 

At the end of Church Street right in the heart of Whitby near the famous 199 steps leading to Whitby Abbey

2015 Tariff 2 Nights 3 Nights 4 Nights 7 Nights
2 Jan - 14 Feb 168 178 198 228
14 Feb - 21 Feb 178 228 258 318
21 Feb - 28 March 168 178 258 318
28 March - 23 April 228 298 318 388
23 April - 27 April 278 368 398 468
27 April - 23 May 208 248 288 338
23 May - 30 May 248 338 388 468
30 May - 27 June 198 268 318 388
27 June - 11 July 238 308 348 398
11 July - 15 Aug 278 368 398 498
15 Aug - 29 Aug 308 408 458 558
29 Aug - 26 Sep 228 298 338 398
26 Sep - 17 Oct 178 218 258 318
17 Oct - 7 Novt 228 298 318 388
2 Nov - 19 Dec 168 178 198 228
Xmax 19 Dec - 2 Jan 278 368 398 498

On 27 August 1927 this cottage was for sale and on this l document you can see the 1000 year lease on the property which was initially set up by the Cholmley family who took ownership of Whitby Abbey and its land after the dissolution of the monasteries in 1539 living in the lodgings behind the Abbey until they built the Banqueting House costing the small fortune at the time of £232,000. Their wealth came from the local alum industry and Sir Hugh Cholmley's involvement in building a fortified harbour wall in the English colony of Tangiers. Whitby Abbey attracts huge crowds along with its visitor center, which is built in the shell of the 17th Century house nestling behind Whitbys medieval Abbey. On 30 March 2000 the center was officially opened, marking the end of the Whitby Abbey's Headland project to give public access to natural beauty and history and architectural past of this beautiful North Yorkshire coast.

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