Church Street Whitby Holiday Cottage sleeps four people

Church Street Cottage in Whitby is set just off the old cobbled street very near the market Recently completely renovated, the cottage can sleep four people with total comfort and isfree Wi-Fi broadband Internet fully central heated. On the basement floor there is a large kitchen and dining room, and then on the first floor a spacious lounge running from one side of the cottage to the other. Pet friendly.

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.

CHECK AVAILIABILITY for Church Street Cottage for 2017 now by choosing arrival and leaving dates below and price will show. You can also BOOK ONLINE BELOW. Full 2017 tariff for this cottage at the bottom of this page

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Cosy attic twin bedroom

Church Street cottage in Whitby lounge with twin leather sofas. Second floor double bedroom and bathroom with WC and power shower if you climb to the very top there is a hideaway attic bedroom with twin beds.WiFi broad band internet.

Throughout the premises there is full central heating and then the dining kitchen area and electric hob and microwave, stereo and CD player. The lounge has flat screen TV, DVD player, radio and a CD player.

In this location the old harbour section of Whitby guests can stop on the cobbled street to unload and the Church Street cottage is just off the old cobbled Street there the market square in Whitby. And this map shows its location move to a parking zone, there is one at the end of the street.

On the day of arrival the beds will be made up for guests, but we do not provide towels.

For people who do not wish to climb the hills of Whitby this location is ideal as being literally only 2 minutes walk to Whitby Swing Bridge where you can stroll along Pier Road. In the opposite direction walking along Church Street you pass the Market Square, one of the quaint parts of Whitby with all the little shops selling Whitby jet and other asrtifact, which ends at the famous 199 steps which lead up to St Marys Church and Whitby Abbey.

free Wi-Fi broadband InternetAlso the cottage Church Street cottage is opposite the White Horse Griffin public house the cottage is in easy walking distance to all the main Whitby tourist attractions like the beach leading to Sandsend, RNLI Lifeboat museum, Whitby Pavilion, Whitby Jet Heritage Centre, Whitby Lighthouse, and Whitby Museum which is in the beautiful Pannet Park, which is often missed but dont ! Its large and has several sections like story of how Whitby jet was mined and a large fossil and reptiles on the walls. You cannot see anything like it in another museum.

The cottage has a lot of history and is on Ellerby Lane which was used by smugglers in the past as a quick track down from Church Street to the stepping stones of the harbour across to St Anne's Staith.

the view from the attic bedroom of church Street cottageYou are very close to the Market Square the centre of old Whitby which still has a colourful variety of stalls on Saturdays, is grouped round the Town Hall and built by Nathaniel Cholmley in 1788. The Cholmley family came into ownership of most of the town after Henry VIII had possessed it, following the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1540. At the top left hand corner of the Square is a building, originally a chapel, which was made into a house after the Reformation. The Square itself replaced an older market place in 1640. The view from the lounge of church Street cottage in Whitby when the old Tollbooth was demolished. The present hall, or Tollbooth, used to house the country women with their produce and, at a later date, a pig market. The Courts Leet of the manor was held in the upper room, reached by a spiral staircase. Public whippings of thieves took place in the Square, where once stood the Stocks.

View from the lounge on the left.

Master Bedroom

Mater bedroom with view

Master Bedroom. Beds are made up, but we do not provide towels.

Bedroom wardrobes and chairs

Big dining kitchen on ground floor

Big dinning kitchen on ground floor

Shower room and wc

We are flexible taking bookings from one night onwards and to get a price now just select your dates on the check in, check out section above the availability calendar. Then if you want to book we just require a 20% deposit with the balance not due until eight weeks before the holiday. You could book online on this webpage by bankers card or over the telephone Tel 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  all bookings get an emailed receipt.

 

2017/Tariff
2 Nights
3 Nights
4 Nights
7 Nights
7 Jan - 4 Feb
178
198
218
258
4 Feb - 25 Feb
198
258
288
348
25 Feb - 8 April
188
248
278
338
8 April - 29 April
248
328
358
428
29 April - 27 May
218
278
318
378
27 May- 3 June 248 328 358 428
3 June - 1 July
198
258
288 348
1 July - 15 July
248
328
358
428
15 July - 2 Sep
308
408
458
558
2 Sep- 30 Sep
258
338
378
448
30 Sep - 21 Oct
188
248
278
338
21 Oct - 11 Nov
258
338
378
448
11 Nov - 22 Dec
178
198
218
258
Xmas 22 Dec - 6 Jan
308
408
458
558

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There are many old streets in Whitby, the oldest is Church Street which in olden times used to stretch from the town all to the Seamen's hospital where officially the town ended. It's named Church Street applies to it starting at the church stairs and going all the way through to Spittle Bridge. So in actual fact Church Street going back to 1318 A.D, was a very short street which basically only extended from the bottom of the church stairs through to the marketplace.  

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