Please find below holiday cottages on the Yorkshire Coast. All
these cottages are less than a mile from the coast.
Blow away the cobwebs with an exhilarating cliff-top walk along
the Heritage Coast, where spectacular crashing waves and tiny
smugglers' coves will take your breath away! Just one of the
many things you can enjoy on a Yorkshire Coast cottage
Bordering the North York Moors National Park, Yorkshire's glorious coastline stretches over 100 miles - a mass of towering cliffs, rocky bays and sandy beaches, punctuated by quaint fishing villages and established seaside resorts. Strong maritime customs prevail and the coastal calendar sees fishing festivals and colourful regattas, while water activities range from angling and diving to sailing and windsurfing.
Something for everyone on the Yorkshire Coast
For non-stop family fun, first-class attractions and superb
surfing, Scarborough hits the spot. Filey, too, is a family
favourite, a small Edwardian resort boasting five miles of
sensational sandy beach. Step back in time to the days of Captain
Cook in the historic port of Whitby. It's very charming, very
atmospheric and a very fashionable place to stay. What's more,
you can play great golf on fairways overlooking the sea.
Picturesque villages to look out for include Runswick Bay,
Staithes and Robin Hood's Bay, a quintessential fishing village
hugging the rocky shores with teeny cobbled streets lined with
delightful eateries and stylish galleries. On the beach at low
tide, Jurassic rocks reveal fascinating fossils.
From sea-shanty inns and gourmet seafood restaurants to
traditional fish and chips eaten out of paper, expect to eat well
on the Yorkshire Coast.
So, whether it's a family get-together or a romantic escape,
our Yorkshire Coast cottages promise a
truly memorable holiday.