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Foresters House

(Ref. 1015670)

Whitby, North York Moors & Coast Show on map

4.2

Sykes rating

  • 6 Guests

  • 3 Bedrooms

  • 2 Bathrooms

  • Pets Yes

Features

  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

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54 Customer Reviews

  • "Our 4th stay there, love the location and comfy beds (one thing that has generally been an issue everywhere else we have stayed)."

    WiFi drops out frequently but we don’t go to Whitby for that lol. We will no doubt book again soon!

    Reviewed by James5.0Oct 2023

  • "The property was ideal for 4 persons as it had 2 separate showers,had everything ..."

    The property was ideal for 4 persons as it had 2 separate showers,had everything we required in the kitchen,nice and clean and the location was right in the centre off whitby

    Reviewed by Paul4.4Sep 2023

  • "Loved the character and location of the property and enjoyed my stay."

    The only negative was the noise from outside audible in the front bedroom. Delivery lorries and council vehicles woke me from 6 am every morning (and pub stragglers in the early hours kept me awake). I can't blame the owners for this but it was a nuisance.

    Reviewed by David3.8Sep 2023

  • "There is rubbish all over the alley directly outside the front door which make you feel that you are entering a slum property."

    Having talked to the neighbours opposite, they say this happens often as it it dumped by other holiday properties in the alley and then attacked by seagulls and rats leaving a huge mess that is a very unwelcome entrance. Inside the hallway smells. The flat was not cleaned thoroughly prior to our arrival. The dining table and kitchen floor was sticky and the chairs had crumbs all over them. The window sills are filthy in the kitchen and the pillow cases in the main room had marks on them. There’s no hair dryer! The tefal frying pan is so worn that the tefal is flaking off which is actually a Heath hazard and needs replacing. A point of concern- where is the fire escape?! There’s one exit. The windows are painted shut in the lounge which is a potential exit point. We have rented from Sykes in the past but this is the first time we’ve felt the need to complain. It is an expensive property for the standard. While we appreciate it’s an old flat it is overpriced and in need of attention- especially sorting out the rubbish problem with the neighbours.

    Reviewed by Marianne2.5Sep 2023

  • "We have booked through Sykes many times over the years and have never had a bad property yet but this one was extra special."

    What an amazing, lovely old building! The location was perfect, we could not have been nearer to all that Whitby has to offer and yes it was a little noisy first thing in the morning in the front bedroom but that's to be expected right in the heart of the town. The property has so much character and period features, the wonky floors gave us all a laugh as well as the extra large top step from the ground floor, but it all adds to the charm. Hats off to whoever fitted the kitchen too, would not have been an easy job! The kitchen was very well equipt, loads of glasses, cups, cutlery etc. The lounge was very comfy and cosy and a good place to relax after a long day of sightseeing. It was great to have the 2 bathrooms too and the whole place was spotlessly clean. Very comfy beds and lovely white linen and towels. We managed to get parked in the car park on Church Street, maybe 100 yards from the property (and only £9 for 24 hours) but as those who have been to Whitby before will know parking is at a premium unless you're on the outskirts so we were very pleased to get a space so close. We would not hesitate in booking this property again but I feel like I shouldn't have left such a glowing review as this lovely property will be booked up solid and I want to go again soon!

    Reviewed by Jane5.0Jul 2023

  • "This is definitely not a 5 star accommodation."

    The property is in desperate need of some work. The skirting boards we're filthy in every room from muck to food stains/drips. The stairs/rails look like they hadn't been cleaned for months with black muck marks and a thick layer of dog hair gathering around thw bottom spinals. The kitchen is way smaller than perceived in the pictures, no cupboard space to store groceries, markings on the cooker had worn away so took a few attempts and a google search for instructions. The sofa cushions were so saggy and would just sag off the sofa as soon as you sat down leaving it very uncomfortable, sofa also needs a good hoover as bits and hair under cushions too. Space very tight in one of the twin rooms between beds making it difficult to get in and out, especially during night for the bathroom. Windows and sills were really dirty. Unable to open windows to let some fresh air in especially on a hot day. It was very noisy from delivery trucks and vans up and down street in main double bedroom and sitting room from as early as 5am each morning. Welcome parcel left with tea bags, biscuits and a fruit cake pleasant enough but would of been more useful to have milk and possibly a small loaf instead with a check in time of 5pm. I wouldn't recommend this property for those who find steps difficult due to stairs leading up to kitchen as they were steep with the top step beingva much bigger drop than rest. Padlock on bin outside is also not easy to use with having to pull a bar out to gain access after unlocking, again not recommended for those with grip issues. Main bathroom shower started to leak on Wednesday night straight through the light fitting in hallway between sitting room and kitchen. Had to make several phone calls and leave messages. Plumber arrived in quick time once reported. Parking is an absolute nightmare, scratchcard parking passes issued for week, allowing free parking in the W zones which were on the opposite side near the Whale Bones. Must compliment the clean bedding. Overall really disappointed as pictures are not a true reflection on size, decor/maintenance and cleanliness of the property.

    Thank you for your comments, we value your feedback. We are sorry the cleaning was not up to the standard we would expect. Had you contacted us during your stay, we would have sent the cleaners back round to rectify the issues. The cleaning company have been contacted. Regarding the hob, thank you for your comments, we will get some new labels to make it easier to use. The windows can be opened so we will look into this to see if there is an issue. The property page on the website does clearly state that their are stairs so people are aware. The comments about the sofa have been passed on to to owner. This property is advertised at a 4 tick rating. We are once again sorry about the issue with the leak, the plumber attended quickly to resolve it. Thank you for your comments. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Louise1.3Jun 2023

  • "Great property."

    Amazing location if you want to be central and nicely finished with blankets, linens and cushions. Kitchen also well eqipped with oil, salt, pepper, cafetiere etc. Great to have two barhrooms too. Shower was amazing. It is noisy early on ( as early as 6ish for the refuse collectors) due to the single glazing but we knew that from the reviews. TV was tricky and the DVD player didn't work at all-fortunately the weather was great so it wasn't a bother. Parking was the usual Whitby nightmare so just ended up paying to park (£9 per day). Biggest bugbear however was the check in time of 5pm and the check out time of 10am. Come on guys- thats a little tight isn't it? We felt like we lost two days. Surely check-in could be 3 and check out 11? Ultimately a lovely stay though- the best part of town with lovely shops, bars and restaurants all around.

    Reviewed by Rose5.0May 2023

  • "Lovely property."

    Easy check in/out. All the little extras provided eg washing up liquid, salt & pepper, tea towel , oven mit. Perfect location, central but away from the main bar area so not noisy at all for Whitby. Beautifully clean and in a good state of repair. Only thing to replace would be a tin opener as the 2 provided don’t work. Excellent stay & property. We are regulars to Whitby and have stayed in quite a few apartments, this is definitely our favourite. We will be back.

    Reviewed by Zoe4.7Apr 2023

  • "Overall the accommodation was lovely."

    Great location, spacious and very well equipped..Standard and comfort of furnishings was great and definitely worth the star rating. Our only bug bear was the television which it can only be said was a real pain!!Although my husband is very savvy with technology it really tested him. Dongle issue needs looking at urgently.

    Reviewed by Elaine4.7Mar 2023

  • "Great location very clean the floorboards are a bit uneven, but it is an old cottage Great stay would go back"

    Reviewed by David5.0Nov 2022

  • "Had a great holiday."

    Very central The place was immaculate and clean There is no off road parking and no place to take a dog to stay. The only thing I would say. Down the alley where front door is the eating place opposite-have put their big bin next to the cottage door and it smelt bad all week. But deff recommended had a great time ⭐️

    Reviewed by Janice4.7Jul 2022

  • "Great Location and accessibility."

    quaint cottage and had everything we needed.

    Reviewed by Julian5.0Jan 2022

  • "Hugely enjoyable break."

    Obviously a great location, but also a really nice property. Very cosy and likeable. So nice of the hosts to leave gifts, including tea, chocolates, cookies etc. We would certainly stay there again. There were some very minor issues, including loose internal door handles, etc, but otherwise we really recommend this place. The location is right in the middle of the centre of Whitby and the kind of property I could easily live in. It's an old building, so nothing is straight, but that's part of the pleasure with it's history.

    Reviewed by Patrick5.0Dec 2021

  • "A bit more information on parking would be useful."

    Thought I was in the green zone but still got a parking ticket. Also, information on being able to park outside property to quickly unload would have been helpful.

    Reviewed by Alison4.4Oct 2021

  • "We loved our stay at Foresters House."

    The only thing that disappointed were the twin rooms. We were a party of adults & felt that the house was more suited to families with one adult couple & their children. We would book again but, only for 2 of us. The large en suite bedroom is beautiful & the lounge below, looking out onto Church Street, makes you really feel in the centre of Whitby life! Linens & towels top quality & everything we needed was provided. Key collection was easy & we found a great welcome pack on our arrival. Overall, fabulous experience! Thank you x

    Reviewed by Sarah4.1Sep 2021

  • "Property was very nice and clean, great location but the front bedroom needs secondery glassing installing as the deliverys woke us up every morning from 06."

    00 onwards.

    Reviewed by David4.4Aug 2021

  • "I feel as though Sykes Holiday Cottages are more interested in the money."

    This is the second year I have been in the same cottage, last year the cottage was filthy, this year was a lot cleaner but it's not just the cleanliness. The cottage is in need of quite a few cosmetic repairs which were also there last year. The ensuite tap was broken which was noted in the guest book in June. The main shower leaked through the ceiling. I would have expected a cottage this size would have more than one key and also the key safe number ought to be changed I used the same code as last year. I called into Whitby Yorkshire Coastal Cottages/Sykes to report the faults. Unfortunately what usually happens is the owners blame the agents and the agents blame the owners. Foresters House price has gone up again this year but it wasn't worth what I paid last year.

    Reviewed by Jayne3.8Aug 2021

  • "This is a nice house, but we feel it should be made clear in the listing that it is above a shop, meaning that there is a steep flight of stairs leading to kitchen from front door."

    The three bedrooms and the two bathrooms are then on the 2nd floor. Although there is a 'courtyard' mentioned, this is the cobbled entrance alley way. For those with dogs, it is shared and is not enclosed. There is no area for dog toileting. I walked our dog to near-by dog friendly beach every morning, before the crowds emerged in the street outside the house. As mentioned in previous reviews, there is street noise, more so for those in the front master bedroom. House is very well equipped kitchen wise and beds quite comfortable. I would not describe this as a luxury place to stay, but is nice. It isn't peaceful, but is a fun place to be in the nicer and less commercial side of the harbour in walking distance to Abbey, Cleveland coastal walk, harbour beach and main beach. There are many nice places to eat out, but most places currently require booking in advance. I found the main bathroom and kitchen floors to be dirty and had to clean old food from edges of kitchen to stop dog from sniffing and trying to get underneath. Bathroom floor was very grubby which was disappointing. Please note, that although advertised are parking permits for the property, I found a free parking space in the permit area on only one occasion in the 7 days we were there. (Please bare in mind that we stayed in peak summer time during school holidays). There are a very limited number of spaces for permit holders and they are a ten minute walk away. A local resident and businessman told us that local businesses are using these spaces, rather than them being available for visitors to Whitby. There is plenty of pay and display parking with long-stay car-parks that charge £9 for 24 hours. We did this on occasion. Or you can pay the council in advance for £7 per day tickets for council car parks. There is one row of about 30 spaces along Church Street that is unrestricted, but spaces rarely appeared. Be careful of the restricted area with-in the white lines though, as there is very poor signage that states 40 minute stay only. As a visitor, I was unaware and given a parking fine. All in all, it was a nice stay and would recommend, as long as you don't mind a quirky type house that is old and with very uneven floors. Just a little added cleaning would be appreciated prior to arrival.

    Reviewed by Joanne3.8Aug 2021

  • "Two things: 1) Car parking is difficult, although the owners left parking "scratch cards" they failed to mention where the appropriate parking zones actually were - they took a bit of finding."

    2) The property is very old and, as a consequence, has very uneven floors and two flights of stairs within - anyone with mobility issues would have struggled in the property.

    Reviewed by Maurice1.6May 2021

  • "Great location not far from the car park (if you can find a space) very clean and really comfy beds."

    Lots of living space

    Reviewed by James5.0Oct 2020

  • "The property was great, very convenient for bars, restaurants, shops and other amenities."

    It was well equipped and comfortable. With that convenience though come a couple of drawbacks that could have been made clearer in the description; early morning noise and parking. Every morning from 06:00 street cleaners, refuse collectors and assorted commercial vehicles pass, and stop outside of, the property. As the master bedroom is at the front this is quite disturbing. Parking is also not straightforward; yes, the property comes with permits but the permit parking is on the other side of the river and is always very busy. The nearest car park is also busy, it was hit or miss as to whether a space would come free. Neither issue spoiled our holiday, but they could have been made clearer in the description however. The description also mentions a hamper of Yorkshire produce would be left for us on arrival, it wasn’t, this could be related to the current situation but again an explanatory note or updated description would have helped.

    Reviewed by David4.4Sep 2020

  • "The property desperately needs updating, in particular the front double bedroom should be double glazed."

    The extractor fan in the en-suite is not working and no fire escape as only one entrance via the kitchen and all windows locked or bolted. Parking facilities in Whitby were confusing and cost of parking near the property very expensive. We were woken up early every morning by delivering drivers reversing alarms and engines and it was sometimes noisy at night with people talking and shouting outside. We don’t think the property was top end as advertised. The position was great being central, beds were comfortable and the lounge well furnished with comfortable settees. We loved Whitby and enjoyed exploring the Moors and coastal areas but would not want to stay in this property again.

    Reviewed by Fiona3.1Sep 2020

  • "Although provided with parking vouchers the zone is very far away and parking in Whitby is very expensive and challenging to find spaces."

    The central location and flat were great though can be noisy due to location but parking was .ain negative issue.

    Reviewed by Kathleen5.0Sep 2020

  • "Please see my email dated 7th September 2020."

    Reviewed by Jayne3.8Aug 2020

  • "We loved the quirkiness of the cottage."

    We had everything we needed. It was in a brilliant location, close to all amenities. Very clean. The welcome pack was very much appreciated.

    Reviewed by Martin5.0Mar 2020

  • "The accommodation is in a fantastic spot, ideally placed for Whitby being in the centre of the old town."

    The accommodation however is very tired in places and needs an update.

    Reviewed by Dana2.2Mar 2020

  • "Great property enhanced by its quirky features and great location Please ..."

    Great property enhanced by its quirky features and great location Please please provide a wheely bin and recycling bin

    Reviewed by Thomas Steven4.7Dec 2019

  • "Excellent location in Whitby, close to all the amenities."

    Property was clean and well furnished. We would definitely recommend this property.

    Reviewed by Ian5.0Nov 2019

  • "We did love this cottage and the location was amazing."

    Beds were so comfy and linens and towels lovely and clean. Nice a spacious for family gatherings. We thought the welcome basket was a lovely touch. However, we had an 11 month old baby and my grandmother who walks with a crutch with us, and the stairs leading to the property posed a problem. They were mentioned when booking, however I think it should really state how steep they are, as there was no pram access, and my grandma really struggled getting in and out even tho she is an able walker. Check in and out was far to late and early considering the keys need picking up and dropping off the other side of whitby. We were told the late check in was due to the cottage needing to be cleaned after guests which is fine, but to be fair, lots of previous guests items were in the cottage, so leads us to believe the cleaning wasnt that thorough. Location again we loved so nice to sit and watch the world go by in the cosy living room, however the noise was so bad, I understand it's an old cottage and restrictions might be in place for windows etc, but staying in a cottage which is sold as child friendly this surely should be a factor as it was far too noisy. So much so myself, husband and parents didnt sleep much at all during our entire 3 night stay. We did love the quirky feel of the cottage, and would stay again if it was just adults and able bodied people, however I dont think its suitable for small children and elderly people.

    Reviewed by Michaela3.8Nov 2019

  • "We have stayed at this cottage many times before because great cottage, great location, great service."

    Not a problem for us at all but as an old cottage it is quite noisy from the street.

    Reviewed by Paul5.0Nov 2019

  • "Foresters house is a lovely cottage, perfectly situated in Whitby."

    The only minor problem we encountered was there was no drying facilities for clothes, and parking is a bit of a nightmare, but neither of these would prevent me from returning to the house.

    Reviewed by Deborah4.1Sep 2019

  • "We had a fantastic time in Whitby, Foresters House was lovely, clean and spacious."

    The location was brilliant. And thank you for the grocery starter bag, much appreciated........Dawn Shepherdson x

    Reviewed by Dawn5.0Aug 2019

  • "Beautiful quirky cottage."

    Ideally situated for all amenities. Would definitely return again.

    Wilford PartyDec 2018

  • "We have stayed in serveral cottages in Whitby and this is our favourite."

    More spacious than other properties and an excellent location. We will be booking it again. Welcome pack a good surprise, it was excellent. First booking with Yorkshire Coastal Cottages. Very efficient. Will use again.

    Smith PartyNov 2018

  • "Beautiful building."

    We would certainly book with Yorkshire Coastal Cottages again. Thank you for the lovely welcome pack. This was very much appreciated!

    Griffiths PartyOct 2018

  • "Magnificent!"

    Many thanks. Hope to be back (yet again)

    The Heffernan PartyMay 2018

  • "Another wonderful week!"

    See you again soon I hope.

    HeffermansMay 2018

  • "Beautiful! The welcome pack was a lovely touch and the contents were excellent, well chosen and high quality."

    A beautiful cottage, very cosy with all facilities necessary and more. Excellent location in centre of the action. Had a lovely holiday. Thank you!

    Christine PollardMay 2018

  • "Enjoyed our few days very much, everything we needed."

    The welcome pack was very useful.

    The Griffiths FamilyApr 2018

  • "Great house!"

    We had a lovely time exploring Whitby. And walked to Robin Hood's Bay! We found some fossils and went on the ghost walk.

    AbiApr 2018

  • "We have had a great time exploring Whitby."

    The weather was amazing - very sunny! Climbed the 199 Steps and visited the Abbey. Walkd along the pier and found you can climb the light house. Had great fish and chips at Trenchers near the station. Lovely breakfast just on the next street down at Jane's Cafe. Managed to get out to Robin Hood's Bay and look for fossils and caught the steam train from Goathland to Pickering Foresters House has been a great place to stay, perfect location and had everything we needed. Thank you.

    The Hancock PartyFeb 2018

  • "Had a great four day stay at this lovely cottage."

    Plenty of activities. Hope to return sooon.

    Pelling FamilyOct 2017

  • "What a fantastic, stylish, clean and well-appointed property."

    Lovely location, lots to do and see. Yorkshire Coastal Cottages are the best company to deal with. Thank you for the superb welcome hamper. We shall be back!

    Anne And Tony FountainSep 2017

  • "Our second visit; had a lovely stay as always."

    We recommend the yellow boat trip and walking the 199 Steps.

    Hirst FamilyAug 2017

  • "A delightful, quirky cottage."

    Had a very good week. The 199 Steps are killers!

    Richardson And Jones FamiliesAug 2017

  • "Lovely cottage and great location for exploring Whitby."

    Amazing bedrooms and great accommodations. Silver Street Fisheries are the best for fish and chips!

    The BradleysAug 2017

  • "Brilliant weekend in this beautiful home for a 40th birthday celebration."

    Hope to be back soon.

    Sue And David CustonAug 2017

  • "Very clean and well looked after cottage."

    Great location. We've had a great week - recommend 4 Seasons. Try to see Staithes and Robin Hood's Bay.

    Vigrass FamilyJul 2017

  • "We had a lovely stay at Foresters House, weather was great, cottage was cosy, we couldn't fault it."

    K Lister And P DixonJun 2017

  • "Beautiful cottage, superb location, all the family had a great time, even Toby our dog enjoyed it on the beach."

    Sue And DerekJun 2017

  • "Thanks a lot for allowing us to stay in this nice, warm, comfortable cottage!"

    We’d love to come back to Yorkshire: it’s so pretty!

    T And C NiceMay 2017

  • "We’ve had a fantastic week here at Foresters House."

    The house itself was beautifully clean when we arrived and the welcome pack of key supplies was a very thoughtful touch. This has served as a great base for our trip. We would definitely recommend the cottage and Whitby for a great holiday and would come back.

    Shroud Family And FriendsApr 2017

  • "We've had a lovely stay at Foresters House."

    We can thoroughly recommend Eden Camp, North Yorks Railway, Sandsend and Robin Hood's Bay. We love Whitby - the old town and small yards are stunning, very pretty. We would love to return.

    The Taylor FamilyOct 2016

  • "What a lovely, charming cottage - in an excellent central location in Whitby."

    Nice to see so many original features, sympathetically retained - a real home from home for us. Enjoyed Whitby itself but also Staithes, Robin Hood's Bay and Castle Howard!

    Pannell FamilyNov -0001

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Summary

  • Three bedrooms: 1 x king-sized double with en-suite shower with double shower, basin and WC, 2 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with original fireplace (display purposes only)
  • Gas oven, hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV, DVD, WiFi. Bed linens and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair available on request. Parking scratch card/s provided for 24/7 on-street parking on West Cliff
  • On-street parking also available 200 yards away on a first come first served basis, also Pay & Display car park close by approximately £6 per day. Shops, restaurants, harbour, beach 5 mins’ walk. Note: Welcome hamper with quality Yorkshire goodies on arrival.

The property

This stunning three bedroom apartment, dating back to the 17th Century, boasts a prime location on the cobbled Church Street in Whitby’s atmospheric Old Town, close to the famous 199 steps and many quaint shops, tea rooms and restaurants. Families and friends will fall in love with the old world charm of this stylish property and its environs.

Approach via a flagged courtyard.

A staircase leads to a delightful kitchen with dining area, a lovely spot to enjoy lazy breakfasts and chat about your plans for the day. The kitchen leads to an inner hallway which in turn leads to a spacious sitting room.

The beamed ceiling, original wooden floors and fireplace, as well as some lovely antique furniture, create a marvellous sense of history.

Relax in comfort and imagine the place in times gone by.

From the window, there’s even a glimpse of the harbour and sea. To the upper floor is a gorgeous, light-drenched king-sized double bedroom with en-suite shower room with double shower, basin and WC.

Luxury and period features abound, with a decorative original fireplace, two sash windows and stylish wooden floor. There are two twin bedrooms with full size 3′ beds.

The rooms are tastefully decorated to create a tranquil feel, with smart roman blinds and cosy carpets. The house shower room has a corner shower, basin and WC. Whitby’s iconic Abbey and St Mary’s Church are in the immediate vicinity.

Meander over the swing bridge into the harbour and take a coastal cruise to see Whitby a different way.

The pretty fishing villages of Staithes and Robin Hood’s Bay are within easy reach.

A steam train ride from Whitby to Grosmont across the stunning North York Moors is a must.

Further afield, history lovers will be enchanted with Castle Howard, location for ‘Brideshead Revisted’ and, more recently, ITV’s ‘Victoria’. Foresters is a charming cottage in a coastal town that simply oozes history.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £150.

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About the location

WHITBY

Robin Hood's Bay 5.5 miles; Scarborough 19.3 miles; Pickering 23 miles; Guisborough 21.5 miles.

The seaside town and port of Whitby lies at the mouth of the River Esk in the Scarborough district of North Yorkshire. Ideally situated for exploring this beautiful part of Yorkshire, the local area hosts an array of activities so you can be sure to get the best out of both the countryside and the coast. From the nearby North York Moors to its Blue Flag beaches, there's something here for everyone. Amongst its many attractions, Whitby holds a charming atmosphere, home to winding streets and hidden alleys, where you can find a wide selection of eateries and shops scattered amongst them. Take a trip to the picturesque harbour and lighthouse to watch the sun set or get involved in some whale watching or a coastal cruise to watch the creatures up close. Climb the famous 199 steps to the Whitby Abbey to immerse yourself with history, or visit the Captain Cook Memorial Museum presenting historical and ethnographic exhibition about Cook himself. Close to the Robin Hood's Bay, rich in heritage, wonders and scenic spots, and in easy reach of the bustling towns of Scarborough and Middlesbrough, Whitby is a prime location for exploring all of the delights that Yorkshire has to offer.

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Wi-Fi: Free Wi-Fi included.

Utilities: All utilities, bed linens and towels are provided.

Pets: Pet-friendly; up to 2 dogs are welcome at £30 per pet per stay. Note – during January and February, there’s a special offer of one dog is welcome free of charge; a second dog is charged at £30 per stay

Parking: Parking scratch card/s provided for 24/7 on-street parking on West Cliff. On-street parking also available c. 200 yards away on a first come first served basis, also Pay & Display car park close by approximately £6 per day.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas