Runswick Bay Cottages

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    Apartment 1 Runswick Lodge: Superb, ground floor apartment at the top of Runswick Bay, on the east coast. Well-equipped and comfortable. Shared, enclosed lawned garden. Sandy beaches and cliff-top walks nearby. Whitby 9 miles. (Ref. 916580)

    7 nights from £320

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    Pebble Cottage: Attractive mid-terrace traditional cottage in Hinderwell village in North York Moors National Park. Spacious open plan living area with woodburner. Galley style modern kitchen, walk-in shower. Contemporary feel throughout. Beach 1 mile, pub 2 mins walk. (Ref. 937391)

    7 nights from £314

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    Fairholme: Delightful end-terrace character cottage in centre of Hinderwell. Cosy, open fire, en-suite bedrooms. Comfortable, well-equipped, accommodation. Beach 1 mile, Whitby 7 miles. (Ref. 12090)

    7 nights from £326

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    Crabapple Cottage: Charming semi-detached cottage set within a small square of properties. Sun-trap garden, off road parking, pet friendly. Very close to local amenities. Whitby 9 miles. (Ref. 15814)

    7 nights from £277

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    Barn Cottage: Delightful stone barn conversion in Hinderwell village. Spacious sitting room. Sunny conservatory. WiFi. Excellent walking and cycling area amongst beautiful countryside. Runswick Bay Beach 1 mile; Whitby 9 miles. (Ref. 921859)

    7 nights from £339

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    St Hilda's Cottage: Superb, detached stone cottage in Hinderwell village. Spacious, open plan living, contemporary styling. Well-equipped, luxurious accommodation. Pubs and shops 5 mins walk. Beach 1 mile. Whitby 9 miles. (Ref. 11927)

    7 nights from £437

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    St Hilda's Lodge: A charming, quality log cabin on a working farm in Hinderwell, close to sea and village amenities. Whitby 7 miles. (Ref. 3650)

    7 nights from £437

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    Lion Cottage: Delightful terraced cottage centrally placed in Hinderwell village. Cosy, comfortable accommodation over 3 floors. Ideally situated for moors and coast. Beach 1 mile. Whitby 8 miles. (Ref. 18044)

    7 nights from £260

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    Quakers Cottage: Charming detached stone cottage in popular village of Hinderwell, just north of Whitby. Well-presented open plan living area, off road parking nearby, small sunny courtyard. Local pub and shops 2 mins walk, beach 10 mins walk. (Ref. 942487)

    7 nights from £271

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    Holly Cottage: A cosy stone-walled cottage based in the calming hamlet of West Barnby. Views all around. Open fire. Decking area. Perfect holiday location. Whitby 6 miles. (Ref. 960331)

    7 nights from £309

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Please find below a selection of self catering holiday cottages to rent in Runswick Bay, Yorkshire.

For peace and tranquillity by the sea, things don't come much better than a Runswick Bay cottage holiday.

Just six miles along the coast from Whitby, this picture-postcard village was once a bustling fishing community but today is primarily an idyllic retreat for holidaymakers. Nestled at the end of a wide, sandy beach, the white painted cottages appear to tumble down the hillside as they cling to the rugged cliffs. Down on the seafront you'll find the last remaining thatched cottage on the Yorkshire coast, the former coastguard's cottage.

If you like beachcombing, especially for fossils, this is the ideal place. The rocks along the beach are millions of years old and fossils from the lower Jurassic period are frequently washed ashore. The beach is also a hive of activity for the local beach and sailing club - and whether you're a hands-on sailor or just a spectator, a great day will be had by all.

A walk along the Cleveland Way never fails to impress, hugging the dramatic Heritage Coastline and then heading deep into the North York Moors National Park. There are lots of things to see and do in the area - explore the Moors by steam train, discover traditional market towns like Pickering, visit the Captain Cook Heritage Centre in Staithes or, if you dare, meet Dracula in Whitby! Following a day's fun and activity, enjoy locally brewed ales, traditional Yorkshire food and warm hospitality at the local inn then retire to your Runswick Bay cottage for a good night's sleep.