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Located on Yorkshire's awe inspiring coast, Whitby offers a wealth of heritage, a selection of tea rooms and restaurants, and beautiful beaches for your short midweek break or weekend getaway.

There's a beach for everyone in Whitby. Whether you spend the day at the small fishing village of Robin Hood's Bay, enjoying the extensive views from the clifftops at Ravenscar or enjoy an afternoon at Runswick Bay with the children, one of the region's many sandy beaches, you'll certainly find the ultimate spot to unwind on your mini break.

Whitby has a wide range of eateries for those in search of the perfect meal for their short break away. From locally sourced seafood to some of the best fish and chips you can find in the UK. Or if you're after a cup of Yorkshire tea, Whitby certainly won't disappoint.

Whitby Abbey, a ruined monastery overlooking the North Sea, holds many tales. The original abbey was destroyed by successive raids by the Vikings, and the rebuilt abbey was destroyed by Henry VIII in 1540. The ruined abbey was made famous by Bram Stoker's Dracula, in 1897, where the beast resembling a large dog came ashore and ascended to climb the 199 steps leading up to the ruins. Why not follow in the footsteps of Dracula himself on your weekend break?

Here at Sykes Cottages you can find a selection of our handpicked properties in Whitby that are available for short breaks, including 2, 3 or 4 night stays. Give us a call today on 01244356666.