Old fisherman's cottage in the heart of Staithes overlooking the harbour - Yorkshire cottage dating back to the 1800s.
Located in coastal village of Staithes
All rooms overlook the sea
Staithes has a sandy beach with rock pools
Within the North Yorks Moors National Park
Close to Whitby
Cleveland Way passes close by
Pets welcome by prior arrangement
3 bedrooms - one double, one twin, one single
Fully fitted kitchen
Electric cooker and hob
Games and books
High chair on request
Cot on request
Bathroom with overbath shower + toilet
Sun terrace, with sea view
Credit/debit cards accepted
Fully fitted Kitchen
Lounge / Dining Room
Twin (Attic) Bedroom
Pennysteel Cottage, a former fisherman's cottage dating back to the 1800s, still retains many of original features including oak beams and panels. All of the rooms in the cottage have stunning views over the picturesque harbour with its sandy beach and abundant rock pools. The Cleveland Way long distance footpath passes through the village, and the cliff top and inland walks, make it a perfect base for walking from. It is also near to Whitby and the North York Moors, providing plenty for all the family to see and do.
Staithes is a beautiful little village where the young James Cook first found employment working in the local grocer's shop. The area became a haven for artists and the "Staithes Group" flourished in the early part of the twentieth century. There are some great restaurants and pubs in and near Staithes, as well as local shops offering all that is needed for a perfect holiday.
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