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Yorkshire Coast Holiday CottageA Yorkshire Coast Holiday Cottage with Sea View, Church Street, Staithes, Near Whitby TS13 5DB 01943 865486
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Staithes is a picturesque fishing village situated on the "Heritage Coast of North Yorkshire" which extends northwards from Scarborough to Saltburn by the Sea. The surroundings offer some of the most dramatic scenery along the Cleveland Way with Boulby Cliffs; the highest in England at some 690 feet.

"Anchor Cottage is a traditional fisherman's cottage secretly tucked away only 100 yards from the beach and local pubs together with a two minute walk to the local art gallery cafe, butchers and shops.  With panoramic views of the harbour and beach it is the cottage with a view ! 

As a very much loved cottage it is full of charm and character but with all the modern cons required. A well equipped fully functional kitchen to cook in, a practical bathroom and a cosy lounge that is bright and spacious with stunning views from two six feet windows over looking the harbour, beach and cliffs. Free wi-fi is available to keep in touch with the outside world and a large flat screen tv with a dvd collection if required. Anchor Cottage offers peace and relaxation and is a great base to explore the Yorkshire Coast and beyond. We have aimed to create a home from home.

Whilst only two bedroom we cater for couples and families by offering the option of an adult size bunk bed that also has a double underneath. A normal double bed and a travel cot and high chair complete with a box of toys and games"

Why Come To Staithes?

Investigate tidal pools and sandstone rock formations that, if you look closely, yield fossils dating back millions of years.
Children can go "crabbing" by the Lifeboat House jetty – lines (watch the hooks!), nets and buckets can be purchased in the village at the Post Office or Kessen Bowl Gift shop – all you need do is find some bait!

Spend the day on the beach, swim safely, build sand castles, sunbath, sample some delicious ice cream, enjoy afternoon tea at one of the local cafés / bistros or try some tasty locally-caught fish & chips!

Visit the Cook Museum on the High Street and look for the home of young Captain Cook in 1745. Captain Cook was born on the 27th October 1728 He was killed on the 14th February 1779 whilst in the Hawaiian Islands. Click here to read more of this fascinating story.

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Local Attractions Near Us

Staithes was once one of the largest fishing ports on the north east coast of the United Kingdom and an important source of the minerals Jet, Iron, Alum and Potash. Staithes today is a very attractive tourist destination of great interest to both the amateur and professional Geologist.

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