Reasons to Choose Us
- Magical location in quaint, ancient fishing village offering perfect peace
- Step back in time to the 'Olde Worlde' cobbled streets of Staithes
- Cottage of ancient character: solid oak beams, exposed sandstone walls
- High quality accommodation, equipped to excellent standard
- Warm & welcoming cottage with central heating and woodburning stove
- One minute to beach, shops, pubs, cafes, bistros, heritage centre
- Great base for walking the Cleveland Way, or trips to Whitby, Yorks. Moors
- Fishing, boat trips, rockpooling, crabbing, fossil-hunting
- Perfect for family seaside holidays, walkers or couples' romantic break
- Get away from it all in a beautiful cottage with very good value rates
Summer Breaks (out of season)
book now at reduced rate
Stay for the week:
Late availability from 4 to 11 July (7 nights) big reduction from £485 to £385
Book now at reduced rate
Prefer a short break:
Short breaks between 4 to 11 July reduced from £325 to £280
Master BedroomSpacious, bright and airy, comfortable master bedroom - with double bed, two double wardrobes, chests of drawers, bedside tables and reading lights. Feature fireplace. Stylish decor. You can see more photographs and information on our webswite at: www.staithes-holidaycottage.co.uk
Twin BedroomA light, bright room with very comfortable twin beds, bedside table and reading light.
Single BedroomTwo adult-sized bunk beds in this pretty, comfortable room. Bedside tables and reading lamp.
IncludedAll bed linen and towels are provided.
Further InformationYou can see more photographs and a slideshow on our webswite at: www.staithes-holidaycottage.co.uk
Comfortable Living RoomSpacious but warm and snug sitting room with traditional oak beams and exposed sandstone walls. There is plenty of comfortable seating: two settees and two armchairs as wela window seats.TV, VCR, DVD and stereo. Woodburning stove. Children's toys, library of child and adult books, DVDs, CDs and family games provided. Wooden dresser. You can watch the local street-life from the half stable door looking out onto Staithes High Street.
A Heart-of-the-House Family Kitchen. Seats 6+Lovely, welcoming family kitchen with solid oak beams, quarry tiled floor & a unique wooden dining table fashioned from ancient sailing ship timbers; cosy woodburning stove providing central heating throughout the cottage; traditional food pantry. TV and stereo. This is a warm & inviting room in which to enjoy leisurely meals and remember the art of conversation! Fully equipped kitchen, providing all you need for your stay. See Equipment below.
Equipment and FacilitiesWashing machine, dishwasher, cooker, fridge, full size freezer, microwave, kettle, toaster, coffee maker, pans, and a full range of cookware, cutlery, utensils, crockery and glassware. High chair, child seat, baby bath. You can see more photographs and information on our webswite at: www.staithes-holidaycottage.co.uk
WCPretty tiled bathroom with electric shower, washbasin and WC.
OutsideSmall sitting area (table and two chairs) in the enclosed patio to the front of the cottage.
Child-friendlyChildren are very welcome at Staithes Holiday Cottage. We provide: stairgate, child seat, high chair, baby bath, children's toys, fishing nets, buckets and spades, games, books, videos and DVDs.
A Picture Postcard VillageThis Grade II listed sandstone building, with numerous original exposed beams & period features, is a perfect home from home: for a family seaside holiday; a get-away-from-it-all short break with friends; a base for walking the Cleveland Way; or for couples looking for a romantic hideaway in a magical location. Staithes has that unique "something" that lets you step back in time, slow down and leave stress behind.
Stay at home and relax - or explore the villageStaithes Holiday Cottage has all the comforts & facilities that you need for relaxation at home. But you can also explore the cobbled streets and alleys, visit local gift, craft and jewellery shops, try the 3 good local pubs, the teashops and the bistro.
Nostalgia and Maritime History. Who was Captain Cook?Staithes is famous for its maritime history, evident throughout the village. In particular, try the celebrated Captain Cook & Staithes Heritage Centre to see a life-size street scene of life in Staithes in 1745. Discover Staithes smuggling history in this converted chapel in the village where Captain Cook lived and worked. Fascinating ooks, engravings, arterfacts and pictures of Staithes.
Activities for ChildrenChildren love to try rockpooling and crabbing in the pools all round the sandy beache. You can also go fishing or take a sea trip on a local fishing boat. Staithes is on the “Dinosaur Coast” ans fossils are easily found. Pocket money is easily spent at Brown's "sell everything" shop on the High Street. Toys, buckets and spades, fishing and crabbing nets, children's games.
Eating and DrinkingIn Staithes, there's no need to cook at home if you don't want to. Try one of the local pubs serving real ale and good quality, good value pub meals. Or the Cleveland Corner Bistro. There are also some great friendly cafes on the seafront and in the heart of the village. Takeaways and a gastro pub are nearby.
Arriving By Car: The cottage is situated in the heart of the village of Staithes on the North Yorkshire Coast, adjoining the National Park. Staithes is easy to get to. We will send you full arrival instructions, including a map and routeplanner.
Low Season: from £220. Peak Season from: £495
Short Break: £150-£280
Short breaks from 2 to 6 nights. Perfect for a relaxing and restoring short break away from the hustle and bustle.
Available for weekly lets and short breaks (from 2 to 6 nights) starting any day of the week.
Contact us for last minute deals and offers on short breaks.
Low Season: from £220
Mid Season: from £380
High Season: from £450
Peak Season: from £495
We charge inclusive prices: no extras, no booking fees and no agency fees.
Our prices include: heating, bedlinen, houselinen, towels.
Smuggling and Maritime HistoryOnce one of the major fishing ports of England, Staithes has something of a Mediterranean feel to it, with its higgledy piggledy white-washed cottages and views of red pantile roofs. Find out about Staithes' smuggling history or have a look at at the ancient fishing “cobles” in the harbour. You'll find more local maritime history at nearby Whitby.
Art and ArtistsDue to its spectacular scenery and distinctive pure light, Staithes has over the years attracted artists & an artists' community is established in the village. You can view their work in the attractive art galleries in the old village. Art classes are available and you will come across budding artists with their easels throughout the village.
Great Days OutStaithes is a great base for days out in the National Park and days out to lovely coastal towns and villages. Visit nearby Whitby (with famous Abbey), Scarborough or Robin Hood's Bay for a wealth of beautiful beaches and traditional seaside activities. Another popular choice is the North Yorkshire Moors Railway where you can ride on a real steam train through outstanding scenery. And so much more ...
Find out MoreAnd so much more … Our Information Housebook and the many tourist guides at Staithes Holiday Cottage provide details of many more activities in Staithes and the surrounding area. You can see more photographs and information on our webswite at: www.staithes-holidaycottage.co.uk
Special Offers and Last Minute BreaksContact us for last minute short breaks and special offers. You can see more details on our webswite at: www.staithes-holidaycottage.co.uk