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Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 5
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Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 5
Captains Retreat is centrally located overlooking Whitby's beautiful marina. The living room and master bedroom are fantastic vantage points to view seals and boats on the River Esk and to watch the magnificent steam trains enter and leave Whitby Railway Station.
Short Breaks available at various times.
This modern 2 bedroom apartment is decorated to a high standard. The theme throughout is light, modern and clean. The spacious contemporary living room has a delightful feature fire place.
The apartment has full central heating.
Outside to the rear there is a small patio area with table and chairs.
Captains Retreat is reached via a sloping cobbled stepped pathway which leads to a dedicated entrance. The apartment is on one level, i.e. no internal steps.
It is a fantastic location within easy walking distance of all amenities.
Family friendly: Suitable for children of all ages.
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Security Deposit (refundable) on all rentals at £25.00 per night capped at £100
Notes: Small well behaved dogs allowed with prior agreement.
Strictly no smoking.
General: TV, Bluray, DVD, Wi-Fi
Utilities: Fridge freezer, washer dryer, microwave, gas hob/electric oven, fully equipped kitchen
Rooms: 2 bedrooms, 1 family bathroom (shower over bath)
Furniture: 1 double bed, single bunk bed over double bed, dining seating for 5, comfortable sofas.
Other: Bed linen and tea towels provided. PLEASE PROVIDE YOUR OWN PERSONAL TOWELS.
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 2 bedrooms|
|Check in time:||15:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Nearest beach||200 m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||50 m|
|Nearest travel links||300 m|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Telephone, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Single beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
|Further details indoors|
The apartment's master bedroom has a romantic relaxed feel; it has a double bed with rustic pine bedroom furniture to create a peaceful ambiance.
The second bedroom is smaller and has a modern three sleeper bed to provide flexibility for all sleeping arrangements.
The living room is light and spacious, and includes leather sofas for comfortable seating, a 32" HD Flat Screen TV, Freeview Satellite TV and Blue Ray DVD player.
Books and games are provided to ensure your holiday is enjoyable whatever the weather.
The contemporary kitchen diner is fully equipped having a large fridge and freezer, washer dryer and a granite topped dining table.
The bathroom has a full size bath with overhead shower.
Bedding & tea towels are provided. You will need to bring bath, hand and beach towels.
A highchair and travel cot (bed linen not provided) are available on request.
|Further details outdoors|
On street parking on a first come basis.
The apartment has a small patio area with a wooden table and chairs for alfresco dining.
Outside is a small lock up store, which could house a buggy, and has some beach toys.
The Co-Operative supermarket is about a 10 minute walk away.
Small well trained dog by prior arrangement.
The apartment is reached by a stepped, cobbled walk of about 20m, suitable for older persons if they are able to take the incline.
The Yorkshire region
Whitby is a quaint historic fishing town on Yorkshire's picturesque East Coast.
The Yorkshire coast is one of the country's most spectacular coastlines. There are dramatic cliffs towering above the sea. Fossils of ammonites and other sea creatures can be found in the area.
Whitby is nestled between the pretty villages of Staithes and Robin Hood's Bay, and close to many other interesting old towns that are dotted along the coastline.
Staithes - This quaint and unspoilt fishing village consists of cottages huddled together on steep cliffs over looking a tiny harbour.
Robin Hoods Bay is a picturesque and historic village notorious for its smuggling history. Smuggling was rife and many of the buildings have secret passageways.The narrow winding streets, alleys and many beautiful cottages attract photographers and artists.
The Surrounding Areas include:
Scarborough, about 15 miles away, is an old fashioned seaside resort which retains much of its victorian grandeur. There is a castle which dominates the town, the victorian Spa complex, unusual trams running up
and down the cliffs, the Sea Life centre, plenty of seaside amusements and donkeys on the beach.
Goathland is a village situated in the North Yorkshire Moors due north of Pickering, off the A169 road to Whitby. It is surrounded by beautiful scenery and has the advantage of having a station on the North Yorkshire Moors steam railway line.It is famous as Aidensfield, the 1960's setting for the popular ITV police series Heartbeat.
Runswick Bay is eight miles north of Whitby, this attractive little seaside village with its white painted cottages and red roofed cottages perched in improbable positions on the steep hill side is a favourite spot for sailing enthusiasts, water skiers and artists. It is an unusual village with winding narrow streets leading to cottages perched at the waters' edge.
The Cleveland Way is 109 miles / 176 Kilometres of ever changing and beautiful landscapes and scenery. It is
an invigorating walk, and any part of the route is the ultimate stress beater.
The route follows a horseshoe line of great variety around much of the beautiful North York Moors National Park. Starting from the attractive market town of Helmsley, the Cleveland Way heads across the inspirational, and sometimes vibrant heather Moorland of the North York Moors, through Whitby, before reaching the coast at Saltburn.
Whitby, at one time the sixth most important town in England outside London, has a fascinating past. See its historic fishing port and experience its intriguing past with fishing, shipbuilding, geology and… Dracula.
Whitby offers miles of sandy beaches, donkey rides, fishing trips from the harbour and many specialists' shops filled with crafts, antiques, artist's shops, maritime memorabilia and handmade local jet jewellery. The delightful historic old town has cobbled streets and pan tiled cottages.
Whitby is divided in two by the River Esk. St. Mary's Church and Whitby Abbey are on the Eastern headland.
Although the Abbey is accessible by road, the able bodied should experience climbing the 199 steps to the summit! The Abbey's history dates back to 675AD when St. Hilda founded a monastery. The present structure is from 1078AD and is now in the care of English Heritage.
Whitby has associations with Bram Stoker, as he based much of his Dracula novel here whilst staying in Whitby in 1890. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (better know as Lewis Carroll) also set some of his work and poems in Whitby, as he was a regular visitor.
Whitby's history includes connections with whaling and the explorer Captain James Cook.The town's historical past is revealed in monuments that dominate Whitby's East and West Headlands and the Harbour. The monument to Captain Cook includes a carving of the Resolution, one of Cook's four ships.
For 80 years (1753-1833) Whitby's fishermen were engaged in whaling. The whale jaw bone arch on the West Cliff was presented to Whitby by Norway in 1963.
Whitby has a fish market on the quayside which operates as need and opportunity arise.The ready supply of fresh fish has resulted in an abundance of "chippies" in the town, including the Magpie Cafe which Rick Stein has described as the best fish and chip shop in Britain.
The Esk Valley Steam Railway from the heart of Middlesbrough to the historic seaside town of Whitby, passes through the North York Moors National Park and serves 15 stations along the route. The Steam Train stopping at the station is is a delight to watch from the apartment.
Pannett Park in the centre of Whitby is adjacent to Whitby Museum and Art Gallery which has a free Children's wonderland. Whitby Leisure Centre and Swimming Pool is a short walk away.
Whitby has lovely old bustling pubs and award winning restaurants. Supermarkets and shops are also within walking distance.
Coliseum Cinema - Situated on Victoria Place, Whitby, cinema, theatre, exhibitions and cafe-bar.
The town is also close to the scenic North York Moors National Park and the unspoilt fishing villages of Staithes and Robin Hood's Bay.
Walking in the WHITBY area! There is a lot of excellent walking in the North York Moors National Park area. Many of the best walks are part of the long distance footpaths which cross the area, there are many shorter and circular walks on the door step.
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25 Nov 2014
"Lovely place, convenient for town."
Our only reservation was the steep incline to acces the apartment. Once in, clean and well equipped and very comfortable.… More
Thanks for your review. Access to the Apartment is as described on the front page of our listing. We would have been happy to have discussed this further with you prior to booking and/or arrival should you have had any concerns.
2 Nov 2014
"Great Apartment, Perfect Location!"
My Family and I have recently spent 2 nights in the Captains Retreat, we couldn't have asked for a more perfect place to stay, On arrival we were pleasantly surprised by the cleanliness of the ap… More
25 Sep 2014
"not the holiday from hell"
I have just read the review, from the people, who stopped the week before us.Yes there were builders working, rectifying flood damage in the accommodation below. They make some noise , but it didn… More
9 Jul 2014
"Proper nice appartment home from home comforts great location & views"
Had a 4 night stay here & i would highly recommend this place it has everything you need for a great holiday in whitby. Large lounge with all the home comforts well fitted out kitchen & bathroom excel… More
23 Jun 2014
"A great, spacious apartment really close to the centre of whitby"
We really enjoyed our stay at the captain's retreat. The apartment is modern, clean and has great views. All the rooms are really spacious, except the second bedroom which is smaller but would be… More
4 Jun 2014
"Holiday from hell, unbelievable attitude"
Lovely apartment. Great location. Sadly the adjoining apartments were being gutted. 7am to 6pm the building was shaking. Unbelievable noise. We immediately informed the owners who firstly said it was … More
14 Apr 2014
"Another fantastic stay"
This was my second stay at Captains Retreat, and once again it did not disappoint. The location and views make this an ideal home from home in Whitby, and I'll be booking my third stay very soon… More
1 Mar 2014
"Fantastic location and apartment."
This apartment is situated just a flat 5 minute walk from the centre of Whitby. The flat is stylishly furnished and has everything needed for a stay. The heating is very efficient and the flat warms u… More
4 Feb 2014
Captains Retreat is a marvellous apartment to retreat to for a holiday of relaxation. The sofas are so comfy! marvellous views of the marina and just a very short walk into the town. The slope to get up, wouldn't be advisable for those with mobility issues, so that is worth considering, especially in the wet or icy times of the year. Parking wasn't a problem - there were always on road parking spaces near to the apartment when we went in January. Would highly recommend this apartment.
28 Nov 2013
Excellent little gem right on the harbour, spotlessly clean and had everything you need a home from home… More
Thank you for your kind comments. We look forward to being of service in the future.
Michael and Alison
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