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Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
Sealview is a harbour side apartment sleeping four plus two which over looks Whitby's picturesque marina and historic fishing port beneath the Abbey. The water front development is on the former shipyard on the banks of the River Esk. The property built in 2004 is on the third floor (accessible via the lift or stairs), giving a great advantage point to catch a glimpse of seals swimming (hence the apartments name) and cormorants catching fish. The apartment is strictly no smoking and no pets are allowed (only goldfish)!
The wide array of services, amenities and attractions in the heart of Whitby are only a brisk walk away. To summarize, the apartment offers modern high quality self-catering accommodation for the perfect break in Whitby.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||TV, CD player|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 4|
|Access||Parking, Lift access|
|Further details indoors|
The apartment consists of:
- fitted kitchen (with an excellent supply of crockery, glassware, cutlery and cookware for at home dining), dining area, lounge (double sofa bed with river and harbour views from the large window). Fridge with freezer compartment, dishwasher, combination microwave, electric oven / hob, extractor, kettle, toaster, iron, coffee maker, LCD DVD Combi TV , CD / radio player, various choice of DVD's and a selection of books.
- Bedroom one with king size leather bed, wardrobes, dressing table with chair and bedside cabinets. This bedroom offers views over the upper harbour.
- Bedroom two with two single beds plus third bed available, bedside cabinet, wardrobes and dressing table with chair.
- Quilts and pillows are provided but guests are asked to provide their own bed linen and personal towels (linen for king size bed available on request).
- Spacious entrance hall with storage cupboard.
- Bathroom - WC, bath with electric shower over, hand basin, shaver socket, heated towel rail and storage cabinet.
- Controllable electric heating throughout the property.
- A travel cot and high chair are available on request.
- Utilities are included.
|Further details outdoors|
- Undercover parking (ground level) for one vehicle plus visitor parking around the development.
- Situated in a prime location.
Please contact the owner
Northern England region
The Surrounding Areas
STAITHES - This quaint and unspolit fishing village consists of cottages huddled together on steep cliffs over looking a tiny harbour. Captain Cook lived here at the age of seventeen while he was an apprentice to a grocer and draper in a shop.
ROBIN HOODS BAY - Robin Hoods Bay on the coast off the Whitby to Scarborough road is a picturesque and historic village notorious for its smuggling history. Smuggling was rife and many of the buildings have secret passageways so that contraband could be passed secretly from the bottom of the village to the top without going outside. The narrow winding streets and alleys conceal many beautiful cottages. The haphazard positions of the cottages attract many photographers and artists.
RUNSWICK BAY - 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 sailing enthusiasts, water skiers and artists.
RAVENSCAR - From the high peak of Ravenscar you can take in the dramatic views of Robin Hoods Bay. This could be called the town that never was. A series of streets lead nowhere and there are a few houses dotted about.
Whitby offers miles of sandy beaches, fishing trips from the harbour and many specialists' shops filled with crafts, antiques, artist's shops, maritime memorabilia and handmade local jet jewellery. The town has two sides which is divided by the River Esk. Both sides are very different which provides a fantastic contract for all visitors. For food connoisseurs, Whitby has it all to suit varying tastes - award winning sea food restaurants, continental delights, olde worlde English tea rooms and traditional sea-shanty inns / pubs serving local produce. For those dining at home there are supermarkets and many local shops around the area. The main Post Office in Whitby is inside the Co-op on Langborne Road. A taxi rank is situated adjacent to the Tourist Information Centre. The bus and train station are only a short distance away.
Whitby is a small town which has its own character and picturesque charm based on its spectacular history as a seaport. The town is famous for its rich cultural and architectural heritage:- its 7th century Abbey, its yards, ancient alleyways, cobbled side streets, Captain Cook's seafaring life and Bram Stoker was so inspired by Whitby that he chose it as a back drop for his classic Novel Dracula.
WHITBY ABBEY - The remains of the earliest monastery stands high on the headland above the picturesque harbour.
ST MARY'S CHURCH - Situated beneath the Abbey on the East Cliff. There are services held here in the summer and on special occasions e.g.. Christmas.
199 STEPS - These steps connect the Abbey and St. Mary's Church on the cliff to the town below.
WHALEBONE ARCH - On the West Cliff stands a bronze statue of Captain Cook which over looks the arch of whalebone jaws recalling the whaling industry in the town.
GRAPE LANE - A winding cobbled street on the east side of Whitby with quaint shops and restaurants. Here you will also find the Captain Cook Memorial Museum where you can see displays and models relating to his life and where he lodged in the attic of John Walkers house whilst serving as an apprentice. Whitby Archives also situated in Grape Lane has a collection of pictorial material of old Whitby.
PANNETT PARK - The Pannett Park grounds, museum and gallery were a gift of Whitby solicitor Robert Pannett. The park occupies a sloping, well-landscaped site overlooking the town and harbour, with views across to the Abbey ruins and St. Mary's Church.
WHITBY MUSEUM - In the middle of Pannett Park, the museum contains Captain Cook's artefacts, model ships, information about whjaling and collections of fossils.
GRAND TURK - The Grand Turk , a replica fighting frigate which features in the TV series Hornblowermakes regular visits to Whitby.
WHITBY REGATTA - Whitby Regatta is possibly the oldest sea regatta in England and has regularly drawn large crowds into the town. There is a large selection of entertainment for both children and adults - inflatable maze, pirate ship, yacht racing and parachute display.
WHITBY LEISURE CENTRE - The centre is situated on the west cliff and is open all year round. It has two pools, a fitness suite, sports hall, community room, an outdoor multi games area and sun beds.
VICTORIAN IMAGE - Step back in time and find out what you might have looked like in the Victorian days. The old time studio is situated in the heart of old Whitby.
THE SUTCLIFFE GALLERY - The gallery is home to a collection of photographs by the Victorian photographer Frank Meadow Sutcliffe.
DOODLEPOTS - Paint Your own pottery studio in Skinner Street.
WHITBY GOLF CLUB
CAEDMONS CROSS - On the path side of the Abbeys cliff top grave yard is the cross of Caedmon, an illiterate labourer who worked at the Abbey in the 7th century. He had a vision that inspired him to compose cantos of Anglo-Saxon religious verse still sung today.
WHITBY HARBOUR - The harbour is situated at the mouth of the River Esk. The arms of the entrance piers extend out to sea.
LIFE BOAT MUSEUM - The museum is situated on Pier Road. On exhibition is the last pulling lifeboat to be in service with the RNLI plus an exhibition of the history of Whitby's lifeboats.
OPEN TOP BUS - Services tour Whitby during the season taking in the main sights including the Abbey.
WHITBY PAVILION COMPLEX - Theatre shows, ballroom and popular sequence dancing, band and choir concerts, family entertainment and much more.
EAST CLIFF - The East Cliff has cobbled streets, alleys, artist's shops, cafes, inns and the 199 steps leading to the Abbey and St. Mary's. Church.
WEST CLIFF - Here there is a wide expanse of beach, paddling pool, boating lake, crazy golf, Leisure Centre and the Captain Cook statue.
COLISEUM CINEMA - Situated on Victoria Place, Whitby, cinema, theatre, exhibitions and cafe-bar.
TRAILWAYS CYCLE HIRE - Bicycle hire to suit all.
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17 Aug 2014
"What a great place"
This trip was to celebrate my fathers 80th birthday and we chose Whitby by recommendation from a friend. My mother has dementia so it's been several years now since they have been on holiday. The appartment is in easy walking distance from the town and lively harbour area. Seal view is lovely and my parents spent much time looking at the views from the window, the weather was fantastic...... Caroline left a birthday card for my father a lovely thought and a nice personal touch. There were a number of books on the local area to help plan our stay. The apartment was spacious, clean and very quiet. The only very small improvement I would suggest is the pillows are poor and could do with replacing and I missed not having wifi, Internet access.
My parents has a fabulous week, we went on the steam train to Pickering, newcomers day at Beverly races, walked on the sand at Scarborough and Robin Hood Bay. We ate in some great restaurants, the Magpie, the Quayside and Ragdale Hall.....
I loved the apartment, Whitby and Yorkshire and when we return I would definitely stay at Seal view again.
17 Aug 2014
"The place to stay in Whitby"
Lovely well equipped third floor apartment with great view of the river & boat moorings. A plus is the undercroft designated parking space.
NYM steam train passes daily on the opposite side of the river. 10-15 minute stroll to centre of Whitby with a good choice of places to eat.
Stay coincided with Whitby Regatta week, great fun, as was the display by the RAF Red Arrows & the fantastic firework display the following evening.
Hope to return to Sealview in the not too distant future
12 Aug 2014
Fabulous apartment, spacious and clean. View from lounge window is amazing, so much to see. Short walk into Whitby and secure underground parking is very useful.… More
31 Jul 2014
Gorgeous apartment, roomy comfortable, views of Whitby Harbout and only a 10 minute stroll into town.
28 Jun 2014
"Lovely apartment fabulous view."
The apartment is beautiful, well furnished, with everything you could need. Great location, just a short walk into the centre of Whitby,. We would recommend this apartment to anybody.… More
25 May 2014
"Great Apartment in excellent location"
Excellent, well equipped apartment, very clean and comfortable, in great location and with terrific views.
9 Feb 2014
"Lovely place to stay."
Had a fab time.The apartment was amazing everything you want and more.Great base to have days out and about.Lovely place to chill and Whitby is a lovely place to stay.The views were fan from the loung… More
29 Jan 2014
"Brilliant apartment, great facilities, perfect location."
Our second stay at Sealview. Great location for local shops, bars, cafes. Quiet location with fabulous views over the estuary. Every creature comfort catered for.
27 Jan 2014
"Fabulous apartment with great views"
We have stayed at Seal View on numerous occasions and always have a great time. The apartment is spacious with 2 good size bedrooms, bathroom and large lounge/dining/kitchen area. The apartment overlooks the River Esk and has Abbey views.
It is in a good location with a 10 to 15 min walk into town. We have never encountered any problems during our stays at the property. There is undercroft parking available for one car. I would definitely recommend Seal View to all ages who want a modern, well positioned holiday apartment in Whitby.
12 Jan 2014
"nicely presented, great outlook."
Stayed 2 nights early January at end of our 7 week holiday. Wish we had seen this earlier as would have stayed at least 4 nights. Great outlook from Unit and easy walk to town. Most car parking was free in any case being winter months and plenty car parking available if you wanted to drive into town. The unit was nicely presented, plenty of heating for cold nights and had a great outlook over the water. Price - excellent value for money given what we were paying during our travels. Easy drive to Goathland (heartbeat fans). Only booked night before sat so thank you to owner and caretaker for making the effort. No wifi but good service area for phone/internet access if you have mobile.
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