The cottage is half way down the main street (Chapel Street) so it's a really convenient location to the beach and shops. Although it's an 18th century cottage, it's been modernised whilst still maintaining its rusti charm and character. Prior to arrival our hosts contacted me via text to welcome us. On arrival, we were greeted by a lovely hamper of goodies - champagne, kettle chips, local biscuits, eggs, milk, tea and coffee. The cottage was very clean and had all the amenities you would expect. There were 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The only con of this accommodation is that there is no parkng close by so if you have lots of luggage (Coco) then carrying it to and fro from the closest car park is difficult. The closest public car park is at the top of the hill. Let's just say my legs are now steel from walking up and down.
During our visit, we walked along the Cleveland Way admiring the view of the coast to Ravenscar where we met some wild seals. They were really cute and seeing animals in their natural wild habit was a huge privilege. There aren't many poo bins on this walk so our dicky bag came into handy to store our used FETCH.IT compostable poo bags.
We also spent an evening in Whitby, which was a lot busier so during the Summer months it is highly recommended that you book a restaurant in advance. We had a meal at Abbey Wharf, they are dog friendly. On arrival, we were given a card to advise us that barking dogs would be asked to leave, luckily Coco was so tired from our walk she was good as gold.
We had such a lovely time and will definitely be going back to visit again soon!