Gulls Cry Cottage

9 Silverdale, Whitby, Yorkshire, YO21 3DG

5 Star
Gulls Cry Cottages, Whitby is an amazing luxury 17th Century Detached Cottage Built in 1660 refurbished to a very high standard, redecorated again for 2018 Season. No Additional Commission charges!

Set in a quiet Private Court Yard with Cosy Summer House containing Rattan Furniture, open April to October, BBQ & Seating area for your relaxation, yet only a 2 min' walk to the Bustling Harbour Side. Parking Permit supplied, GCH / SKY Entertainment Package on Large LED TV in Lounge Freeview TV in all Bedrooms, Sound Bar with Sub Woofer in lounge.

Cosy log burning Stove Set in Antique Oak Surround, Free WiFi throughout Cottage. Gulls Cry Cottage is only 2 minutes walk from the Harbour Side Wine Bars, Restaurants and quaint little pubs dotted about Whitby.

Possible Discounts for late bookings, call for up to date or bespoke prices, terms apply. Rates negotiable depending on party size average price £125 per night. Minimum charge for 2 nights due to overheads.
Gulls Cry Cottage, Whitby is a beautifully refurbished detached 17th century courtyard cottage in a quiet location only 2 minutes from the bustling harbour with its harbour-side wine bars, restaurants and quaint little pubs.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Children Welcome
  • Parking
  • WiFi

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