The two bedroomed accommodation is within short walking distances of the town, the ruins of Whitby Abbey, St Mary's Church, Whitby Harbour / Eating Places and the many traditional Whitby Pubs.
This self catering holiday accommodation in the attic of the house was originally the servants quarters (and latterly a jet workshop) in the ‘Old Manor House’ built circa 1740 by Sir Adam Boulby who owned the now defunct tenements that formed ‘Boulby Bank’ and the footpath that takes you down and back from the harbour and town.
You will be able to park on the drive (one car only) and reach the accommodation via its own dedicated door.
'Due South' is the attic on the house in the picture, it is a quiet and relaxing space with self catering facilities for 3 and can be rented for between £375–£500 per week.
Due to the construction of the attic (structural timbers of the house roof) you will understand that the beams are low.
There is a no smoking no candles policy, & no pets.
Not suitable for children under 8 years.
Not suitable for people with mobility problems.
Note low beams
Please note that the stairs are quite steep and narrow (not regulation) and are not suitable for infirm and less than reasonably agile people or for the alcoholically challenged. Consideration should be given with regard to small children.
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Whitby has lots to see and do within walking distance of 'Due South' which has dedicated free parking - a rarity in Whitby.
Captain James Cook trained as a seaman in Whitby and where his boats Discovery, Endeavour and Resolution were built at the ship yard (now a car park that can be seen in the views from the accommodation here - click view from front windows).
Dracula, Bram Stokers Gothic novel was conceived. in Whitby. Easter and its position in the Christian church calender was determined at the synod of Whitby at Whitby Abbey.
Tel: 01947 600884
The Old Manor House,
3, Boulby Bank Top,