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The most popular hot holidays in Whitby.

Whitby is a thriving coastal town in East Yorkshire, home to golden beaches, local fish & chips and majestic views. It's a great destination if your looking for a seaside break with endless outdoor activities to keep the kids entertained.

Self Catering Hot Tub Breaks in Whitby

Check out the best lodges in Whitby with hot tubs; be it for a couple, family or group of friends, you are guaranteed to find "the one" and pack your suitcases because a hot tub break in Whitby really does restore the soul!

  • Angrove Country Park

    Great Ayton / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • Sleeps 2 or 4

    Located just north of the York Moors, this country park is a fabulous retreat for peace and serenity. You are just a short drive from Whitby & Middlesbrough.

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  • Cropton Lodges

    Cropton, Pickering / Sleeps 2-6

    • hot tub
    • Peaceful location
    • Shop / On-site café
    • Nature trails

    Set in the heart of Cropton Forest, there are a range of fantastic activities on offer including archery, mountain biking, zipwire and long woodland walks.

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  • Bridlington Holiday Cottages

    Whitby / Sleeps 4

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • Sleeps 4

    Tucked away on a peaceful lane, this small resort offers fantastic cottages with easy access to the Yorkshire coast, cycling routes & golf courses.

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  • Carr House

    Cayton / Sleeps 9

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • garden
    • 2 living rooms

    Positioned close to Whitby, this lovely single storey house is located on a farm with a good sized garden and patio area for you to enjoy.

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  • Twin Bays House

    Scarborough / Sleeps 6

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • 5 bedrooms

    This impressive Georgian Town House is not to be missed providing 180 degree views over the coastline with an enclosed patio to admire from.

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  • Amrosa

    Staithes / Sleeps 2-8

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • garden
    • 4 bedrooms

    Overlooking the fishing village of Staithes, this stunning property has all the amenities needed for a fantastic stay including a BBQ, hot tub & games room.

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  • ST HILDA'S LODGE

    Hinderwell near Runswick Bay / Sleeps 4

    Book from £69 Per Night - Positioned close to Whitby, this lovely single storey house is located on a farm with a good sized garden and patio area for you to enjoy.

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  • ST HILDA'S COTTAGE

    Hinderwell, Runswick Bay / Sleeps 4

    Book from £96 Per Night - On the edge of the owners farm in Hinderwell, only 1 mile from the coast. Enjoy a cliff top walk on Cleveland Way or visit the famous town of Whitby.

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  • THE POWER HOUSE

    Skinningrove, Whitby / Sleeps 17

    Book from £203 Per Night - This property is less than 800 yards from the sandy beaches of Skinningrove, with the coastal villages of Runswick & Staithes also close by.

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About Holidays In Whitby

Whitby is unique with an atmosphere unlike any other seaside resort and there is plenty to do and see in this charming little seaside town.

How to get there

Easily accessible either by the A171 from the north or the A64 from York travelling across the moors and passing through Malton and Pickering. Either route will take you through some stunning scenery.

Parking can be a bit of a problem in the town, so it is advisable to come into the centre either by bus via the Coastliner service or by train from Middlesbrough, this route passes through the Esk valley and is one of the most scenic train journeys in the north.

Alternatively, if you do bring the car, try and park on the West Cliff which is approx. ¼ mile walk from the centre.

Activities & Places To Visit

Luxury Whitby lodges have close connections to vampires with Bram Stoker staying here while he wrote his most famous novel Dracula, taking inspiration from the abbey and ghostly nature of the town.

Today this connection is evident in the shops, Dracula Experience Museum, spooky night-time walks with Dr Crank costing just £5 for adults and renowned Goth Weekends which are held twice yearly and attract thousands of visitors.
You can even sit on Bram Stoker’s bench at the West Cliff where he gazed across the bay and wrote his horror masterpiece.

Another must see for guests holidaying at log cabins and cottages in Whitby is Captain Cook Museum which can be found in what was once the famous explorers house on Grape Lane.

Prices

  • Adult £5.70
  • Child £3.50
  • Concession £5.20 (Senior Citizens)
  • Family £14 (2 adults & 2 children

Opening times

  • 10 Feb - 24 March Daily 11:00-15:00
  • 25 March - 4 November 09:45-17:00.

1. Places to eat and drink in Whitby

1. Places to eat and drink in Whitby

There are plenty of pubs and restaurants in Whitby, undoubtedly one of the best is the Abbey Wharf which serves outstanding food at reasonable prices, a fine selection of wines and real ales and has views over the pretty harbour,

Anyone staying at lodges with their own hot tubs near Whitby must try the fish and chips, there are no less than 5 award-winning chippys in the town, with people travelling for miles and queueing outside the famous Magpie Café for a taste of their famous fish and chips.

Another popular eatery is the Moon and Sixpence, this waterfront brasserie serves up an excellent menu of seafood and cocktails and is ideal for a relaxing lunch or dinner looking out over the harbour.

Those who fancy a pint will enjoy the many traditional and family friendly pubs in the town such as the Endeavour, Golden Fleece and the Ship, most allow dogs and during August the town is home to a popular Folk Festival, with many pubs boasting live music.

From candyfloss to fine dining, pastries to scampi; whatever your taste and budget you are guaranteed to find something to tickle your taste buds.

2. Whitby Abbey

2. Whitby Abbey

Whitby Abbey is also well worth the hike up the 199 steps, not least for the glorious panoramic views. The ancient ruins provide the perfect photo opportunity and the visitor centre has some fascinating artefacts and interactive exhibits, there is also a scenic café in which to rest your aching legs and admire the majestic vistas.

Whitby has a rich whaling history and during the 1700’s over 50 whaling vessels operated out of the bustling harbour. A reminder of this can still be seen on the West Cliff where the impressive whalebone arch is the subject of thousands of tourist photographs.

Boat and fishing trips leave regularly from the harbour giving visitors an opportunity to experience the mesmerising views from a different perspective. Why not spend a few hours sailing down the coast to visit the seal colony at Ravenscar? You may even spot a dolphin, prices are around £15 per adult for this 3.5-hour cruise.

Alternatively take the twilight cruise- Whitby is one of only 2 UK towns where the sun rises and sets in the sea making this 45-minute boat trip costing around £6, a truly magical experience.

3. In the Town

3. In the Town

Whitby has everything you would expect from a small seaside town including a beautiful beach, bustling harbour, amusement arcades and a small fun fair for the little ones and if you are staying at a pet-friendly log cabins with hot tubs in Whitby there are several scenic walks for you and your four-legged friend to enjoy.

Pannett Park with its art gallery and museum is a pleasurable way to spend an afternoon, a stone’s throw from the centre of town, the well-kept gardens, children’s play area and wooded areas are a haven of peace and tranquillity, that the whole family can enjoy.

The town centre itself, boasts an excellent selection of shops and guests staying at Whitby cottages and lodges can explore the many quirky retailers selling unusual gifts and souvenirs including the famous Whitby Jet.

Popular during the 19th century this dense black gemstone found along the coastline gave the town a thriving jewellery industry, there are still several stores selling stunning items and a fascinating Whitby Jet Heritage Centre

4. Robin Hoods Bay

4. Robin Hoods Bay

Home to a sensational family friendly beach, arguably the most fossil rich part of the Dinosaur Coast it is a paradise for fossil hunters, both beginners and experts as well as boasting several cycle trails, picturesque walks, a great selection of restaurants and a host of festivals and events throughout the year.

5. Sandsend

5. Sandsend

Less than an hour’s walk along the seafront, perfect for dog owners, or clearing away the cobwebs, will take you to the small fishing village of Sandsend with it’s expanse of award-winning golden sands ideal for Fido to run around or a family game of rounders.

The Sandside Café which is right on the beach serves delicious snacks and will also prepare a picnic for the family to enjoy as you unwind on the sand. While the Hart Inn offers a lovely beer garden in which to relax and enjoy a refreshing drink before you walk back (there is also a bus).

6. Runswick Bay

6. Runswick Bay

With its delightful red-roofed cottages, sheltered bay and lovely beach Runswick Bay is without doubt one of the prettiest fishing villages along the North coastline.

Ideal for walkers and families it offers opportunities for rock-pooling, pleasure boat trips, bird-watching and fantastic coastal walks. There is also a small café serving scrumptious homemade pastries and cakes.

The more active may bring their surfboards to ride the waves but whatever you do; don’t forget your camera as the photo opportunities are endless.

Last Word

For those looking to spend some quality family time, Whitby is the ideal destination; relax and enjoy the laid-back way of life in this pretty seaside town with its many attractions and unusual history.

Whether you spend your days at the beach, discovering the heritage of this special place or walking the spectacular Cleveland Way you will not be disappointed.

A warm welcome is guaranteed, and many visitors return year after year to this popular gem.

Take a leisurely stroll to nearby Sandsend, explore the cobbled streets and fossil rich beach of Robin Hoods Bay which is only 5 miles away, or take a trip on the Esk Valley or North Moors Steam Railway which will take you through “Heartbeat Country” and some picture-perfect villages. 

Discover the haunted history of this Town with a spooky night time ghost tour (suitable for children aged 10 and over) where you will hear tales of mystery, the supernatural and murder.

We think you’ll agree that this is the ideal destination for a romantic weekend away or relaxing family break which is unlike any other and for those renting a luxurious Whitby hot tub property, this extraordinary town will always have a special place in your heart. We have we have helped in your search for Whitby accommodation.

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