Staithes is a haven for walkers and cyclists on the North Yorkshire Coast, with the famous Cleveland Way located just a few miles from our properties. Where you can explore the surrounding scenery and take to cliff top trails for all abilities
Why Book with Us?
All 4 or 5-star rated
Our properties are all owned by us and highly rated 4 or 5-stars
No Booking Fees*
Secure online booking and 15% off on late deals *applies to North Yorkshire cottages only
Flexible 3 - 6-night short breaks all year round
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Book a stay at our collection of holiday cottages close to Staithes and discover one of the most diverse coastlines you’ll find anywhere in the world.
With spectacular views overlooking the rolling countryside and coast and a variety of walks and cycling routes on the doorstep, these gorgeous self-catering retreats provide you with the opportunity to break from everyday life and relax in tranquillity
Make the seaside your next getaway
Tucked away in the sheep-dotted hills of the North Yorkshire Moors, The Forge and neighbouring Seaview had fallen into disrepair when purchased by Cottage Escapes in 2016, but a whirlwind few years of hard work have resulted in a total transformation.
We bridge the gap between traditional and modern; purchasing and restoring beautiful period properties to their former glory, with the addition of the latest amenities and facilities and the style and privacy of English country-coastal living. Here, each has undergone extensive development and refurbishment to create a fabulous pair of luxury self-catering holiday cottages near Staithes offering every convenience for our guests.
Once one of the busiest fishing ports on the North East coast, Staithes boasts a proud maritime history and is now a well-loved base for exploring North Yorkshire’s dramatic coastline.
The traditional seaside village, with its towering cliffs and choppy sea, sits on what is known as the ‘Dinosaur Coast’, making it a powerful draw for fossil hunters, palaeontologists and geologists. The charming seaside towns of Runswick Bay, Robin Hood’s Bay, Whitby and Ravenscar are also within easy reach.
After a bracing day weaving in and out of the winding alleys, cobbled streets and whitewashed harbourside cottages, or stopping to admire the breath-taking panoramas, you will likely have worked up an appetite. So, it is heartening to know that delicious food and refreshments are in plentiful supply.
The Endeavour Restaurant are famed for their comforting seafood dishes and if you’re thirsty, pop into The Cod and Lobster or The Royal George for a quick pint – they love dogs! Throw into the mix a fusion of classic bistros, bars, farm shops and cafés and you’ll not go hungry.
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Whitby is well-known for its literary past and looming Gothic Abbey ruins and our charming holiday apartment set in the heart of the town is the ideal based to explore the surrounding countryside and coastlineVIEW