Dock Cottage, Robin Hoods Bay

Important COVID-19 Information

 

We are delighted to be able to offer our cottage for hire once more from January 2021 and it is our sincere hope that you can seek some refuge from the difficulties of the last few months.  In the absence of clear government guidelines for small businesses like ours please be assured that we are taking strong common sense actions to minimise the risks of cross contamination from one set of customers to the next.  Between lets the cottage will be given as deep a clean as possible, focussing on those hard surfaces where the science has shown Covid-19 is most likely to linger.   We have also provided additional cleaning materials for those of you who want to do your own additional cleanse.

Should you require more information on any aspect of our approach to ensuring your safety during the ongoing pandemic then please use the contact form below to get in touch with us and we will be sure to get back to you at the earliest opportunity to answer your questions and concerns.

Many thanks for your interest in Dock Cottage

Stay Safe, Stay Well

Sue & Nick

 

ABOUT

Dock Cottage dates back to the 17th Century, overlooks the fishing boats with views over the dock of Robin Hood's Bay and out to sea. Seconds away from the beach! Because of its ideal location, Dock Cottage is one of the most photographed cottages in Robin Hood's Bay and is often featured on postcards.

 

OUR COTTAGE

The cottage has a cosy feeling and includes two bedrooms, kitchen, lounge and bathroom and comprises of four floors in total. Each room offers great views over the dock and sea. There are winding staircases leading to each of the floors.

The cottage is maintained to a high standard. Ground floor kitchen access makes unloading easy, before taking your vehicle to our free car park space (included in the cottage rental) at the top of the bank. Pet by arrangement.

Those of you wishing to keep in touch with the outside world are welcome to use our free Dock Cottage WiFi.

The kitchen was recently refurbished with white units, wood panelled walls and tiled floor. colour TV, electric 4 ring cooker, oven and grill, microwave, fridge, a counter-top freezer and table and four chairs.

The lounge has two 2 seater settees, colour TV, DVD, multi fuel stove/log burner. Central heating is available during winter months. Off the lounge is a separate toilet and washbasin.

The first bedroom has a double bed and the room is fitted out with pine furniture. Off the bedroom is a modernised bathroom with bath, washbasin and over bath shower.

Access to the second bedroom at the top of the house is through a door leading off the first bedroom and up a further set of stairs which open into the top bedroom.  This room has 2 Single beds and wash basin.

 

GALLERY

Front Door Entrance
Front Door Entrance
Arial view of the dock
Arial view of the dock
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Goathland

The North Yorkshire Moors Railway offers an 18 mile trip through the heart of the moors, down ancient Newtondale.
Stop off at Goathland, with its steam railway the Hogwarts Express featured in Harry Potter films and also famous as Aidensfield in the TV series Heartbeat.

Scarborough

With the safe, sandy, accredited North Bay Beach and South Bay Beach being broken by a rocky headland on which stands a reminder of the past, the historic Scarborough Castle.

 

Other attractions include the Sea Life Marine Sanctuary,Scarborough Art Gallery and the newly refurbished Rotunda Museum, along with many festivals, including Seafest, Jazz, Bike week, Scarborough Fayre and the Scarborough Cricket Festival, provide you with all year round events.

 

Explore the Local Area

Robin Hood's Bay

Robin Hood's Bay is within the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, the village dates back to the days of smugglers and fishing folk, its cobbled streets and pretty painted cottages nestle into the cliffs surrounded by some of the most beautiful coastline in the country.

The beach, of sand and rocks, has been regularly awarded the ENCAMS Seaside Award and will be flying the distinctive blue and yellow flag if appropriate.

The bay is one of the most appealing unspoilt villages on the East Coast. With excellent scenic coastal walks and cycle rides, The Coast to Coast walk finishes at the slipway at the Bay.

The village has several friendly shops, fish and chip shop, cafes, pubs (most serve meals and real ale) and Bistro which help make it an all year round pleasure.

Whitby

The fishing town of Whitby is a short drive away where there is a supermarket, shopping, a famous abbey, church, piers and many eateries including the Magpie Café (Fish Restaurant).

Whitby is dominated by the cliff-top ruins of the beautiful
13th century Whitby Abbey.

A selection of diverse attractions includes the Captain Cook Memorial Museum, Victorian Jet Works, the Dracula Experience, Pannett Park and Whitby Museum.

Weekly Tariffs - 2021

January - March

£389 per week [half term £459 per week]

April

£409 per week

Easter

£479 per week

May

£409 per week

June

£459 per week

July (1st two weeks)

£469 per week

July (other two weeks)

£589 per week

August

£589 per week

September

£449 per week

October

£409 per week (1/2 term £509 per week)

November - December*

£389 per week (Victorian Week £409)

Christmas

£589 per week

New Year

£589 per week

Important Information

All lets include a free car parking space [at the top of the bank] (a SAVING of approx £35pw on pay & display car park charges) .

Pet by arrangement.

Week lets are Saturday to Saturday.

Short breaks and midweek holidays are available (subject to availability) for:

3 nights from £229 and

4 nights from £269.

In common with many holiday cottages in the bay Dock Cottage does have a couple of rooms that have low beamed ceilings. Should you feel that this may cause a problem then please ask prior to booking. 

 

Availability

 
 
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Contact Us

Nick & Sue Hall, 9 Orchard Drive, Whittle-le-Woods, Chorley, Lancashire, UK, PR6 7JZ

Tel.: +44(0)1257 262167

Mob.: +44(0)7703 723077

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