Tariffs & Local Area

All prices include parking with permits for up to two cars, bed linen, Wi-Fi and electricity.

We welcome one well behaved dog at and extra charge of £20 per week. We do ask they aren’t left in the cottage alone and that they aren’t allowed in the bedrooms or on furniture.

Low Season

January, February, October, November and December (excluding school holidays, Christmas and New Year).

3 nights – £420
4 nights – £480
7 nights – £620 

October half term 7 nights – £800

Christmas 7 nights – £950 

New Year 7 nights- £950

Mid Season

March, April, May (excluding Easter holidays, May bank holiday & other School holidays).

3 nights – £450
4 nights – £540
7 nights – £670


High Season

June, July and August

7 nights- £950

September 7 nights – £800

Please note June, July, August,September and school holidays are for seven night breaks only but please enquire for any late availability. Our high season breaks are from Saturday to Saturday.

A deposit of 25% of the total fee is required upon booking with the balance to be received at least two months before your holiday. Once the balance is received, we will send you details of the cottage, village and the key code. Any help we can give we will to ensure you have a memorable holiday.

Bedlinen is included but towels and tea towels etc are not provided. We do have a travel cot but don’t provide bedding for this.

We pride ourselves on the fact that we have guests who return year after year.  Please see our Facebook page for reviews, updates and late availability.

Things to do

Untouched by time, Staithes is a charming fishing village, with recent finds dating a settlement there all the way back to the Bronze Age.

The cobbled streets and traditional shops create a quaint atmosphere. There is a choice of two wonderful local pubs a very short distance from the cottage, both of which serve lunchtime and evening meals and allow dogs. There is also a choice of cosy cafes which offer eat in or take away options (and pizza collection on certain days from The Cobbles).

The Captain Cook and Staithes Museum will give a small insight into the rich history of the area and is an intersting way to spend a rainy afternoon.

The scenic harbour and beach offer amazing views and great opportunities for fishing, surfing, fossil hunting, rockpooling and crabbing. The art galleries and craft centre (in season) are well worth a visit. And of course, for the artists and photographers among you it is the ideal spot to paint or take that “perfect” picture.

Children will enjoy exploring the higeldy-pigeldy streets of the village, crabbing, building sandcastles and paddling at the beach, rockpooling, completing the illusion trail, walking across the stepping stones to the secret beach, visiting the lifeboat shed and shop or eating an ice-cream whilst watching the harbour. There is also a playground at the top of the village near the visitor centre.

The village shop The Kessen bowl is perfect for pocket money toys, treats and souvenirs. It also sells essentials such as milk, bread, toothpaste and wine.

There are also many beautiful walks which are assessible straight from the cottage including along the stunning Cleveland way.

Staithes is also close to many fantastic places for day trips such as Sandsend, Whitby, Runswick Bay, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Robin Hood’s Bay, Goathland, Mulgrave woods, Sleights and Pickering to name but a few. And of course a ride on the famous North Yorkshire Moors railway is an absolute must.


A visit to the rowing boats, riverside cafe and minature train at Sleights is a lovely way to spend an afternoon but remember to take plenty of duck food.

On certain days and dates Mulgrave woods is open to the public. It offers a beautiful walk through woodland and leads to the ancient Mulgrave castle on the top of a hill. The views are amazing and makes the steep walk up worth while.

Saltburn-by-the-Sea is a wonderful day out with a cliff tramway, arcade, playground, various restaurants, cafes and shops and a large beach and Pier.