Tariffs & Local Area
These prices are per cottage and not per person and each cottage sleeps four persons maximum. There is no extra charge for parking. We feel Auntie Annie’s cottage is unsuitable for young children. We do allow one well behaved dog in each cottage at a charge of £20 per week or let. We do ask that you do not leave your pet in the cottage alone or allow them in the bedrooms.
January, February, October, November and December 2022 (excluding school holidays).
3 nights – £420
4 nights – £480
7 nights – £620
March, April, May (excluding Easter break & School holidays). October to December (excluding school holidays, Christmas, and New Year)
3 nights – £450
4 nights – £540
7 nights – £670
June to mid-July – £750 per week
Mid July to September – £950
September – 7 nights £800
School holidays including Easter break, Spring Bank Holiday/ Half Term and October Half term week – £800
Mid July to October, Christmas week and New year week – £950
Please note that June, July, August and September and school holidays are for week lets only but please enquire for late availability and our week lets are from Saturday to Saturday.
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 local pubs a very short distance from the cottages, both serve meals, and both allow dogs. There is a local craft centre which is open in the summer months and a choice of cafes.
The Captain Cook and Staithes Museum will give a small insight into the rich history of the area.
The harbour and beach offer amazing views and great opportunities for fishing, surfing, fossil hunting, and crabbing. The art gallery and craft centre (in season) are well worth a look around. And of course, for the artists and photographers among you it is the ideal spot to paint or take that “perfect” picture.
Whitby offers a day out in itself, giving you the chance to take in the history and Goathland takes you right into the moors, with the sheep still roaming the street.
The famous steam railway is highly recommended so why not take the train to Pickering or Whitby.
Thornton le Dale is a chocolate box village with thatched cottages and is extremely popular with walkers. Robin Hood’s Bay, Sandsend, Redcar, Saltburn and Runswick Bay are all only a few miles away.
Leaflets and details of the local attractions and eateries are in the cottages ready for you, feel free to read them but please leave them for the next visitors.