Lupine Cottage, Flowergate, Whitby

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Top Bedroom


The Dorma bedroom is the largest of the bedrooms and comes equipped with a cot and matress and also has a view across the harbour.  A wolf mural decorates the stairs leading up to this attic room.
Second Bedroom


The first floor bedroom has a wolfs head mural on one wall.
Living Room


The Living room has all the amenities you need for your stay, inluding a flat screen TV with DVD, Stereo, WiFi internet and Freesat.  The Sofa and chairs are all fully reclining.  An assortment of games and books are also provided.
Bathroom


The bathroom is fully equipped with a shaver socket, Heated Towel Rail, full width and height mirrors, and a double sized shower.
Kitchen


The kitchen is fully equipped with everything we can think of, if you find anything you think should be added, please let us know and we'll try to add if before your next visit.
Pictures of Whitby


A selection of views from around Whitby.
Other Information
Facilities Provided
Facilities at the cottage include: 
 
Gas Central Heating 
 
Broadband with WiFi 
 
Dishwasher 
 
Washing Machine 
 
Microwave 
 
Iron and Ironing Board 
 
Full size fridge and freezer 
 
TV with built in DVD & media player
 
Stereo HiFi with CD 
 
High Chair 
 
Cot with Matress 
 
Travelcot/Playpen 
 
A selection of games and books 
 
Teatowel and handtowels are provided

Local Amenities and Events
Places to Eat. 
-The Duke of York, Church Street - Great Pub food. 
-Sanders Yard, Sanders Yard off Church Street - Great Vegetarian food. 
-The Magpie - World famous fish and chips.
  
Things to See. 
-The Whalebones - Captain Cooks monument and great views across the bay and of the Abbey. 
-The Spa Pavilion - If you're here for an event, it's probably here. 
-Whitby Abbey - Founded in 657ad by the Saxon king of Nothumbria Oswy, Ruined Abbey run by The National Trust. 
-The Captain Cook Museum. 
-The Dracula Experience - All about the dark Count. 
-Whitby Museum, Pannett Park - Historical artifacts & Art Gallery. 
-The Endeavour, Replica of Captain Cooks ship from his 1768 voyage.
 
Things to do. 
-Whitby Walks - Ghost tours from the whalebones 8pm. 
-Tours out from the harbour, along the coast and Whale Watching. 
-NYMR - (North Yorkshire Moors Railway) Steam Trains. 
-Pirate Play Park, located in Pannet Park, free to all.

Events.
-Goth Events, twice yearly gothic events with live music, trade stalls and events around the town.
-Folk Week, Folk concerts, workshops, Morris dancers and other entertainment.
-Whitby Regatta, possibly the oldest sea regatta in England, normally in August.
-Musicport, Festival of Music from around the world.

Transport links. 
-Train via East Coast, Grand Central, First Pennine Express via Middlesborough and Darlington where connections can be made to Whitby at New Quay Road
-Whitby's main Bus Station, New Quay Road
 - Your way in and out of Whitby.