No. 2 Railway Cottages

Sleeps 4 in a peaceful village, just outside Whitby, North Yorkshire
Call Joan on 01947 603801 to Book

Archive of: 2017

Christmas Festival

Christmas Festival

It's the Whitby Christmas Festival - 17-19 November - with Christmas Market, Lantern Parade, Live Music, Fireworks.

We have vacancies so call to book and get your Christmas off to a festive start.

Yes, I know - this is last year's poster.  The Council doesn't appear to have one for this year!

First Frost

First Frost

First grass frost this morning.

Time to book your autumn/winter break.  A relaxing few days before the Christmas rush kicks in.  Or perhaps a Christmas shopping break - find those unusual presents or visit the many Christmas markets/events that are on offer over the next few weeks.  Visit the website and book your dates.

Sunset

Sunset

Fabulous sunset today.

The Mouse

The Mouse

Can you spot the mouse?  So well camouflaged in her nest!

River View

River View

An autumn day looking down river.  Warm & sunny even though it's the end of October.

Winter Breaks

Winter Breaks

As the season draws to a close, now is the time to experience Whitby out of season.  The town is quieter and the parking is easier.  The days are shorter but the scenery is more atmospheric.  A great time of year for walkers/cyclists/artists/photographers.  The cottage is warm and cosy and we offer reduced rates.  Call to book your winter break.

They're back!

They're back!

It's about 4 weeks since we've seen ducks in the garden - in fact, people have been asking is they're still around.  Perhaps they've been on holiday!  Nice to see them back.

Vacancy

Vacancy

There are 2 free nights in the cottage this week - 18-20 October.  Special price - only £190.  Treat yourself to an autumn break - call to book.

Whitby Christmas Festival

Whitby Christmas Festival

Whitby Christmas Festival - 18-20 November.  Ideal for those unusual Christmas presents.  We have vacancies - call to book now.

Topsy-Turvy Autumn

Topsy-Turvy Autumn

What a topsy-turvy autumn this is turning out to be.  The Forsythia is flowering now - usually this happens in January/February!

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