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Dog Friendly Holiday Cottage in Whitby

lurcher comfy in the holiday cottageUnlike other dog friendly cottages in Whitby, Wynd Cottage can be the place to stay with up to 2 dogs without paying extra! If you are a responsible owner with a well behaved dog or dogs, then that’s fine by us.

There are no extra charges for your pets, although we do request a returnable deposit to cover for any damages/extra cleaning costs that we may incur (there are dog owners who give the rest of us a bad name). The costs and terms are available on the Rates & Booking page.

We do request that pets are kept out of the bedrooms and off the furniture. Please do not leave your pet in the cottage unattended, even the steadiest, quietest, well behaved dogs can become stressed in an unfamiliar home and act completely out of character.

Please bring all your dog's own beds, bowls etc.

Now to the good bit

 wee walks close to cottage on the copWhitby is a fabulous place to say with your furry friends. It has many dog friendly cafes and pubs. There are many walks both along the coast, across the moors and, of course, the beaches. Wynd Cottage has a small terrace but a two minute walk away from the front door are plenty of “wee walks” that come with some stunning views! There are some restrictions on the West Cliff beach during the peak season. Dogs are not allowed on the part of the beach closest to the cottage from 1st May to 30th September. Not to worry though, a stroll along the prom past the chalets is access to miles of beach (please be mindful of the tide times). Tate hill beach and Fish Pier beach on the East Cliff are available to walk your dogs all year round.

How’s about a trip to the Abbey? The famous 199 steps or take the Donkey road to the right hand side if you’ve got a long dog. The Abbey is dog friendly and there’s lots going on there throughout the year. If you get the chance the Dracula drama performed within the Abbey it’s a MUST SEE (check out the English Heritage website)

Take a walk along the beach to the pretty village of Sandsend (approx. three miles away). Don’t miss the quaint cottages up the beck beyond the main parade. Or a visit to Mulgrave woods with its castle ruins (open to the public on Sundays and Wednesdays).

Maybe a stroll along the old railway track to Ruswarp, with the Bridge pub for refreshments at the end of the line? An O.S map and books of interest are available in the cottage. The possibilities are endless. You’re in God’s own Country, make the most of it.

 

dog have a rest at the abbeyWaiting for "Dracula" at the Abbey
Dog playing on westcliff beach close to the cottageWest Cliff Beach (no small furies were hurt during this photo shoot)

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