Perkins Cottage

Characterful cottage with stone walls from which to explore the charming old town of Whitby.

Key Points

  • 17th century fisherman's cottage in charming Whitby's Old Town. Enjoy restaurants and bars locally.
  • Accommodation over 3 floors - a cosy lounge with small kitchen area, a double bedroom and bathroom and then up to another double or twin room.
  • This is a good property for adults, a family and dog owners.



Stay from the 2nd-9th of July at the reduced price of £550 for the week

Stay at a discounted rate of £85 a night, minimum 2 night stays during 2nd-9th of July 


Perkins Cottage is a beautiful 17th Century fisherman's cottage which benefits from quirky features including exposed stone walls and sleeps 4 people in Whitby Old Town. 

With accommodation over 3 floors this property is warm and welcoming especially with the log fire lit. Enjoy relaxing in the cosy lounge and sink into one of the comfy sofas with your loved ones around you. There is a small kitchen area in the property, however why not eat out at one of the many restaurants that Whitby has to offer. The first floor has the  main bedroom with the house bathroom and a twin/double bedroom can be found on the second floor. Children welcome.

Locally you can enjoy a trip to Whitby Abbey, reputedly the inspiration for Dracula. Pannett Park offers a fabulous outdoor space with an onsite museum and gardens to explore. 

Well behaved dogs welcome at a charge of £20.

Minimum 2 night stay.

Reduced rates for weekly stays.

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Room Types

Double Ensuite
Family Rooms



 Not suitable for those with mobility issues


 Additional toilet






 Dining area



 Ironing board

 Plug sockets


 Dining area


Nearby (within 5 miles)


 Local shop

 Pub within walking distance





 Family friendly site



On Arrival

 Included - Linen

 Included - Towels





 Kitchenware / Utensils




Young Children

 Welcome all ages

Nearest Airport/s

Durham Tees

Content updated on 29th June 2022 by Louise Catterall, Content Editor at QuirkyAccom in collaboration with Chloe Truelove from Perkins Cottage