'Awd Tuts' Cottages consist of 'Riverside' Cottage - sleeps up to 5 in 3 bedrooms...

Riverside Cottage

Riverside Cottage is a modern stylish property ideally located looking across the River Esk. It has a vantage point beneath the old victorian built coastal railway viaduct. This is now unused but is a great way to walk into Whitby centre and the views are fantastic from the top.

Riverside Cottage sleeps up to 6 persons comfortably in 3 bedrooms and offers superb centrally-heated accomodation with all required amenities.

It is in a picturesque location providing opportunities to spot many wild birds and river animals, including seals from the riverbank or from the first floor balcony of the cottage. A great place to sit taking in the views while sipping a glass of wine


We offer a wide selection of short breaks throughout the year. We have a 'special offers' page for each cottage.
Please look at our 'short break' calculator page on both cottages for relevant prices.

Awd Tuts Cottage

Awd Tuts Cottage is our 2nd cottage, very well placed in the very heart of Whitby's 'old town'. This is the area with cobbled streets and quaint curio shops, just several metres away from beautiful Whitby fishing harbour. Awd Tuts is a 17th century cottage and was originally built in the year 1640. The Cottage sleeps up to 5 persons and offers comfortable 'old world' charm but with all modern amenities.

Our self-catering cottages are well maintained by the owners, Mike & Louise, for that extra personal touch. Our cottages in Yorkshire offer you that perfect home from home whether it be for a family gathering or a romantic getaway for couples wanting to be alone. Whitby harbourside at night is a great place to enjoy a fantastic atmosphere with many exceptional reataurants, pubs and tavernas.

Both of our cottages in Whitby offer exceptional accommodation, style, cleanliness, and value for money. Whitby is contained within the North Yorkshire Moors National Park close to the nearby resorts of Sandsend, Staithes, Robin Hoods Bay and Scarborough.


In the interests of the majority of our guests and to better cater for persons with allergies both cottages
are strictly non-smoking and we do not allow any pets.

The historic fishing village of Whitby, having a magnificent beach, safe bathing and varied holiday pastimes, is located in a prime position on the North Yorkshire Coast.

In cultivated dales and valleys, small streams slowly flow down to meet the River Esk through tiny hamlets. For nature lovers, the moor and coast offer fantastic scenic views with secluded picnic spots and a variety of nature trails. The high rugged cliffs and coastline provides fascinating panoramas of small sandy coves, interspersed with the sea cliffs which rise some 600ft. to meet the moorland. At the base of some of these cliffs, or precariously perched on the sides there are unique fishing villages and old smuggling centres such as Staithes.

Runswick Bay or Robin Hood's Bay, offer striking comparison to the moorland villages such as Goathland, famous as Aidensfield Village in Heartbeat, Danby or Castleton, where sheep and curlew are sometimes your only company.

There is a galaxy of historic abbeys, monasteries, priories and castles within the area while sections of the original Roman Road still remain on the moor, as well as many moorland crosses, which acted as traveller's signposts, passing points or centres of religious ceremony in days gone by.

Fishing can be enjoyed at sea, from the River Esk and reservoirs. Many local fishermen offer pleasure boat trips or fishing parties departing from Whitby harbour daily. There are a number of horse-riding establishments and golf courses in the vicinity. Steam locomotives of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway can carry you through the unique ice-age valleys of the National Park whilst inland and in Whitby itself, local craftsmen still produce take-home souvenirs such as wood carving, pottery, jet jewellery, paintings and craft items.

Slightly inland is the beautiful North Yorks Moors National Park. The perimeter of which is readily accessible from the network of major roads. Once within the park's 550 square miles of forests and wild moorland which rises to a plateau height of 1000ft there is a magical air of peace, quietness and solitude.