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Fishing is another of the Whitby pastimes, where you can hire a boat and tackle for a day in the North Sea or you can join the many enthusiasts with their simple lines trying their luck off the Pier.A short sea trip is available with the speedboat ‘Velocity’ or try the replica galleon ‘Endeavour’ or the many other vessels which take you on a short coastal trip - one of which includes a lovely sunset trip on the ‘Esk Belle’.Parking is available in a pay and display car park 500 yards from the property.The local Whitby visitor centre is very close for you to pop in and get help or advice on all local events and happenings.An enchanting, historic property dating from around 1620 located in a quaint alley off the cobbled streets in the heart of the old town.It boasts a wealth of period features including mullioned and sash windows, original wood panelled sitting room and staircase, oak floors, and exposed beams.The carved date to the right of the door is a recent addition.
Both Whitby and Sandsend have the top ‘Blue Flag’ rated beaches, for cleanliness and safety.
The property would have included the next door property, 96a to form a substantial town house.
The property was built around about 1618 to 1630, possible for a Mr William Linskill, whose initials were originally marked on a lintel above the door (WAL 1618).
The town is famous for its Festival weekends, Regatta Week and Folk weeks, not forgetting the hugely popular and fun ‘Goth’ weekends.
The new Abbey visitor centre and the Captain Cook museum are a must for all visitors.
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