This romantic apartment for two people benefits from unsurpassed sea views and comes with the convenience of its own entrance. It is also centrally heated and comes with a really cosy rustic open coal fire!
The lounge/diner is open plan allowing interaction whilst cooking a meal. A kitchen area comes with all you need to cook a romantic meal for two including a table overlooking the sea. This apartment comes with a big old couch so you can really relax whilst watching the TV.
The upstairs bedroom is sensational and comes with the most stunning views overlooking the dock and nearby Ravenscar. There’s something to be said about lying in bed, listening and smelling the sea breeze. There is also a table in the room so if you fancy it, have your dinner up there with a bottle of wine. The bedroom also has a TV giving you the option to watch a film too.
“The the sea views are just stunning,
its a proper escape”
This stylish and very popular self-contained apartment is situated on the top floor and perfectly designed for two people looking for a hideaway.
An open plan design gives a really airy feel thanks to three large vellux windows. The lounge has a clever window seat overlooking the dock area giving stunning unobstructed views of the dock and beach. There is a well equipped galley style kitchen providing all the equipment and utensils you need to rustle up a tasty dish.
The Studio has very comfortable King Size bed where you can either lie back and look at the stars through the vellum windows or cosy up and watch the telly at the foot of the bed.
A comfortable shower room with WC has everything you need after a romantic walk on the beach.
“Perfectly located, right next to the beach,
nestled amongst quant cottages, restaurants and pubs.”
This very comfortable self-contained Tudor style apartment is designed for two people and is situated on the first floor. A wonderful old style sofa, comfy chair and impressive fire place makes this a really relaxing place to unwind. Opening the sash windows in both the lounge and bedroom really lets in the atmosphere of King Street. Interestingly, up until the late 1800’s, King Street was the main route from Scarborough to Whitby with the beach forming access into the Bay - so a very historic street to be looking over.
This apartment certainly lives up to its name. With its Tudor style beamed ceilings and panelled walls, it is very atmospheric. An open plan kitchen is well laid out and fully equipped with everything required to cook a meal.
The interior design continues through to the bedroom where there’s an oak panelled bed complete with tapestry drapes. There's ample wardrobe and drawer space in the antique decor so you won’t be struggling for storage.
If you have a dog, you are welcome to bring your feline friend with you and stay in The Tudor together. The Bay is ideally located for walks and your dog will love it too. All we ask is that it's a well behaved fellow and they aren’t left alone in the apartment at any time.