A memorable getaway awaits you at Ted's Place, a pretty terrace cottage resting amidst the hustle and bustle of Whitby's town centre and just moments away from the sandy beach. With its close location to the coastline, as well as plenty of things to see and do, this self-catering accommodation is a rare find for families, romantics, beachcombers and those alike to call home as they embark on a traditional Yorkshire holiday by the sea. At the end of each day, look forward to returning to the warmth of Ted's Place, which boasts a stylish interior design and everything you could possibly need to enjoy a comfortable stay. Head into the open-plan living room to discover the well-equipped kitchen, containing all the essentials to cater to your culinary needs, accompanied by a dining table, where you can gather together to enjoy each other's company over a home-cooked dish, a takeaway or a bottle of fizz or two. Afterwards, a plush sofa and a sumptuous armchair invite you to kick back and relax in front of the TV before heading to bed to catch your rest. On the first floor, you will find a quaint king-size bedroom and a single bedroom, both enjoying a refreshing colour palette to ensure a relaxing aura as you retire each evening and are served by a sleek shower room, containing a spacious walk-in shower, basin and WC. Each day, look forward to meandering the winding alleyways and cobbled streets of Whitby, which are littered with award-winning restaurants and bars, as well as iconic fish and chip shops and a plethora of independent shops that are worth browsing. Explore the waterfront, where you can soak up the sunshine at the sandy beach before walking along the river to find the base of the famous 199 Steps to embark on a climb to find the ruins of Whitby Abbey; at the top savour the stunning sea views before exploring the eerie Abbey ruins, said to have been inspiration for Bram Stoker's 'Dracula'. For those feeling brave, spend some time at the Dracula Experience or brush up on the local history further by visiting Captain Cook Museum or the Whitby Museum. If you can tear yourself away from the town, be sure to visit the idyllic Robin Hood's Bay, offering a more relaxed day by the sea or those with a young child will be delighted by the close proximity to Scarborough, where a whole host of attractions await. For the avid rambler, don your walking boots and explore the Cleveland Way to soak up more views or for those with two-wheels, there is the Cinder Track. With the North York Moors National Park also waiting to be uncovered, Ted’s Place promises to be a wonderful retreat at any time of the year.