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Captain Cooks Haven, Whitby, North Yorkshire

Captain Cooks Haven
Larpool
Whitby
North Yorkshire

YO22 4NE | View map
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Captain Cook's Haven is beautifully set, on two levels, nestling beside the banks of the River Esk as it winds its way from the rugged beauty of the North Yorkshire Moors towards the bustling seaside resort of Whitby, just a mile away. These cottages offer an ideal touring centre for exploring the nearby fishing villages, sandy bays and seaside resorts. You enjoy the use of a superb indoor heated swimming pool and alongside the pool is an exciting playground for children of all ages. The historic city of York, Castle Howard and the North Yorkshire Moors National Park are also within easy reach. The North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway also runs from Whitby to Pickering and passes Captain Cook's Haven. Enjoy a ride or walk along the old railway track towards Robin Hood's Bay, 6 miles.

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