Garden Oasis, Whitby, North York Moors

Garden Oasis, Whitby, North York Moors
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 2
September 8, 2015


Suitable for a couple wishing to enjoy a relaxing romantic break exploring the stunning landscapes of the North Yorkshire coast, or for a small party of up to three lured by the mysterious atmosphere of the world-famous town of Whitby, Garden Oasis is the perfect base for a short break or extended stay.

Set on the ground floor of a graceful grade II listed Georgian mansion that oozes grandeur and elegance, Garden Oasis is an exceptionally presented one bedroom property that offers a slice of luxury in the lap of the historic town immortalised in Bram Stoker’s ‘Dracula’. Garden Oasis blends contemporary living perfectly with the heritage of the building, offering all the mod cons you would expect from premium accommodation. Imagine, for instance, savouring a glass of finest white at the end of a tiring day, relaxing in comfort in the delightful sitting room which is dominated by traditional features, such as shuttered windows and high ceilings. With a king-size bedroom and an additional sofa bed, space is never an issue for three guests sharing the apartment, while the modern breakfast bar, private patio and mature, sheltered garden opens up the possibility to spread out on a warm summer or autumn evening.

With on-street car parking and public car parks close by, you can take a leisurely trip onto the North Yorkshire Moors or leave your car in safety while you stroll into Whitby’s historic centre.

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It was in Whitby that Bram Stoker’s Dracula first set foot on English soil, under the watchful eye of the Benedictine abbey that dominates the headland that rises above the town. In fact, it is said that Stoker first discovered the name of his legendary creature in Whitby’s library and the town’s association with Dracula was born. Whitby, however, is not merely a shrine to one of literature and film’s most iconic monsters; yes, you can take part in the Dracula Tour and even join an evening ghost hunt in Whitby’s darkest corners, but the historic town also offers tranquil coastline walks, the 199-step climb to the ruins of the dramatic abbey or a visit to the Captain Cook Memorial Museum. Medieval cobbled streets and the lively harbour are also worthy of a visit to savour the contrasting atmospheres of this charming coastal town.

Beyond Whitby, North Yorkshire’s rolling moors are a haven for hikers who love to explore the idyllic villages and undulating landscapes of the region – with Goathland, Lealholm and Grosmont all worthy of a visit. Train enthusiasts can board one of the services from Whitby on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway for an authentic taste of steam travel, departing at one of a number of stations as the train winds its way through the moors, or alternatively leaving at the opposite end of the line to discover Pickering’s splendid 13th century castle.

However you choose to spend your day, you can relax in the knowledge that a comfortable and luxurious evening awaits in Garden Oasis.

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