The Granary Cottages

Comfortable and Quiet
Barn Conversion near Whitby, North Yorkshire


+44(0)1947 600 738

Welcome to The Granary Cottages

Modern self-catering holiday cottages in the North York Moors just outside the historical fishing port of Whitby.

The four cottages are set in a sandstone barn and each accommodates 4 to 8 people in each - 22 people in total.

The Granary Cottages are located at Bannial Flatts Farm which was originally part of the historic Raithewaite Estate, a little gem hidden away just outside Whitby in the beautiful North York Moors National Park.

Our eco-friendly self catering cottages are converted to the highest standard offering a unique holiday experience.

Each barn sleeps 4, 6 or 8 people in double and twin bedrooms. They have a large family friendly shared garden, patio and alfresco dining areas with outside feature lighting. Free Wifi and underfloor heating. With ample parking, luxury bedlinen, soft towels, DAB radio, 40in flat screen TV/DVD, EV electric car charging and so much more too!

Book an Individual Cottage - Or All Four for a Celebration!

When booked together for larger parties, have the best of both worlds.

  • Cottage 1 – Sleeps 6 people
  • Cottage 2 – Sleeps 4 people
  • Cottage 3 – Sleeps 4 people
  • Cottage 4 - Sleeps 8 people
  • Total 22 people

Enjoy All That Yorkshire Has To Offer

From this amazing location discover and explore the delights ‘God’s own Country’ has to offer. Walking and cycling routes from your doorstep and local family friendly pubs and delicious tea rooms are close by. Whitby and the Yorkshire Jurassic coast is just a 5 minute drive away. Steam trains, castles, forests and theme parks, historic York and beautiful Ryedale market towns can all be part of your Yorkshire holiday experience.

We love to meet and greet our guests when they arrive, a welcome cup of Yorkshire tea or a bottle of wine here ready to open when you walk through the door also some sweet treats to taste, you’ll feel at home from the moment you arrive.

We look forward to seeing you,
Paul and Jenny