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High Street
TS13 5BH


From The South

- A1M then A168/A19 to Thirsk/Teeside
- Then take A172 toward Stokesly
- Then take A173, from a roundabout near Stokesley past Great Ayton
- Then near Guisborough take the A171 toward Whitby and Scarborough and follow the signs
- Take B1366 (Liverton Road) toward Loftus, follow the road all the way through Liverton and Liverton Mines
- The road twists and turns down a steep hill into Loftus
- At the cross roads turn right onto the A174 toward Whitby
- If you miss the Loftus turning, turn left a half mile later toward Grinkle and Easington, on Grinkle Lane, then right at the A174
- Continue past Boulby potash mine and turn left at the sign for Staithes
- The old village is at the bottom of the steep hill

From The North

- A1 South from Durham
- Then A689 from Sedgefield to Hartlepool and Teeside
- Then A19/A66 to The South/Stockton/Darlington
- Cross the Tees bridge after five miles to Middlesborough on the A66
- Then A171 toward Guisborough, Whitby and Scarborough and follow the signs
Then directions as above to Staithes turning

Once In Staithes

- follow the road down the steep hill (High Street) and follow the road round to the right at the Staithes art gallery, The Cottage is next to the Royal George pub, separated by an alley.


Staithes was not built for cars so there is no parking in the village but you can park outside the Cottage to drop off and pick up luggage and people. At the top of the hill is the Council pay car park (free out of season). Cowbar car park is free all year. Or you can call Mr Pink who has limited parking behind his house, Glenvale, at a reduced rate CLICK HERE