What makes us love them that little bit more…. is that their products are totally plastic free, hand printed, in Whitby and inspired by the place we call home.
Jessica was born and raised in Robin Hood’s Bay and her art work captures the heart of the area. She has recently opened up a beautiful shop which is a must visit in her hometown. Our favourite product is the mini chopping board. Perfect for cheese platters! We take ours everywhere. It’s a handy size for the backpack too.
What makes us love her that little bit more… is that Jessica draws each design so that they capture the hidden gems of Whitby.
Furbelow & Co
Furbellow is a family run Gentlemen’s store with a twist, nestled on Sandgate in the old part of the historic town of Whitby. Furbellow is our go to shop for gifts. The majority of gifts for Luke (Co-Founder of Whitby Gin) have come from here. Our favourite item is this backpack which we bought over 2 years ago. It is used Every. Single. Day. and has travelled the UK, been stuffed with laptops, overnight items, hiking supplies etc and is still spot on.
What makes us love them that little bit more... is that it is a family run business who have an incredible eye for quality.
Berties of Bay
Berties is a beautiful store tucked away in the isolated coastal town Robin Hoods Bay. Their Ganseys are beautifully crafted and nice & toasty. Luke and I wore them all winter for our gin events. Smart, comfortable and hard wearing.
What makes us love them that little bit more… is that they have brought back to life heritage clothing.
Smugglers run by the incredibly talented Geri in her Whitby studio. She soaks up the rawness of nature and the wild adventures it can lead us on. Her work is influenced by the wild North Sea. I just love this Adventure Awaits ring- Luke *wink wink* Christmas gift idea .