Scarborough Council’s portfolio holder for legal, democratic and governance Cllr Tony Randerson last week approved the changes for the coming season.
Under the new structure. the cost of renting a standard chalet annually will rise from £1,087 to £1,109 in Scarborough and from £640 to £653 in Whitby.
New chalets in Whitby are to be priced at £1,364 up from £1,337 previously.
The cost of annually renting a new chalet in Filey is also to go up by £20 to £1,024.
The price of weekly off-peak rentals in the three resorts will increase by £1.
Peak time lettings in Scarborough are to go up by £4 and by £3 and £2 in Filey and Whitby respectively.
Daily off-peak lettings will go up by 50p in all three locations and by £1 on peak times.
Winter lettings in Scarborough and Filey will go up by £5 to £233.
The administration fee charged by the council is to rise slightly to £18.
The report that went before Cllr Randerson noted: “The proposed changes made represent an increase of 2% in income overall.
“The increases are considered reasonable given the quality of the provided, market demand and comparisons with providers of similar services in the area.”