- Very Good
- 22 guest reviews
"Lovely, we cannot wait to stay again...."
"Really pretty and close to all attractions..."
"clean, cosy and good location...."
"This place is in a perfect spot right in the middle of Whitby within 5 mins walking of the 199 steps and all the pretty little shops. The ac..."
"Really nice place very pretty and in a great location. The television is not in a good place as it is too low and you can't see it from the..."
About the hotel
SUMMER 2 NIGHT MINIMUM STAY- With its quaint cobbled streets and picturesque houses standing on the steep slopes of the River Esk, Whitby is dominated by its cliff top Abbey. Situated along one of Britain’s finest stretches of coastline, with cliffs, lovely bays, safe sandy beaches and attractive villages, Whitby has been a port for more than 1,000 years and is still a seafarers' town today. Laid next to the striking North Yorkshire Moors – for the most breath taking scenery.
The narrow streets and alleys climbing down to the quayside still bustle as they have done for centuries and as folklore and tradition are very much part of the Whitby scene, visitors soon find themselves involved. From these centuries-old streets, Where shepherds purse is based, 199 steps lead up to the parish church of St Mary, whose churchyard inspired Bram Stoker to write his world-famous novel, Dracula. As well as attracting many famous visitors, Whitby has produced its own famous sons, not least Captain James Cook, and also the outstanding father and son whaling masters of the Scoresby family. Each month sees performing arts - dance, music and carnivals are just a sample of what’s in store at the Whitby Folk Festival and Regatta, while the Captain Cook Festival celebrates the town’s proud seafaring tradition. From fish & chip and candyfloss culture to boutique bistros serving the finest food from the area. You are bound to be back time and time again. Sea . . Sand . . . Forest & The Majestic Moors . . . Beautiful heather moorland lies at the very heart of the North York Moors National Park. Unenclosed and unsurpassed, this stunning landscape has a quiet drama all of its own. Responding sensitively to the changing seasons, the moorland is a special place whatever time of year. For bookings please telephone 01947 820228 mobile numbers Michelle 07445282065 Sophie 07775914254
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- Until 10:30 hours
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Lovely, we cannot wait to stay again.
Easter short break
Really pretty and close to all attractions