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- 15 guest reviews
"My partner and I stayed at the Endeavour for 2 nights. Vicky rang during the day to let me know she had to pop out, and to give instructions..."
"The Endeavor Kitchen is charming and quirky - the perfect place to stay in Staithes and soak up the atmosphere of the village. We were very..."
"The accommodation is lovely and right in the heart of the village. I was in the top attic room but have stayed in other rooms below which ar..."
"warm welcome from Vicky. A comfortable room with all amenities' , excellent breakfast...."
"Fabulous....fantastic location and amazing breakfast. Highly recommend..."
About the hotel
This small picturesque fishing village of Staithes, once the largest fishing port in the north of England, was home to 80 traditional fishing boats or “cobbles”. The tradition continues with several working boats operating from the harbour. Staithes is also home to the word famous “Staithes Group” or “Northern Impressionists” who were drawn by the unique quality of light and picturesque working fishing village.
This tradition continues with several working artists living and exhibiting in the village as well as at The Staithes Art Gallery. The Captain Cook Museum in Staithes celebrates James Cooks connection with the village that was his home as an apprentice and where he first got his passion and love for the sea, before travelling 11 miles to Whitby to join the Navy.
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93% would recommend it to a friend
Lovely B&b in beautiful village
My partner and I stayed at the Endeavour for 2 nights.
Vicky rang during the day to let me know she had to pop out, and to give instructions on how to get into the building and find our room.
The instructions were clear, so even though the staff weren't around we were able to get our keys (which came with a lovely letter saying hello, telling us to help ourselves to drink, letting us know where we could have dinner in the village, and how to connect to wifi), and let ourselves in (with some help with the door).
We were staying in the Seaview room, which does exactly what it says on the tin. We were greeted with some cake that had been left for us, and more information about breakfast, etc.
All in all, we had a lovely stay, which made our break. Breakfast was lovely, the room had an amazing view, everyone was very friendly, including Fred the dog. Couple of things to be aware of for anyone staying:
- There's not much - if any - phone reception, but we were able to use their landline to make calls.
- There's free wifi, but the signal doesn't make it up to the Seaview room (which Vicky let us know about in her note)
- The shower in the room we were staying in didn't have the best pressure, so your best bet is to run a bath instead. - Buses to Whitby are every half hour, or every hour on a Sunday. Buses back from Whitby to Staithes finish at 7pm during the week. A cab should cost you about £16-£18
The village itself is lovely, and we ended up spending our Sunday morning before leaving exploring the harbour once the tide had gone out rather than heading back into Whitby.
Would definitely recommend a stay if you're heading to Staithes, or even Whitby itself!
The perfect place to stay in Staithes
The Endeavor Kitchen is charming and quirky - the perfect place to stay in Staithes and soak up the atmosphere of the village.
We were very comfortable and were able to relax completely. The breakfast was extremely good and well presented. The staff were friendly and couldn't have been more helpful - knowing that I was celebrating my birthday, they put flowers in the room and presented some of their gorgeous cake on the day. It was a very special stay.