Whitby

Whitby has one of the prettiest old harbours in northern England, a majestic abbey from which the views are incredible, wonderful beach, and of course its Dracula connection. And donít miss the lemon buns... Read More

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Whitby Events

May
Moor and Coast Festival
Whitby Shanty Weekend
July
Blessing of the Boats
August
Heaviest Gooseberry Show
Whitby Folk Week
September
Festival on the Moor
Whitby Pirate Day
October
Captain Cook Festival
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Hotels in Whitby - 65 places to stay

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Royal Hotel

Royal Hotel
High on the West Cliff, the Royal occupies a commanding position with wonderful views over the beaches, harbour and lovely old town, and towards the dramatic abbey ruins. Bursting with seafaring heritage, Whitby's ancient streets ... More | visit website
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Flask Inn

Flask Inn
Welcome to The Flask Inn which was originally a traditional moorland 17th Century Coaching Inn overlooking the North Yorkshire Heritage Coast. The Flask Inn offers six comfortable en-suite rooms. Surrounded by thousands of acres of unspoiled ... More | Double Room: £27.50 | visit website
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Ruswarp Hall Hotel

Ruswarp Hall Hotel

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Enjoy the relaxed smoke-free atmosphere and comfortable hotel accommodation in this Jacobean hall. This 17th century hotel ,one mile country path walk to Whitby and within a few minutes walk ... More

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Duke of Wellington Inn

Duke of Wellington Inn
An attractive 18th century ivy-clad inn located in the tranquil village of Danby at the heart of the North York Moors.

Owned since 1999 by Grant Douglas, the timber-beamed bars and open fire create a warm ... More | visit website
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Inn on the moor

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Pretty Moorland Village Of Goathland Where Sheep Roam Freely On The Common, Steam Trains Run Daily From April To October. Many Varied Walks And Waterfalls ... More
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Bagdale Hall Hotel

Bagdale Hall Hotel

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Summer special!! 10% discount on restaurant bills when booking with laterooms.At the Tudor manor house of Bagdale Hall we offer guests the opportunity to relax ... More

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Raven Hall Hotel

Raven Hall Hotel
Raven Hall Hotel is dramatically situated in the North York Moors National Parkland and overlooking Robin Hoods Bay, with breathtaking panoramic cliff-top views. The Hotel facilities comprise of 52 en-suite bedrooms, conference and banqueting facilities ... More | visit website
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Victoria Hotel

Victoria Hotel
The Victoria Hotel is a beautiful, high quality, luxury family run hotel open all the year round. It is uniquely appointed to take full advantage of the stunning unobstructed views overlooking Robin Hood's Bay. These spectacular ... More | visit website
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Dunsley Hall Hotel

Dunsley Hall Hotel

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Dunsley Hall Hotel is a splendid AA 3 star rated hotel set in the quiet hamlet of Dunsley in four acres of landscaped gardens. It is located close to Whitby ... More | Double Room: £65

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Wheeldale Hotel

Wheeldale Hotel

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Located on the western cliff of Whitby, with a premier sea view, this award-winning accommodation offers a freshly cooked breakfast and a self-service bar. The Wheeldale was the winner of the Accommodation ... More

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