Villa Holiday Homes with a pool
National Trust
The

It is important to remember that for every bad review there are probably lots of satisfied customers. These reviews are the comments of individual visitors to Information Britain and have not been authenticated by us. They should not be taken as the views of Crawbar Ltd - publishers of this web site.

Featured Destination

November 2014: The Forest of Bowland

Is it sad that so few Britons know the Forest of Bowland, or great for those of us who do? Bowland covers a huge area, ...More
More Uk destinations

Reviews of The White Horse and Griffin, Whitby

Best rates for a Local Hotel

Review by Mrs Macdaonld on 5th January, 2010

Add your review
My husband and I stayed at the whitehorse and griffin on the 24.12.09 for four nights. This was not only our christmas break but also our wedding aniversary. We stayed in the provider room, which was shabby and very small and what can we say about the very cramped bathroom with a very poor shower! We have have a few meals at the whitehorse as we come to whitby at least four times a year. To be fair the meals in the restaurant have been nice, but a bit overpriced. However our breaksfasts while staying over the christmas period were very small, cold and sometimes burnt. The sausages were the size of cocktails sausages, we didn't need a large breaksfast as we were going out for our lunch but that's not the point I read the review before booking this hotel and there were quite a few bad ones but ha ho we would give it a go as the meals we had there in the past were very nice as are the staff. We would not recommed this hotel to anyone wanting good value for money. You live and learn in life.

Date visited: 24.12.09

Review by Beth on 17th February, 2009

Add your review
I've got to be honest we didn't stay at this hotel (but down the road! god I wish we hadn't!!) We found the White Horse and Griffin while strolling round the town and popped in to see what they had to offer (it looked so facinating!) We were shown round 3 rooms all of which were gorgeous, slightly quaint, but immaculate. So we decided to dine there (how come nowhere does food this good where we live!) The mussels and fishermans pie were to die for! The lady that should us round was so helpful, even told us about their special offer (I can't believe they need one!) Will be coming back to Whitby really soon, just to stay there and soak up the fantastic atmosphere this place has (and have another amazing meal) Can't wait!!!

Date visited: Jan 2009

Review by Fiona T on 9th February, 2009

Add your review
When we went to check in we were asked if we wanted a complimentry upgarde (well who would say no!! We had been quoted 65 for ou room)The room we ended up in was okay (but I wouldn't have liked to have seen the 65 room!!) Clean and comfortable, but no sign of the luxury so often quoted by this hotel! The good points about this establishment, THE STAFF, very keen to please and nothing ever seems too much trouble. The couple (sorry if you aren't!!) that were working the night we dined in the restaurant were FAB. I have stayed in many hotels for business (this was pleasure - well almost!) But this pair made me and my boyfriend feel very welcome, we stayed quite late (to some people they would have been thinking we'd out stayed our welcome)but instead they made it clear that we could leave whenever WE were ready! Rooms and food ok. L and D (not sure if we can mention your names!) you are FAB.

Date visited: 2008

- Write a Review

Brit Quote:
Not on one strand are all life's jewels strung. - William Morris
More Quotes

On this day:
Eddystone Lighthouse Smashed by Storm - 1703, Britains 1st policewoman goes on duty - 1914, Train Downs Nazi Plane - 1942, Ross McWhirter killed by IRA - 1975, Damilola Taylor Stabbed to Death - 2000
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages