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Elford House
10 Prospect Hill
North Yorkshire

YO21 1QE | View map

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Elford House is a beautiful, sympathetically-renovated Edwardian guest house ideally situated for those holiday makers seeking a base near the centre of Whitby with the beach, harbour, shops and all other local amenities just five minutes walk away. We have private off road parking so you leave your car safely until the end of your stay. For the more adventurous the North Yorkshire Moors Park and railway is on our doorstep, making Elford House an excellent base to visit the many famous landmarks within North Yorkshire. Whitby is one of Britain's foremost tourist areas, and no wonder. Whatever your interests, this part of the world can probably satisfy it. Whitby itself is an old, working fishing port combined with a busy tourist centre, full of pubs, restaurants, shops and places of interest - Whitby Abbey, the romantic ruins overlooking Whitby, was the setting for a famous Bram Stoker novel. Whitby's most famous son was Captain Cook, and one of the world's earliest documentary photographers, Frank Sutcliffe, worked in Whitby. Whitby has a beautiful sandy beach, perfect for family holidays, and as an added attraction, the harbour often hosts visiting tall ships, including the replica Endeavour and the Grand Turk. The town is on the edge of the North York Moors, and this, combined with the spectacular coastal paths, offer endless opportunities for walking and wildlife watching. We invite you to make yourselves comfortable and at home, to relax and enjoy our warm and friendly relaxed atmosphere, which, we find, has brought guest back to Elford House time after time. What makes Elford House special is that you do not have to get up too early because your continental breakfast is delivered to you. Just relax and enjoy your stay and don't forget you are on holiday.

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