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Planning a day trip out, a weekend break or an extended summer holiday. Why not visit Whitby situated on the North East Yorkshire Coast of England, UK which has everything a seaside resort can offer the visiting tourist, whether for that day trip, a short weekend break or the family annual vacation. This whitbyhotels website endeavours to provide you with the tourist information you need when searching for bed and breakfast accommodation in either guesthouses, hotels, self catering cottages or apartments, plus eating out places for Italian, French, Indian and of course the traditional Yorkshire fish chip restaurants.
This website offers a tourist office style information on bnb accommodation; Listings of local places of interest to visit; Weather forecasts on Whitby to help you plan your visit to Whitby a complete success. Stay in either a five star hotel offering full board, a family run bb guest house or in self catering cottages/apartments. I state with confidence all the Whitby bed and breakfast, hotels, b b, bnb, restaurants businesses will assure you of a great Whitby hospitality stay and very warm welcome.
Whitby and Yorkshire tourist information is just a click away using this website, using the menu bars above to find what you are looking for. So search and browse these website pages to discover surrounding villages, seaside resorts in the jewel in the crown of the Yorkshire East Coast Holidays. Just one of these historic working fishing port and popular holiday seaside resorts is Whitby. Whitby accommodation in hotels, cottages, guesthouses, bed and breakfast, b b, bb, bnb, Whitby, North Yorkshire, UK. Whitby restaurants, self catering rentals. Whitby tourist information office

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Whitby has a skyline that is dominated by seagulls flying over the red roof tops of local fishermen cottages. At the top of East Cliff in Whitby, reached by climbing the famous 199 steps, are the ruins of Whitby Abbey, Whitby Abbey visitor centre, St. Hilda’s church and St Mary`s church. It is here at St Mary`s church that the author Bram Stoker found the inspiration to write his world famous story of the undead for his book named Dracula. Panoramic views from Whitby Abbey cliff tops over Whitby town and the river Esk below are breath taking, seeing a canopy of red roof tops and a maze of alleyways leading to olde fisherman’s cottages and yards, going down narrow cobbled streets to the busy fishing harbour. Here you will find the local inshore fishing boats, the larger working deep sea fishing trawlers, day trip boats and the fish auction quayside. On both sides of the river Esk you will find the tourist shops selling Whitby rock, Whitby jet, Whitby holiday souvenirs, Whitby fisheries selling freshly caught cod, crab, lobsters, oysters, cockles and the very popular Whitby fish and chip restaurants and caf�’s for either a takeaway in the traditional paper or some of the finest sit in fish and chip restaurants in North Yorkshire.

From Whitby, it is a short drive inland onto the North Yorkshire Moors and National park. To the south of Whitby lies the coastal villages and sea side resorts of Scarborough, Filey, Bridlington. Explore the Yorkshire Heritage Coast to the North and South of Whitby to discover quaint old fishing ports such as Staithes and Robin Hoods Bay, clinging to steep cliffs. Driving further inland from Whitby you will find the city of York, what was the capital hometown to the Vikings. Here you can visit the York Minster, tour the gift shops in the famous Shambles and then when returning back to your Whitby bed and breakfast accommodation, why not go via the breathtaking Moorland vistas surrounding the upland villages of Danby, Castleton, Goathland and Fry Up. Compare these to Whitby`s surrounding villages on the banks of the salmon River Esk, such as the villages of Lealholm, Egton Bridge, Grosmont, Ruswarp and the coastal villages of Runswick Bay, Robin Hoods Bay, Staithes, Ravenscar, Sandsend and Cayton Bay, a seaside resort near to Scarborough. Whitby is the ideal seaside resort to be based for those day trips out, your summer holidays and weekend breaks.


York is just a short drive from Whitby, Visit the York Minster, the largest Gothic cathedral in Northern Europe. It is over 1000 years old, has overwhelming medieval architecture, breathtaking stained glass windows, gothic arches and much more. A visit has to be part of your stay in Yorkshire.
The National Railway Museum. also in York, England, is the largest railway museum in the World, responsible for the conservation and interpretation of the British national collection of historical railway vehicles and other artefacts. York`s National Railway Museum contains an unrivalled collection of locomotives, rolling stock, railway equipment, documents and records, including the Royal carriages of the past. Whitby bed & breakfast accommodation is an ideal base for visiting the very busy York being just a short drive on the A64.


Scarborough is an excellent place for a family holiday, with two sheltered bays with beaches of golden sands and donkey rides for the children. Scarborough�s medieval castle and the redeveloped Rotunda Museum, full of fascinating facts about geology and the ground beneath our feet, provide an important link to the past. A stroll along the Dinosaur Coast with its fossils and dinosaur footprints is an unforgettable experience. The town�s award winning parks and gardens provide a perfect place for a an evening walk or for the more adventurous, why not take to the waves on a surf board or sail boat to take in a different view of the dramatic coastline. Whitby bed breakfast accommodation is an ideal base for visiting Scarborough.

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