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Whitby Interesting : Michelin's recommendations

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At the mouth of the River Esk, Whitby was once a ship-building and whaling centre, and is now a fishing port and seaside resort. The town is divided into a rather modern west side, and an east side steeped in history and overlooked by its ruined abbey. The great explorer Captain James Cook served his seafaring apprenticeship here. Vampire enthusiasts may be interested to know that the first few chapters of Dracula by Bram Stoker are set in Whitby.

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Tourist attractions Whitby : Things to see and do

  • Abbey Interesting

    Abbey Lane GB - Whitby YO22 4JT

    Founded in 657 by St Hilda, known via the writings of Bede the Venerable, this mixed monastery is supposedly built on the site of a Roman lookout post. In this abbey, the Whitby Synod of 664 took place, which adopted the Roman method of dating Easter..

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  • Captain Cook Memorial Museum

    Grape Lane GB - Whitby YO22 4BA

    This late 17C house, where James Cook worked as an apprentice for the shipowner John Walker, is now a museum devoted to him. The rooms are furnished in the 18C style and, during your visit, you will see letters, documents and various objects about th..

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  • St Mary's Church

    West Cliff GB - Whitby YO21 3HT

    A staircase of 199 steps leads from the town to this romanesque church that shares the clifftop with the abbey. Several changes made under the Stuarts and during the Georgian period have created a charming mixture of white galleries, stalls and colum..

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Hotels Whitby

  • The Royal Hotel Three stars Three stars Three stars

    West Cliff GB - Whitby YO21 3HA

    Prix Prices from : 59 £

    Overlooking Whitby Harbour, The Royal Hotel is situated opposite the famous Whalebone Arch in the West Cliff area of Whitby. With breath-taking views of Whitby Abbey, the property offers a bar and a restaurant. The rooms include a TV, work desk, and..

  • Saxonville Hotel

    Ladysmith Avenue GB - Whitby YO21 3HX

    This charming family-run hotel has a great restaurant and a wonderful, peaceful location on Whitby’s West Cliff, near the seafront and within walking distance of the town centre. The hotel has a private car park and free parking is available for gue..

  • The White House Three stars Three stars Three stars

    Upgang lane GB - Whitby YO21 3JJ

    Prix Prices from : 72 £

    The White House Hotel is situated on the West Cliff of Whitby with stunning views of Sandsend Cliffs. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi, a restaurant and the beach is a 5-minute walk away. Rooms at the White House have bathrooms with baths and showers..

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Restaurants Whitby

  • Fox & Hounds Quite comfortable restaurant 

    Goldsborough GB - Goldsborough YO21 3RX

    Former village pub with a homely, cottagey style, set in tiny coastal hamlet. Constantly evolving menu features local produce and unfussy cooking, with an emphasis on fresh fish and seafood.

  • Bagdale Hall Restaurant within a Michelin recommended hotel (or restaurant) 

    1 Bagdale GB - Whitby YO21 1QL

  • Estbek House Comfortable restaurant 

    East Row GB - Sandsend YO21 3SU

    Personally run Regency house close to the beach, with a lovely front terrace and elegant dining room. Basement bar overlooks the kitchens and doubles as a breakfast room. Menus offer unfussy dishes of sustainable wild fish from local waters. Smart be..

  • Brace Restaurant within a Michelin recommended hotel (or restaurant) 

    Sandsend Rd GB - Whitby YO21 3ST

  • Green's Quite comfortable restaurant 

    13 Bridge St GB - Whitby YO22 4BG

    Established eatery near the quay. Lively bistro atmosphere downstairs and a more formal room above. Menus feature grills and local seafood: blackboards name the skipper and his daily catch; the mussels are particularly good.

  • Wheatsheaf Inn Traditional pubs serving food 

    GB - Egton YO21 1TZ

    Family-run, late 19C inn on the edge of the picturesque North Yorkshire Moors. Menu offers a real taste of Yorkshire with fresh, hearty dishes like lamb's kidneys, local steak, Whitby scampi and game from within 2 miles.

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