Cheap Hotels in Whitby
Set in a stunning location next to Whitby’s famous Gothic Abbey, this historic building offers beautiful views of the coast. YHA Whitby offers extensive gardens, 24-hour access, and a restaurant. YHA Whitby is situated on Whitby’s headland, and the cobbled quayside can be reached at the bottom of the nearby steps. Whitby’s centre and rail station are 15 minutes’ walk away. Whitby’s sandy beaches can be reached in a short, 5-minute walk. The majority of rooms at this YHA hostel contain bunk beds. Guests can relax in the TV lounge or the separate games room and there is a nearby tea room operated by YHA Whitby next to the abbey. There is also luggage storage for guests. Meals are served in the restaurant, while guests can also enjoy the on-site cafe and dining room. There is a self-catering kitchen provided.
With a stay at The Endeavour in Whitby, you'll be minutes from Captain Cook Memorial Museum and Whitby Abbey. This inn is within close proximity of St Mary's Church and Whitby Harbour.Rooms Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have showers and hair dryers.
Situated in the heart of Whitby, Teesdale Rooms offers a first-floor Georgian apartment with charming original features. Whitby Railway Station is a 2-minute walk from the self-catering accommodation. The apartment offers a double bedroom and bedroom with a set of bunk beds. There is a spacious lounge with a flat-screen TV and a DVD player. The accommodation boasts an original fireplace, tall Georgian windows, and panel doors. The apartment also benefits from a fully-fitted kitchen with a washing machine. Each room benefits from a cable TV with a DVD player and also an electric kettle. Whitby is home to several restaurants and pubs, where guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch, and evening meals. Home to the ruins of Whitby Abbey, the historic town of Whitby is on the North Yorkshire Coast. It has ancient cobbled streets and is home to charming independent shops. Walks can be enjoyed along the beach or on the pier, towards lighthouses.
Boasting bright, individually decorated rooms with LCD TVs, this 4-star guest house is set in historic Whitby’s centre. A Continental Breakfast is available daily, and Whitby Abbey is 20 minutes’ walk away. Rooms at Norman Guest House with Free Parking are warmly furnished and include private bathrooms with free toiletries. All rooms feature free Wi-Fi access, and tea and coffee with fresh milk. Whitby Rail Station is only 10 minutes’ walk away. Whitby Golf Course is within mile away, and the North York Moors are also just a 5-minute drive.
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Hotels in Whitby
Surrounded by the North York Moors National Park and strongly associated with Bram Stoker's Dracula, Whitby hotels are an excellent base for exploring this historically and culturally rich coastal landscape.
Although it started life as a small fishing village, Whitby boomed as a tourist destination during the Georgian period and grew later with the introduction of the railway. One of the most impressive historical buildings in the area is Whitby Abbey, based on the East Cliff headland. The ruined Benedictine abbey is an impressive sight to behold and was one of the main sources of inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula. Beside the abbey is Cholmley House, which contains a museum and visitor reception to the abbey site.
Also worth visiting is the Captain Cook Memorial Museum, housed in a 17th-century building that was the former residence and training ground of James Cook during his time as an apprentice in the Royal Navy. The museum features a number of informative exhibitions detailing Cook's voyages of discovery through various artefacts and documents. Whitby Museum and Pannett Art Gallery are both great destinations for rainy days. The museum has an eclectic collection of fossils, models of sailing ships and other curiosities. The art gallery, adjacent to the museum, has a fantastic collection of 20th-century British impressionist art.
The rise of the tourism during the Victorian period made Whitby a very popular destination. Jet jewellery also grew in popularity during the Victorian period and Whitby Jet, mined in the local area, became a fashionable item to wear throughout British society during the reign of Queen Victoria following the death of Prince Albert. At the end of the 19th century Whitby grew once more to prominence as a result of Bram Stoker's novel Dracula. Stoker found the name of Dracula in Whitby's pubic library and based a large chunk of the novel in the town. This association with Dracula can be explored in the Dracula Experience and the world famous Goth Festival takes place in the town twice a year.
North York Moors National Park
Travel inland from Whitby and you'll find the vast North York Moors National Park. This enormous area of exceptional natural beauty is the perfect location for outdoor activities, from gentle strolls to longer bike rides and horse riding. One of the best starting points for exploring the park is The Moors National Park Centre in nearby Danby. The centre has a selection of engaging exhibitions dedicated to teaching the geological and cultural history of the area. The centre also has a cosy tearoom and an outdoor play area – perfect if you're travelling with kids in tow.
Whitby is home to several outstanding beaches. Whitby Beach is a great place to spend a sunny day – whether you plan on making sandcastles with the kids or dipping into the sea. Tate Hill Beach is a pleasant beach set within Whitby harbour, Runswick Bay is an east facing sandy beach and Sandsend Ness contains thousands of fossils embedded in the shale banks.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Whitby
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Whitby?The Dolphin, Saxonville Hotel and The Whalebone Arch are some of the popular hotels in Whitby.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Whitby?YHA Whitby in Whitby offers one night in a double room at the price of £49.
What are the best hotels in Whitby near the center?The best hotels near the center of Whitby are Discovery Accommodation, The Dolphin and Resolution Hotel.
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