Dunsley Hall

Dunsley, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 3TL, United Kingdom
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getting to whitby by train from london

by thewriter

My friend and I are coming to Whitby in early June. What is the cheapest way of getting to Whitby by train? Some of the trains I've looked at have scary prices...

RE: getting to whitby by train from london

by kbr61263

train fares are very complicated. its sometimes cheaper to split the jorney. certainly dont set off early in the morning. prices can very greatly from route to route.
coach would be cheaper. youmight have to go to scarborough and take local bus.

whitby is lovely by the way

RE: RE: getting to whitby by train from london

by leics

www.nationalrail.co.uk will give you all the train times and fares. Some prices will be very high (train travel isn't cheap in the UK), but it depends on when you are travelling. Cheapest return seems to be 90GBP, taking around 4 and a half hours. www.thetrainline.com is an alternative site.

Coaches take much, much longer but are also much cheaper. www.nationalexpress.com for times and fares (from 36GBP return; takes around 8 hours).

RE: getting to whitby by train from london

by Sjalen

Or try to find either a cheap train OR a National Express coach to York and from there, catch the www.yorkshirecoastliner.co.uk.

Spectacular ride across the North York Moors national park and that should be less expensive than a train all the way to Whitby with a change in Middlesborough as that is a bit of a geographical detour.

RE: getting to whitby by train from london

by Sjalen

Or try to find either a cheap train OR a National Express coach to York and from there, catch the www.yorkshirecoastliner.co.uk

Spectacular ride across the North York Moors national park and that should be less expensive than a train all the way to Whitby with a change in Middlesborough as that is a bit of a geographical detour.

RE: RE: getting to whitby by train from london

by Britannia2

It may be a bit long winded but Hull Trains do some good offers from London. You would go London to Hull, local train to Scarborough and then bus Scarborough to Whitby. Wonderful own - well worth the journey.

RE: RE: getting to whitby by train from london

by Sjalen

That Scarborough to Whitby bus has its own speed Colin! :))) Up and down the moorside until you reach Fylingdales...sit and the far back and enjoy the ups and downs in life.

RE: RE: getting to whitby by train from london

by Sjalen

that should of course be "sit AT the back",...

Re: getting to whitby by train from london

by tombrown

National Express very cheap.Dont imagine the train to be much faster things go wrong. If you come by bus choose midweek to travel, the road traffic is much better.

Travel Tips for Whitby

The River Esk

by yooperprof

Today, the Esk gives Whitby its charm. In the past, the river helped make Whitby an important regional port for the coal and iron ore that was mined in the North Yorkshire hills.

"Esk" is an old Celtic word that means "water". As rivers go, its not very long, only about 45 km (28 miles). But it's long enough to reach the sea!

Walk the Cleveland Way and discover Port Mulgrave

by Jackp48

If ever you're driving on the coast road north from Whitby drive carefully through Hinderwell. You'll come across a sign for Port Mulgrave. Drive down Rosedale Lane and you'll come across one of the best views in Yorkshire. It's even better if you walk to Staithes or Runswick Bay.

Alternative Cakes and Clothes

by sabsi about The Shepherd's Purse

This place is an ecological paradise. There's clothes, food, cakes, drinks, crafts here... all very healthy, ecological or alternative. Not really my cup of tea but a nice spot for a drink or some cake. The sofas and a cool drink.

Even Stroll along the beach

by Lensmeister

Depending on the times of the tides & the weather, a walk along the beach can be a lovely thing. The sun slowly setting over the headlands of Kettleness can cast a beautiful orange glow across the sea & sands.
WE've done it at many times of the year & even once we managed to do it in the pouring rain.

It's a chance to take your partner for a romantic stroll.

Captain Cook Memorial Museum

by hayward68

This 17th century house is where James Cook lived while serving his apprenticeship in 1746. He stayed in the attic when he was not at sea with his master, the owner of the home.
The museum has exhibits which depict Cook's years at Whitby and also achievements in later years.
Many of the rooms are done up in the period in which Cook would have viewed them.

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