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  • Reviews: 2

4 out of 5 starsUser Rating

hailwood house b@b: whitbys hidden treasure

arrived mid afternoon, and was shown to our room by brian, very helpful, nothing too much trouble.
brian and maria are lovely.rooms very nice, clean, tea making stuff and hairdryer in bedroom, loads of storage space,my partner was pleased!
lovely breakfast, with several options, gillian loved the poached eggs on toast, full english very nice.
very nice disable friendly room on ground floor. will be taking elderly mother next time.
very nice well appointed b@b
thoroughly recommended, we will be going back
only 5 mins walk from town centre, but that much quiter than in the town

nice quiet location,
nice food
nice people

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Family Travel, Seniors, Disabilities
  • Written July 1, 2009

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  • zuriga profile photo zuriga
  • Reviews: 466

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We had a perfect overnight stay at the White Linen Guesthouse. The restored Georgian home dates back to 1785 and is spotlessly clean and well maintained, and there are 9 guest bedrooms on three floors. All bedrooms at the White Linen Guest House are central heated, beautifully furnished and very tastefully decorated. All have superb en-suite bathrooms, colour televisions and complementary tea and coffee facilities. The location is also perfect... just a short walk to everything in downtown Whitby.

Each guestroom has it's own name and theme. We were in the Tudor Room, but next time I'd love to be in the Georgian with the four-poster bed! Breakfast was large and made to order. The staff/owners are friendly and hospitable, making for a great stay.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Historical Travel, Luxury Travel, Family Travel
  • Written July 14, 2008
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Millinder House, Westerdale: Very good self catering accomodation

We recently stayed in a barn conversion at Millinder House in Westerdale - a 25 minute drive from Whitby. This is high quality self catering accommodation - there is one large cottage and in the barn conversion an upper apartment and a lower apartment . The ground floor apartments are fully disabled friendly and very accesable.
Well furnished and well equipped with dish washer, flat screen TV, DVD player and other mod cons.
Friendly hosts who did everything they could to make our stay enjoyable.

Just a very high standard self catering establishment.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Seniors, Disabilities, Family Travel
  • Written August 18, 2007
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  • kitkat1980 profile photo kitkat1980
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Shoreline Cottages: Holiday Cottages

Again having not stayed in whitby I find it difficult to reccomend areas to stay but again have had people inform me about shoreline cottages. There are however many other holiday homes in whitby which can easily be found from a simple online search. There are also various holiday cottages in staithes and runswick bay which again can be found through simple web searches.

These cottages are rather on the expensive side but do seem to boast many prime locations and fantastic views with some in the heart of whitby town itself. They would certainly give people the quaint feeling of true north english country life.

The firm offer various cottages with ranging facilities, the website gives clear information and photos of amenities (e.g. bath, shower, tv, washer, cots), aswell as clear information on distance from parking and the town. They also show how many can sleep and how this is organised. Some cottages also have a garden and are able to take pets. Cottages also have extras such as dvd players, sounds systems. They also have facilities to hear various things such as mountain bikes. The company will greet you at the cottage aswell as giving you a welcome pack.

The website is extremly information with a large amount of information. The address and telephone numbers given below are for the company and not the cottages.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Historical Travel, Travel with Pets, Arts and Culture
  • Written August 29, 2006
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  • kitkat1980 profile photo kitkat1980
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LadyCross Plantation Caravan Park: Camping and Caravaning

Living close by to whitby I have never stayed overnight. I do however know of several people who have stayed in whitby and am simply going on there reccomendations. There are however many campsites in the area, and it is often deemed as a good way to see the north york moors and whitby. Many student friends have often found this can be a nice way to holiday and is also reccomended for walkers.

This particular caravan site is just off the main road into whitby from teesside with a small village close by. Whitby is approximatly 6 miles away from this, a reasonable distance, but unfortunatly I am unaware and unable to give information on any of the nearer campsites. The campsite is set in a lovely area with fantastic surroundings. It is set in a scots pine plantation of the north york moors and is extremly peaceful.

The site has many awards also for conservation.

The site offers an amenties block with hairdryers, toilets, showers and shaving points. There is also a laundrette, a book exchange, and a site office which offers local leaflets aswell as selling bread, milk , eggs, gas and newspaper. The site has an area designed for walking dogs also. The site also has good tv reception which can be a problem in the area.

10 Amp - 240 volt electricity hook ups are available and there is no additional charge for awnings or hot water.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Camping, Budget Travel
  • Written August 29, 2006
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  • Reviews: 227

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York House: A good base for exploring

York House is in Hawkser, on the outskirts of Robin Hood's Bay and a short drive from Whitby. It is very clean and comfortable, and the rooms and en-suite bathrooms are a good size. It has very pleasant gardens that you can use if the weather is fine. Plenty of off-road parking. Very good English breakfast.

Try to get a room at the front of the house on one of the upper floors. The view of the sunset is stunning.

The b&b is no-smoking, and does not take children under the age of eight.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Seniors, Historical Travel, Family Travel
  • Written July 30, 2004

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Youth Hostel.: Hostel

Set on the top of the east cliff the hostel has fantastic views of the harbour & town.

Coverted from old stable range.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Written September 28, 2002
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