Here at The George Hotel, we offer the ideal base from which to enjoy your stay in the beautiful seaside town of Whitby. Situated right in the heart of the town, everything you may want is within easywalking distance - from the marina and beaches, to museums and shops, and even the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Whether you are looking for a weekend getaway, a lively break with friends, or a place to stay while on business, you can guarantee that The George Hotel has something to offer you.
The Resolution Hotel sits proudly above Whitby's charming town centre with spectacular views of the world famous Abbey, the Harbour and Pannett Park. It's a perfect central location with comfortableaccommodation. The Resolution Hotel has a lounge bar, traditional restaurant, a fine dining restaurant and is the central to all the major attractions in Whitby. Whether its a relaxing break or an entertaining weekend away there are friendly staff always available to assist.
The building has recently undergone major refurbishment, and this has created 6 King sized double rooms, 5 of which have stunning views over the harbour. There is also an outside seating area next tothe harbour which is the perfect place to enjoy a pint of Cask Ale or a glass of wine on those warm sunny evenings.
This purpose built Victorian hotel built in 1897 boasts one of the most panoramic views on the yorkshire heritage coast. Having retained many original period features, this hotel certainly ticks thebox when it comes to contemporary luxury hotel with sizeable rooms. The hotel has many facilities including public bar, which focuses on local real ales of which we are in the good beer guide.
The Bay Hotel is situated in The Dock, Robin Hood's Bay, which marks the end of Alfred Wainwright's 192 mile Coast-to-Coast Walk from St. Bees in Cumbria. The bottom bar of the Bay Hotel, which wasoriginally The Stables, has been renamed Wainwright's Bar in his memory. The landlady of the Bay is Linda Winspear and she and her staff offer a warm and friendly welcome to regulars and visitors alike.
Ox Pasture Hall is more than a luxury hotel, it's a place to relax from the stresses of everyday life, a place you will never forget and a place to enjoy really good food. The Courtyard Restaurant'smodern British menu draws heavily upon the local landscape with an emphasis on Yorkshire produce. Locally sourced ingredients are finished off with imagination and finesse; providing a fabulous dining experience. Afternoon Tea is also popular and served daily from 2.00 pm.
A Victorian house in Pickering which has been carefully restored over the last few years to its former elegance, and has private walled garden with parking facilities at the rear of the hotel.Crossways has a private walled garden with parking facilities at the rear of the hotel. Ensuite bedrooms also feature radio alarm, colour television, hairdryer, bathrobes, tea and coffee making facilities.
Delightfully situated overlooking Peasholm Park near the sea, North Bay Leisure Parks and close to the Scarborough Open Air Theatre. All 24 bedrooms are en-suite and comfortably furnished to a highstandard, with TV, tea/coffee facilities, clock radio and hair dryers. Ground floor rooms are available; one room is complete with disabled facilities and wet room. The Dining room offers a traditional menu with a wide variety of alternatives to choose from, including vegetarian.
Standing in three acres of grounds in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park at the head of the beautiful Forge Valley, East Ayton Lodge is ideally situated for a peaceful relaxing break, familygathering, business conference or sparkling function, offering a high level of comfort and style and superb cuisine.
North Yorks Moors National Park, only 10 minutes from Scarborough & 15 minutes from Pickering. Part of the Dawnay Estates founded in 1656, this 17th century former farmhouse offers you an intimate andhistorical setting for that special meal with friends or a relaxing stay.