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3 Stars Self Assessed Guest House
Beaches guest house is located on W hitbys popular West Cliff, just 5 minutes walk from the beach and a stones throw away from Whitbys famous whale bone arch and Captain Cook monument.Only a 10 minute walk from Whitby Harbour along with shops, restaurants, pubs and amenities not forgetting Whitbys famous fish and chip shops. West Cliff offers panoramic views over Whitby Harbour, Whitbys historic Abbey and North Yorkshire Moors.
    Nearby Points of Interest
  • Whitby Abbey (0.5 mi)
  • Located over on the East side of Whitby, up the 199 steps lie the ruins of Whitby Abbey
  • Pannet Park, Whitby Museum and Art Gallery (0.25 mi)
  • Located on Whitbys West Cliff Pannet Park has beautiful gardens, flowerbeds and childrens play area. Whitby museum boasts a wealth of information about Whitby and issues related to Whitby along with a highly commended art gallery.
  • Captain Cook Museum (0.25 mi)
  • Quaint museum tucked away over the swing bridge lots of exhibits and a wealth of information about Captain Cook and his voyages and explorations.
  • Boat trips (0.25 mi)
  • Enjoy a relaxing trip out to sea aboard Whitbys old lifeboat, Captain Cook Voyager. Sea vessel all boarding from down by the harbourside offering panoramic views of Whitby sands, Whitby piers, Whitby Abbey and nearby coastal suburb sandsend.Trips are available daily during the summer season weather permitting.
  • Nearby Activities
  • Coastal Walk (0.25 mi)
  • Some 400 metres from Beaches Guest House is the beach. Due north of Whitby lies the idylic location of Sandsend. Enjoy a walk of approx 2.5 miles of golden sand and seaweed, explore the rockpools along the way and relish the breath taking views of the sea, boats and the picturesque North Yorkshire Moors. When the tide is in and there in no accessible beach walk along the promenade.At Sandsend there is an art gallery, pubs, cafes and amenities.
  • North Yorkshire Moors Railway (0.25 mi)
  • Enjoy a ride on North York moors steam train, relax as you're travelling through the idylic countryside and the area where famous TV series Heartbeat was set.The train stops at stations throughout the journey where there are countless walks in the North York Moors National Park and breathe in the atmosphere at the station of working steam trains in operation.
  • Open Top Bus Sight Seeing Tour (0.25 mi)
  • A relaxing open top bus trip with running commentary.An ideal way to see Whitby from above, with regular stops throughout the town, a 24 hour ticket means you can hop on and off as often as you want for 1 price. Includes stops at Whitby Abbey and Captain Cook Memorial Museum. Buses run daily between Easter and the end of October, full tour lasts approx 1 hour.
  • Local Events
  • Whitby Regatta (0.2 mi)
  • A fun filled event for all the family, located on Whitbys West Cliff, along North Promenade and Royal Crescent gardens.Many stalls and interesting displays and events including vintage vehicle display, rowing races, helicopter rides, trapeese and trampolines, fun run and fancy dress contest, dog show, regatta tombola, numerous food and drink stalls, hell slide and dodgems, red arrows display etc.
  • Whitby Gothic Weekend (0.02 mi)
  • Music events and displays of a gothic theme.All over Whitby, crowds gather to congregate and attend live music events, social gatherings at different venues. On Whitbys West Cliff both Whitby Leisure Centre and Whitby pavilion complex have an extensive range of stalls selling a wide range of gothic clothing, make up and accessories at competitive prices. Some people come to this event who are not goths but come to dress up, enjoy the atmosphere and witness some of the amazing costumes.
  • Whitby Folk Week (0.25 mi)
  • An event for anybody with an interest in folk music, dancing, singing and instruments.A programme of events held at various locations in and around Whitby including pubs and churches, folk dancing and morris dancing in the streets, instrument work shops, choirs and choral music events. Bring your own instruments and costumes and join in the fun and entertainment or just watch and take in the atmosphere.
  • Local Amenities
  • Bothams Bakery (0.25 mi)
  • Baker and Confectioner selling delicious bread, Whitby famous pork pies and a large selection of mouth watering cakes, buns and pastries all freshly baked and hand crafted on site.Freshly made sandwiches prepared to order ideal to have in your bag on your days out and about in whitby.
  • Pharmacy (0.25 mi)
  • For all your travel essentials and toiletries including sun cream, local pharmacy within 5 minutes walk of Beaches Guest House
  • whitby pavilion (0.2 mi)
  • film,Theatre and conference centre offering a range of events,shows and productions.Overlooking sea and the beach.
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(2.0mi, 3.2km)

Follow directions to West Cliff and Whitby pavilion. From the front with the sea behind you proceed along Royal Crescent, Crescent Avenue is the only road off Royal Crescent. Beaches guest house is situated approx 100 yards along Crescent Avenue on the left hand side.

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Overall rating: 4.3 out of 5
 Beautiful traditional house with retained original features 
Julie / Oct 18
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