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We had a fantastic stay in a lovely room.The view of Whitby from our window was fabulous. The nod to Art Deco was brilliant. Brian and Abby were excellent hosts and made us feel very welcome. The breakfast was the best we have had in...More
We found the stay very pleasant great location excellent room and breakfast . A number of little touches we did not expect and have not see in other places. Great view of the Sea and harbour. I would recomment it very highly.Very pleasant hosts and...More
Brian and Abby have done it again - hosted the most enjoyable break in Whitby! They are so friendly, with humour and never flinch from going the extra mile :-) This is additional to running the slickest B&B in town with the most interesting retro...More
Just had a 2 night stay over the Bank Holiday weekend. Everything about this place is so lovely, spotlessly clean, fantastic breakfast and 2 lovely hosts. Thank you Brian and Abby. Stayed in a room with a great sea and abbey view.
I have only just got round to writing this but stayed here with my boyfriend in October 2016. Everything was lovely, the room was nice & clean with a view of the sea, and the breakfast was delicious. The couple who own the guest house...More
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Sorry but only just seen this question. We don’t have dedicated parking spaces as is the case for most of whitby but we issue you with a free permit to park “on street “ in our zone. It’s never usually a problem finding a... More
Sorry but only just seen this question. We don’t have dedicated parking spaces as is the case for most of whitby but we issue you with a free permit to park “on street “ in our zone. It’s never usually a problem finding a space except maybe Friday/Saturday nights . Brian
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"the room we had overlooked the sea and the abbey it was room 6"