13 Bed & breakfasts in Whitby

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    Lovely gardens, lawns, wooded areas and children's play area right near the center of Whitby. Pannett Park is also the home of Pannett Art Gallery and Whitby Museum.

    A small museum located in the beautiful seventeenth century Walker House on Whitby Harbour, where James Cook lodged as apprentice. May not be great for children or those expecting more interactive museum experiences, but for people with a genuine love of maritime history or appreciation for old artifacts or documents, a very pleasant visit.

    This is a stunning English beach and if in Whitby you must come and have a walk, picnic or view the sea here! Highly recommend!

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    Located right on the beach in Sandsend, on the north side of Whitby the views at Sandside Cafe are incredible. As well as an excellent range of regular cafe food made fresh on the premises, they have a selection of special meals typically using locally caught seafood.

    Gorgeous 100% gluten-free cakes and other sweet treats are the main draw here, but they also do a good range of more substantial eats with locally sourced ingredients and good choice for vegans/vegetarians. Quirky vintage decor with an open fire and regularly changing artworks for sale.

    Located in Goldsborough, just outside Whitby between Sandsend and Runswick Bay this is an award-winning small, friendly neighbourhood restaurant that serves fresh, organic, locally sourced food. Not a large range on the menu, but all of it is excellent

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    Try to be in town for Whitby Goth Weekend

    The Whitby Goth Weekend is a Gothic music festival that has been held in Whitby for over 20 years and is now held twice yearly in April and October. For several days Whitby is over-run with goths, steampunks and various other dandys dressed to the nines, and the town takes on the appearance of a Tim Burton film set.

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    The setting for Dracula

    The author Bram Stoker regularly holidayed in Whitby, and it is here that he set much of the non-Transylvanian parts of his famous horror novel. It is also supposed that the ruins of Whitby Abbey were the inspiration for Dracula's castle.