14 Bridge Street, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO22 4BG, Tel: 01947 821035, (2 miles, 3kms)
Nostalgic gift shop as seen on 'Heartbeat' the TV series. Selling gifts, groceries, wines and spirits. Big selection of Yorkshire brewed ale, local ice cream and homemade cakes and savouries.
Speciality: Yorkshire Ale
Hadley's Fish Restaurant have been serving traditional fish and chips for over 70 years. With quick and efficient sevice it's the perfect place to take a pit stop when exploring the sites Whitby has to offer.
Speciality: Fish and Chips
Situated in Whitby at the base of the Abbey Steps, directly above W Hamond and accessible through the shop, the W Hamond Tea Room offer a haven for visitors and locals just above the bustle of the busy street. A relaxed and cosy tea room.
Speciality: Yorkshire Cream Tea and handmade cakes.
Humble pie is a sixteenth century shop, lovingly restored back to its timber framed beginnings. Come and relax in front of our open fire and unique surroundings whilst enjoying some of our traditional home cooked fare.
Enjoy a 4-course candlelit dinner in ‘The Valley’ Restaurant which has delightful views over the hotel gardens and beyond out over the Esk Valley.
Speciality: Traditional home cooked dishes
The Green, Goathland, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO22 5LX, Tel: 01947 896207, www.moorscoffeeshop.co.uk, (6 miles, 9kms)
Nostalgic coffee shop serving Yorkshire Tea and homemade scones and cakes.
Speciality: Cream Teas, homemade cakes Yorkshire Tea
Netherby House is a small country house hotel with a restuarant and Licensed Table D'Hote and A La Carte menu. Menu changed daily. Home grown and local produce are used wherever possible.
We are a professional, dedicated team who really believe in providing a good quality and reliable service. All cleaning is carried out to an agreed customers unique check list.
Coastal and Country Coaches run the yellow open top bus Whitby Town guided tour. The 1 hour tour that lasts all day. Hop on and off as many times as you wish.
Bus Route: All around Whitby
A historic ornamental garden including Whitby Museum and Art Gallery. The grounds, museum and gallery were a gift of Whitby Solicitor, Robert Pannett (1834 - 1920), to house his art collection. Wed. 22 Sept. 2.15pm
Pesky Husky is located at Meeting House Farm in Staintondale approx. 8 miles from Scarborough. Offering supervised trekking along a scenic training circuit and public pathways (permission is given).
Intimate, relaxed dining in the most sublime of atmospheres, and of course exquisite food. The restaurant takes all the best elements of a traditional steak house and creates a stunning gourmet experience that is not easily beaten.
Speciality: Meat & Seafood, as well as a stunning Sunday Lunch!
Historic country house hotel standing on the clifftops, 600ft above sea level with panoramic views across Robin Hood's Bay and extensive grounds. Leisure facilities and golf course.