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.
Industrial archaeological remains of Alum Works. Alum shale quarried from the hillside was used in liquor production at the site, for use in dyeing and tanning leather.
3 Sandgate, Whitby, YO22 4BD, Tel: 01947 601403, Email, (3 miles, 5kms)
Robert and Victoria provide a huge collection of beautiful hand crafted jewellery all made here in the UK. Including Whitby Jet and Amber pieces.
Speciality: Jet and Amber
Swell incorporates a café bar, gift shop, concert hall, cinema, conference facility and is an approved venue for the holding of Civil Marriages and Civil Partnerships. Swell has stunning sea and village views at its unique Bay location.
Bram Stoker's 'Dracula' is brought to life in this walk-through attraction - a series of 10 scenes using sounds and new electronic special effects, models and live actors.
As a 19th century coaching inn,The Falcon Inn marked the changeover point for horses making the journey between Scarborough and Whitby. The inn still provides a resting place for travellers today.
East Row, Sandsend, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 3SU, Tel: 01947 893304, Email, www.facebook.com/pages/The-Hart-Inn-Sandsend/194797950556773, (6 miles, 9kms)
The Hart Inn local pub in Sandsend
As soon as you step through the door of the Spa at Raithwaite you're already on the way to restoring body and soul. Discover a place to make your own, and let our friendly and knowledgeable staff help you unwind.
High Street, Lythe, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 3RT, Tel: 01947 893300, www.stiddy.net, (7 miles, 11kms)
The Stiddy - Originally named 'The Red Lion' started its life in the early 1800's as a coaching house for many a weary travveler, though recently refurbished the pub still holds many of its original charms.
Easy, traffic-free and safe cycling on the adjacent coastal trail is available to hirers starting from the centre. The scenic trail runs along the route of the 20 mile, old Whitby to Scarborough railway line.