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I'm heading up to Whitby in October, and the weekend I am going is going to be a busy one, so I want to look for hotels now.. anyone got any recomendations?
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
I'm heading up to Whitby in October, and the weekend I am going is going to be a busy one, so I want to look for hotels now..

anyone got any recomendations?
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
i stayed at a lovely guesthouse outside whitby....it was near where they filmed heartbeat, cant remember the name of the village, but think it will be a bit too far out if your looking to stay in Whitby itself
#2
yeah, i need with in staggering distance, lol, thanks for replieing though :)
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lil_tiger
i stayed at a lovely guesthouse outside whitby....it was near where they filmed heartbeat, cant remember the name of the village, but think it will be a bit too far out if your looking to stay in Whitby itself


Goathland is where they film Heartbeat....
#4
gari189
Goathland is where they film Heartbeat....


i meant the village where the guesthouse was...an amazing little pub there too called the horseshoe lol

Hope you have a nice weekend there anyways :)
#5
Whitby is so beautiful that I can't wait to return, but it the only place we have walked out of a pub without paying after being served a lunch for four so bad it was literally inedible! The children's food was even frozen in the middle! :w00t:

Forget the name of the pub but it's the main one (only one?) on the busy harbour side, next to the amusement arcade and chippy, and in front of the area where the pirate ship ties up. I still feel slightly sick when I think of it!
#6
Went with the wife a few weeks back for a weekend. We stayed here http://www.whitelinenguesthouse.co.uk

2 mins to the centre but far enough away that theres no noise, lovely rooms and the couple that run it are delightful. Think we booked through late-rooms and it was very reasonable
#7
ah not good. the friend I am going with knows Whitby pretty well, so I am hoping he will know where is good to eat, lol.
#8
teambintip
Went with the wife a few weeks back for a weekend. We stayed here http://www.whitelinenguesthouse.co.uk

2 mins to the centre but far enough away that theres no noise, lovely rooms and the couple that run it are delightful. Think we booked through late-rooms and it was very reasonable


that one looks really nice. I have book marked the page, lol.
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Kitten13
that one looks really nice. I have book marked the page, lol.


For the price it seems to be the best around. We recommend it highly
#10
there are a couple of other ones I have been guided too by people who are going to the goth weekend aswell, and some of them are silly prices. man i only want to sleep and get dressed in them, lol
#11
teambintip
Went with the wife a few weeks back for a weekend. We stayed here http://www.whitelinenguesthouse.co.uk

2 mins to the centre but far enough away that theres no noise, lovely rooms and the couple that run it are delightful. Think we booked through late-rooms and it was very reasonable


Thanks from me for that too. We'll be going again this summer and the drive makes it necessary to stay overnight. Will give this place a go :thumbsup:

Btw, do they have parking?
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Liddle ol' me
Whitby is so beautiful that I can't wait to return, but it the only place we have walked out of a pub without paying after being served a lunch for four so bad it was literally inedible! The children's food was even frozen in the middle! :w00t:

Forget the name of the pub but it's the main one (only one?) on the bust harbour side, next to the amusement arcade and chippy, and in front of the area where the pirate ship ties up. I still feel slightly sick when I think of it!

Should have just got fish & chips from the Magpie and ate them on a bench on the pier and I think the pirate ship is supposed to be a model - its supposed to be a scaled down version of what James Cook sailed on.

The chip shop the "locals" supposedly recommend is the one across the bridge from the Magpie side of the harbour (Mr Chips?) but I thought the Magpie was better.

I can recommend a nice 2 bedroom converted cottage we stayed in if you are going for a week.....not cheapest though.
#13
teambintip
Went with the wife a few weeks back for a weekend. We stayed here http://www.whitelinenguesthouse.co.uk

2 mins to the centre but far enough away that theres no noise, lovely rooms and the couple that run it are delightful. Think we booked through late-rooms and it was very reasonable


Been to the 4th best nightclub in Hull recently?
#14
gari189
Should have just got fish & chips from the Magpie and ate them on a bench on the pier and I think the pirate ship is supposed to be a model - its supposed to be a scaled down version of what James Cook sailed on.

The chip shop the "locals" supposedly recommend is the one across the bridge from the Magpie side of the harbour (Mr Chips?) but I thought the Magpie was better.

I can recommend a nice conversion we stayed in if you are going for a week.....


I'm only going for 3 days in october, but will be going at other times for longer :) so yes please recomend away on the conversion
#15
Liddle ol' me
Thanks from me for that too. We'll be going again this summer and the drive makes it necessary to stay overnight. Will give this place a go :thumbsup:

Btw, do they have parking?


Theres some on the street behind the hotel but its hit and miss, we managed to park there for 3 days though just fine

adambaz
Been to the 4th best nightclub in Hull recently?


No idea what that means :?
#16
gari189
Should have just got fish & chips from the Magpie and ate them on a bench on the pier and I think the pirate ship is supposed to be a model - its supposed to be a scaled down version of what James Cook sailed on.

The chip shop the "locals" supposedly recommend is the one across the bridge from the Magpie side of the harbour (Mr Chips?) but I thought the Magpie was better.

I can recommend a nice conversion we stayed in if you are going for a week.....


That's what we ended up doing after walking out. Boy, were they glad to see the back of us after I pointed out all the problems. They wouldn't even let me pay for the two rounds of drinks we'd put on the tab!

Didn't know that about the ship, but it was a great trip for the kids. And what I liked about it - and Whitby in general - is that they didn't try to charge rip-off prices. It's a really good value seaside location imo.

We also had a lovely afternoon tea up at the grand old hotel overlooking the town while the kids played on the green area with the statue of Cook. The hotel has seen better days, but it was charming and what a location!

Stayed in a B&B behind the hotel on a spur of the moment decision and didn't regret it. Lovely spot.
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Kitten13
I'm only going for 3 days in october, but will be going at other times for longer :) so yes please recomend away on the conversion

Will dig out the details and post later (its bookmarked on a different computer)

Liddle ol' me
That's what we ended up doing after walking out. Boy, were they glad to see the back of us after I pointed out all the problems. They wouldn't even let me pay for the two rounds of drinks we'd put on the tab!

Didn't know that about the ship, but it was a great trip for the kids. And what I liked about it - and Whitby in general - is that they didn't try to charge rip-off prices. It's a really good value seaside location imo.

We also had a lovely afternoon tea up at the grand old hotel overlooking the town while the kids played on the green area with the statue of Cook. The hotel has seen better days, but it was charming and what a location!

Stayed in a B&B behind the hotel on a spur of the moment decision and didn't regret it. Lovely spot.

My kids liked the ship too. Whitby is very nice but as you say parking can be a problem.

There is also a very good kipper shop near the stairs up to the Abbey where you can get freshly smoked kippers (does them in a smokehouse behind the shop).

Would have liked to have gone fossil hunting with the kids but never got around to it.
#18
try travelodge they have there 9 rooms on offer still
#19
adambaz
Been to the 4th best nightclub in Hull recently?


Just realised what you were meaning :-D
#20
teambintip
Just realised what you were meaning :-D


:thumbsup:
#21
Don't bother, and stay a bit further up the road in Scarborough. Whitby is so grannyish now :(
#22
She'll be going for some Goth get together
#23
yeah it's for the goth weekend, lol. so kinda need to stay in whitby, as travelling in a corset sucks, lol
#24
my hubby wants to go to whitby for the atmosphere and the theories of it being "haunted"

this place is meant to be nice and £33 a night...

http://www.expedia.co.uk/pub/agent.dll?qscr=dspv&itty=new&from=m&shtl=1&htid=1381659&crti=&mdpcid=expe.uk.001.011.01.ExpediaHotelsUK.Hotel_Review&eapid=726-3
#25
ClarityofMind
my hubby wants to go to whitby for the atmosphere and the theories of it being "haunted"

this place is meant to be nice and £33 a night...

http://www.expedia.co.uk/pub/agent.dll?qscr=dspv&itty=new&from=m&shtl=1&htid=1381659&crti=&mdpcid=expe.uk.001.011.01.ExpediaHotelsUK.Hotel_Review&eapid=726-3


£33 is for a single room.

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