|Places to Go
Food and Drink:
The Board Inn - A warm and very friendly Whitby pub with good food and a relaxed family atmosphere. The Board Inn is located a matter of yards away and is well worth frequenting during your stay in Whitby.
The Duke of York - Another warm and friendly pub serving good food and within yards of the cottage.
The Magpie Cafe - Perhaps the most renowned of Whitby's fish restaurants, the Magpie Cafe offers a fantastic variety of traditional fish and chip style dishes
Cosa Nostra - This italian restaurant is ideal for a celebration night out with beautiful food in a lovely restaurant.
Moutreys - deserves an honourable mention for its wholesome food and generous portions. The restaurant has a warm, relaxed atmosphere and offers good choice for the whole family.
Longkings Chinese Restaurant - Located on West Cliff near to the family attractions and located in the Metropol Hotel. Longkings is a family run restaurant that offers an extensive menu of excellent Chinese dishes.
Passage to India - A must for the Indian food lovers, serving some wonderful indian dishes in lovely surroundings.
Whitby Golf Club - If you are a keen golfer, then Whitby will prove an enjoyable challenge. Please do not bother taking your umbrella!!!. Please visit the website www.whitbygolfclub.co.uk to view this lovely course and it's facilities.
Flamingo Land - A great day out out for the family with some great rides and attractions.
The theme park is approximately 40 minutes away, but is a must for the kids!
www.flamingoland.co.uk Tel No: 0870 7528000
Other places of Interest
Tourist information Centre
Tel No: 01947 602674
Whitby Coliseum (cinema)
Tel No: 01947 825000
Whitby Spa & Pavilion (theatre)
Tel No: 01947 604855 / 820625
Whitby Lifeboat Museum
Tel No: 01947 602000
Whitby Swimmimng Pool
Tel No: 01947 604640
Whitby Museum and Pannette Art Gallery ( three galleries with special and permanent exhibitions, some displaying important collections from Whitby's historic Whaling and Jet Industries)
Tel No: 01947 602908
North Yorkshire Moors Railway
Why not take a journey back in time to the golden age of steam on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway? One of the nation's most popular heritage railways, this lovingly restored and maintained numerous sets of locomotives and carriages, is a must for everyone, not just train enthusista. Quite the film star having featured in the Harry Potter films, as well as in TV's The Royal and Heartbeat, the railway is an ideal way to enjoy a leisurely day out to a number of destinations including:
Pickering - a historic market town and the gateway to the Moors
Goathland - perhaps better known as Aidensfield in Yorkshire TV's The Heartbeat
Levisham - home to some beautiful forest walks
Grosmont - a genuine 1950's railways junction where you can take Yorkshire tea in the station cafe
Tel no: 01751 472 508
Pickering Castle ( a well preserved 12th century mote and bailey castle)