Nice gardens to wander around and a great breakfast
I loved all the little touches - fresh flowers, seasonal decor, awesome shower, welcoming teas, cookies and candy.
Car parking can be a gamble but it worked out for us, £9 for 24 hrs next to the fleece pub in church street. otherwise best cooked breakfast and very helpful and pleasant staff, made our first of hopefully many visits to Whitby a pleasure.😊
Brilliant accommodation and pub! Returned home today after a 3 night stay at the black horse and me and my partner are both really happy with our stay. The room was spotless and homely. Staff were welcoming and helpful. Free wifi that worked really well. The bar itself was amazing. Loved the Yapas ...
Great location lovely and clean staff were very helpful we will definatley come back
Great location on West Cliff perfect for the theatre
A unique hotel. Amazing hospitality that made this feel like
Love Whitby, great short break would definitely return.
The landlady was polite, the bed was clean and comfortable, the facilities were good, the breakfast was good. The bathroom could have been cleaner but the bedroom was very clean. Its within walking distance of the town centre.
North Yorkshire is a county with a proud history. From the fascinating City of York with its Roman walls to the monasteries and stately homes which punctuate the Dales and Moors, there's plenty to be seen of old around North Yorkshire. The seaside town of Whitby is home to one of the county's foremost historical attractions, though, in the Captain Cook Memorial Museum. Located near the harbour in this popular coastal town, the museum is close to a number of the finest hotels in North Yorkshire.
The Captain Cook Memorial Museum is an attraction dedicated to the life and times of one of Yorkshire's most famous men, James Cook. The 18th-century explorer was born just down the road in Middlesbrough, but it was here in Whitby that his life took shape.
The museum is set within the home of John Walker, the man to whom Cook would serve as an apprentice in 1746. The 17th-century harbour house is not just a fitting setting for Cook's museum, it's also a pretty one.
Throughout the Captain Cook Memorial Museum, visitors can take in some truly fascinating exhibits. Items on show include maps, handwritten letters and artwork, all giving an insight into the life of one of England's best-known explorers. There are also plenty of items found in once little-known, exotic parts of the world.
Close to the centre of Whitby, there's no shortage of fabulous places to stay within walking distance of the Captain Cook Memorial Museum. Whether you're after a small, family-run guesthouse or an affordable country youth hostel, you're bound to find what you need.
The White Horse and Griffin is a traditional inn, which befits the historic feel of the Cook Museum. The period property is utterly charming, and the location couldn't be better, with a short ten-minute walk to the museum. It's also just seconds away from the water.
The Glenora Guesthouse offers a touch of luxury for a still reasonable fee. The guesthouse is set in the west of town and features a pretty garden and free WiFi throughout.
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