Whitby attracts visitors from around the globe because of the wonderful
mixture of coastal and countryisde scenery, maritime heritage, ancient
history and proximity to a wide array of nearby attractions such as the
North York Moors Steam Railway, historic York and Heartbeat Country.
Whitby is the jewel in the crown of the North Yorkshire Coast. Nestled between the tall cliffs at the mouth of the River Esk, Whitby has been inhabited since around 656AD. Nearly 1500 years of continuous habitation surely shows that there's something to the Whitby area which continues to draw people in and offer them something they don't find anywhere else!
From the dramatic position of the famous Whitby Abbey ruins on the East Cliff, to the magnificence of the sandy beach running 3 miles up the coast to Sandsend, no-one can say that our portion of coastline isn't beautifully rugged.
Whitby is a picturesque Yorkshire fishing town. Providing many wonderful attractions inluding the famous Abbey and Whalebone Arch, the East and West Piers, St. Mary's Church and the 199 Steps as well as a myriad of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants as well as it's extensive sandy beach, Whitby is one of the top seaside destinations in the country.
Whatever the weather, you'll always find something to do in Whitby. With several boats offering short cruises down the coast or fishing trips of various lengths the harbour is always a hive of activity. Sample some fish & chips from one of the many restaurants or takeaways and have a look around the cobbled streets of the old town and the market square.Book Online
Experience all that Whitby has to offer - from ancient history through to fine dining
Whether you're looking for a quick take-away meal, or a restaurant, Hadley's have both and we think they're the best in town!
If you're looking for fine dining and something that little bit special, you can't beat Andrew Pern's fantastic harbourside restaurant.
Abbey Wharf is a fantastic restaurant, bar and takeaway, located on the east side of town, overlooking the harbour. They've got plenty of space and serve great food and drinks.