• Robin Hoods Bay
• Goathland & Heartbeat
• Herriot Country
• North York Moors
Whitby is regularly featured as one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United Kingdom, attracting visitors from across the globe to the ancient town, alive with quaint taverns, shops, restaurants and art galleries.
The Seacliffe is close to the Spa Pavilion, the Cliff Lift, the West Cliff attractions and Whitby’s Cricket, Golf and Football clubs.
Nearby, the extensive Pannett Park Museum and Art Gallery, containing many items relating to the voyages of Captain James Cook and also, some beautiful examples of Whitby jet, underlining the town’s seafaring heritage and place in shaping the destiny of England.
Only a few minutes walk along the scenic North Promenade is the historic town and bustling harbour, overlooked by the world famous medieval Whitby Abbey, with its 199 steps, that is forever associated with Bram Stoker’s novel, Dracula.