Anchorage Hotel

3 Crescent Terrace, Whitby, North Yorkshire, England, YO21 3EL, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Whitby

Heading to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by jordansgo

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Another lovely morning occupied by final preps for a 2 day hop from Scarborough to Amsterdam involving lots of planning, chart work, filling up with diesel, visit to laundry and purchase of lots of instant food in sainsburys - and another cappuccino for Pete. We start our journey at 14.15 catching the tide. As we leave a splendid breeze starts us well on our way (for the sailors two reefs and half jib rolled out ...

Oh No It's 3.30am

A travel blog entry by jordansgo

5
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... the quayside but amazing relics of Victorian grandeur including the Grand Hotel - reputed to be the largest brick building in Europe - at least in its day. Now very rundown after purchase by Butlins and then a succession of failed attempts to make it work. But the town also has olde worldwide cobbled corners, a castle on a rock overlooking the harbour and an amazing promenade running along the coast for what seems like miles. There are two harbours here - we're in ...

A trip to Scarborough (Scarborough Fair)

A travel blog entry by janbernie

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... to thriving seaside town. From the mid 17 th century onwards, the far spreading fame of the medicinal Spa waters brought the rich, the well connected and the fashionable to Scarborough every season.Much earlier than anywhere else, too, sea bathing became an acceptable feature of the Scarborough Experience. These discerning early visitors sought pleasure as well as health.They demanded,and were prepared to pay ...

A steam train trip to Pickering

A travel blog entry by janbernie

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... countryside. It is a fine example of motte and bailey design. First built in earth and timber by William the Conquerer in the years following the Norman Conquest.It was rebuilt in stone and extended by subsequent kings,notably Henry III and Edward II ,in response to the threat posed at different times by rebellious barons and the Scots. For most of its life the castle's role was to provide fine accommodation for ...

Whitby

A travel blog entry by janbernie

... of volunteers for the last 180 years. The museum was sectioned into:the Explorers Wing,Captain Cook,William Scoresby. Shipping,geology and fossils,natural history and archaeology. It was a wonderful afternoon and we walked back to the apartment in the rain,and in overload!. We have just come back from having a very nice dinner and we are looking forward to a reasonably early night,it is now 10.30. Tomorrow we will take the steam train to ...

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This hotel, located on 3 Crescent Terrace, Whitby, is near Whitby Abbey, Whitby Museum, Whitby Lighthouse, and Mini Monsterz.
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