Bagdale Hall Hotel and Restaurant

1 Bagdale, Whitby, North Yorkshire, England, YO21 1QL, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1 Bagdale, Whitby, is near Whitby Abbey, Whitby Museum, Whitby Lighthouse, and Mini Monsterz.
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    Travel Blogs from Whitby

    Scarborough and York

    A travel blog entry by lindseyelias on Sep 12, 2014

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    Slept in. Like really slept in. There were no interruptions, no one coming in and out, no loud noises. Just a peaceful and much needed sleep. Yaaasssssssss. I was still wanting to do a day trip; I was just feeling like being outside and not in the city. Wanted some time to myself with not a ton of people around. I know, I'm traveling alone and wanted time to myself. I get that's weird. There were a ton of options but the train tickets were so expensive, which was really through a ...

    Walking North York Moors National Park

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... Goathland, the stop before Grosmont so we can walk the 3 miles on the old 1837 railway line. The Goathland train station was used in the Harry Potter movies as the Hogsmead station. It starts raining hard as we arrive but quits within just a few minutes. The trail is pretty easy with a gentle slope down. We travel the valley, through the woods and along the river. This is one of my favorite types of trails and I enjoy it ...

    Coastal Walks on the Cleveland Trail

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 27, 2014

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    ... are under water and the waves are crashing in with tremendous force sometimes splashing 10-20 feet in the air. It seems to be a real source of pride to be part of the lifeboat rescue teams.

    Staithes was a smugglers port around 1776. The taxes on luxuries were very high – maybe paying for a war with the colonies? Anyway, Staithes was a good place to get Gin, tobacco, Brandy, chocolate, silk, pepper, playing cards and ...

    Last days in Northumberland

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 23, 2014

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    ... so I thought it was near dawn.

    Part of the reason we are staying where we are is because it is close to Northumberland National Park. Ingram is just a couple of miles away and has the trail head for several walks. We take the Hillfort Trail, a five mile loop that gets you up on the fells. We have a guide that points out the ancient terraced farms, Iron Age hill forts and various settlement ruins. The trail is well ...

    York, then onto Scarborough

    A travel blog entry by msheila on Aug 23, 2014

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    ... room with a view over the North Sea. We spent several hours walking down to South Bay - people everywhere and the amusement parlours and fish and chip shops stretched all along the waterfront, We then climbed up to Scarborough Castle then continued down into North Bay - much quieter and it was interesting to see surfers and kayakers surfing the ...