Dunsley Hall

Address: Dunsley, Whitby, North Yorkshire, England, YO21 3TL, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Dunsley, Whitby, is near Whitby Abbey, Whitby Museum, Esk Valley Railway, and Mini Monsterz.
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    Travel Blogs from Whitby

    Cooking with Heartbeat!

    A travel blog entry by maggik on May 30, 2015

    11 photos

    ... Staithes is where he started work - for the local grocer - and where he got a taste for things nautical by watching the coming and goings in the harbour. We have visited the place of his childhood, Great Ayton, where he went to school. His mother and various siblings are buried in the graveyard of the norman (11th century) church which we visited along with the museum in honour of the esteemed captain. However the big ...

    "Want to Take it Outside?"

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on May 24, 2015

    26 photos

    ... and produce. We then made our way to the beach and went for a nice 2km walk up and back. It was really a nice walk even if the temperature was cold, below 10, with a strong breeze coming straight off the ocean, but it did not stop some mad Englishmen from going swimming!

    During the walk we found ourselves amongst some very colourful beach huts similar to those found at St Kilda Beach in Australia. The boys were geocaching ...

    Goodbye Molly Malone, Hello Captain Cook.

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on May 22, 2015

    20 photos

    ... Captain Cook such as his school, which is now a museum, and the location of his house which was relocated to Melbourne and is now marked with a monument created from rocks from Australia. At this monument we all took the chance to touch a piece of Australia again. We then made our way to the cemetery and saw Captain Cooks' family plot where his mother, father, two sisters and brother is buried. Our walk around Great Ayton ...

    Abbey, Sea (A B C, geddit?)

    A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on May 20, 2015

    17 photos

    ... Maybe that's normal. It tastes good, but it's messy to eat. The haddock was firm enough to eat in one piece, but you needed two hands because even cut in half, one piece was big and solid and heavy. What was good was the box it came in. It was long enough for the whole fish, and divided into two lengthways for the chips in the other half.

    On the walk home we went through the park that's opposite our B&B, and that's it. You're up to date. See you tomorrow.

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    I Do Like To Be Beside the Seaside!

    A travel blog entry by jodianddavid10 on May 14, 2015

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    ... 1. Consistently voted the best place to live in the UK.

    2. 2013 voted the happiest place to live in the UK.

    3. 2013 voted the third most romantic place in the world (beating Paris, Vienna and Rome! (Daddy was happy he had visited with Mummy)

    Harrogate is a spa town and its spa water contains iron, sulphur and common salt. The first mineral well was discovered in 1571 with Harrogate dubbed the English Spa in ...