Abbotsleigh

Address: 5 Argyle Road, Whitby, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 5 Argyle Road, 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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    ... it would have been this massive and beautiful force. It's all the way at the top of this cliff, overlooking the town. Walking around the grounds and just taking in the scenery was perfect. The castle wasn't packed and so most of the time I was able to check out the areas by myself, and could take my time. Just fricking phenomenal. After the castle I walked down to the North Bay beach. (This next section I wrote while I was there) As I walked up down the beach, I started reflecting ...

    Walking North York Moors National Park

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... time on country roads rather than footpaths.

    Friday we opt for something different. This area is known for the steam trains and one runs from Whitby to Pickering. We go to Grosmont which is just as close as Whitby for us and a small town with less parking hassles. This is a very popular route and our train has 7 cars. Trains run all day during the summer. They also have a dining car that runs for dinner on Sat ...

    Coastal Walks on the Cleveland Trail

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 27, 2014

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    ... mile and a climb of about 300 feet gets us to the trail on the headlands. The first stop is 1 mile down the coast at the town of Mulgrave. It was an iron ore mining town in the 1850’s and you can still see the old harbor which went
    out of use in 1916. Two miles later we enter Runswick. This quaint little town
    slipped into the sea one night in 1682. Fortunately no lives were lost. Kettleness Point at the far side of ...

    Last days in Northumberland

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 23, 2014

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    ... and the original Anglo-Saxon church was built to house his relics and the monks who cared for them. It was replaced by the Norman Cathedral where he was moved in 1104. It was a place of pilgrimage and the gold and precious stones left by the pilgrims became part of the shrine. The gold and jewels are all gone now thanks to Henry VIII who confiscated all of it for his treasury but the shrine and tomb is still there and still a place ...

    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 ...