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Boulmer Guesthouse
23 Crescent Avenue
Whitby
North Yorkshire

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Boulmer Guesthouse has a Quality in Tourism rating of FOUR STARS and is situated on Whitby's picturesque West Cliff. Close to local shops and it's the perfect location for a relaxing break by the sea; Whitby's beautiful beach, with sands that stretch all the way to Sandsend (approximately 2 miles), is only a few minutes walk away. There is a wide range of cafes, restaurants and bars to choose from only a short distance from Boulmer Guesthouse so if it's fish and chips you fancy or perhaps something a little more glamorous you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to dining out. At Boulmer Guesthouse we cater for all, including families (baby listening monitor available) and pride ourselves on our homely, welcoming atmosphere and our attention to detail also cleanliness and excellent breakfasts (we only use fresh locally produced ingredients). Whitby is a great place for a family break with plenty to do for children and adults alike. It's also a perfect base from which to explore the North Yorkshire Moors and rambling coastline on foot or by bicycle. Boulmer Guest house offers 7 rooms of varying sizes to accommodate a variety of guests. All of our rooms have Free Wi-Fi internet access, complimentary tea/coffee facilities, radio alarm clocks, hairdryers and TV. Please click on any of the images to see a larger version.

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