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Elizabeth House Apartments, Whitby, North Yorkshire

Elizabeth House Apartments
12 St. Johns Street
North Yorkshire

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Just moments from the beaches, harbour and town centre, Elizabeth House is a substantial Victorian terraced building, housing four spacious, comfortable and stylish apartments for the visitor who demands that extra special something from a self catering visit to Whitby. Justifiably labelled the 'jewel in the Yorkshire coast crown', Whitby is a delightful blend of historic charm, stunning views and modern attractions and facilities. Nestling on the Yorkshire coast, the resort boasts sandy beaches, an attractive working harbour and marina all under the watchful eye of Whitby Abbey on the east cliff and Captain Cook on the west cliff. The town has retained its character over the years and added to it with stylish cafes, restaurants and bars, alongside a wonderful mix of shops, many unique to Whitby, to suit all tastes. No visit to Whitby is complete without a visit to one of our famous fish and chip cafes. And of course Whitby is just minutes away from the stunning North York Moors which offer some of the most beautiful and unspoilt landscape in the country ideal for exploring and serious walking.PETS WELCOME WITH PRIOR ARRANGEMENT, ADDITIONAL FEES APPLY.

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