What is Whitby most famous for and why do hundreds of thousands of visitors flock to Whitby each year? Here are 9 mind-blowing facts about Whitby which you may not have known!Read More
For centuries sailors and fishermen have swapped stories to either scare or entertain their listeners whilst they drank up all the liquor Whitby had to offer. Here at The Whitby Guide, we have compiled a list of five Whitby folklore tales. Enjoy…
Whitby has become an increasingly popular tourist destination over the last few years and as a result, there are a wide variety of Whitby restaurants to choose from. Here are 15 of the best!
Whitby has many beautiful self catering holiday cottages that are available all year round at reasonable rates. To help you plan your holiday to Whitby we have compiled a list of five self catering holiday cottages in Whitby that are definitely worth staying in.
Follow Simon Calder around Whitby in this video from Visit England. Simon talks through some of the main tourist destinations in Whitby.
St Hilda is one of those names that, much like Caedmon, is seen all over Whitby and the surrounding areas. Anyone who lives in Whitby will know who St Hilda is, but for those who don’t know the famous saint, read on…
The Great Seaside Vintage Fair is returning to Whitby Pavilion on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 July, for its seventh successive year.
The witches of Whitby that use the town as their hunting ground are usually females and are best to be avoided, although most of the witches on this list are long dead there may still be a witch lurking in the midst and hiding among the normal people, so be aware!
The North Yorkshire Moors are so vast and remote, it’s little wonder that beasts of the devil make it their home. Here is a list of five legendary beasts you may find on your travels around Whitby.
When visiting Whitby, there are a vast array of bed and breakfasts to choose from. My personal favourite is Sandpiper House, which is conveniently located on Whitby’s west cliff, close to the local shops and beach.
Great British Railway Journeys that covers the trip over the North Yorkshire Moors to Whitby, Goathland & Grosmont. Learn about Dracula and his connections to Whitby and the history of the rare gemstone Whitby Jet.
The organisers of Whitby Steampunk Weekend are extremely pleased to announce that the first biannual festival will take place on Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th February, 2017.