Stewart House B&B
Stewart House is a grade II listed, Georgian home dating from the 1700s, set in the delightful fishing town of Whitby in Yorkshire. The owners Nicky & Phil have turned their home into a beautifully restored luxury Bed & Breakfast offering comfort and relaxation.
There are 2 parking spaces opposite, and a scratch-card for parking in nearby streets is otherwise available.
Stewart House is located in a peaceful square, just around the corner from Skinner Street with its wide array of shops and tea rooms, and up the road from the local pub, which occasionally features live music. The Pavilion, the West Cliff promenade, the beach and the centre of the town with its array of shops and attractions are all a short walk away.
A good start to the day is built on your breakfast, and at Stewart House the delicious cooked breakfasts are prepared using local ingredients, including sausages and bacon from Jacksons in nearby Ruswarp. Kippers from Sandgate Fisheries are a local delicacy, and are well-recommended! We can also cater for special diets (e.g., vegetarian; gluten-free).
There is so much to see and do during your stay, Whitby is renowned for its links to Bram Stoker's Dracula, so why not join one of the dusk tours? The imposing Abbey on the cliff top opposite is a must-see, popularly reached by the 199 steps. Further afield smaller villages, including Robin Hood's Bay, Grosmont (for the hub of the North Yorks Moors Railway) and Goathland (Heartbeat country), are focus points among the stunning beauty of the surrounding Yorkshire coast and Moors.