The Stables at Cross Butts in Whitby is located where the North York Moors meet the beach of one of England's most popular coastal towns.
With its unique courtyard of stables-turned-rooms, this charming inn in a former 17th-century farmhouse provides sweeping views across the lovely countryside to the moors beyond.
The Stables is a great spot to stay while exploring the North Yorkshire coast and beaches, and it's close to Whitby and Robin Hood's Bay.
What makes a stay at The Stables at Whitby unique?
The bar area, which contains a working cast iron range, is a great place for guests to unwind. There is also a garden pond on the property. Cross Butts, on the outskirts of Whitby, is where town meets country. The home is 3 miles from Sandsend, Robin Hood's Bay, and the North York Moors National Park is 0.3 miles away.
What is the signature dish at The Stables at Whitby?
With its high emphasis on sourcing local produce, Cross Butts offers 4-star dining and accommodation, 2 miles from the seaside town of Whitby.
The family-run restaurant serves a varied seasonal menu in a rustic setting, with exposed beams and flagstone floors. The views of the Esk Valley can be enjoyed from the garden room complete with its own log burner.