Whitby has many great pubs. Young, old, trendy, traditional, Folkie or Goth, there’s something for everyone here. This page is dedicated to the public houses in Whitby. Viewing Figures Upto April 2013 – Whitby Pubs – Whitby Town Pub Guide 21 comment(s) | 10,555 view(s) Our page includes, maps, pictures, General Information and archives of […]
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Whitby is surrounded by many beautiful villages. These are just a few pictures of those very special places.
Reviewer: Real Whitby – April 8, 2012 Fantastic restaurants adorn the beautiful streets of Whitby. Along the harbour front you will find world class cuisine. Whitby is famous for its fish on a global scale, and some of the best fish restaurants are right here. The Marine’s chef Simon Truman serves up the best fish […]
Drunk – Black Eye Friday In Whitby T”was the night before Christmas, and it happened to be a Friday. Which in the ancient town of Whitby meant only one thing. Black Eyed Friday. This is a tradition we still like to uphold. Raucously and for no other good reason than we can. It’s Ok for […]
This article titled “10 best pubs in North Yorkshire” was written by Martin Wainwright, for theguardian.com on Thursday 3rd May 2012 10.47 UTC The George and Dragon, Hudswell Small, friendly and community-owned; you can glow with virtue in this beautiful spot as well as enjoying the locally-sourced food and a pint of Black Sheep or […]
The History Of Whitby The story of The Old Mulgrave Castle Inn, like numerous other public houses in Whitby, can now only be found amongst the pages of local history books. But right up until the year 1887 – when it eventually fell into the sea – this public house was perched atop the cliffs […]
A beautiful restaurant /bar set on the harbour side. The Moon And Sixpence provides an excellent place to meet for a drink or a meal throughout the day.
There is high quality locally sourced produce on offer. A typical lunch time meal will cost between £5 and £10 whilst evening meals range from £10 upwards.