Saxonville Hotel


Directions to Saxonville Hotel

Directions from West or South - take the M62 to Leeds. A64 to York. Around York bypass to Malton. Take A169 off Malton bypass to Pickering. Straight through Pickering, over the moors to Sleights. Straight through Sleights, up bank to t-junction. Turn right towards Whitby. Follow signs for West Cliffe. On West Cliff you will see The Metropole. Turn right in land onto Argyle Road. Ladysmith Avenue is the first turning right after the garage. If you are coming from the North follow the A19 south to Middlesborough. Go over the Middlesborough flyover (Showcase Cinema on the right). Turn off the A19 onto the A174 - signposted Guisborough, Scarborough and Whitby). Follow the signs for the A171. This will bring you around the Guisborough bypass and over the moors to Whitby. If there is a lot of traffic, it is advisable to follow the "Whitby and Scarborough Diversion Signs" which are on the A174. As you come down from the moors, turn right towards Whitby. Follow signs for West Cliff. On West Cliff you will see The Metropole. Turn right in land onto Argyle Road. Ladysmith Avenue is the first turning right after the garage.

Things to do near Saxonville Hotel

Number 4 Cafe Bar & Restaurant

0.2 miles away

Cafe Bar & Restaurant in a quiet location in Whitby town centre. Offering freshly prepared, seasonal produce to create exciting lunch and dinner menus. Parking Available.

Set back from the lively town centre of Whitby, you'll find the perfect place to relax and enjoy quality food at the Number 4 Cafe Bar & Restaurant. A luscious blend of British and Mediterranean flavours combine to make a memorable dining experience in this popular seaside town. The cafe is open to serve lunch between 12 and 2pm, and evening meals from 5pm Wednesday to Sunday. As part of the experience you can expect friendly service with a genuine smile.

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Harry's Lounge Bar & Brasserie

0.5 miles away

Popular bar & restaurant in Whitby also offering accommodation, range of wines & cocktails, varied menu with novel tapas style starter size portions served.

If you're looking for a unique dining experience in the beautiful seaside resort of Whitby, then Harry's Lounge Bar and Brasserie is the ideal location. Our restaurant has stunning panoramic views of the town, including the spectacular Abbey, and serves equally stunning cuisine. We offer a unique "British tapas" style dining experience with our innovative Starter Menu, allowing visitors to sample a selection of our delectable dishes. We also offer luxurious accommodation in one en suite double, a penthouse suite and a second double with sitting/dining area.

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Royal Fisheries

0.5 miles away

Finalist - National Fish and Chips Awards 2011. Multi-Award winning, family run restaurant, cafe and takeaway. Proudly serves excellent quality produce in their special recipes.

The Fusco family welcome you to Royal Fisheries and Quayside Restaurant! Our family first started producing fish and chips in the 1950s in Pickering, North Yorkshire. In 1968, they moved to Whitby and bought the Royal Fisheries. Still situated in Whitby, famous the world over for fish and chips, our properties serve multi award-winning food. Royal Fisheries is a family-run traditional fish and chip shop and cafe in Whitby town. We produce top quality fish and chips, using only the finest ingredients. Very high grade fresh fish, bought locally wherever possible, is always used. Top quality potatoes are sourced for the preperation of our trademark crinkle-cut chips. As well as a takeaway service, there is a 50 seat cafe with table service. The shop is open all year, closing only for two weeks in early January.

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Quayside Fish & Chips Restaurant

0.5 miles away

Award winning Whitby fish restaurant with 80 seater licensed restaurant, takeaway service, disabled access and family amenities including high chairs & baby changing room.

Welcome to Quayside Fish & Chips Restaurant in Whitby, a multi- awarding winning 80 seater restaurant specialising in traditional Yorkshire Fish and Chips. Our family friendly 80 seater restaurant is licensed and serves fish and chips friend in the traditional way with quality beef dripping and our own recipe batter. A kid's menu is available for our younger visitors and we also offer high chairs and baby changing facilities.

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The Magpie Cafe

0.5 miles away

Premier seafood cafe overlooking the beautiful Whitby Bay with children's menu available, fantastic wine list and group bookings welcome.

An iconic Whitby Cafe with famous black and white exterior, The Magpie Cafe overlooks the harbour and serves a delicious selection of meals, including exceptional fresh from the catch local fish.

The Bram Stoker Dracula Experience

0.5 miles away

Unique family attraction in Whitby that brings to life the story of Bram Stoker's chilling creation Dracula using animated scenes, special effects & live actors. Gift Shop.

Discover the World of Bram Stoker at the Dracula Experience in the coastal town of Whitby. The Dracula Experience is a unique tour through the Dracula story and its connections to Whitby. Using animated scenes, electronic special effects and live actors the story is brought to life in a superb experience for all the family to enjoy. Set on Marine Parade, Whitby, the building is reputed to be haunted and dates back hundreds of years... Come along and enjoy an eerie, spine chilling show.

North Yorkshire Moors Railway

0.5 miles away

Welcome aboard the North Yorkshire Moors Railway! Britain's most popular heritage railway. Great things to do in Yorkshire for enthusiasts, groups and schools.

Take a step back in time on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Our magnificent steam engines, beautiful rural stations and smartly uniformed staff make for the perfect day out! From smoke and steam pouring from the engines to the cosy wood-panelled carriages and friendly conductor service, the railway is both lovingly preserved and charmingly authentic. The North Yorkshire Moors Railway is the country’s most popular heritage railway. The 18-mile line runs through the beautiful North York Moors National Park, between the market town of Pickering and the village of Grosmont. Travel between the rugged Yorkshire villages, hike the wind swept moors or spend a day at the seaside in Whitby, the Railway is the perfect starting point for a day out!

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Green's of Whitby

0.7 miles away

Award winning seafood bistro and restaurant in Whitby. Locally sourced shellfish and seafood, extensive wine lists, Sunday lunch menu. Warm and welcoming.

Are you looking for a quality restaurant in Whitby? Green's of Whitby has forged a strong and enviable reputation based on consistently excellent food, delightful surroundings and friendly service. We specialise in seafood, prime local meats and game, with a frequently changing menu to ensure that you are sampling the freshest seasonal produce at the peak of its flavour. We are recognised as not only one of the finest restaurants in Whitby, but one of the finest restaurants in North Yorkshire.

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Captain Cook Memorial Museum

0.7 miles away

Captain Cook is Yorkshire's most famous son. The Captain Cook Memorial Museum houses a superb collection of original exhibits. Disabled access, gift shop, various language guides.

Come and discover the exciting world of Captain Cook at the Captain Cook Memorial Museum in the historic town of Whitby. The Museum is in the 17th century house on Whitby's harbour where the young James Cook lodged as apprentice. It was here Captain Cook trained as a seaman, leading to his epic voyages of discovery. The museum has won the White Rose Award and is visited throughout the year by people from over 50 different countries... Come and discover for yourself.

Whitby Abbey

0.7 miles away

Historic remains of Whitby Abbey show over 2,000 years of history and the inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula. Superb clifftop views, gift shop and disabled facilties. Parking.

Whitby Abbey is owned by the English Heritage Trust and stands high on the headland overlooking Whitby. Whitby Abbey is the perfect choice for a great value day trip in Yorkshire. It's easy to see how Bram Stoker was inspired by its gothic splendour when writing Dracula. Whitby Abbey is one of the most atmospheric visitor attractions on the Yorkshire coast. For mystery and imagination, this has to be one of the best family days out in Yorkshire!

The Hare and Hounds

3.4 miles away

Traditional country pub in Hawsker popular with locals and visitors and offering a ranging menu with good value, high quality options. Wide selection of drinks.

Are you looking for places to eat near Whitby? The Hare and Hounds is a friendly pub set in the beautiful village of Hawsker, 3 miles from Whitby, on the edge of the North York Moors National Park. Our menus update seasonally and we have an excellent selection of regularly changing specials, so whether you fancy a light lunch or a generously portioned main course, for excellent food and the warmest of welcomes, make us your first choice for food and drink in Whitby.

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The Fylingdales Inn

5.1 miles away

Family friendly pub in Fylingdale close to Robin Hood's Bay. Locally sourced, homecooked food including a children's menu, cask ales & fine wines available.

The Flyingdales Inn offers a warm family welcome to this traditional country inn. Serving traditional cask ales, a superb house menu and a range of fine wines, spirits and liquers, it is the perfect place to stop a while. Enjoy a family friendly atmosphere, locally sourced wholesome home cooked food, and large gardens with children's play area. An excellent place to dine and drink or stay for all the family.

The Grosvenor Hotel Restaurant

5.3 miles away

Fine a la carte restaurant at elegant hotel close to the attractions of Robin Hoods Bay. Fresh seafood, lobster and high quality local produce used. Bar area.

The Grosvenor Hotel in Robin Hood's Bay offers a warm welcome to guests and visitors alike. Whether you are popping in for a quick drink, staying for a delicious meal in the restaurant or spending a few days on a well earned break, the hotel makes an excellent choice. The Restaurant serves a superb menu of freshly caught seafood and local meats and vegetables whilst the friendly bar offers a good range of drinks, music and regular events.

Bramblewick Restaurant

5.6 miles away

Historic 3 star restaurant with rooms in Robin Hood's Bay with a superb range of local Yorkshire produce including seafood and carefully selected fine wines.

Bramblewick is a 3 Star awarded Restaurant with Rooms situated just a few steps from the beach. Ideally located on the World Heritage Coast at Robin Hood's Bay, this quality hotel offers a superb restaurant serving delicious food in a stylish and character filled atmosphere. Situated in the old village, Bramblewick is an ideal base for exploring the beach and rock pools, fossil hunting and walking.

Royal Hotel

5.8 miles away

Family friendly pub in Runswick Bay serving an extensive traditional menu using locally sourced produce. Real ales, real fires & pets welcome. Function room.

The Royal Hotel at Runswick Bay is a small pub in the heart of the village itself. Open all year round, it is a welcoming place to visit for delicious food or a cold beer or two. Offering an extensive British menu serving traditional favourites and a superb range of hand pulled ales and drinks, it is the perfect place to relax. The Royal has an open fire, perfect to huddle around after a days walk and is completely dog friendly so no need to leave your much loved pets at home.

Ellerby Country Inn Hotel

6.0 miles away

Country inn located in Ellerby in the North York Moors, offers accommodation and fine food. Special diets catered for, celiac menu available. Special offers.

Nestling in a quiet country setting eight miles from Whitby, The Ellerby Country Inn is ideally situated to place you within easy access of some of the country's most spectacular coastline. Awarded the 4 Star Silver Award, this welcoming inn is the perfect choice for excellent food and drink as well as offering superb accommodation and friendly welcome.

The Runswick Bay Hotel

6.0 miles away

Hotel restaurant in Runswick Bay serving a great range of locally sourced homemade dishes with fresh seafood dishes served. Caters for private functions.

The Runswick Bay Hotel is a warm and comfortable traditional coastal inn with cask ales and home made Yorkshire pub food making it the perfect base to explore this beautiful coastline. The hotel serves a range of delicious home made food using locally sourced produce where possible. When it comes to dining you can choose to eat in either one of the bar areas or a table in the spacious dining room, alternatively, if it’s a nice day you can eat outside in the fresh coastal air.

Valley Restaurant

7.5 miles away

Fine hotel restaurant set in an elegant and romantic Country House Hotel. Serving fresh, Yorkshire produce for breakfast, lunch & dinner. Bar & Parking.

The excellent Valley Restaurant is set within the elegant and beautiful Mallyan Spout Hotel. This country house hotel dates back to 1872 and once inside, you will discover nothing stuffy or nostalgic, despite the fact that the building is grade ll listed, The Mallyan is a comfortable, welcoming and friendly place. Guests come here time and time again to enjoy wonderful food and drink that is not over priced and enjoys a romantic and classical setting.

Staithes Gallery

8.2 miles away

Great gallery in Staithes, North Yorkshire, showcasing the very best contemporary artwork inspired by Staithes and surrounding area. Art School also offered.

The inspiring village of Staithes is a wonderful place to visit and Staithes Gallery is well worth a visit. Housed in an elegant Georgian building on Staithes High Street, the gallery showcases an excellent range of art, paintings, photography, sculpture and even offers accommodation! The village of Staithes offers innumerable opportunities for all kinds of artists, from the professional to the complete beginner. Staithes Art School offers painting breaks with experienced tutors for anyone wishing to learn, improve or just have a go.

North Yorkshire Moors Railway

17.9 miles away

Popular heritage railway in the Yorkshire Moors offering steam locomotives to take visitors past stunning countryside and picturesque stations. Disabled access

Take a step back in time on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Our magnificent steam engines, beautiful rural stations and smartly uniformed staff make for the perfect day out! From smoke and steam pouring from the engines to the cosy wood-panelled carriages and friendly conductor service, the railway is both lovingly preserved and charmingly authentic. The North Yorkshire Moors Railway is the country’s most popular heritage railway. The 18-mile line runs through the beautiful North York Moors National Park, between the market town of Pickering and the village of Grosmont. Travel between the rugged Yorkshire villages, hike the wind swept moors or spend a day at the seaside in Whitby, the Railway is the perfect starting point for a day out!

* Calls cost no more than 6p per minute from a BT landline