Coastal bed and breakfast in Whitby, offering two themed rooms, ideal for a small family or couples. Beautiful views of the Esk Valley and Littlebeck. Fairtrade products.
Are you looking for the ideal bed and breakfast guest house for your well deserved holiday break? Do you desire to stay in an area where you can relax and unwind? Well look no further than The Old Barn, a property situated in Aislaby, only 3 miles away from the centre of Whitby. Upon your arrival, you will be greeted with the warmest of welcomes and immediately notice the breathtaking surroundings. Whether you choose to relax on the patio in the garden or decide to explore the sights on foot, you will have a memorable time with the scenery, attractions and activities you will come across.
Whitby is within easy reach, and will present you with its wonderful beach and piers, famous Abbey, quaint shops, cafes, traditional inns and restaurants, not to mention the origins of 'Dracula'. For you avid walkers, why not take advantage of the fantastic walking opportunities within the area? You can trek along the trails of The Cleveland Way and the disused railway path which runs from Whitby to Scarborough. Why not visit the spectacular Robin Hood's Bay, a picturesque village where you can enjoy coastal walks, relaxing by the sea or a picnic.
There are two rooms available, these being The Poppies and The Lighthouse Room. Both are beautiful themed rooms on the ground floor and include a comfortable double bed (The Lighthouse has twin beds), Freesat/DVD LCD TV, welcome tray with Fairtrade products, bathrobes, hair dryer and iron. Both rooms have shared use of guest bathroom and shower.
Beautiful views over the Esk Valley and Littlebeck. Bus stop to Whitby, Middlesbrough and Scarborough, only 200m from the door. We are child friendly. No smoking environment.
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When you enter Aislaby from Middlesbrough direction drive through the village past St Margarets Church until you see the village hall on the right, just before the hall turn right down a little lane and we are the last house you find. Park on the paved courtyard. If you see the Forge pub you have gone too far. If you enter Aislaby from the Whitby end, pass the Forge on the right and then pass the village hall on the left, turn immediate left down the little lane and we are the last house. Park on the courtyard and you have arrived!