Really looking forward to Whitby folk - any suggestions for good fish n chips reasonably priced - I know about the Three Magpies and I wasn't impressed with the Jolly Sailor - there is a session in the George & Dragon has anybody eaten there recently?? - Normally we go to the Hare & Hounds at West Hawksker on a Fri
Also if any locals know of any good cheap day parking - not the leisure centre as it's OK going down but an almighty treck up hill
OOps! I put my earlier request in the wrong section so please forgive me!!
Does any one have any recommendations for the best /cheapest day parking in Whitby for the folk week - plan to visit a couple of days. Don't want to park in the leisure centre as it's a long treck with instruments in tow. Really looking forward to the wonderful folk atmosphere again
Spending a few days in Whitby, England. I want an excellent restaurant for fine dining to celebrate my wedding anniversary. Love seafood, French Food and excllent service. Can you advise please?
is there a bus service running between whitby and scarborough?
We're going to Whitby for a few days (from the US) and I'm wondering if we will need a car to get around, or can we just take the train from an airport and walk the town for those few days?
Also, best airport to fly into for staying in Whitby?
Hi there, I want to do a day trip to Whitby from York next Sunday, I don't have my own vehicle, what is the easiest/quickest way to get there? Train to Scarborough then bus to Whitby, or bus all the way? They don't seem to be that frequent on Sundays and have to change in Marlton?
Any help much appreciated:-)
Hi there - Whitby cognoscenti!
It's many, many years since I went to Whitby, and all I remember is the abbey up on the hill on one side of the river. I want to book 1-2 nights B&B, and would like to know which side of the river is best. Any other info on well-positioned B&Bs would be welcome.
I will be in Whitby for 7 days in late April. Does anyone know of any day trips to the lake district from there?
My friend and I are coming to Whitby in early June. What is the cheapest way of getting to Whitby by train? Some of the trains I've looked at have scary prices...
Can any locals give me any info on Abbey gael festival and cheap and cheerful b and b accommodation for 3 persons (family 2xM 1xF)or places to errect a tent or park an estate care for overnite stay.
B and B will need to accommdate late entry access due to concert not finishing til early hours of 24th.(Saw Doctors fan - last act on stage)
First time visitor - any info around this event appreciated Private message responses welcome - email@example.com
I was planning to take the coach from York to Whitby, go back to York, and the next day take a train up to Durham. But I would be easier to make this trip a triangle: take the coach to Whitby, go to Durham and then take the train back to York. However, I couldn't find any train for the Whitby-Durham leg. National Express also has no direct coach.
Does anyone know if there is some other public transportation between the two towns?
Thank you for any information.
Hi, I will be based in whitby for 6 months in 2005. I would like as much info about this area, what I should and shouldnt do, all that sort of thing. Im a virgin traveller and at this moment finding quite daunting, hopefully this will pass and excitement wil set in. Is the accent quite thick or will I be able to understand this fine? coming from Australia to Whitby in april should I pack heavy clothing or mddle or light? Thanks for your help. Cheers