Argyle Guest House
The guest house dates back to the 1850's and has been sympathetically restored to offer quality, en-suite accommodation, tastefully decorated throughout. Many of our guests return again and again.
We have achieved a prestigious four star rating by the English Tourism Council.
No need to worry about parking, which is free on the surrounding streets and there is a pay-and-display just 100 yards away.
Guests can expect a hearty full English breakfast, and we take care to cater for special diets, including vegetarian, gluten free and Vegan.
We're sorry, we do not accommodate under five's or pets, and for the comfort of our guests we are a strictly no smoking guesthouse.
Argyle House is located right in the heart of the West Cliff conservation area and only 5 minutes walk to Whitby town centre, harbour and beach. It is ideal for those wishing to explore this beautiful part of Yorkshire. With its interesting cobbled streets and original buildings leading up to Whitby Abbey, visitors will find Whitby's historic past enchanting and addictive.
The Heartbeat TV series was often filmed at the bottom of the street. Heartbeat is based 6 miles away in the village of Goathland and is a train ride away on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. The scenic steam train journey is a must for all visitors.
Whitby is also home to Captain Cooks Museum. Other specialist events such as Goth weeks, Folk Week, Gospel Weekend, Line dancing weekends, Live Music, Whitby Regatta, Musicport are all based in this popular area.
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This page was last updated: 08 August 2011