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SEAVIEW GUEST HOUSE is located in the center of an elegant crescent of nine properties and we believe has the best views in Whitby, taking in the Abbey ruins, St Mary's church, Harbour entrance and the historic East side, Oh! I nearly forgot and the sea!!

 

 

 

 

 

All of our six rooms are en suite, four have spectacular sea views and two have views of our award winning garden and the rooftops of old Whitby town. The rooms are decorated in a mix of modern and "art deco" styles each one being individual.

 

 

 

 

 

     Your hosts Brian and Abby have been at Seaview for ten years and have many years experience in the hospitality business.

      Brian took a City & Guilds catering course (remember those?)and then was trained at hotels in London, (The Goring), and Berne, Switzerland,(Belle Vue Palace). He then spent twelve years in the Civil Service as catering manager before buying a cafe in the jewellery quarter Birmingham.

      Abby started his working life as a "chambermaid" in a Birmingham hotel before moving on to lacquer spraying door furniture in the Jewellery quarter. We then both ran a successful cafe together in Tyseley Birmingham for eighteen years.

       In the time we have been at Seaview we have and are always improving our guest house adding our "art deco" touches to the decor.

 

How do you like your omelettes?

 

You may wonder why we are not star rated, it is because we would rather spend our time and money on the guest house. You will find everything that you need for a short stay is provided. Each room has a refrigerator, hair drier, beverage making facilities, complimentry toiletries, flat screen TV/DVDs, binoculars, shoe horns, shoe cleaning kit, need I go on?

We have for some time been highly rated on "Trip Advisor" so I think that speaks for itself.

 


STOP PRESS WE NOW HAVE FREE WIFI THROUGHOUT THE GUEST HOUSE

 

 

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