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Bats and Broomsticks

11 Prospect Hill, Whitby, United Kingdom Show Map
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Hotel description

Bats and Broomsticks provides a comfortable setting when visiting Whitby and is close to everything the area has to offer. It is the perfect base for those wishing to immerse themselves in nature, with North York Moors National Park just steps away.

The themed rooms include tea and coffee making facilities and a DVD player. A hair dryer and cable/satellite channels are also provided.

Those staying at Bats and Broomsticks Bed and Breakfast Whitby are served a satisfying breakfast every day. There is also the added advantage of an in-house restaurant.

The bed & breakfast is also moments from the area's well-known restaurants and bars, plus the Scarborough to Whitby Rail Trail is within walking distance. It is a short stroll from Whitby Railway Station, which allows for convenient access in and around Whitby.

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Restaurant, Pet Friendly, Non-Smoking Rooms, Cable / Satellite TV, Coffee / Tea Maker, Hair Dryer, TV, DVD Player
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Overall Rating:
10/10
Cleanliness:
9/10
Service:
10/10
Amenities:
10/10
Location:
9/10
Food:
10/10
Rooms:
9/10

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