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Arundel House Arundel House is an historic Whitby b&b, built c.1790, an imposing Georgian Manor House, an outstanding period property integrally linked to the charm and charisma of Whitby's past. Originally, the home of the Campion family, who were important ship builders at the time of Captain Cook's voyages of discovery, and Margaret Campion, who established herself as the first lady-banker in Britain.

Prominently located opposite Pannet Park, this delightful Whitby guest house is conveniently situated within walking distance of the unique town centre, harbour, beach and Abbey. This Whitby B&B offers well appointed en-suite rooms, including four poster and ground floor rooms. All are individually themed and dedicated to some of Whitby's most famous residents.
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read more › All our rooms are well appointed with tea/coffee making facilities, en-suite bathrooms, hairdryers, flat screen TVs, and complimentary WiFi. Standard Double/Twin and Single rooms have small en-suite bathrooms and are on the first or second floor of the Hotel. Superior rooms are larger in size and feature Four Poster beds, larger en-suite bathrooms, and are located on the ground or first floor. We also offer Super King size beds and can guarantee a good night's sleep, as all of our beds are handmade locally and have 10 inch deep matresses with 10,000 pockets.

read more › A maximum of 2 dogs per room - which must be no larger than medium size dogs, please. All dogs must be well behaved and trained. As much as we are pet friendly, not all guests are, so we do not allow dogs in the restaurant at breakfast - so please respect other guests. However, providing they can be well behaved, they can be left in the room for that short period.

read more › Whitby is a quaint fishing town, unspoilt by time. Amongst it's winding, cobbled streets and fascinating shops, you will find handmade local crafts, such as jewellery fashioned from the famous Whitby Jet, Victorian photographs by Frank Meadow Sutcliffe depicting life in Whitby in bygone days, and art galleries displaying original works. There are many old inns, coffee shops, and quality restaurants, to visit - not forgetting Whitby Fish and chips! The beautiful harbour dominates the town, overlooked and guarded by the ancient ruins of Whitby Abbey atop the 199 steps.

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