Sneaton Castle Centre

Historic Guest Accommodation in Whitby, Yorkshire

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Sneaton Castle Centre Castle Road
Whitby
Yorkshire
England
YO21 3QN

Sneaton Castle Centre, Whitby

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Sneaton Castle Centre s guest house is situated in beautiful and extensive grounds adjacent to St Hildas Priory. The 12 guest rooms are located in a refurbished house in the grounds and not in the Castle buildings. A hearty breakfast is served in the Centres light and airy Garden Room.

All rooms in St Francis House are ensuite and include some little luxuries such as Bothams biscuits and White Company toiletries. One mile from the centre of town a warm and friendly welcome awaits you. There is ample parking and the Centre can also offer safe storage for cycles.

Although the Centre does not have a Restaurant evening meals can be provided by prior arrangement. The castle itself dates back to the 19th Century and following major refurbishment the buildings have been transformed into an ideal modern venue for Conferences Training Events Seminars School College and Youth Trips Church Weekends Holidays Individual Breaks Group Outings... and much more!

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