Chiltern Guest House

Guest house in Whitby, Yorkshire

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13 Normanby Terrace, West Cliff
YO21 3ES

Chiltern Guest House, Whitby

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Centrally positioned on the west cliff at whitby. John & Jools Hudson give you a warm welcome at the Chiltern Guest House. The Chiltern Guest House is situated 300yds from the sand and sea and approximately 800yds from the harbour, where you will find all the traditional attractions of a Yorkshire east coast resort.

All our guest can a expect a friendly stay, resting at elegant victorian house. All our rooms are Ensuite with full access of free wi-fi available. Pet friendly.Special diets catered for upon prior arrangement Check in times between 1400 and 1700 unless previously arranged.

Open all year. Enjoy a break away whatever the season!

 4 star rating

From: £30.00

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