Rosewood Bed and Breakfast

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

3 Ocean Road
YO21 3HY

Rosewood Bed and Breakfast, Whitby

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Rosewood is a delightful friendly bed and breakfast guest house situated in Whitby, North Yorkshire. We are just three minutes walk to the beach and five minutes to the town centre. There is a bus stop and train station nearby plus free on street parking.

We are open all year round and look forward to welcoming you soon with tea or coffee, plus jam cream scones on arrival, coal fire Rosewood is a lovely Victorian built red brick house. It has two large double rooms, with ensuite bath, shower, washbasin and toilet. Each room is equipped with a tv and hair dryer and tea and coffee making facilities.

We provide full English breakfast (vegetarians are also catered for). Tea or coffee on arrival plus jam cream scones. Whitby North Yorkshire is renowned for its fishing industry and harbour.

It has an excellent sandy beach. There are many excellent restaurants, cafes, and fast food outlets nearby.

From: £60.00

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