The Europa Guesthouse

Bed and Breakfast in Whitby, Yorkshire

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20 Hudson St
YO21 3EP

The Europa Guesthouse, Whitby

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We are a tastefully decorated non-smoking Victorian house located in the heart of Whitby and we pride ourselves at the Europa on offering a successful mix of first class accommodation, locally sourced products and service with a smile.

When you plan your holiday or short break away, you want to know that where you stay lives up to your expectations. The Europa offers this confidence. All our rooms have en-suite facilities.

Breakfast is served in our bright sunny dining room where we endeavour to use all our small independent butchers, bakers and greengrocers and of course we serve Fortunes kippers. The Europa is situated on Whitby's West Cliff and is a few minutes walk from the seafront and 5 minutes walk to the centre of our unspoilt town and harbour, including the marina basin. Parking on the West Cliff is 24 hours unrestricted and at very busy times, we are close to a large car park.

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