Pannett House Bed And Breakfast

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Whitby, Yorkshire

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Pannett House, 14 Normanby Terrace
Whitby
Yorkshire
England
YO21 3ES

Pannett House Bed And Breakfast, Whitby

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Pannett House is an elegant grade 2 listed bed and breakfast on the West Cliff of Whitby at the edge of the North York Moors. Pannett House is perfect for a weekend retreat a mid-week break or a family holiday. Come and escape the pressures of modern living and relax and enjoy the stunning scenery around Whitby sample some of its fine restaurants and blow those cobwebs away with a brisk walk on the moors.

All rooms have fine cotton bedding WIFI Freesat TV & Hospitality tray.

The grade 2 Victorian town house built in 1860 was home to one of Whitby's highest regarded benefactors Mr R E Pannett why not visit the park and museum which bears his name and view the fine artwork that he bequeathed to the town There is a wonderful sense of history with the original features blended together with modern facilities providing a relaxing and calming feel. The house boasts many original features such as the stunning tiled Victorian bathroom which takes centre-stage which we believe is the last surviving one in Whitby original marble fireplaces in every room ornate plaster coving and sweeping staircase. Each Double/King guest room is a generous size with en-suite facilities tastefully decorated using original features and marrying them with modern day comforts.

During World War 2 Pannett House was used as billets for soldiers on their way to the front there is a tangible reminder in the family accommodation lounge in the form of a bullet hole in the plate glass window to the rear which has been in filled with lead it is said a soldiers gun fired as he was cleaning it and shot straight though the glass without shattering it!!!! Whitby is undoubtedly a beautiful place to live and visit. To ensure further generations also have the opportunity to enjoy it we endeavor to play our part in conserving the natural resources by actively participating in sustainable tourism. We have an Environmental Policy in all the guest welcome folders so you can see what we do and also the part you can play whilst staying with us.

Pannett House is ideally situated on the West Cliff a short 5 minute walk to the shops and attractions that Whitby has to offer. We have off-road parking for motorbikes. Practically everywhere within the North York moors can be reached within one hour's drive.

Many fine scenic walks both easy and more challenging start from Whitby

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Whitby Travel and Heritage Information

Whitby Abbey - 0.4 miles (Abbey) Heritage Rating

Fylingdales, St Stephen's Old Church - 4.6 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Wheeldale Roman Road - 10 miles (Roman Site) Heritage Rating

North York Moors National Park - 14.9 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

Cawthorn Roman Camps - 15 miles (Roman Site) Heritage Rating

Skelton-in-Cleveland Old Church - 15.7 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Lastingham, St Mary's Church - 16.6 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Scarborough Castle - 16.7 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Pickering Castle - 17.8 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

North Yorkshire Moors Railway - 17.9 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

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