Rich in literary history, Whitby is perhaps most famous for its association with Bram Stoker’s Dracula, and was the setting for the vampire’s arrival on English shores. Featured in the famously haunting tale and easily accessed from our Hotel and Campsite listings in Whitby are the striking ruins of Whitby Abbey, which tower above the town below.

  • As Whitby’s oldest and most recognisable landmark, Whitby Abbey is incredibly popular with visitors and a must-visit for its magnificent views of the surrounding area
  • Whitby is lined with traditional cobbled streets, and boutiques selling locally mined Jet and the iconic whalebone arch which commemorates Whitby's historic link with the whaling industry
  • Nearby Robin Hood’s Bay – five miles south of Whitby – is a great day out – the quaint fishing village is home to a family-friendly sandy beach and is a great starting point for stunning coastal walks
  • With some of the very best Fish and Chip shops in the country, no trip to Whitby is complete without tucking in to this seaside classic!

Whatever you discover, we’ve got a great range of Whitby hotels to choose from that provide a comfortable retreat after a day spent exploring this beautiful seaside town. Check out our fab campsites located in Whitby down below.