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A lovely weekend winter break, made all the better by the wonderful guest house. Fantastic view from our room at the front of the guest house, looking out over the sea. We received a warm and friendly welcome, the rooms are more than comfortable, clean...More
Just had a weekend break, excellent high quality accomodation. Fantastic location, everthing in walking distance. Rooms+decor outstanding, very clean and well maintained. Very good breakfast served by very freindly staff. We look forward to a return visit and would recommend this guest house to others.
Having stayed at other B&B's on the Crescent ,this one just has the edge.Sparklingly (is that a word ?) clean.Lovely decor & furnished to a high standard. Delicious breakfast served by really attantative staff (sorry others have mentioned her but I didn't ask her name...More
lovely friendly wecome ,spotlessly clean, lady serving at breakfast second to none could not do enough. Room a bit small, four poster bed and bedding lovely ,would definatlly stay again ,Sea view was amazing.easy walking distance to anywhere .
Small luxury guest house on the west cliff at Whitby, managed by the owners Chris & Stevie Connell. Close to all amenities. King size fourposter beds & sea views, all rooms ensuite, Memory foam mattresses on some beds, WiFi available, welcome trays and flat screen TVs in every room, full English breakfast included. We pride ourselves on the cleanliness of our guest house.
Have you started offering guilt-free tea refills or are these still to be requested and sneered at?
Does every guest get a personalised snide email after they stay?
Considering an awful weekend in Whitby so your quick reply would help, thanks.
17 February 2015|
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Response from YellowTone | Reviewed this property |
Thanks for your questions.
Yes the tea refills can be requested but are unlikely to be fulfilled without a Greek drama worthy of Odysseus.