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Bagdale Hall is a stunning Tudor Manor House, situated in the centre of the historic fishing port of Whitby, the property dates back to 1516 and offers great guest accommodation.
Bagdale Hall consists of 26 en suite guest bedrooms, each bedroom has been decorated and furnished to an exceptionally high standard and boast many period features. There are 6 bedrooms in the main house, which have beautiful beamed ceilings, stone mullioned windows and four-poster beds as well benefitting from a trouser press, hairdryer, colour TV and a well-stocked hospitality tray.
A further 8 rooms are located in Number 4 Bagdale which is a delightful Georgian Townhouse only a stones through away from the main house. Number 4 Bagdale has amazing features from high ceilings to a Palladian stained glass window. All the bedrooms have an en suite bathroom, four-poster bed, colour TV and tea and coffee making facilities.
In The Lodge there are a further 12 double en suite guest bedrooms each with a colour TV and well-stocked hospitality tray. If you are staying in either The Lodge or Number 4 Bagdale then breakfast and dinner is served in the restaurant situated in the main house.
The restaurant at Bagdale Hall prides itself in using only locally sourced produce in it’s high quality dishes. The restaurant has an extensive menu with dishing ranging from poultry and game, prime cuts of meat, locally caught fish and the finest vegetables. It is recommended to book a table avoid disappointment.
Bagdale Hall is a perfect base for exploring the local area, it is located within close walking distance of the famous Abbey ruins, the bustling town centre with it’s array of specialist shops, cafes, museums and quaint cobbled streets and is only moments from the beautiful sandy beaches.
If you fancy going further afield then why not jump on a North Yorkshire Moors railway steam train which leaves Whitby and travels through pretty moorland villages up to the busy market town of Pickering and on to Esk Valley, a perfect day out for any steam train enthusiast.
Take a trip to Goathland which is famous for very popular TV series ‘Heartbeat’ and visit the fictional village of Aidensfield. Or go exploring the beautiful northern coastline and visit the charming fishing villages located up and down the coast.
26 Double bedrooms with en suite facilities
Dates back to 1516
Many original features with stoned mullioned windows and beamed ceilings
All rooms en suite
Four poster beds
Tea & coffee making facilities
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