From £100 - 1 to 7 nights
Holiday reference: WYPOA
Enjoy a break at Whitby with the walking experts; we have all the ingredients for your perfect self-guided escape.
Our Country House, with its extensive views over the Esk Valley, is geared to the needs of walkers and outdoor enthusiasts. Enjoy hearty local food, our legendary picnic lunches, and our excellent boot and drying room. To help you explore we'll give you a free Ordnance Survey map, plus detailed route notes for our recommended walks. On many holidays our experienced leaders are on hand to offer help and advice.
We are currently developing our new Discovery Point at Larpool Hall. This will be up and running in the next few weeks and will be the starting point for your outdoor adventure. You'll find:
When you're not walking, there's plenty to do locally. Why explore the adjacent cycle trail to Robin Hood's Bay, ride on the North York Moors Railway, or discover Whitby's colourful harbour and famous Abbey. See the 'Local Area' tab for further ideas.
Newtondale to Grosmont -A wonderful moorland walk into Heartbeat country. The views are far reaching and, in August, the colour of the heather will be stunning.” Carole Jones, HF Holidays Leader
Cloughton to Whitby -"This is a serious full-day walk along a long and beautiful section of the Cleveland Way, taking in picturesque coves at Cloughton Wyke and Hayburn Wyke, an old coastguard station and radar station, the dramatic sweep of the bay between Ravenscar and Robin Hood’s Bay, passing Boggle Hole, and a steepish ascent up through Robin Hood’s Bay itself." Alistair Griggs, HF Holidays Leader
Runswick Bay to Staithes -"A beautiful coastal stroll from photogenic Runswick Bay to historic Staithes where Captain Cook first went to sea”. Frank Waterworth, HF Holidays Leader
Call our travel experts:
0345 470 8558
or email reservations.
International customers please call:
+44 20 8732 1250
Our lines are open:
Monday to Friday 09:00 - 19:00
Saturday 09:00 - 13.00