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The Beehive Inn
Whitby, North Yorkshire, England
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About The Beehive Inn
Set in Whitby, 1.5 km from Sneaton Castle, The Beehive Inn features a restaurant and free WiFi. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free private parking is available on site. Each room comes with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and DVD...
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A wildly beautiful rugged coastal area with over two and a half miles of uninterrupted golden sand which in high summer is idyllic for holiday makers, and attractive to surfers...
This historic small fishing town is part of the Heritage Coast of North East England. It is a place of historical interest and was the home of the most famous 18th century explorer and voyager; Captain James Cook. Whitby also has one of the finest examples of Anglo Saxon churches in England...
Runswick Bay lies at the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, the village is tucked between rising cliffs at the western end of a lovely sweep of sand...
A picturesque village near to Goathland..
The talk in the local pub is all of Robin Hood, did he pass through this bay whilst journeying to Whitby, or did he not?..
Sheep graze on the course grasses that surround the greystone houses of this straggling moorland village..
Spectacularly set along the North Yorkshire coastline is the pretty fishing village of Staithes, with only the Shetland Islands between it and the Artic, some thousand miles away.....
Whitby Abbey was founded in the seventh century on cliffs by the sea. Its remains can still be seen from the sea and are a.....
Historically this breathtakingly beautiful moors area was an industrial centre for ironstone mining during the 19th and early.....
Many will tell you they have never seen the Yorkshire Moors, yet often you can catch a glimpse of this magical area simply by.....
The Dalby Forest lies in the majestic northern uplands at the edge of North Yorkshire Moors National Park. It is mostly a.....
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Random England fact:
Sir Walter Scott (Scottish lawyer, poet and novelist) 1771-1832 built Abbotsford House, and started the trend for the "Baronial" style of Scottish Country Houses. The armoury includes Rob Roy's sword and gun together with many other arms and armour. There is a fine library with more than 9000 books. Other noteworthy artifacts to be seen at Abbotsford House include a pocket book of Flora MacDonald, Napoleon's cloak brooch and a lock of Bonnie Prince Charlie's hair.
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