Melrose Guest House is situated in a prime West Cliff position close to the sea and all amenities. We are approximately 100 metres from Whitby’s main beach and 600 metres from the heart of Whitby, with its fishing harbour, many shops, pubs and restaurants.

Melrose Bed no Breakfast is also only a short distance from Whitby’s famous Pavilion and Theatre, along with Pannett Park’s Museum and Art Gallery. In addition the sports centre, with indoor swimming pool, is conveniently located just a few hundred yards away.

Whitby Abbey

Whitby Abbey is a ruined Benedictine abbey overlooking the North Sea on the East Cliff above Whitby in North Yorkshire, England. It was disestablished during the Dissolution of the Monasteries under the auspices of Henry VIII

St Mary's Church

The Church of Saint Mary is an Anglican parish church serving the town of Whitby in North Yorkshire England. It was founded around AD 1110, although its interior dates chiefly from the late 1700s

Whitby Museum

Whitby Museum is a private museum in Whitby, North Yorkshire, England, run by Whitby Literary and Philosophical Society, a learned society and registered charity, established in 1823.

Whitby Beach

No visit to Whitby is complete without a visit to the beautiful Whitby beach. Build a sand castle, ride a donkey or fish from the pier

Goth Weekend

Often abbreviated to WGW or simply referred to by attendees as Whitby, is a twice-yearly music festival for goths, in Whitby.

Museum of Victorian Science

A Journey of real science through 19th century physics.

Fallen Foss Tea Garden & Waterfall

A small but enchanting tea garden set in the grounds of Midge Hall at the top of the magnificent Falling Foss Waterfall in the heart of Sneaton Forest.

Whitby Harbour

Watch the fishings boats come and go, take a boat trip around the harbour and sample the world famous fish and chips!

RNLI Lifeboat museum

Lifeboats crewed by the people of Whitby have been helping those in trouble at sea since 1802.

Whitby Dracula Society Walk

Follow in the footsteps of Bram Stoker, join a guided walk around Victorian Whitby, and see how he gained inspiration for his classic horror novel Dracula!