The Old Auction Rooms Lot 2 has been renovated to an extremely high standard with views of the Abbey and St Mary s Church.
The Old Auction Rooms were built in 1765 and was previously a theatre, it now comprises of 5 beautiful apartments. It is located in the centre of town and yet quiet and peaceful. Close to shops, bars and restaurants, cafes and quaint shops. Suitable for a romantic getaway, families or just a base to explore Whitby and the surrounding areas. The apartment is within walking distance to the leisure centre, swimming pool, Whitby Spa Pavilion Theatre and beaches. br / br / br / br / Whitby s history includes black jet jewellery, whaling and the whaling family of Scoresby, Captain James Cook, Dracula and Bram Stoker, Charles Dickens, St Hilda and Whitby Abbey. The North York Moors National Park offers everything for moors & coastal walkers, being on the edge of Whitby. br / br / br / br / Take advantage of the North Yorkshire Steam Railway which operates from Pickering into Whitby. You can stop off at Goathland (Aidensfield Heartbeat territory) & Grosmont to visit the engine sheds. You can slo dine in the carriages and they run events throughout the year. br / br / br / br / Whitby has wonderful sandy beaches with donkey rides, quaint shops for holiday gifts, fine bars, bistros, local pubs and many restaurants including the famous Magpie Cafe for not only fresh Whitby fish & chips but a wonderful selection of seafood dishes. . All this coupled with its annual themed events of Whitby Regatta, Whitby Folk week, Northern Soul Weekends, Whitby Gothic festivals, there is plenty for the family to do and for all ages. br / br / br / br / The pretty coastal villages of Robin Hoods Bay, Runswick Bay and Staithes are only a short drive away. The more adventurous may want to walk along the coastal paths.
The Old Auction Rooms Rooms
Whitby Pavilion - Road: From Whitby Pavilion heading towards the Whale Bones on the West Cliff take the first right onto West Terrace continue on onto Havelock Place continue on past Bothams the Bakers and take your second left after Bothams the Bakers and follow the road down and the Old Auction Rooms will be in front of you with your parking space Lot 2 on your left.