A traditional country inn offering guest accommodation in Whitby old town
Dates back to 16th Century
Tea and coffee making facilities
2 double bedrooms with en suite
1 family bedroom with en suite
1 single bedroom with en suite
The Black Horse Inn is one of Whitby’s oldest pubs and dates back to the 16th Century; it has also been a spirit warehouse, brothel and funeral parlour.
At The Black Horse Inn there are four en suite guest bedrooms all named after Captain Cook’s ships he used on his Voyages of Discovery, they all boast colour TV, wi-fi access and tea and coffee making facilities.
The Black Horse has a fine selection of wines, ciders and real ales, with 3 regular ales and 2 guest ales available. They also have an extensive Tapas menu and nasal snuff - a fine ground tobacco in a dozen different flavours.
This delightful inn is situated on Church Street in the bustling seaport of Whitby home to cobbled narrow streets and the famous Whitby Abbey and Whale Bone Arch.
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