Welcome to Melrose Guest House in Whitby. Carefully upgraded to the highest standards, our fine Edwardian home offers a contemporary range of bed and breakfast rooms perfect for relaxing breaks to the Yorkshire Coast. Enjoy wonderful sea-views over the Bay and easy access to the surrounding area including the North Yorkshire Moors, Robin Hoods Bay and Sandsend. For telephone enquiries, please contact us on the above number or 07984 785 632/ 07812 914 763.
Our guest rooms are presented as four spacious double rooms and one twin. One double room has a sofa seating area and all are well equipped with a modern ensuite offering endless hot water showers. Other amenities in our guest rooms include a flat screen TV, hair dryer, radio alarm and a tea/ coffee tray. Wi-Fi service is provided and each ensuite has white fluffy towels, complimentary toiletries and a heated towel rail. All beds are made out of solid oak and our double rooms are furnished with king size beds. All are made up with quality duvets, cotton sheets and pillow cases.
Our full cooked breakfast is locally sourced and comprises of a choice of eggs, bacon, mushrooms, sausages, tomatoes and black pudding. We can also provide lighter options such as a bacon sandwich, a choice of eggs on toast or beans on toast which are all served with freshly brewed coffee, quality teas, toast and preserves. A range of cereals, juices, fruit and natural yoghurt are also available. Breakfast is served in our contemporary dining room with sea-views between 8am and 9.30am. An earlier breakfast time may also be possible by arrangement. Special diets can be catered for.
Free parking is available for guest's use.
We are highly rated on TripAdvisor with over 250 'excellent' and 'good' reviews. We were also awarded a 2014 'Certificate of Excellence' award.
We are situated in a prime West Cliff location just 100 metres from Whitby's main beach and 600 metres from the harbour. Other attractions nearby include Pannett Park, the Pavilion Theatre and sports centre with swimming pool. You could also take a trip to the historic Whitby Abbey with the famous 199 steps or St Mary's Church.