Saturday, April 23, 2005

The George Hotel, Whitby, North Yorkshire

By Whitby we mean the small but picturesque seaside town in North Yorkshire, England. Whitby is perhaps best known as the town whose churchyard inspired Bram Stoker to write… Dracula. But Whitby is also the hometown of the famous discoverer James Cook.

One of Whitby's main streets:


(courtesy of picturesofengland.com)

Nearby is the idyllic village of Robin Hoods Bay, which historically has nothing to with Robin Hood, apparently.

If you’re ever to visit Whitby, don’t forget to call in at
The George Hotel, near Whitby’s railway station for drinks, a meal or a bed for the night.

No, we're not biased. Just because we designed their site...

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