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Guest House


The Beacon, Goathland, Whitby, North Yorks, YO22 5AN
From £42.50 - £45.00 per person, per night
1 Twin, 1 Double, 1 Double/Twin, 1 Superking, 2 Family - All En-suite

Situated in the centre of 'Heartbeat' country, the Beacon has appeared in a number of episodes.

This late Victorian residence was built as a country house for a wealthy mill owner.

Standing adjacent to the church in its own pleasurable grounds of over an acre, overlooking fields and open moorland.

First class friendly atmosphere combined with excellent service.

Tastefully decorated en-suite bedrooms in the main house boast wonderful views of the moors, garden or Goathland common.

In the converted barn we are pleased to provide en-suite accommodation, one of which has wheelchair access. Comfortable TV lounge. Parking for guests in the private car park.

Most major credit and debit cards accepted. Set in an excellent location for walkers and cyclists. We look forward to welcoming you soon. Discounts are available for longer stays.

No smoking No Smoking
Disabled access Disabled Access
No pets No pets
Wifi Wifi
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“Third time of visiting to enjoy the Heartbeat experience. A few episodes of Heartbeat were actually filmed in this property. Carol is a lovely host and couldn't do more to make our stay enjoyable. Fantastic breakfast. Lovely lady and beautiful setting.”

“Peaceful surroundings, friendly hostess, Carol. A truly knowledgeable person able to advise on places to visit and access to those places essential if you use a wheelchair!! The room was ideal with plenty of space and a large wet room all level access. A ramp to the room is gentle and poses no problem. Off road parking with a dedicated disabled space right outside the annex where our room was situated making all the difference when equipment needs to be carried too and fro.”