Haglathe House, Henrietta Street, Whitby 
Situated at the heart of the historic East side of Whitby, Haglathe House is a delightful Grade II listed building which dates back to 1760. 
There's only a short walk to Tate Hill beach (where Dracula came ashore!), the pier and the 199 steps leading up to the impressive Whitby Abbey, cobbled streets leading to charming shops and pubs - not to mention the authentic Fortune Kipper Smoke House established in 1872 which is next door! 
" Haglathe House is a particularly beautiful house, on a particularly beautiful street in a particularly beautiful town." 
Set over 3 floors 
Beamed ceilings and wooden floors 
Claw and ball free-standing bath 
Original open fire range in living room 
Full central heating
Check out our calendar for availability and nightly price.  Stay for a minimum of 2 nights 
Fill out a booking form to request a quote for your preferred dates with no obligation
or phone 07484 144623 
Photos of the area close by and also shots from inside Haglathe house 
With reviews from on-line booking sites and from the guest book from the house 
Directions and maps showing the location of Haglathe House with Travel Links 
Pubs and restaurants, what's on, weather, webcams, Whitby on film and in the media 
The layout of the house with a breakdown of what's on each floor 
Some information on Bronze Age and 
Iron age finds and some Whitby History 
If you should spot any broken links or spelling mistakes on this site, we apologize and ask if you could kindly send an email to haglathe.house@gmail.com telling us about them.  Thanks.