Please note that for bookings made between Tuesday 20th August through until Sunday 1st September 2024, no breakfast will be available and this will be on a ‘ROOM ONLY’ basis. Our room rates for this period have been reduced to reflect this.

A warm Whitby welcome from Number Seven Guest House.

If you are looking for comfortable accommodation in Whitby and prefer to stay in a guest house with character, great views and its very own links to Bram Stoker’s ‘Dracula’ then Number Seven Guest House is the perfect choice.

Number Seven Guest House has nine bedrooms and is centrally situated in possibly one of the best positions on Whitby’s West Cliff, enjoying superb sea and Abbey views. The Guest House is only a few minutes walk from the Whalebone Arch, Beaches, The Pavilion, old town via the swing bridge and all the shopping facilities on Flowergate, Baxtergate and Skinner Street – not forgetting the famous Magpie Café on Pier Road.

Looking for friendly, comfortable accommodation in Whitby?

Here are six reasons to consider Number 7 for your next UK break.

En-Suite in every room

All rooms in our guest house benefit from en-suite facilities for your comfort.

Fantastic location

Located on the West Cliff, we’re just a 5 minute walk from the beach and all main attractions. There isn’t a better view in Whitby!

Excellent breakfast

There’s no better way to start the day than with a freshly cooked breakfast. We offer a variety of choices perfect for everyone.

Modern Accommodation

We take great pride in our guesthouse and cottage, both having being recently refurbished to a high, modern standard.

Competitive Prices

Fantastic accommodation doesn’t need to come at a high cost. Both our guest house and cottage represent very good value for money.

Links to Dracula

Our guest house was built in 1847 and is historically referred to as the house that was occupied by Count Dracula’s lawyer.

Where else but Whitby?

There truly is no where else quite like Whitby. With its stunning views, fascinating history and quirky traditions. It’s one of a kind.