Bed and breakfast in Staithes. Staithes is a small,
working, fishing village nestling on the North East coast about
11 miles north of Whitby. It was once
one of the largest fishing ports on the north east coast and
was an important source of the minerals Jet, Iron, Alum and Potash.
There is still a small number of fishing boats working from the
harbour, however Staithes' main source of income is from the
tourist trade. The old part of Staithes, and the older buildings
are located at the base of the cliff, with cobbled streets, pubs,
restaurants, cafes and shops. Parking is limited. At the top
of the hill the houses are more modern, where you can buy provisions
from the Co-op Supermarket. Also see Staithes
& Staithes attractions.
If you are in the right town but cannot find the accommodation
you want on this page, you might consider Staithes