Autumn Leaves Guest House is a modern bed and breakfast offering comfortable and friendly accommodation in Whitby, at reasonable prices.
The accommodation at Autumn Leaves is modern while retaining the original Victorian features of the house which was built in 1895, the two most striking being the oak panelled dining room with an open fire place and the original stunning wood staircase.
Although the house was built in 1895 by Mrs Alice Moffat, the land was originally purchased by Archdeacon Henry Walker in 1821. In later years it was owned by a sea captain and also became a vicarage.
Autumn Leaves Guest House is ideally located just a short walk from the town centre opposite Pannett Park and Whitby Museum. We are close to the bars, shops and restaurants of Flowergate and Skinner Street which is just a 2-3 minute stroll.
Autumn Leaves Guest House is only a 3 minute walk from the town centre.
We can offer secure parking for motorbikes, scooters and bikes if required.