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LEO61

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LEO61 says:

Whitby

Anyone know of a good B & B in the Whitby area, with secure overnight parking ?:biggrin:

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used2bfast

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used2bfast says:

Stayed

in Whitby a lot. Usually find one with a front garden where I can chain the bike up.

Try the local TI office/internet.

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LEO61

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LEO61 says:

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Cheers for that, I'll give it a go. :biggrin:

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shiver750sl

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shiver750sl says:

b and b whitby

we stayed at a farmhouse b and b called victoria s .we were in the car at the time  but bikes would be totaly safe as its about a mile down a track .very good double bed and realy good breakfast .would stay again 27quid 2year ago.they got web site

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LEO61

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LEO61 says:

Thanks

for the info. that sounds ideal. :biggrin:

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