£39 for a one-night Whitby seaside break for two, including a full English breakfast at Bagdale Hall Hotel & Lodge worth up to £90 – save up to 57% on an idyllic escape in this old Tudor manor house
The star of today’s kgbdeal, Bagdale Hall was built in Whitby back in 1516. Then, a few hundred years later Bram Stoker came to town. It was during his Whitby getaway that old Bram wrote his most famous novel, Dracula. The famous vampire is far more readily associated with Transylvania than the pretty seaside town of Whitby – that said, the savings on offer today should still be enough to get your pulse racing!
For today’s kgbdeal we’ve put together a one-night Whitby seaside break for two at Bagdale Hall Hotel & Lodge for just £39. The package includes bed and full English breakfast in this old Tudor manor house, which is within easy walking distance of the harbour and the stunning Abbey. All this would usually set you back up to £90, which means we’re delivering a discount of up to 57%. Now that’s what we call a fang-tastic saving!
agent b’s local attractions…
- Take a stroll around Whitby Abbey and enjoy the fabulous views
- Spend a day exploring Whitby’s beautiful beaches
- Feel the wind in your hair with a sailing experience in Whitby harbour
Find out more about the local attractions here>>
about Bagdale Hall Hotel & Lodge
Bagdale Hall is an atmospheric Tudor manor house situated in the heart of Whitby. Built in 1516, this pretty hall and lodge simply oozes history, whilst delivering a high level of service and comfort. Guests are bound to enjoy the hotel’s central Whitby location, which is within walking distance of the harbour, Abbey and many attractions that make this town such a popular tourist destination.