Bagdale Hall is situated in the heart of Whitby. This atmospheric Tudor Manor House, which was built in 1516, offers guests the opportunity to relax in a historic house with a long and fascinating history whilst enjoying a high level of service and comfort.
Bagdale Hall is in three historical buildings
- Bagdale Hall – an old Tudor manor house dating back to 1516.
- No. 4 Bagdale – a Georgian town house built around 1790.
- Bagdale Lodge – a large detached Georgian house circa 1770.
Bagdale Hall and its annexes are in the centre of Whitby within easy walking distance of the harbour, the Abbey and the many attractions that make this town such a popular destination.
Bagdale Hall has ample on-site car parking.