Halls & Rooms for Hire
Whitby Museum - Normanby Room
Whitby Museum is a treasure trove of local history from fossils found in the Whitby area to Captain Cook and Scoresby. It's run by the Whitby Literary & Philosophical Society. For more information on booking the Normanby Room, please visit their website.
Whitby Coliseum Centre
The Coliseum Centre is part of Whitby Area Development Trust and is a registered charity serving the community of Whitby and its surrounding villages, by providing welfare services, opportunities for volunteering, education and training, culture, social and community building activities. Visit the Coliseum's website for more information on the rooms they have to offer.
Situated on the Cliffside overlooking Whitby Bay this unique venue offers a range of different spaces, catering for a host of events. Have a look on their website for more information on booking the Pavilion for your function.
Whitby Rifle Club
Well situated on Whitby's West Cliff, Whitby & District Rifle Club can be found just a few minutes stroll from the narrow streets and winding alleyways of this delightful, historic town. Located in Captain Cook country on Yorkshire's beautiful East Coast, close to the North Yorkshire Moors, the Whitby & District Rifle Club is an ideal venue for Christenings, Weddings, Parties, Funeral teas, Conferences, Seminars or any other special occasion. We can cater for most requirements and tailor all events to meet your personal requirements.
Whitby Rugby Club
Whitby Rugby Club are a non profit organisation, with all monies raised goes into improving facilities and providing all ages to be able to play Rugby. We aim to help the community with any function and offer a versitile clubhouse, ample parking, patio area and next to a play park.
Friendship Rowing Club
The club is open all year round and offers a gym, function room (available for booking), external seating area, magnificent harbour views, full public bar and beer garden.
The Met Lounge & Ballroom
Situated on the West Cliff in the iconic town of Whitby, The Met Lounge & Ballroom has arguably the best panoramic views over the sea and coastline, just 20 meters from the beach. When the sun is shining there is no better place to sit than the beer garden and watch the world go by and soak up the rays.
The Stables at Cross Butts
Once a traditional farmhouse dating back to the 17th Century (1691) with an original working range, flagstone floors and open beams the Stables restaurant is still every bit both traditional and rustic. The perfect place to dine, from fish and chips to fillet steak. Open daily serving breakfast, lunch and evening meals. A great range of hearty bar meals and a superb traditional Sunday roast!