Tucked away in a corner on the second floor, Whitby overlooks the quiet one-way street our inn is on. This cozy room features an antique high-back queen size bed, and has a private bathroom with a large shower, a ceiling fan, and air conditioning. The room gets its name from a fishing town in England that is the home to both the Bram Stoker story ‘Dracula’ and seafarer Captain James Cook who sailed to Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1758 prior to exploring Australia and New Zealand.
Winter: Thru May 26, 2016 – $85
Spring: May 27 – June 16 – $120
Summer: June 17 – September 5 – $135
Fall: September 6 – October 22 – $130
Winter begins again October 23, 2016.