Official Tourist Board Website
Call us today! 01723 383636

Refine your search

Type of Venue

 

Location

 

Facilities

 

Or Venue Name

 
 

Restaurant:Albert's Eatery at W Hamond - Whitby Jet Museum

  • Discover Yorkshire Coast members logo
  • Welcome To Yorkshire Member

Restaurant

Businesses across the Yorkshire Coast are looking forward to welcoming you back.

Please check the individual website for reopening dates, opening times and booking details.

We recommend you follow current public health advice and maintain social distancing.

Details

Located in the unique surroundings of The Museum of Whitby Jet in the wonderfully restored Wesley Hall on Church Street, Albert's Eatery offers something rather different - the chance to dine while surrounded by beautiful jet jewelry, including the start of the show, the largest piece of Whitby Jet in the world - all 21ft of it?!

Whether you are wanting to enjoy a tea or coffee, light lunch or something more substantial off our specialty seafood menu, come and take the chance to dine with out spectacular gem.

Encased in a bespoke display cabinet, with seating running down each side, the world's ;largest piece of Whitby Jet is wonderfully lit with LED lighting providing diners the chance to really pick out the detail and layering of its composition. As conversation pieces go at a dinner table, it has to take some beating/.

Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Albert's Eatery is fully licensed and offers many seasonal and special event menu choices. We also cater for private functions and are available for private hire.

Opening details

Open 7 days a week from 9am daily.

Address

Wesley Hall,
Church Street,
Whitby,
North Yorkshire,
YO22 4DE

Location

Directions

See location of W Hamond - Whitby Jet Museum on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: NZ 900112  Lat: 54.48847 Long: -0.61201

Situated on the East side of Whitby only accessible by foot.
From the town centre cross the swing bridge and take the 2nd turning on left into the cobbled Church Street. Follow the street down and on the right hand you will find the museum within Wesley Hall.
Closest parking at other end of Church Street.