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The village of Cloughton is nicely located for accessing a pleasing variety of places to visit – Scarborough is a few miles south, Robin Hood’s Bay a little north, and the North York Moors beckon west of the settlement... Read More.

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Harmony Country Lodge

Harmony Country Lodge
A unique and octagonally designed, peaceful countryside retreat, close to Scarborough offering a warm welcome and bed and breakfast with a difference. Harmony is totally non smoking and situated in tranquil extensive grounds, surrounded by ... More | visit website

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The Oakwheel (1.21 miles)

The Oakwheel
The Oakwheel Inn is a traditional coaching inn situated in the village of Burniston located on the edge or the North Yorkshire Moors. The Oakwheel Inn is well placed just off the A171 between Whitby ... More | visit website

Honey Bee Cottage (2.04 miles)

Honey Bee Cottage

Staintondale is a delightful unspoilt village on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors, yet only half a mile from the coast. Midway between the fishing town of Whitby, with its famous Abbey, and the ... More

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Wrea Head Country Cottages (2.08 miles)

Wrea Head Country Cottages
National winners of the English Tourist Council's "England for Excellence" Award for Self-catering Holiday of the Year. Three times winner of the Yorkshire Tourist Board "White Rose Award" for the best Self-catering Holiday. These nine lovely ... More | visit website
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Scalby Lodge Farmhouse (2.19 miles)

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With some of the best views on the North Yorkshire Coast, Scalby Lodge Farmhouse is set on a stunning clifftop location, with beautiful sea views, whilst overlooking the historic and ... More

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Wrea Head Hotel (2.23 miles)

Wrea Head Hotel

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Built in 1881, this elegant Scarborough Hotel is set in acres of private grounds in the village of Scalby on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park.On arrival, ... More

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The Moorings (3.31 miles)

The Moorings
The Moorings Guesthouse isrecognised by The AA as 4* for cleanliness; food; service and hospitality. Situated in Scarborough's North Bay; near Peasholm Park. Conveniently situated for visiting Whitby and only 5 minutes walk from the ... More | visit website
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Manor Heath Hotel (3.53 miles)

Manor Heath Hotel

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The Manor Heath is a licensed, 100% non-smoking hotel situated in a peaceful location overlooking Peasholm Park and the sea. Close to the beach and all North Bay attractions, the hotel is ... More

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Ox Pasture Hall Country Hotel (3.56 miles)

Ox Pasture Hall Country Hotel

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Unique, chic and stylish, this country hotel set in 17 acres of its own landscaped gardens and grounds, is ideally located for Scarborough and the North York Moors National Park. The hotel ... More

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Clifton Hotel (3.72 miles)

Clifton Hotel

With inspirational sea views across the North Sea and Scarborough’s magnificent castle headland, it’s easy to see how First World War poet Wilfred Owen was inspired to write some of his most famous works at ... More | visit website

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Amrock Guest house (3.74 miles)

Amrock Guest house
Amrock Guest House is ideal for holidays, short breaks or business trips. We are acredited 4 star with Enjoy England. We offer quality accommodation at affordable prices, with a warm and friendly welcome to all ... More | visit website

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