Scarborough

The fine old seaside resort of Scarborough has more attractions than you can shake a bucket and spade at, some obvious like its beaches, promenade and cliffs, others like its Alan Ayckbourn previews at the Stephen Joseph Theatre less so... Read More

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Scarborough Events

February
Shrovetide Skipping
April
Scarborough Book Festival
July
Scarborough Lifeboat Fund Raising Weekend
August
Scarborough Cricket Festival
Scarborough Fair
September
Acoustic Gathering
Scarborough Jazz Festival
October
Northern Soul Weekender
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Raven Hall Hotel

Raven Hall Hotel

Raven Hall Hotel is dramatically situated in the North York Moors National Parkland and overlooking Robin Hoods Bay, with breathtaking panoramic cliff-top views. The Hotel facilities comprise of 52 en-suite bedrooms, conference and banqueting facilities ... More | visit website

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Fountains Court

Fountains Court
No ordinary hotel Fountains Court offers a quiet, unhurried stay in tranquil surroundings. No children, no nightclubbers. Patio spa and Zen Garden + Treatment Centre for pampering and therapeutic treatments. Only 10 minutes walk from ... More | Double Room: £40 | visit website
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Chatsworth Hotel

Chatsworth Hotel

Near both beach and town. Chatsworth Hotel is situated gloriously facing the sea. Easy FREE parking, LICENCED BAR & REST 21 comfortable, spotlessly clean rooms, all en-suite. Perfect for families, surrounded by all Scarboroughs attractions Great ... More | visit website

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East Ayton Lodge Country House

East Ayton Lodge Country House

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Standing in four acres of grounds in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, the lodge is ideally suited for a peaceful relaxing break.Situated minutes away from Scarborough and a spectacular ... More

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Wrea Head Hotel

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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Gresham Hotel

Gresham Hotel

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Located in a quiet part of Scarborough and close to many of the town's attractions, this guest accommodation offers a very comfortable and friendly family atmosphere. Close to the North Bay attractions, ... More

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Clifton Hotel

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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New Southlands Hotel

New Southlands Hotel

The New Southlands Hotel is a handsome, intimate property perfectly situated on Scarborough’s South Cliff. From the hotel, the Esplanade, Italian Rose Gardens and South Bay are easily accessible. Scarborough itself retains much of the ... More | visit website

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Crescent Hotel

Crescent Hotel

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The Crescent Hotel Scarborough offers the highest quality hotel accommodation and an award winning licenced restaurant Reflections.

The Crescent Hotel is a delightful three star hotel in a Grade II ... More | Double Room: From £98 (weekday)

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Lincoln Hotel

Lincoln Hotel

Our hotel is situated within the North Bay of the popular North Yorkshire seaside town of Scarborough. We are close to all North Bay amenities, as well as having easy access to the town centre ... More | visit website

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