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Reads Hotel
111-113 Queens Parade
North Yorkshire

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The Read's Hotel is a family owned Licensed Hotel and is ideally situated on the North Side opposite Scarborough's famous County Cricket Club and has superb sea coastline and castle headland views.

There is a sea view lounge for you to relax in with your papers if you so desire. Our Bar also has amazing Sea Views and also a pool table.. We are within walking distance to the beach and within 10 minutes to the town centre. If you wish to explore further we have lots to offer. The Fishing town of Whitby is only 20 miles away .on the way there is Robin Hoods Bay. Or go the country way to the beautiful Thornton le Dale and Pickering town where you could travel back in time on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway steam train. There are coastal and country walks. The moors and forest drives. We also have the North and South cliff Golf clubs short distance away from the Hotel. And a 15 minutes drive is the P.G.A. Ganton Golf Club. There are plenty of fine dining Restaurants / Indian / Chinese / Thai / Italian/ Also Family Pubs and easy on the pocket eatery's.On a night there are pubs / clubs / and casinos.

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