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Cavendish Hotel
53 Esplanade Road
Scarborough
North Yorkshire

YO11 2AT | View map
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The Cavendish Hotel is a beautiful Victorian building situated on the popular South Cliff side of Scarborough,Britains first seaside resort. Easy walking distance from the town and beach. An ideal base from which to visit the Spa conference and show venue, Stephen Joseph Theatre,South Cliff Golf Club, Futurist Theatre, Hull University of Scarborough Campus, Oliver’s Mount, Sports Centre and Rotunda Museum. All rooms are spacious and tastefully decorated and benefit from en-suite facilites, hairdryers, clock radios colour digital tvs, and hospitality trays.

The present owners have been in residence since December 2011 and are both very experienced in the catering & hospitality industry and pride themselves in offering a warm & friendly environment for their guests. The Cavendish has a licensed bar and seasonal home cooked food is a speciality. We are inspected under the Visit Britain Accomodation Scheme.

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