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The Wharncliffe
26 Blenheim Terrace
North Yorkshire

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The Wharncliffe is situated overlooking the glorious North Bay with spectacular sea views. We are within easy walking distance of the town, harbour, and Scarborough castle, and just a few minutes from the bowls centre and cricket ground.

The Wharncliffe has twelve individually styled, comfortable, double en-suite rooms with the extra touches that you expect from Visit Britain four star guest accommodation. You can enjoy a great, freshly cooked breakfast in our spacious dining room, with plenty of variety for different tastes.

The Wharncliffe is the ideal location for a relaxing break for two.

We offer special rates for two people sharing a double room for stays of three or more nights during low season, please contact us to check availability.


Ratings/Awards: Visit Britain/AA 4 Stars
Roy Castle Gold Award (Smoke Free Air)
Number of Rooms: 12
Number Ensuite: 12

Price per Person

Double: From £29
Twin: From £29
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