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Merchant Hotel
27-29 Eastborough
North Yorkshire

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Stylish, recently renovated hotel, in a quaint 16th century building on the oldest road in Scarborough. Merchants Row was once the main street and the location of the world famous Scarborough Fayre. All rooms en-suite and boast a TV/DVD, 300 thread count cotton bedding, tea/coffee making facilities and your choice of a wonderful sea or castle view. The hotel is situated in the centre of scarborough within minutes of the main shopping street, beaches and all of the towns attractions. The hotel is part of The Merchant Pub, Scarborough's only Irish Bar. Live Irish music every Tuesday Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Great Guinness, Great Craic and a warm Irish welcome awaits you. The hotel also has a wonderful guest lounge with stunning sea views. The main bar has a roaring open fire, where you can relax with a drink. We also have a hotel bar where you can host your private party, function or event.

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