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Mansion House
45 Esplanade
South Cliff

North Yorkshire

YO11 2AY | View map

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A very warm welcome to the "5 Star Silver Award Winning Mansion House". Built around the 1870s this beautifully restored regency building with luxury accommodation is superbly positioned on Scarboroughs South Cliff. The guest house possesses unrivalled panoramic sea-views and over-looks the famous Scarborough South Bay from the lovely Esplanade. We are located on the stunning East Coast of England in the County of North Yorkshire. Recently featured in ITVs series of the "The Royal" we are situated above the Spa and opposite the delightful Italian &20Rose Gardens and are within walkng distance of the town centre, beach and cliff-lift.

With courteous and very friendly staff and unrestricted free roadside parking the guest house possesses a subtle blend of the traditional and modern and plays host to many returning guests. All our rooms have recently modernised ensuite facilties, and also have digital flat screen tv's with dvd players, refreshment trays and hairdryers and some also have mini-bar fridges Wireless broadband is available to all hotel guests free of charge. Why not take advantage of our low season midweek special 3 nights for the price of 2 offers. We all look forward to welcoming you to the "Mansion House"

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