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B and Bs in Scarborough

Tall Storeys
131 Longwestgate
Old Town

Scarborough
North Yorkshire

YO11 1RQ | View map

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Tall Storeys is a small boutique style hotel just 5minutes from the seafront and restaurants. It is situated in the charming Old Town area of Scarborough and has stunning views of the harbour, South Bay and castle from the rear of the property. The building is a listed Regency style townhouse with many preserved original features. The bedrooms are all individually and elegantly decorated and have been recently refurbished. All have either a four poster bed or a half tester bed. Beds have comfortable mattresses,100% fine quality cotton sheets, down duvets and Provencal bedspreads to ensure a blissful nights sleep. All rooms are en-suite with fluffy towels and quality complimentary toiletries. Beverage making facilities with china cups and saucers, hair driers,radio alarm clock are all standard. An iron and ironing board can be supplied on request. Tall Storeys is family run and a warm and friendly welcome and excellent service are guaranteed. Breakfast is a feast , plenty of fruit options and the hot dishes are freshly cooked and use local ingredients wherever possible.We are fully licenced and drinks may be taken in the bar or the colourful conservatory or the large walled garden.

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