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The Ellenby
95-97 Queens Parade
Scarborough
North Yorkshire

YO12 7HY | View map
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The Ellenby is a family run 4-star rated sea front Guest House with panoramic sea views overlooking the magnificent North Bay of Scarborough.Whilst rated under the ETC Guest Accommodation scheme and awarded 4 Stars for comfort and quality, our Guest House offers many of the services of a Hotel but also manages to retain the individual personal touch, in order to make your holiday in Scarborough more enjoyable.Our accommodation offers a high standard of cleanliness, comfort, home cooked food and a warm and friendly welcome. All our rooms are en-suite, many of which offer magnificent views of the East Coast and the Castle Headland. We also have premier rooms which offer that little bit more luxury.The Ellenbys excellent central location make it an ideal base from which to explore Scarborough. The sandy beach and coastline are close by as are Scarborough's other main attractions. These include Peasholme Park, Scarborough Cricket Ground and the Theatre. The town centre with its many shops, restaurants and pubs/bars is also not too far away.The Ellenby guarantees a warm friendly welcome and prides itself on the hospitatlity it provides.PLEASE NOTE: Check In is from 13:00 to 16:00 Please ring for Late Check In. Check Out is by 10:00. We are a non smoking establishment. Regrettably we cannot accept pets. We do not accept Single Sex Parties

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