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Ashcroft Hotel
10 Columbus Ravine
Scarborough
North Yorkshire

YO12 7QZ | View map
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A friendly family run guest house close to Scarborough's North Bay amenities. Offering a warm and friendly atmosphere where guests comfort and satisfaction are the highest priority. All rooms are en-suite, with a wide range of room types. We have our own on-site car park for guests use. The Ashcroft is a privately run bed & breakfast in Scarborough, which is open all year round. We guarantee a warm and friendly welcome with a high degree of service to make your stay as enjoyable and as relaxing as you could wish for. The Ashcroft is located in Scarborough's north bay near Peasholm Park, we are a short walk from all Scarborough's amenities, North and South Bay beaches, Scarborough cricket ground, and the Sea Life centre. Scarborough is home to the Stephen Joseph Theatre. Scarborough provides the active guests with stunning walks and scenery. Whether trecking along the Cleveland Way, exploring locations from TV's "Heartbeat" and 'The Royal', we are sure that you will find plenty to do. We have a range of double, twin and family rooms that are comfortable, spacious and serviced daily to a high standard. Please Note: We are 100% Non-smoking. Pets not permitted on the premises. Children welcome. No hen or stags groups. Check-in time: 12:00 Check-out time: 10:00

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