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Lyness Guest House
145 Columbus Ravine
Scarborough
North Yorkshire

YO12 7QZ | View map

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The Lyness Guest House is a 3 star family run guest house set in a prime location, near Peasholm Park, the North Bay and the Town Centre with its’ Shops, Bars and Restaurants. A short walk down the Ravine brings you to the cliffs overlooking the North Bay and a walk to the Castle Headland and the Historic Church of St Mary’s with spectacular views of Scarborough and the surrounding area. Lyness is the ideal place to stay whether on holiday, a short break or on business.Clean fresh en-suite rooms with TV, courtesy trays and free Wi-Fi. Free parking. Traditional English breakfast is served daily from 08:30 and we also offer a range of alternatives for a lighter start to the day including fruit juice, various cereals (including things like Coco Pops, Frosties and Rice Crispies etc.), toast with jam or marmalade and even Marmite, or perhaps porridge, scrambled or poached egg on toast, plain or cheese omelette or how about pancakes with Golden Syrup! We also offer a selection of fruit and herb teas as well as good old English breakfast tea, fresh filter coffee and hot chocolate. Home cooked evening meals are also available on request. Free Wi-Fi for guests as well as a selection of children’s videos, parking permits and parking scheme discs.

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