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YO11 2EU Scarborough City center: 0.2 km
Dbl. from 46.00EUR
YO13 0AE Scarborough City center: 6.8 km
YO12 7HX Scarborough City center: 0.8 km
YO11 2ET Scarborough City center: 0.3 km
YO11 2HE Scarborough City center: 0.3 km
YO12 6AD Scarborough City center: 0 km
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YO15 3NP Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire City center: 16.3 km
Dbl. from 109.00EUR

Situated on the coast of North Yorkshire on the North Sea, Scarborough is a classic seaside resort. The town is surrounded by striking, steep, rocky cliffs which are also home to the ruins of Scarborough Castle, a relic built in the 11th century. The coastline is separated into two glorious stretches of sandy beach. The North Bay is a traditionally quiet and tranquil area with beautiful botanical gardens, and The South Bay is an area popular with visitors due to its entertainment facilities. Book a hotel in Scarborough, the bustling coastal town, and you won't regret it.

What can I expect to find in Scarborough?

The unique nature of Scarborough is evident in the activities that take place in the town. In the North Bay, a mock maritime battle is re-enacted with model boats and fireworks each Summer. This area is also home to an open air theatre popular with travellers in the summer months. Here you can see a variety of plays, musicals and operas in the gorgeous surroundings of the beach. Linking both beaches is a long Victorian promenade perfect for sunset strolls.

Why should I choose Scarborough as my next business destination?

Scarborough is on the rise with regards to its economy. The primary economy here is tourism, shortly followed by fishing while the town has recently been put on the map for its innovation in the digital economy. With this rise, many of Scarborough's luxury hotels provide beautiful waterside views from their well equipped conference rooms.

What can I discover when I book a hotel in Scarborough?

No matter what your tastes, a hotel in Scarborough has something for everyone. For a historical insight into Scarborough's history as a seaside town, head to the Scarborough Fair Collection, a museum housing a range of artefacts ranging from vintage cars, steam engines and antique fairground rides. Whether you wish to view some of the world's most beautiful old cars or even have a ride on a 20th century carousel, this attraction promises an interesting day out. For something more relaxing, take a trip to the town's celebrated theatre The Stephen Joseph Theatre. With renowned playwright Alan Ayckbourn currently the resident Artistic Director, an evening in this theatre will provide a thrilling cultural experience.