Some of the finest views on The Yorkshire Coast.
Explore the Old Town with its many bars near the harbour.
Why Scarborough is still as popular as ever.
Clean safe beaches and stunning scenery.
Good pubs, bars and restaurants.
Entertainment for all the family.
Plenty of shops with independent retailers.
Parks and gardens.
All year around attractions and events.
Theatres and conference facilities.
Museums and history including Scarborough Castle.
All year round entertainment.
The Stephen Joseph Theatre home of the famous playwright Alan Ayckbourne. The Scarborough Spa and Europe’s largest open air theatre attracting famous artists.
The South Cliff Gardens, Italian Gardens and the Clock Cafe with its fabulous views over the bay is just five minutes away.
The Cleveland Way long distance footpath passes the South Cliff. Scarborough the ideal last night stop off before finishing your walk in Filey.
Olivers Mount which hosts the UKs only mainland motorcycle road races. High above the town with panoramic views towards the North Yorkshire Moors and looking over the Sea with views down the coast.
Scarborough has a great selection of restaurants with varied cuisine from good pub dining to award winning restaurants.
The town also has some of the best fish and chip restaurants.
Some of our favourites are the many good Italian restaurants with great food and hospitality. Tuscany Two pictured is just two minutes walk away.
Less than a ten minute drive to Forge Valley Woods and the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. With its hidden valleys and priories, windswept heather clad moorlands and fine country pubs. Here you will find Goathland AKA Aidensfield in Heartbeat and the North York’s Moors Steam Railway.
The scenery is stunning all along this coastline with smuggler coves and hidden beaches to explore.
Meet the seal pup patients in a specialist Seal Hospital. All found in our local waters especially in the stormy season.
Take a stroll through the incredible Ocean Tunnel and be mesmerised by the incredible beauty that lives within. A great place to visit.
A thriving high street with a good selection of shops,
The Brunswick indoor shopping centre has most of the well known shops and a Debenham’s department store.
Bar street has lots of independent shops with cafes and quality boutiques for something special.