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Cheap Hotels in Redcar

49 Newcomen Terrace
0.6 Miles from the centre
per night from £60
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3-5 Granville Terrace
0.1 Miles from the centre
per night from £75
(price for Tue, 26 Nov)

Edwardian Guest House Hotel

45 High Street West
0.7 Miles from the centre
per night from £80
(price for Tue, 26 Nov)

Esplanade Apartment Hotel

The Royal Esplanade, Graffenberg Street, Apartment 8
per night from £110
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Hotels in Redcar

A traditional seaside resort in North Yorkshire in the north-east of England, Redcar lies less than eight miles north-east of Middlesbrough, close to the North Sea. Redcar offers plenty of activities and sports, great restaurants and shops, and you'll find numerous quality Redcar hotels to suit your budget.

The seafront

The Redcar Beacon offers visitors the chance to enjoy 360o views of the seafront. At 80ft high with seven floors, to reach the top there are 132 steps and a lift for those who fancy a rest. It took an entire year to complete and boasts a two-storey café with open terraces and fantastic views.

No visit to the coast is complete without a trip to the beach, and as the Redcar and Cleveland coastline is one of the longest unbroken stretches of beach in the UK, at over eight miles long, this is especially true. Here, traditional seaside fun mixes easily with pleasant café culture and a great range of eateries to keep you going.

Water-based activities

There are plenty of other activities aside from sunbathing or playing on the beach, and the surf at Saltburn is some of the best found outside of Cornwall. A surf school offers lessons and board hire for the budding surfer throughout the summer months. Other popular watersports in the area include wind and kite surfing on Coatham beach, jet-ski hire from near the Granville Terrace slipway in Redcar, and sailing at Scaling Dam.

See the Redcar area from beneath the waves with diving lessons and equipment hire available at Denny's Diving. There are plenty of ship and boat wrecks on the seabed, just waiting to be explored.

Fishing is another popular pastime, offering varying conditions from flat sandy beaches to heavy rock gullies.

Walking and cycling

Walkers will love the Redcar area for its range of walks that can last either a whole day or just an hour or two. Walking and cycling are great ways to experience this beautiful area with its stunning views, and cyclists can utilise the same paths as walkers enjoy. Long-distance walkers might want to try the Cleveland Way National Trail, which goes across the top of the North York Moors National Park down to the Heritage Coast of Saltburn and Staithes, before finishing in Filey.

Food and drink

For good old traditional fish and chips, try Oliver's or Seabreeze in the town for some of the best. For the great British tradition of a good Sunday roast, pop into the Lobster Inn or Park Hotel for a delicious hot meal in a family-friendly environment.

Those with a sweet tooth should definitely visit Pacittos and sample a famous lemon-top ice cream. This signature cone originated in Redcar and consists of dairy ice cream in a cone, with a delicious tangy topping of lemon sorbet.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Redcar

Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Redcar?

One of the best hotels to stay in Redcar is Park Hotel.

What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Redcar?

Park Hotel in Redcar offers one night in a double room at the price of £75.

What are the best hotels in Redcar near the center?

Park Hotel is located in the central neighborhood of Redcar.

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