Cheap Hotels in Scarborough
Built in a 'V' symbolising the reign of Queen Victoria, this seaside landmark was built in 1863 and stands proudly overlooking the picturesque South bay & Harbour. Beautifully designed, the hotel is rumoured to have a theme of time within the design of this stately building. It has 4 Towers for the Seasons, 12 Floors for the months of the year, 52 chimneys for the weeks and originally had 411 rooms for each day of the year.
Near Scarborough Cricket Club
Near Rotunda Museum
Located in Scarborough, 5 km from Peasholm Park, The Oakwheel provides accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a garden. Around 7 km from The Spa Scarborough, the property is also 5 km away from Scarborough Open Air Theatre and offers free WiFi. Attractions in the area include Scarborough Magistrates, 6 km away, or Stephen Joseph Theatre, set 6 km from the property. At the inn, every room is fitted with a desk, a flat-screen TV, a private bathroom, bed linen and towels. All units will provide guests with a wardrobe and a kettle. Guests at The Oakwheel can enjoy a continental breakfast. You can play darts at the accommodation. Scarborough Castle is 6 km from The Oakwheel, while Scarborough cricket club is 5 km away. The nearest airport is Durham Tees Valley Airport, 94 km from the inn.
Near Scarborough Spa
With views across South Bay, the royal hotel Scarborough enjoys an enviable central position only moments away from the spa town's most famous attractions.Known for its classic Regency architecture, it is the style of the royal hotel that draws guests as much as its location. The ornate atrium and staircase are a reminder of a more glamorous yesteryear and offer today's guests superb Instagram photography opportunities. Meanwhile, the modern-day spa centre includes almost everything a tired visitor might need to rejuvenate themselves before setting out to explore Scarborough. Hotel facilities include a sauna, massage therapist, jacuzzi and an indoor swimming pool. Alternatively, the art deco-style Theatre Bar and the Seaview restaurant provide enjoyable and scenic venues for drinks or a meal.The royal hotel Scarborough is an ideal location for guests thanks to its proximity to famous attractions such as Scarborough Castle and the sweeping sandy beaches. Paddleboarding, surfing and kayaking are only some of the activities for more active beachgoers to enjoy. The hotel is within an easy stroll of more leisurely pursuits, including various golf courses and pubs and restaurants to suit all tastes. It is also less than three miles from Sea Life Scarborough.For a sense of history it is hard to better a hotel that was designed in the shape of a "V" to commemorate Queen Victoria, and that Winston Churchill once reputedly claimed as his favourite hotel. It is a bonus that the hotel's facilities also cater so well to twenty-first century leisure and business visitors.
Set in Scarborough, 200 metres from Peasholm Park, Willow Dene features free WiFi access and free private parking. All rooms have a flat-screen TV. Some rooms include a seating area where you can relax. Each room is equipped with a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer. The Spa Scarborough is 1.6 km from Willow Dene, while Scarborough Open Air Theatre is 800 metres from the property. The nearest airport is Humberside Airport, 79 km from Willow Dene.
Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.
Situated in Scarborough, the family-run Almar hotel is just 2 minutes’ walk from Peasholm Park and 5 minutes from the sandy beach. It has a bar, free parking, and free Wi-Fi. Each room has a private en suite bathroom, and is furnished in a modern style. Guests can make use of a flat-screen TV in their room, and there are facilities for making tea and coffee. A full English breakfast is served in the bright and airy eating area each morning. The Almar’s bar has flexible opening hours for those who would like a late drink. Guests can enjoy a stroll along the promenade at Scarborough’s North Bay Beaches. The town’s rail station, town centre and main shopping areas can be reached in 10 minutes on foot.
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Hotels in Scarborough
Scarborough is one of England's most beloved seaside resorts, and became a sought-after holiday destination after the opening of the local railway network in the 19th century. The resort, whose residents are often referred to as 'Scarborians', overlooks two fantastic sandy beaches, and has existed for more than 1,000 years, long before the Norman Conquest.
Key points of interest in Scarborough
See the ruins of medieval Scarborough Castle, which was built in the early-12th century, although there is evidence to suggest that this sight had been inhabited in the Iron Age. You could also visit the popular Scarborough Spa, which organises numerous music events, exhibitions and special private functions, and is housed in an enchanting Victorian landmark. If you have the time, explore beautiful Peasholm Park, a former medieval manor estate that marked its centenary in 2012 and was designed in an elegant Oriental style.
Other attractions worth visiting in the town
If you're interested in getting more insight into the history of the Yorkshire Coast, you might want to spend some time in the Rotunda Museum, where you can witness many interesting archaeological artefacts dating back to the Jurassic period in one of Britain's oldest purpose-built exhibition venues. Another much-loved attraction in the town is the Scarborough Open Air Theatre, which originally opened in the 1930s and benefited from a multi-million pound refurbishment in the late 2000s, reopening in 2010 when Queen Elizabeth II visited Scarborough.
For affordable, elegantly presented Scarborough hotels, you can consider the Premier Inn Scarborough, the Mount Hotel, or the Manor Heath Hotel, or try the charming country themed Ox Pasture Hall Hotel. Other highly rated hotels in the town are the Bay New Southlands Hotel, the chic Weston Hotel, and the Hackness Grange Country House Hotel in Hackness.
Where to eat out in Scarborough
If you're a big fan of classic British dishes, choose the 1881 at Wrea Head Hall restaurant, or consider the CoGoni's Ristorante Italiano for some tantalising Italian cuisine. Other reputed restaurants include the American-themed East Coast Kitchen, the British-themed Bryherstones Inn, and the Mediterranean and Turkish-themed Az Restaurant.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Scarborough
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Scarborough?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Scarborough are The Cordelia, The Cavendish and Clifton Hotel Scarborough.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Scarborough?Grand Hotel Scarborough in Scarborough offers one night in a double room at the price of £39.
What are the best hotels in Scarborough near the center?The best hotels near the center of Scarborough are The Victoria Hotel, The Captain Guesthouse and Albemarle Hotel.
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