|The Terrace Hotel Scarborough The Terrace Hotel, 69 Westborough, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 1TS|
"Situated between North and South Bays. Close to all Scarborough's many attractions and a short walk from the town centre. Private car park. Colour television in all rooms. Close to Stephen Joseph Theatre."
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|Situated between North and South Bays. Close to all Scarborough's many attractions and a short walk from the town centre. Private car park. Colour television in all rooms with Freeview. Close to Stephen Joseph Theatre. Free Wifi available.|
Arriving in Scarborough from any direction follow signs for the Railway Station which is situated in Westborough. We are approximately 200 yards away on the opposite side of the road.
|Sample breakfast menu|
Selection of cereals including Weetabix, Sugar Puffs, Kellogs Cornflakes/Rice Crispies/Frosties/Allbran/Muesli
Full English Breakfast
Fried egg, fried bread, grilled sausage, bacon, tomato, hash brown & baked beans
Scrambled egg on toast
Poached egg on toast
Toast and tea/coffee
All bedrooms are centrally heated, all with colour television with Freeview, tea/coffee making facilities
Bed & Breakfast from £22.00 Standard, £27.50 en-suite
Children 5-12 years inclusive 50% reduction when sharing a family room with 2 adults.
One night supplement 2.00 per person
|Probably the world's first seaside resort, Scarborough has attracted visitors for almost 400 years.|
Steeped in thousands of years of history and surrounded by beauty, Scarborough is the Queen of the Yorkshire Coast, offering something for everyone.
From its two splendid bays, separated by the mighty castle headland, the town is reached by Victorian Cliff Lifts. And with some of the finest formal gardens in Britain, exciting shopping centre, variety of nightlife and family fun, Scarborough ranks among the top resorts in Europe.
|Top quality internationally acclaimed theatre, themed museums, or even sporting attractions, Scarborough can cater for most tastes. Try the following ideas.|
The only Modern History theme museum of its type in the world; offers a unique insight into the sights, sounds and smells of the Second World War, located in a former P.O.W. camp.
The Alexandra Bowls Centre
Scarborough's indoor bowls Centre together with fine catering and bar facilities, is open to the general public every day of the week
On Scarborough's seafront, the Futurist offers top quality family entertainment, the latest cinema releases and shows.
The Stephen Joseph Theatre
World famous theatre in Scarborough's town centre. Housed in the renovated Odeon cinema complex, this theatre premieres all of Sir Alan Ayckbourn's plays.
Theatre and Entertainment
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