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CONTENTS Miles of golden sand, spectacular cliffs teeming with wildlife, and a chain of towns and villages ranging from busy family resorts to fascinating historic fishing villages make the glorious Yorkshire coast a must-visit.

Whether you want great food and wine, intriguing history and heritage, dazzlling theatre, music and art, a lazy day at the beach, or all of the above, you’ll find them on this very special stretch of coastline.

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While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information detailed in this guide, East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Scarborough Borough Council cannot accept responsibilty for any errors and omissions nor any consequences arising from use of this guide. All information is correct at the time of going to press.

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Experience Whitby’s endless charm, and you’ll want to come back time and time again. Beautiful sandy beach, clifftop views, rock pools and nature trails are just some of the gems this traditional Edwardian seaside town has to offer. Britain’s first seaside resort has two fantastic bays and is brimming with things to see and do.

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Winding cobbled streets, brooding coastal cliffs and untouched harbours.

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For a traditional seaside trip of family fun and happy memories, it’s got to be Bridlington. Unspoilt moorland, ancient landmarks and picture-perfect villages. Check out this year’s varied programme of events and festivals.

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Coast Coasting along‌ Want to relax, or challenge yourself ? Take in art, culture and history, try an exciting new sport, or just laze on a beach with the sand between your toes? Whatever your ideal holiday, you’ll find it on the Yorkshire Coast.

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The Yorkshire coast has two distinct personalities – sweeping golden beaches in the south, and craggy cliffs studded with tumbledown fishing villages in the north – but both are just crying out to be explored…

WITHERNSEA

This traditional seaside resort is a family destination with a host of family friendly summer events to enjoy. If you climb the 144 steps to the top of Withernsea’s famous inland lighthouse – now a museum – you can take in breathtaking views of its long promenade and Blue Flag beach.

BRIDLINGTON

Gorgeous Great Bridlington is East Yorkshire’s favourite resort – elegant, awardwinning promenades, glorious beaches, an historic harbour and a fascinating and arty Old Town packed with galleries and antique shops. Add in a fantastic theatre presenting international acts, and a new leisure centre with an exciting pool and Splash Zone, gym, climbing wall and health suite, and you have the perfect resort.

WHITBY

Visitors flock to Whitby all year round for its Blue Flag beaches and myriad attractions, including the world-famous steam-powered North Yorkshire Moors Railway. The town is steeped in history: fishing, whaling, the jet industry, Captain Cook, the glorious Abbey. And let’s not forget its literary connections – Bram Stoker’s famous Dracula was inspired by the town, which now holds a twiceyearly Goth Festival that draws visitors from around the globe.

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Voted the location of one of the best 50 beaches in the world by readers of The Guardian in 2016, Runswick Bay is picturesque and photogenic, its red-roofed cottages clinging impossibly to the cliff above the bay. The golden beach is just made for nostalgic seaside trips – rock pooling, fossil hunting, sandcastle building and walking are favourite pastimes.

HORNSEA

If you’re looking for a relaxing break Hornsea is the ideal coastal hideaway, with its charming seafront, pretty town centre and peaceful nature reserve. Nestled between the North Sea and Hornsea Mere, the largest freshwater lake in England, the town has interesting local history, much of it explored in the award-winning museum, a Blue Flag beach with spectacular views across Bridlington Bay and attractions for the whole family to enjoy.

RAVENSCAR

One of the most intriguing places on the Yorkshire coast for those interested in history, the spectacular clifftop Ravenscar was once an important part of the British dyeing industry: the Peak alum works is now a National Trust site. Like many of the other towns and villages on this Jurassic coast, it’s a magnet for fossil hunters.

Once the perfect haven for smugglers – it’s believed to have been the busiest smuggling community on this coast in the 18th century – this historic fishing village is known worldwide for its steep main street leading visitors down through a tangle of alleyways and side streets packed with quirky shops, cafes and pubs to a family-friendly beach complete with rock pools.

FLAMBOROUGH

Flamborough’s famous white cliffs enclose a dramatic bay with caves and chalk arches – and for all you pharophiles (that’s lighthouse enthusiasts!), it has not one, but two – one active, and one dating to 1674, making it the oldest surviving complete lighthouse in England. The village is just a couple of miles from Bempton, one of the UK’s most famous RSPB reserves, which has the largest and most accessible mainland nesting colony of gannets, plus puffins, razorbills, guillemots and other seabirds.

SANDSEND

A charming village stretched along a sweep of fine beach, divided by a stream running into the sea, Sandsend is great for families, surfers and fossil hunters, or those looking for a nostalgic or romantic break. It has some great places to eat, from beach shacks serving crab sandwiches to fine food restaurants, a gallery, and a luxury hotel, with not just one, but two spas – one for dogs, and another for their owners!

SCARBOROUGH

Scarborough became known as probably the world’s first seaside resort as far back as the 1600s, when the Spa waters were discovered and the wealthy began to flock to the town to improve their health. The Queen of Watering Places works hard to keep its title – last year it opened Alpamare, a water park unlike any other in the UK, with a choice of pools including a dramatic outdoor infinity pool, dizzying slides, and a comforting wellness spa.

STAITHES

Let’s leave it to Staithes’ most famous ‘resident’ Old Jack – or rather the actor who plays him in Old Jack’s Boat, Bernard Cribbins – to sum up the village: “I’ve filmed in a lot of locations throughout my career, but there’s something about the sea air, the beauty and the friendliness in Staithes that makes it a special place to be.” A destination for geologists, fossil hunters and art-lovers, in the 19th century, it was home to a community of well-known artists. The Staithes Festival of Arts and Heritage, held each autumn, is a must-visit.

FILEY

Families love Filey. Its stretch of beautiful beach is so long – one of the longest in the UK – that it’s never crowded, however busy it is. Take a walk, paddle in the sea, build a sandcastle, or look out for migratory birds on the famous Filey Brigg – no wonder the locals claim that ‘Filey makes you smiley’! With its glorious sweep of soft, golden sand, Filey beach is one of the best in the country for families: the perfect place to take a walk, fly a kite, build a sandcastle, snooze in a deckchair, or maybe do a spot of birdwatching.


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Countryside The great outdoors The Yorkshire Coast is one of real contrasts, from the haunting landscapes of the southern end, to the dramatic and rugged cliffs of the north – and all within an easy day’s drive. Just inland, enjoy the rolling Wolds that so inspired David Hockney, or the spectacular woodlands and moorlands of the North York Moors National Park, which also boasts some spectacular coastal scenery within its boundaries.

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Watersports With a coastline stretching almost 100 miles from Saltburn-by-theSea in the north to Spurn Point in the south, and covering a dazzling variety of different landscapes, the Yorkshire Coast offers great opportunities for watersports.

Walks of Life It’s acknowledged to be one of the best forms of exercise out there: open to anyone, whatever their age, ability or fitness level, enjoyable, sustainable and cheap, and needing little or no specialist equipment. Our coastline offers endless opportunities for walking, whether you’re looking for a gentle stroll suitable for all the family (maybe barefoot on one of our beaches?), a wildlifewatching ramble, or a bit of more serious hiking. To find out more about walking on the Yorkshire Coast, please visit: DiscoverYorkshireCoast.com, northyorkmoors.org.uk/ walking and walkingtheriding. eastriding.gov.uk

TOP 6 WALKS Spurn Point Flamborough and Bempton Cliffs Yorkshire Wolds Way National Trail Cleveland Way National Trail/England Coast Path Cloughton and Hayburn Wyke Levisham Moor and the Hole of Horcum

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Fantastic waves make Saltburnby-the-Sea, Scarborough’s North and South Bay, Cayton Bay and Bridlington Bay excellent locations for surfing, windsurfing and kayaking. Many of the communities along the coast have their own sailing clubs and venues: whether you’re an experienced sailor or a complete beginner, you’ll find a warm welcome.

If freshwater sport is more your thing, head to windswept Scaling Dam in the North York Moors National Park; former gravel pits, now landscaped, Wykeham Lakes, near Scarborough; spectacular Hornsea Mere, Yorkshire’s largest freshwater lake; or Brandesburton’s gravel pits, with over 12 acres of inland water for power boaters, water skiers, wake boarders, and jet bikers. To read more on watersports in the area please visit DiscoverYorkshireCoast.com


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Cycling OFF-ROAD EXPLORING Whether you’re an experienced cyclist, or just looking for a fun and healthy day out with the family, the North York Moors National Park offers some of the UK’s best cycling – and all with spectacular views. Try the Moor to Sea Cycle Network, which connects Scarborough, Whitby, Dalby Forest, Pickering and Great Ayton in a stunning series of moorland, forest and coastal loops.

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ROAD BIKING We love our cycling in Yorkshire! We even have our own equivalent of the Tour de France, the Tour de Yorkshire - both Scarborough and Bridlington are host towns for the third time in April 2017.

Horse Riding Horse riding gives you a great vantage point for the lovely views this county is famous for – with the added advantage of keeping you fit at the same time. Check out our website for some of the many opportunities to explore the coast in style.

Bridlington marks the end of the Way of the Roses cycle route – a 170-mile trip starting on the West coast in Morecambe and travelling across country through some of the UK’s most beautiful landscapes. Or why not try a section of the Sustrans National Cycle Route 1? This mainly coastal route is signed between Hunmanby and Whitby via Scarborough. And if you prefer to go off-piste, there are many miles of unofficial routes on quiet roads through our lovely countryside, with plenty of welcoming tearooms and pubs when you need a break.

Glorious Dalby Forest is popular with cyclists of all abilities. Managed routes for less experienced riders include the Ellerburn Family Cycle Route and the Green and upgraded Blue routes, while more ambitious riders can tackle the Red and Black routes, or try out the extreme dirt jumps at the Pace Bike Park at Dixon’s Hollow.

TOP 6 ROUTES Way of the Roses The Scarborough to Whitby Cinder Track Moor To Sea Cycle Network Bridlington Promenade Rosedale Railway Ride Littlebeck and Hawsker Explorer

For more information, visit: • northyorkmoors.org.uk/cycling • wayoftheroses.info • bridlington.net/cyclingaround-bridlington • DiscoverYorkshireCoast.com

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Culture Feed your mind and soul on the Yorkshire coast… …with world-class theatre and art, great music, and a range of venues from the beachside pubs to internationally renowned theatres such as Bridlington’s historic Spa and ‘favourite little venue’, the Spotlight Theatre, Whitby’s clifftop Pavilion, Scarborough’s world-renowned Stephen Joseph Theatre, Open Air Theatre, and Spa. And while you’re here, try and catch one of our many festivals – if the month has a vowel in it, chances are there’ll be one somewhere on the coast.

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Architecture Whether your architectural tastes run to ancient ruins, medieval castles and abbeys, Elizabethan manor houses, Georgian and Victorian domesticity or Art Deco glamour, you’ll find something of interest in the towns and villages on the Yorkshire Coast. Not to be missed are the great ruins of Whitby Abbey, Scarborough Castle and Rievaulx Abbey, all conveniently with a couple of hours’ drive of each other. There are stately homes packed with treasures and unparalleled art collections, including Castle Howard, which took over 100 years to build, starting in 1699. Equally fascinating are the Elizabethan halls at Nunnington, Burton Agnes and Burton Constable, and the elegant Georgian Sledmere House and Sewerby Hall.

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Must See Stately Homes, Castles & Abbeys Ruined castles and abbeys, carefully preserved stately homes – we’ve some of the world’s best around here. Sewerby Hall, near Bridlington: beautiful Grade I listed Georgian house Whitby Abbey: a ruined Benedictine church in a spectacular clifftop location Scarborough Castle: a medieval royal fortress with panoramic views Rievaulx Abbey, near Helmsley: one of the most complete abbey ruins in England, with 18th-century landscape terraces above Sledmere House, near Driffield: glorious Georgian Wolds house with historic stables Burton Agnes Hall, near Driffield: an Elizabethan masterpiece described by one expert as ‘the perfect English house’ Burton Constable Hall, near Hull: fine collections including an extraordinary 18th century cabinet of curiosities Castle Howard, near Malton: one of the world’s best-known stately homes, with gorgeous grounds and spectacular fountains Nunnington Hall, near Helmsley: a charming manor house with organic garden and exciting exhibitions Wassand Hall, near Hornsea: a fine Regency house with walled gardens

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Galleries There’s a good reason why many of Britain’s greatest artists have been drawn to, and painted, the sea: we’re an island nation of seafarers, after all.

Other buildings of note include the circular Georgian Rotunda Museum in Scarborough, one of the world’s first purpose-built museums, and the town’s Stephen Joseph Theatre, a converted Art Deco Odeon; Whitby’s Captain Cook Memorial Museum, in the 17th century house on Grape Lane where the young Cook lodged as an apprentice; and Bridlington Priory, a Grade I listed church and one of the earliest Augustinian houses in England. If you prefer the everyday over the grand, visit any of our lovely fishing villages to see picturesque, tumbling cottages that once housed fishing communities – and in some cases, still do. Look out, too, for the famous Whitby ‘bottle’ windows, believed to be unique to the town.

In nearly every one of the lovely villages and towns strung along our coast, you’ll find at least one gallery of some sort, from large civic galleries with public collections to smaller, privately-owned galleries selling works by some of our fantastic resident artists. And there’s more at our regular arts festivals. The annual Staithes Festival of Arts & Heritage converts much of the village – cottages, shops and all – into tiny galleries just for the weekend, while last year’s Coastival in Scarborough saw a ‘pop-up’ gallery in a listed Victorian prison. For more information on galleries and art exhibitions, please visit DiscoverYorkshireCoast.com

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Live Music Pop, rock, folk, world, classical, jazz: there are so many choices when it comes to music, and we cater for them all on the Yorkshire Coast. Both Bridlington’s and Scarborough’s, Spa and Scarborough’s Open Air Theatre, play host to some of the biggest names in the world – last year alone, between them they hosted James Bay, Noel Gallagher, Bryan Adams, Wet Wet Wet, Kasabian, The Last Shadow Puppets and Madness. Our musical festivals are second to none – Scarborough’s Jazz Festival is regularly named as one of the country’s best, as are Whitby favourites Musicport and Folk Week. Look out, too, for more specialised events such as Bridlington’s Northern Soul Weekender and scooter rally, the lovely North York Moors Chamber Music Festival, and Filey Town Festival.

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Theatres We’ve plenty of theatres presenting a wide range of entertainments to keep you busy during your visit to the Yorkshire Coast. Top tickets at:

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Museums There are so many fascinating museums and exhibitions on the Yorkshire Coast, some general, others with specific themes: Filey Museum: housed in a 17th century fisherman’s cottage, a charming and eclectic collection looks at Filey’s fascinating history. The Bayle Museum, Bridlington: dedicated to the history of the town, the Bayle is housed in the Grade I listed former entrance to the Augustinian Priory. Captain Cook Memorial Museum, Whitby: located in the 17th century house on the harbourside where the young James Cook lodged as an apprentice.

Harbour Heritage Museum, Bridlington: a chance to get up close with fishing history, including the historic 1912 sailing coble ‘Three Brothers’. Hornsea Museum: almost the full range of the famous Hornsea Pottery and a brand new exhibition exploring the railway and fishing heritage of the town – complete with replica model railway. Maritime Heritage Centre, Scarborough: a treasure trove of local maritime history, including model boats, ganseys and fascinating archive photography. Eden Camp Modern History Theme Museum, Malton: life in World War II is recreated using sights, sounds, smells and moving figures in this uniquely atmospheric and multi-award-winning museum set in an original PoW camp.

Withernsea Lighthouse: one of only a handful of inland lighthouses, this town centre museum has local history displays and a memorial to 50s movie star Kay Kendall (Genevieve), who was born in the town. Rotunda Museum, Scarborough: a spectacular circular building built in 1829 to a design suggested by the ‘father of English geology’, William Smith; voted as one of the top 10 geo-sites by the Geological Society of London. Sewerby Hall Museum, Bridlington: regularly changing exhibitions, an important permanent collection of artefacts relating to aviatrix Amy Johnson, and selected pieces from the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Scarborough: the Art Deco Stephen Joseph theatre, which has a tradition of presenting new writing, including that of its former artistic director, world famous playwright Alan Ayckbourn; the Open Air Theatre, the largest of its type in Europe, hosting the best in music; the multi-venue Spa, right next to the sea, with shows, music, festivals and events. Whitby: the Pavilion, perched on the towering West Cliff, with a regular programme of shows, film and comedy – and venue for festivals such as the popular Musicport world music event. And, of course, there are dozens of tiny venues across the region, both professional and amateur, presenting the best in entertainment. Bridlington: The Spa, a glorious Edwardian theatre with a stunning red-and-gold interior, presenting shows, music and films year-round; The Spotlight Theatre, a small venue with shows, films and live streamings.

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Cuisine You’ll love our fabulous food and drink, both homegrown and from around the world. Afternoon tea on bone china, fish and chips in paper with sand between your toes, or fine dining in Michelin-starred surroundings: you’ll find them all and more on the Yorkshire Coast – and proper, no-nonsense portions!

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Family favourites to top class cuisine. There’s something to suit every palate across Yorkshire’s Heritage Coast, Wolds and the North York Moors.

EXPERIENCE FINE DINING

For the last few years, the county of Yorkshire has boasted no less than six Michelin-starred restaurants – that’s more than any other UK region outside London – and three of them are on our patch. James Mackenzie’s Pipe and Glass at South Dalton, near Bridlington, also took second place in the prestigious Top 50 Gastropubs in the UK list for 2016, while Andrew Pern’s Star at Harome and Tommy Banks’s Black Swan at Oldstead both nestle on the borders of the beautiful North York Moors National Park. But great food isn’t just found in restaurants with Michelin stars – there are so many fabulous fining dining experiences to be enjoyed at restaurants and hotels across our region.

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Yorkshire is famous as a county of tealovers, and we like it even better when it comes with cake. The North York Moors National Park was recently designated as the UK’s Capital of Cake, so there’s never been a better time to treat yourself. Go on – you know you want to…

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If you like a decent pint, there’s no shortage of craft and micro breweries in this part of the world, including Wold Top, the Whitby Brewery, the Scarborough Brewery and Great Yorkshire Brewery. There’s nothing like a day on the beach to make you ravenously hungry – and if you’re at the seaside, there’s no better way to satisfy that hunger than with a plateful, or cardboard trayful, of traditional fish and chips. The Yorkshire Coast’s fish and chip shops are officially among the best in the world – both Whitby’s Quayside and the town’s Magpie Café win regular awards and bring national food critics to the town. The Guardian’s travel writer raves about the Harbour View Café in Scarborough, while Bridlington’s Busy Bees has three awardwinning outlets.

HONEY, HONEY

Honey has amazing health benefits, and our coastal and moorland landscapes produce some of the best. Find out more at Scarborough’s unique Honey Farm: the bees are safely behind glass – but youngsters can still have fun trying on a beekeeper’s suit.

There are fabulous food markets and festivals year-round up and down the Yorkshire Coast – keep an eye on DiscoverYorkshireCoast.com for the latest news.

It will come as no surprise that the Yorkshire pudding hails originally from, well, Yorkshire. We just love a good Sunday roast with all the trimmings (especially those delicious, crispy, lightas-air, golden puddings). Visit one of the many welcoming pubs up and down the Yorkshire Coast if you’re fancying a trip out with a delicious roast (complete with Yorkshire puddings) as its highlight.

GLOBAL TASTES

Our Yorkshire produce and cooking is among the best to be found anywhere, but that doesn’t mean we don’t seek inspiration from elsewhere. Whether you want a more ‘traditional’ Italian, Indian or Chinese meal, or something a little more exotic, you’ll find it here. To find out more about our cuisine go to DiscoverYorkshireCoast.com


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Whitby Whitby is famous for many things: it’s a traditional seaside resort with Blue Flag beaches, and has some of the best fish and chips around. But there’s so much more to it…

Historians will enjoy finding out about its connections to Captain Cook and the role it played in the whaling and jet industries; steam fans can board the North Yorkshire Moors Railway at its northernmost station; and those with a literary bent can follow in the footsteps of Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA If ever a town was associated with a literary character, it’s Whitby and Count Dracula. Author Bram Stoker stayed in Whitby in the late 1800s, and was so inspired by its ruined abbey and clifftop church he created his most famous character. Dracula arrives in this country after his ship runs aground off Whitby, and runs up the famous 199 steps in the guise of a black dog. Visit the spine-chilling Dracula Experience, look out for one of the regular Dracula events run by English Heritage at Whitby’s dramatic abbey, or join a guided ‘In Search of Dracula’ Whitby Walk. 20

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WHITBY ABBEY CAPTAIN COOK MEMORIAL MUSEUM Captain James Cook lodged in a house on Whitby’s Grape Lane during his seaman’s apprenticeship. The house is now a fascinating museum dedicated to Captain James Cook and is packed with intriguing artefacts which attract visitors from all corners of the world. IT’S QUICKER BY RAIL… A train journey over the magnificent North York Moors is an experience to remember – hop aboard the Esk Valley line, or the steam-powered North Yorkshire Moors Railway at Whitby station. KIPPERED Near the foot of the 199 steps leading to Whitby Abbey, you’ll find a true Whitby institution: Fortune’s Smokehouse, established in 1872. You’ll struggle to find more delicious kippers! WHITBY WALKS Explore winding streets and the famous hidden yards guided by one of Whitby Walks’ costumed ‘storywalkers’. JET SET Whitby is synonymous with this beautiful glossy-black gem. There are many jet shops: Church Street is home to the famous and historic W. Hamond, while the Whitby Jet Heritage Centre has the last remaining authentic Victorian jet workshop.

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WEST CLIFF ATTRACTIONS The younger members of the family will love the West Cliff with its paddling pool, skateboard park, bumper boats, trampolines and crazy golf. Also perched on the clifftop are Whitby Leisure Centre, with its sporting facilities; the Pavilion theatre, with year-round entertainment, and, of course, the famous whalebone arch.

PANNETT ART GALLERY Located within Pannett Park, this Art Gallery was gifted to the townsfolk of Whitby by Alderman Pannett. It houses two permanent collections and changing exhibitions.

WHITBY MUSEUM The Whitby Museum is a must visit for all the family. An absolute treasure trove of natural and manmade exhibits , with something new and intriguing to spot each time you visit.

Founded by St Hilda in the 7th century AD, the majestic Benedictine Whitby Abbey inspired many writers from Caedmon, the earliest known English poet, Bram Stoker, creator of Dracula, and Michel Faber, whose murder mystery The Hundred and Ninety-Nine Steps is set in and around the Abbey. In the care of English Heritage, the Abbey’s imaginative visitor centre is behind the classical frontage of a mansion house which once belonged to the Cholmley family, and worth a visit in its own right.

FESTIVALS Whitby’s famous Goth festival takes place each spring and autumn; the Bram Stoker International Film Festival happens, usually, the week before the autumn event. Whitby Folk Week is one of the major folk events in the country, and Musicport is the UK’s biggest indoor world music festival – both attract big name acts. If you prefer the great outdoors, there are sea angling festivals throughout the year.

SHOPPING Dozens of independent shops throng Whitby’s streets: you’ll find art, fashion, books and antiques. And there are plenty of shops selling jewellery made with the gemstone for which Whitby is world famous, jet, which lends itself beautifully to both antique and contemporary styling.

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SETTING SAIL The best way to explore Whitby’s rich maritime history has to be by actually getting out on the water. Take a trip on board the Bark Endeavour, a 40%-sized replica of Captain Cook’s ship built by local craftsmen. Join a whale-watching trip – species spotted over the last few years have included minke, fin, sei, northern and humpbacks, as well as seals, dolphins and porpoises. Or enjoy a pleasure trip aboard the venerable former Whitby lifeboat the Mary Ann Hepworth – dating from the ‘30s, she was one of the RNLI’s longest-serving boats.

WHITBY PAVILION Perched precariously on the West Cliff, Whitby’s Pavilion offers year-round entertainment from regular tea dances through cinema to some of the biggest names in music and theatre.

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Filey Filey is the perfect place for those who enjoy a gentler pace of life – a little off the beaten track, and all the better for it! It’s the perfect place to take a walk, fly a kite, build a sandcastle, snooze in a deckchair, or maybe do a spot of birdwatching on the famous Brigg. Filey Beach

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BAY WATERSPORTS Enjoy thrills and spills along the coast with Filey’s Bay Watersports, specialists in kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, dinghy sailing, raft-building and team events and the adrenaline-fuelled and uniquely exhilarating sport of coasteering – exploring the rocky coastline by climbing, jumping and swimming. FILEY MUSEUM Now a single building, once a former fisherman’s cottage and a farm cottage, the lovely whitewashed Filey Museum dates from 1696 and charts the history and development of the town from a fishing and farming community to its later development as a seaside resort. EVRON CENTRE Filey’s main arts venue, the Evron Centre regularly hosts music, movies, exhibitions, food fairs, the Filey Folk Festival, and more. FILEY DAMS A must-visit for the wildlife lover, Filey Dams Nature Reserve is a freshwater marsh that’s brilliant for birdwatching. It’s also home to all three species of British newt, including the great crested in nationally important numbers. FILEY GOLF CLUB With an 18-hole, 70-par course, and a recently added nine-hole short course, Filey Golf Club is considered by many to be one of the finest on the coast. It may be nearly 120 years old, but it has the best of modern facilities and, of course, spectacular views.

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EVERLASTING SANDS Filey’s glorious beach seems to go on forever: there’s always plenty of room for the little ones to let off some steam, and for the grown-ups to walk for miles uninterrupted. The Coble Landing has lots of kiosks selling seaside snacks and teas and coffees, essential before a walk along the spacious promenade, dotted with coastal-themed sculptures.

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FILEY BRIGG This narrow rock peninsula is a magnet for historians (five stones from a Roman signal station which once stood on it can now be seen in Filey’s Crescent Gardens), geologists, and birdwatchers – it’s a haven for waders and migrating birds.

The pride of Filey, including the award-winning Crescent Gardens with concerts on the bandstand, and the picturesque Glen Gardens with play park and boating lake. Glen Gardens

Above the Brigg on the clifftop is Filey Country Park, with play park, miniature golf, nature trail and glorious views.

NEARBY VILLAGES Don’t miss out on a trip to one of the charming villages in the lovely countryside around Filey – Hunmanby and Muston are particularly worth a visit.

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Britain’s first resort

Visitors have flocked to Scarborough for over 400 years now, and no wonder – there’s so much to do and see all year round. Whether you’re looking for a nostalgic family holiday, a cultural break, an action-packed sporting day out, or just a relaxing few days off, Scarborough has something for you.

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VISIT A RUINED CASTLE Breathtaking views of not one, but two sweeping bays, a ruined medieval Royal fortress, regular English Heritage events from medieval dressing up, crafts, dancing and sword fights to World War II re-enactments and, so they say, three ghosts. SEALIFE SANCTUARY From delicate seahorses to magnificent sharks, you’ll find your favourite sea creatures at SEA LIFE Scarborough. Get up close with playful penguins, examine an octopus or a jellyfish, all in conservation-friendly surroundings cared for by experienced marine biologists.

SURF’S UP All year round, check out the seas off Scarborough, and chances are you’ll see a surfer out there – the town offers some of the best surfing on the East coast. Grab your board and wetsuit, and join in the fun in the South or the North Bay or, just south of the town, Cayton Bay. There are surf schools and shops at all three, so whether you’re an old hand or an absolute beginner, you’ll be well catered for.

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NORTH BAY ATTRACTIONS

This multi-million pound water experience, which opened last summer, brings fun, adventure, exhilaration and relaxation to the Yorkshire Coast.

A little quieter than the glittering South Bay, there’s still fun for all the family in Scarborough’s North Bay. Beautiful Peasholm Park, with its lovely Glen, which is home to a variety of rare trees, offers tranquil walks, boating, and music from the lake-centre bandstand – plus the absolutely unique and unmissable Naval Warfare events, featuring the smallest man-powered navy in the world. The 86-year-old North Bay railway, with its gleaming steam locomotives, is popular with all the family. Along the route, tackle the 12-hole Pirate Adventure Golf Land, experience high-level thrills at the SkyTrail Adventure bridge and beam course, or make friends with penguins, seals, otters, turtles and even sharks at Scarborough Sea Life Sanctuary.

Just a short walk from the North Bay, Alpamare has some of Europe’s best waterslides, a wave pool which erupts every 30 minutes with metre-high waves, a huge main pool, Splash and Play area, warm outdoor garden complete with whirlpools and bubble recliners, a stunning infinity pool with healing iodine water, plus, opening spring 2017, an Alpine-style wellness centre and spa – the perfect relaxation experience, whatever the weather outside.

Built in a natural amphitheatre, Scarborough’s Open Air Theatre played host to huge musicals in the 1930s. Refurbished, and re-opened by the Queen in 2010, it now stages concerts by some of music’s biggest names including over the last couple of years Elton John, Tom Jones, Jessie J, Elaine Paige, Noel Gallagher, Bryan Adams and James Bay. Don’t miss out: go to scarboroughopenairtheatre. com to find out what’s on during your visit.

OLIVER’S MOUNT The internationally famous Oliver’s Mount road race circuit has been described as a miniature TT by the seaside. Every year leading riders and drivers take part in the thrilling bike and auto races organised by Auto 66 Racing – over the years, motorbiking heroes Barry Sheene, Carl Fogarty and Guy Martin have competed there.

ENJOY WORLD-CLASS THEATRE The Stephen Joseph Theatre has a national and international reputation. It regularly premieres the work of one of the town’s most famous residents – playwright Alan Ayckbourn. SCARBOROUGH SPA Scarborough was the original spa town, and its Spa Conference and Entertainment Venue, built on the site of the original spa waters, is still a big part of the town’s social life. Open year-round, it offers excellent food at Farrer’s (named for Mrs Thomasin Farrer who discovered the spa waters in the 17th century) and a busy programme of music, theatre, comedy and more. ROTUNDA AND ART GALLERY The iconic circular Rotunda Museum of geology is one of the world’s earliest purpose-built museums, and worth a visit to see the building alone, with its spectacular domed ceiling and remarkable gallery. It’s run by Scarborough Museums Trust, which also takes care of the nearby Art Gallery – highlights include paintings by the Victorian artist Atkinson Grimshaw, whose moonlit scenes draw art lovers from around the world. Yorkshire Coast 2017

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Coastal Towns &Villages From the Victorian elegance of Saltburnby-the-Sea in the north to the haunting beauty of Spurn Head in the south, travel up or down the Yorkshire coast and you’ll find plenty of fascinating and historic towns and villages. They attract visitors year-round, but they’re more than just tourist honeypots – many are still working communities with vibrant and thriving economies, ranging from fishing to arts and crafts.

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Hornsea is packed with things to do for the whole family. With Blue Flag beaches and a wide promenade perfect for taking in the views across Bridlington Bay, it also has the largest freshwater lake in England, Hornsea Mere, where you can hire a rowing boat and watch the wildlife. Time your visit to Honeysuckle Farm right, and you’ll see new-born lambs and piglets and can feed the friendly animals. The pretty town centre offers independent shops and a local food market once a month, and Hornsea Freeport outlet village has the best bargains and Neptune’s Kingdom to keep the kids happy.

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Hornsea Museum is a treasure chest of artefacts and stories from the town’s rich and diverse past, including the rise and fall of the famous Pottery and an interactive model railway replica of Hornsea Station. Ravenscar

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STAITHES

Ravenscar and history go hand in hand: its dramatic clifftop location made it the perfect place for the Romans to site one of the many signal stations along this part of the Yorkshire coast.

Staithes is synonymous with art: the Staithes Group was active in the village in the late 19th century, often portraying the local fishermen’s wives wearing the distinctive cotton unique to the town. Their legacy lives on: the Staithes Arts & Heritage Festival each autumn brings thousands of visitors to the village.

The magnificent Raven Hall Hotel, with its castellated battlements, was once owned by King George III’s physician; it’s believed that the monarch may have stayed there during his treatment for mental illness. Stretching down the cliffs, and now cared for by the National Trust, are the former alum works, once an important part of this country’s fabric dyeing industry. The Victorians had unfulfilled plans to turn Ravenscar, then known as Peak, into a holiday resort to rival Whitby and Scarborough – remnants of the ‘resort that never was’ remain. And – like the rest of this lovely Jurassic coast – the beach is a great place to go fossil-hunting.

Entertainment can be found at the Floral Hall and there’s a popular carnival and festivals in Hall Garth Park during the summer. Fans of water sports can bring their leisure boat, jet-ski or kayak to Hornsea Boat Launch.

For younger members of the family, Staithes means the popular Cbeebies series Old Jack’s Boat: pick up a leaflet in one of the local shops or cafes, and follow the sticker trail to help Old Jack mend his boat The Rainbow, encountering six of his friends along the way. And for a new view of the town, walk south along the newest stretch of the England Coast Path from Middlesbrough to Filey Brigg, which last year gave the public, access for the first time, to a headland with a spectacular vantage point overlooking Staithes.

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WITHERNSEA Spurn Point

RUNSWICK BAY

SPURN POINT

Runswick Bay is one of those North Yorkshire villages which seem impossibly picturesque, with red-roofed cottages clinging to the cliffs and overlooking the grey stone-walled harbour and jetty, and a crescent of golden sand just made for nostalgic seaside trips.

For a truly unique day out, visit haunting Spurn Point. Up to three miles of sand dunes sculpted by the North Sea can be explored on foot or, on selected weekends, on a 4x4 ‘Spurn Safari’.

And like so many of the villages on this part of the coast, it’s long been a haven for artists, with the nearby Staithes Arts Group spilling over into the village.

There are breathtaking ocean views from the top of the restored black-and-whitestriped Matthews Lighthouse, along with stories of Spurn’s vibrant cultural and natural history – it’s an important stoppingoff point for migrating birds and attracts rare visitors, which can be seen from the Point’s bird observatory.

The traditional seaside resort of Withernsea offers a Blue Flag beach of golden sand with its own rather regal castellated entrance, Pier Towers, on a mile-long promenade and a rare inland lighthouse situated in the town centre. This family-friendly town offers a host of summer events including an International Pirate Festival, a Bike Fest, a grand Steam Rally parade and the week-long Withernsea Carnival. And for a day out with a real difference, take a tour of RAF Holmpton, a former Cold War era nuclear bunker just three miles outside the town.

SANDSEND Family favourite Sandsend has a lovely beach, divided by a stream running into the sea, home to some friendly ducks.

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Stop at one of the beachside cafes and restaurants for a crab sandwich and a mug of tea, enhanced by uninterrupted views of Whitby Abbey; enjoy fine dining at several local restaurants, or enjoy real luxury at the gorgeous Raithwaite Estate, with its boutique hotel, six-bedroom house, and stone cottages – and two spas, one for you, and one for your four-legged friend!


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ROBIN HOOD’S BAY It’s probably one of the mostphotographed locations in the world: no trip to this part of the world is complete without a visit to Bay, as the locals know it. Make sure you have plenty of energy – that steep street snaking down from the clifftop to the beach at the bottom, and lined with lovely cottages, shops and cafes, seems even steeper on the way back up! New for 2017 is the mosaic on the parapet wall overlooking the sea, believed to be one of the longest in the country and depicting a timeline of events in Bay from the Jurassic period to the present day, including fossils, smuggling, shipwrecks, storms, fishing and wildlife. Robin Hood’s Bay is the eastern end of Alfred Wainwright’s famous 190-mile Coast to Coast Walk, and is also a popular stopping-off point for those walking the Cleveland Way. And if you’re on the coast over the winter, the festive Victorian Christmas Weekend in early December is always worth a visit.

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Great Bridlington the heart of the Yorkshire coast

There’s something for everyone in Bridlington, whether you want a leisurely beach break, a busy weekend of arts and culture, a spot of wildlife watching, or the latest in high tech sporting fun‌ North Promenade Bridlington

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LIFE’S A BEACH Two award-winning beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see is just one of the things that makes Bridlington the perfect resort for all the family. Enjoy the good, clean fun of a traditional seaside holiday: make sandcastles, paddle, tuck into fish and chips or ice cream – and all in the freshest of fresh air! PIGS, PARROTS AND ROSES With a stunning Georgian exterior, and recently refurbished Edwardian interior, the Grade I listed Sewerby Hall is home to glorious gardens, including a rose and a walled garden, a much-loved zoo featuring birds and mammals, and a nationally important exhibition about Amy Johnson, the first female pilot to fly solo from Britain to Australia.

LET US ENTERTAIN YOU Dance, comedy, drama and the top names in music: The Bridlington Spa, with stunning views across Bridlington Bay and a gorgeous mix of Edwardian and Art Deco architecture and décor, brings you the best in entertainment every year, all year.

SPLASHING FUN The brand new East Riding Leisure Bridlington offers the best in high tech fun and fitness. Swim, climb or cycle all under one roof – the centre offers a Splash Zone with two high speed slides and a fun area for younger children, plus the fabulous MyRide, which will allows you to follow the world’s greatest cycle tracks, from canyons to mountainside to urban streetscapes. HARBOUR LIGHTS Still one of the largest shellfish ports in the country, Bridlington’s huge harbour has a history stretching back to pre-Roman times – the lovely Harbour Heritage Museum has all the details. But the thriving port isn’t just about commerce; there’s room for fun, too – a trip round the bay on the famous Yorkshire Belle or the fabulous oak-framed pirate ship is a must.

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BRIDLINGTON OLD TOWN A visit to Bridlington’s Old Town is a holiday in its own right: its high street is one of the most complete Georgian streets in the country, with independent shops and galleries selling art, antiques, and jewellery, the Augustinian Priory, a must-visit for history buffs, and the Bayle Museum, housed in the Priory’s former entrance and dedicated to the history of the town. The Old Town hosts various festivals, too, including the intriguing Secret Gardens open day, giving you a peep into gardens usually hidden from view, and the 1940s festival, inspired by the filming of the recent smash hit British movie Dad’s Army in the High Street and elsewhere in the region.

Let’s face it, in a British summer, if there’s one thing guaranteed, it’s the odd rainy day. But don’t let that spoil your holiday – there’s plenty to do indoors. Take a dip at the new £25m East Riding Leisure Bridlington; get up close and personal with our feathered and furry friends at Bridlington Birds of Prey and Animal Park; pick up a sweet treat at John Bull World of Rock; get some retail therapy at the Promenades Shopping Centre, or take in a film or some ten-pin bowling in the Forum Centre.

WILDLIFE GALORE It has to be one of nature’s greatest spectacles – in spring and early summer, an estimated 200,000 seabirds, including adorable puffins, guillemots, razorbills and majestic gannets throng the towering chalk cliffs at Bempton. The RSPB reserve there has a recently upgraded visitor centre, and runs all sorts of events from Puffin Patrols to workshops with award-winning photographers. It’s one of the highlights of the Yorkshire Nature Triangle: yorkshirenaturetriangle.org.uk

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North York Moors DALBY, THE GREAT YORKSHIRE FOREST The freedom of the forest – Dalby Forest is an 8,600-acre expanse of woodland packed with world-class mountain bike trails, walking routes to suit all abilities, and fantastic activities for all the family.

It’s a special place, forged by nature and shaped over generations – the vibrant landscape of the North York Moors National Park is rich in history, heritage and wildlife. Stretching from just above Scarborough in the south, to beyond Staithes in the north, and inland to Helmsley, Osmotherley and Kilburn, the national park includes some of the area’s best-loved villages, ancient landmarks, and unspoilt woodlands and heather-covered moorlands, the latter turning spectacularly purple in late summer and early autumn.

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If running is your thing, there are 3, 2, 1 km routes to get you started, or take you further. Or for the slower-paced, there are 11 different walking trails catering for all abilities. Prefer two wheels to two legs? Bring your bike, or hire one from the Dalby Bike Barn – the forest has a range of trails. There are adventurous play areas, Go Ape Tree Top Adventure and Tree Top Junior courses, Go Ape Forest Segway to take you off the beaten track on an allterrain forest Segway, Dalby Activity Centre, with outdoor activities and paintballing, events from weekly parkruns to duck races, plus the exciting Dry Stone Wall Maze project… phew! When all this excitement has worn you out, pay a visit to the Dalby Forest Café at the Visitor Centre, open seven days a week.


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CASTLE HOWARD Not to be missed – one of the world’s most famous stately homes, it’s been the location for many films and TV series, and has fabulous interiors, world-renowned collections, stunning architecture, glorious gardens and a high-energy adventure playground for the younger members of the family.

ROSEBERRY TOPPING Our very own mini Matterhorn: Roseberry Topping’s distinctive shape is the result of geological fault and a mining collapse a century ago. Climb the hill for stunning views of the National Park, and explore the nearby bluebell woods, heather moorland and Roseberry Common.

THE NORTH YORKSHIRE MOORS RAILWAY The world’s most popular heritage railway runs through 24 miles of stunning National Park landscape. Look out for regular themed special events, including the essential Santa Specials each Christmas.

INSPIRED BY... GALLERY This lovely, welcoming gallery at The Moors National Park Centre near Danby hosts regular exhibitions of art inspired by the landscapes, people and wildlife of the North York Moors.

BLAKEY RIDGE Perfect walking country with stunning views, Blakey Ridge connects two dales – Farndale, famous for its wild daffodils in the spring, and magnificent Rosedale, once a major centre of iron ore extraction. SUTTON BANK James Herriott considered the view from the top of Sutton Bank to be one of the finest in England. The best way to check it out is by bike – the National Park Centre there offers cycle hire, and has a mix of natural and man-made trails suitable for every level of experience.

RIEVAULX TERRACE AND ABBEY One of the country’s most impressive ruins set among tranquil countryside, Rievaulx Abbey is in the care of English Heritage, which has recently upgraded its museum into an elegant attraction featuring previously unseen artefacts. These include elaborate medieval stone carvings, chess pieces and gold coins telling the story of the rise and dramatic fall of the first Cistercian abbey in the North of England. High on the hillside up above the Abbey, and affording stunning views of it, is Rievaulx Terrace. One of Yorkshire’s finest 18thcentury landscape gardens, the Terrace has a ‘temple’ at each end, one Ionic, and originally meant as a banqueting house – the table in it is still laid for dinner. Opposite it, the domed Tuscan temple has a floor which came from the choir of the Abbey. The Terrace hosts regular art exhibitions.

LEVISHAM ESTATE (HOLE OF HORCUM) One of the National Park’s favourite features, this remarkable natural amphitheatre is some 400 feet deep and more than half a mile across. Ancient stories tell us that it was formed when the giant Wade grabbed a handful of earth to throw at his wife when they argued. It’s part of the Levisham Estate, which also includes Levisham Moor, said to be the largest ancient monument on the Moors, with traces of human occupation dating back to the

Bronze and Iron Ages. The romantically ruined Skelton Tower, a former shooting lodge, allows stunning views of Newtondale – look out for locomotives from the North Yorkshire Moors Railway passing by. The Levisham Estate is Open Access Land, so you’re free to roam and appreciate the scenic grandeur and fascinating wildlife.

REACH FOR THE STARS Get starry-eyed with the dazzling dark sky panoramas of the National Park – it has three Dark Sky Discovery Sites, at Sutton Bank, Danby and the Dalby Observatories in Dalby Forest. They’re all Milky Way class, which means the galaxy is often visible to the naked eye. Hole of Horcum

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EXPLORE THE ESK

A clean and healthy river, the Esk features a number of salmon ‘leaps’, enabling spawning fish to head upstream. Explore it in your own canoe, or hire one from Ruswarp Pleasure Boats – they also have sit-on-top kayaks. Other Esk activities include beck scrambling, sailing, bushcraft, fossiling, hill walking, orienteering and mountain biking.

FLAMINGOLAND

White-knuckle rides, the UK’s most visited zoo, and animatronic dinosaurs –all of these, and so much more, can be found at Flamingoland, just outside the National Park boundary. With so much going on, a day just won’t be enough – Flamingoland has a welcoming resort village and leisure centre for overnight stays.

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Events & Festivals 2017 January 16th - 21st

Whitby’s Apollo Players – Jack and the Beanstalk, Whitby Pavilion

21st

Let’s Rock, Bridlington Spa

February 5th

Halfway to Paradise – The Billy Fury Story 20th Anniversary Tour, Scarborough Spa

4th Feb 5th March

Snowdrop Spectacular, Burton Agnes Hall and Gardens

4th - 5th

Whitby Steampunk Weekend, Whitby Pavilion

13th

The Circus of Horrors: Never-Ending Nightmare, Whitby Pavilion

18th - 19th

Coastival, Scarborough

18th - 26th

Dark Skies Festival, Across the North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales

24th - 26th

European Open Beach Championships, Sand Le Mere

March

6th

Wizard of Oz, Bridlington Spa

6th - 7th

Bridlington Kite Festival, Sewerby Fields

12th - 14th

Ironstone Line Dancing Weekend, Whitby Pavilion

14th

Classic Car Rally, Burton Agnes Hall and Gardens

18th

Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra, Scarborough Spa

24th

The Beach Boys, Open Air Theatre, Scarborough

27th

The Rod Stewart Songbook, Bridlington Spa

27th - 28th

Malton Food Lovers Festival, Malton

27th - 29th

WalkFest 2017, North York Moors National Park

27th May 4th June

Filey Festival of Music, Filey

June June

Puffin and Gannet Cruises, Bridlington Harbour

1st

Simon & Garfunkel: Through the Years, Whitby Pavilion

2nd

Cinderella: Vienna Festival Ballet, Whitby Pavilion

3rd

Fairport Convention, Whitby Pavilion

2nd

Johnny Cash Roadshow, Bridlington Spa

4th - 5th

Orchid Festival, Burton Agnes Hall and Gardens

3rd - 4th

Elvis Has Returned, Bridlington Spa

8th - 14th

National Student Drama Festival, Scarborough

3rd - 25th

Robert Fuller Art Exhibition

10th

G4 - Live in Concert, Scarborough Spa

9th - 10th

Tidal Waves Beach Festival, Bridlington Southcliff Beach

17th

Ross Noble, Scarborough Spa

9th - 11th

Robin Hood’s Bay Folk Weekend, Robin Hood’s Bay

18th

Johnny Cash Roadshow, Scarborough Spa

9th - 11th

Whitby 60s Music Festival, Whitby Pavilion

24th - 26th

Top Secret Blues Festival, Ocean Room, Scarborough Spa

10th - 11th

1940's Weekend, Pickering

25th March - 2nd April

Special Guest Steam Locomotive Week, North Yorkshire Moors Railway

10th - 11th

Eat Yorkshire Food Festival, Filey

27th March - 5th Nov

From Kamchatka to Krakatoa, the Cook Voyages in Asia, Captain Cook Museum, Whitby

10th - 11th

Filey Food Festival, Evron Centre, Filey

11th

1940s Summer Festival, Bridlington Old Town

11th

The Bob Dylan Story, Scarborough Spa

11th - 17th

Scalby Fair, Scarborough (Fair Day is on the 17th June)

April 1st April 20th July

Puffin Patrols, RSPB Bempton Cliffs

5th

Count Arthur Strong: the Sound of Mucus, Whitby Pavilion

8th - 9th

Sci-Fi Scarborough, The Scarborough Spa

9th - 23rd

Easter Activities, Sewerby Hall and Gardens

13th

A Beautiful Noise (Neil Diamond), Bridlington Spa

14th

The Three Little Pigs, Bridlington Spa

15th

Showaddywaddy, Whitby Pavilion

15th

The Sensational Sixties Show, Bridlington Spa

16th - 17th

Easter Egg Hunt, Burton Agnes Hall and Gardens

18th

Cinderella, Bridlington Spa

19th - 20th

The Wind in the Willows, Bridlington Spa

22d - 23rd

Bob Smith Spring Cup Road Races, Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough

26th April 1st May

Scarborough Book Festival, various locations in Scarborough

21st - 23rd 28th - 30th

15th June The Rise and Fall of Little Voice by Jim Cartwright, 19th August Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough 17th

Great Yorkshire Bike Ride, Various locations

23rd - 25th

Northern Soul Weekender, Bridlington Spa

24th

Armed Forces Day, Scarborough & Whitby

24th - 25th

Cock O’ the North Continental Road Races, Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough

24th - 25th

Magnificent Secret Gardens of Old Town Bridlington, Bridlington Old Town

24th June 2nd July

Festival of Filey, Filey

29th

Cliff Richard, Open Air Theatre, Scarborough

30th June 2nd July

Jazz and Blues Festival, Burton Agnes Hall and Gardens

July July

Bridlington Seafood Festival, Bridlington Harbour

Whitby Spring Goth Weekend, Whitby

July

Royal Yorkshire Yacht Club Regatta, Bridlington

Tour de Yorkshire, Scarborough & Bridlington

July

Puffin and Gannet Cruises, Bridlington Harbour

28th - 30th

Filey Folk Festival, Filey

29th - 30th

Festival of Speed (Car & Motorcycle Speed Hill Climb), Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough

1st July 10th Sept

Beside the Seaside Exhibition, Sewerby Hall and Gardens

1st - 2nd

Coble Festival, Bridlington Harbour

30th

Chas and Dave The Full Story Live, Bridlington Spa

1st - 2nd

UK Windsurfing Championships, Bridlington North Beach

30th April - 5th May

Scarborough Bowls Festival, Scarborough

7th

Jimmy Carr, Bridlington Spa

7th - 9th

Northern Soul Weekender, Whitby Pavilion

7th - 9th

Staxtonbury Music Festival, Staxton

8th

The ELO Experience, Bridlington Spa

May May

Puffin and Gannet Cruises, Bridlington Harbour

1st - 6th

Bridlington Golf Festival, Bridlington Golf Club

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Blessing of the Boats, Whitby

27th

A Beautiful Noise: Neil Diamond Tribute, Scarborough Spa

9th

Olly Murs, Open Air Theatre, Scarborough

TBC

Scarborough Festival of Cycling, Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough

13th July 5th Oct

Taking Steps by Alan Ayckbourn, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

September

14th - 30th

Ryedale Festival, Various locations

1st

Rock n Roll Paradise, Bridlington Spa

15th - 16th

Filey Regatta, Filey

1st - 3rd

P1 Yorkshire Grand Prix of the Sea, Scarborough

19th

Driffield Show, Driffield Showground

2nd

Roy Chubby Brown, Bridlington Spa

20th

Pasadena Roof Orchestra, Bridlington Spa

3rd - 8th

Scarborough Open Golf Week, Scarborough

21st

Magic of the Beatles, Bridlington Spa

8th - 10th

Line Dance Festival Weekend, Bridlington Spa

21st - 23rd

Seafest Scarborough, Scarborough

9th

Goldwing Light Parade, Scarborough

21st - 23rd

Hornsea Carnival, Hornsea

9th

Roy Chubby Brown, Whitby Pavilion

22nd

Magic of Motown, Scarborough Spa

9th - 10th

Staithes Festival of Arts and Heritage, Staithes

22nd

Whitney Queen of the Night, Bridlington Spa

9th - 17th

Yorkshire Wolds Walking and Outdoors Festival

22nd - 23rd

Barry Sheene International Race Festival, Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough

14th - 17th

ISDC Sequence Dance Festival, Bridlington Spa

15th - 16th

Motown Soul Weekender, Whitby Pavilion

22nd - 23rd

Sixties Weekend, North Yorkshire Moors Railway

15th - 17th

Northern Soul Weekender, Scarborough Spa

22nd - 23rd

Steam Weekend, Withernsea

15th - 17th

Whitby Pirate Festival, Whitby

22nd - 23rd

The Great Seaside Vintage Fair, Whitby Pavilion

22nd - 24th

Cornucopia Music Festival, Burton Constable

22nd - 23rd & 29th - 30th

Withernsea Carnival, Withernsea

22nd - 24th

Mad About the Musicals, Bridlington Spa

23rd

Family Fun Day @ ParkFest, The Moors Centre, Danby

22nd - 24th

Scarborough Jazz Festival, Scarborough Spa

23rd - 29th

Ryedale Jazz Festival, Pickering

22nd - 24th

Whitby 60s Spectacular, Whitby Pavilion

24th - 30th

National Parks Week, The Moors Centre, Danby

23rd - 24th

Steve Henshaw Gold Cup Motor Cycle Racing, Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough

26th July 1st Sept

Summer Activities, Sewerby Hall and Gardens

29th

Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison Show, Bridlington Spa

27th

Showaddywaddy, Bridlington Spa

29th Sept 1st Oct

Annual Steam Gala, North Yorkshire Moors Railway

29th

Soul Legends, Bridlington Spa

29th - 30th

Filey Lifeboat Weekend, Filey

29th - 30th

Whitby Lifeboat Station Flag Weekend, Whitby

29th July 6th August

Muston Scarecrow Festival

30th 30th

October 7th

Dark Skies, Sutton Bank Centre

7th - 8th

The October Seaside Vintage Fair, Whitby Pavilion

8th

Dirty Dusting, Scarborough Spa

Moorfest, part of Sutton Bank Sundays, Sutton Bank Centre

8th

Northern Bike Speed Hill Climb, Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough

Sewerby Gala, Sewerby Cricket Ground

13th - 15th

Oktoberfest at Alpamare, Scarborough

13th - 15th

Railway in Wartime, North Yorkshire Moors Railway

14th

Whitby Blues Festival, Whitby Pavilion

14th - 15th

Filey Food Festival, Evron Centre, Filey

16th - 21st

Our House (The Madness Musical), Bridlington Spa

August 4th

Abba Forever, Bridlington Spa

4th - 6th

Withernsea Music and Bike Festival, Withernsea Valley Gardens, Promenade and Memorial Gardens

4th - 6th

Whitby Steam Rally, Whitby

22nd

McCains 10k Race, Scarborough

5th

The Searchers, Bridlington Spa

27th - 28th

Scooter Rally, Bridlington Spa

6th

Bridlington Lions Summer Gala, Bridlington Cliff Top, Limekiln Lane

28th - 29th

Michaelmas Fair, Burton Agnes Hall and Gardens

6th, 13th & 20th

TBC

Bram Stoker International Film Festival, Whitby Pavilion

Sutton Bank Sundays, Sutton Bank Centre

TBC

Whitby Goth Weekend, Whitby

11th

Jackson Live, Bridlington Spa

November

12th

Bringing back the 60s, Bridlington Spa

November

Dickensian Festival, Bridlington Old Town

12th - 13th

Filey Food Festival, Filey

10th

Jimmy Carr, Scarborough Spa

12th - 13th

Pirate Festival, Withernsea

18th

Mercury, Bridlington Spa

14th Nov 23rd Dec

Christmas Opening, Burton Agnes Hall and Gardens

18th - 20th

Staithes RNLI Lifeboat Weekend

18th - 19th

Christmas Craft Fair, The Moors Centre, Danby

19th

Chicago Blues Brothers, Bridlington Spa

December

19th - 21st

Whitby Regatta, Whitby

1st

Purple Rain: A Celebration of Prince, Scarborough Spa

19th - 25th

Whitby Folk Week, Whitby

20th

National Car Hill Climb, Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough

Various dates from 2nd - 22nd

Santa Specials, North Yorkshire Moors Railway

20th

The Big Picnic, Sewerby Hall and Gardens

Dec - Jan

Aladdin, Bridlington Spa

25th - 31st

Sister Act The Musical, YMCA Theatre, Scarborough

Dec - Jan

Jack and the Beanstalk, Scarborough Spa

26th

Black Dyke Band, Scarborough Spa

26th

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Explore miles of footpaths, world-class bike trails, Go Ape & Tree Top Junior, Forest Segway, Dalby Bike Barn, play areas, picnic sites, cafes, fantastic scenery and Dalby Activity Centre.

5 miles north-east of Pickering. Admission charges apply. Discovery Pass available. For more information call 01751 460295 or visit:

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THE YELLOW BOATS

River Trips

up the Esk to Ruswarp sailing through the swing bridge and beneath Larpool Viaduct

• Under 5’s free

3 ½ hour trips along the spectacular coast of North Yorkshire & to Ravenscar Seal Colony

• Keeping fun affordable

Coastal Cruises Staithes Cruise

sail to Staithes and back with time ashore

Sunset, Twilight Cruises and Summer Specials

• Pets welcome

DAILY 20/25 MINUTE TRIPS INTO THE BAY (all times approximate)

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WHITBY WHALE WATCHING DISCOVER THE YORKSHIRE COAST’S BIGGEST SECRET Online Booking: www.whitbywhalewatching.co.uk

info@whitbywhalewatching.co.uk Tel. 07941 450381 / 07981 712419 See our Facebook page for up-to-date information


BRIDLINGTON

Home of national touring musicals on the Yorkshire coast, in-house productions, children’s entertainment, the best in comedy, pantomime and much more.

Look out in 2017 for the ArtWaves Festival, Bridlington Weekend of Motoring, in-house theatrical productions and events complementing Hull UK City of Culture 2017.

The venue features a cafĂŠ with views across Bridlington Bay and a public gallery exhibiting works of visual art from local artists.

BOX OFFICE

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PEASHOLM PARK

The Stephen Joseph Theatre is a thriving focus for the local community, and a splendid amenity that’s a pleasure to visit.

Open all year, this oriental themed municipal park, nestled on Scarborough’s North Bay is a must-see for anyone visiting the Yorkshire Coast.

With a rich history and after having recently received a prestigious Green Flag Award, Peasholm Park offers a beautiful system of streams and waterfalls, mini bridges and mystical gardens for the whole family to enjoy. During summer, the park comes to life with live entertainment from the park’s

resident organist and the world famous Naval Warfare – a unique miniature sea battle, as seen on television screens across the globe! With dragon pedaloes, rowing boats and canoes, plus an 18-hole minigolf course, putting green and café, Peasholm Park provides a great day out for all.

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Taking Steps

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Di and Viv and Rose 3 August - 14 September

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Box Office: 01723 821888 www.scarboroughspa.co.uk

Ballroom Bar & Café Festivals & Weekenders To See What’s On Visit:

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Set in the beautiful Crescent Gardens, Scarborough Art Gallery is a hidden gem.

The Rotunda Museum is a stunning circular building near Scarborough’s seafront.

As well as showing a permanent Collection, there are four First Floor Exhibitions each year.

Full of fascinating objects including Gristhorpe Man - a unique Bronze Age skeleton, the Speeton Plesiosaur - a fantastic fossilised marine reptile found near Filey, and the Scarborough’s Lost Dinosaurs display - an exploration of the town’s Jurassic residents...

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Magnificent 18th century architecture | breathtaking parkland with lakes, fountains, temples and statues | walled garden with rose collection and potager | stunning vistas and secluded woodland walks | exhibitions and events | lakeside adventure playground | a choice of cafés | gift shops, farm shop and garden centre.

‘One of the world’s top ten greatest mansions and grand houses’

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Fresh Fish and Seafood Locally Sourced Meats Homemade Desserts Fully Licensed

Open 364 days a year From 11.30 to 9pm (winter closing time may vary)

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Outlet & Leisure Village www.hornseafreeport.com FREE PARKING Opening times: Mon - Fri 10.00am - 5.30pm Sat 9.30am - 5.30pm Sun 11.00am - 5.00pm


• Historic Land Train • Chalet Hire • Beach Sports

Withernsea

SET IN A RURAL LOCATION, YET NEXT TO THE SEA, WITHERNSEA IS THE PLACE TO BE Situated on the east coast of Yorkshire with over a mile of beaches met by a full length Promenade, a daily stroll in this prime location with open sea views is just there for the taking. Withernsea boasts an annual CARNIVAL, STEAM RALLY WEEKEND/ SUMMER PARADE, PIRATE FESTIVAL, WATER SAFETY DAY with FUN RAFT RACE and various forms of entertainment on the Valley Gardens which has it’s own outdoor half domed stage and is the focal point of the annual MUSIC & BIKE FEST along with other FREE events throughout the summer. Withernsea has a popular leisure centre with pool and fun flume, play parks, amusement arcades, golf course, cafes, bars and several caravan parks. Visitors are encouraged to visit the INLAND LIGHTHOUSE and MUSEUM. With 144 steps to the top, you will have earned a spectacular view of the town and surrounding area. Other attractions nearby include Fort Paull, The Bunker / RAF Holmpton and Spurn Point.

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250,000 seabirds on towering cliffs overlooking the North Sea. Discover more about them and the cliffs in the Seabird Centre and stay for a cuppa and a cake or a picnic. Events and activities all year round.

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Explore your wild side From seabird cities, to rockpool jewels and a seal’s eye view of the action – what will you discover in the Yorkshire Nature Triangle?

Whether you’re a wildlife lover or simply looking for a natural way to get away from it all on your Yorkshire coast break, there’s loads of memories just waiting to be made.

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At the turn of the tide, take a chance to delve deep into rockpooling – sure to make a splash with everyone in the family, or climb aboard a 4x4 and lighthouse safari at Spurn, Yorkshire’s very own ‘land’s end’. Stay focused with some of the best wildlife photography opportunities in the country, with local experts ready to help make sure you don’t miss that perfect shot.

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From early spring, experience the cliff-top soap opera of puffins, gannets and other globe-trotting seabirds amongst the cliffs of Flamborough and Bempton, or stroll the orchid-filled coast path to the soundtrack of skylarks. Hop aboard a high summer boat trip to get a mind-blowing view of the seabird cities, or come face-to-face with an inquisitive seal.


Where to Stay Fancy treating yourself to a luxury hotel or cosy cottage? How about a family-run B&B on the seafront? Or even a quirky tipi? We’ve put together a list of the best places to stay on the Yorkshire Coast to make choosing that little bit easier for you. So whatever accommodation you’re looking for, you’ll be sure of a warm welcome and a homefrom-home that suits your taste and budget.

Whitby Accommodation p51 - Serviced p52 - Self Catering p54 - Caravan & Camping

Scarborough Accommodation p57 - Serviced p67 - Self Catering p69 - Caravan & Camping

Bridlington Accommodation p78 - Serviced p84 - Self Catering p90 - Caravan & Camping

Filey Accommodation p55 - Serviced p55 - Self Catering p56 - Caravan & Camping

Coastal Towns Accommodation

p73 - Serviced p76 - Self Catering p77 - Caravan & Camping

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Facility Symbols Guide Facilities Baby Changing Facilities Baby Minding/Listening Service Central Heating Throughout Children’s Play Area Children Special Rates Children Welcome Christmas/New Year Packages Coach Parking Cooking By Gas Cooking By Electricity Conference Facilities Cots Available Credit Cards Accepted Dogs Accepted by prior arrangement Drying Facilities Electric Shaver Points Evening Entertainment Evening Meal Available Four Poster Bed

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Microwave Open During Winter Months Open Fire Packed Lunches Provided Parking On Site Public Telephone Radio in Bedroom Refrigerator Residents Lounge Restaurant Secure Bicycle Parking Senior Citizens - Special Breaks Special Packages/Breaks Special Diets Catered For Tea/Coffee Making Facilities Television Totally Non-Smoking Walkers Welcome Working Farm

Caravan & Camping Specific Barbecue Facilities Camper Vans Permitted Caravans Permitted Caravans For Hire Chemical Toilet Disposal Facilities Cubicles With Wash Basins Electric Hook Up Points Gas Cylinder Exchange/Refil Refuse Disposal Shop in Site Showers Tents Admitted Waste/Water Hook Up Points Washing Up Sinks


The National Accessible Scheme On a scale of 1-4, the National Accessible Scheme symbols indicate a property’s level of suitability for wheelchair users and visitors with mobility difficulties. Please note however, that as every person’s needs are different, it is advisable to state any special requirements at the time of booking. Level 1

Accessible for persons with sufficient mobility to climb a flight of stairs.

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Accessible for persons who use a wheelchair some of the time and can negotiate a maximum of three steps.

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Independent. Accessible to wheelchair users and able to transfer to and from wheelchair unaided.

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Assisted. Accessible to wheelchair user who requires assistance (eg carer, hoist)

Further detailed information on accessible properties which are not part of the national scheme can be found at DiscoverYorkshireCoast.com

Whitby Serviced

Kimberley House

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Gaining an enviable reputation as the place to stay in Whitby, we pride ourselves on delicious breakfasts with award-winning ingredients, clean, comfortable bedrooms and superb location. Speciality coffees/hot chocolate available in our sunny ground floor lounge/dining room. 7 Havelock Place, Whitby YO21 3ER Tel: 01947 604125. Email: enquiries@kimberleyhouse.com No. of bedrooms: 9 | Prices from £30 to £40 pppn

Bramblewick

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Bramblewick is an award-winning Guest House in the heart of historic Whitby offering quality accommodation and delicious varied breakfasts including kippers, smoked salmon and vegetarian options. Stylish en-suite rooms, some with panoramic Abbey views. Guest lounge and forecourt parking. 3 Havelock Place, Whitby, N.Yorks YO21 3ER Tel: 01947 604504. Email: bramblewick@btconnect.com No. of bedrooms: 8 | Prices from £37 to £82 per room

Sunnyvale House

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Sunnyvale House is a relaxing 4 star family run guest house. Situated on Whitby’s West Cliff, we are ideally located for the restaurants, beach, harbour and Pavilion. Excellent full Yorkshire breakfast with delicious vegetarian options. 12 Normanby Terrace, West Cliff, Whitby, YO21 3ES Tel: 01947 820389. Email: sunnyvalehouse@hotmail.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 5 | Prices from £34 pppn

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The Arches Guesthouse

www.thearcheswhitby.co.uk

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Stylish en-suite rooms, pure white Egyptian bedding and towels, real coffee, award-winning breakfasts, daily specials, vegetarian choices, fresh fruit salad, cakes. 5 minutes from beach, Pavilion, harbour and town. 8 Havelock Place, Hudson Street, Whitby YO21 3ER Tel: 01947 601880. Email: enquiries@thearcheswhitby.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 9 | Prices from £40 to £85 pppn

Sneaton Castle Centre

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Set in stunning grounds, a beautiful location near the seashore and moors within easy walking distance of this beautiful seaside town; the ideal venue for holidays, weekend breaks, group outings, day or residential events, conferences, educational trips and much more! Sneaton Castle Centre, Castle Road, Whitby, North Yorkshire YO21 3QN Tel: 01947 600051. Fax: 01947 603490. Email: reception@sneatoncastle.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 75 | Prices from £34.55 to £44.95

Whitby Self Catering

Ingrid Flute’s Yorkshire Holiday Cottages

www.yorkshireholidaycottages.co.uk

Ingrid Flute’s Yorkshire Holiday Cottages – providing quality self-catering accommodation for over 40 years. With over 300 cottages in Whitby, along the Yorkshire Coast and in the North York Moors we have the best selection of holiday accommodation for your holiday or short break. Our superb choice of holiday accommodation includes: • Cosy cottages for two

• Stunning contemporary apartments

• Large houses, perfect for family celebrations or groups of friends

• Beautiful barn conversions

• Quaint fisherman’s cottages along the coast

• Traditional farmhouses and town houses

You can view all our properties on our website or contact us for a free brochure. Whatever your needs, our local, friendly and knowledgeable team will be delighted to discuss your requirements and help you find your perfect holiday home, so why not book your very own slice of Yorkshire today.

8 Flowergate, Whitby, North Yorkshire YO21 3BA Tel: +44 (0)1947 600700 Email: info@yorkshireholidaycottages.co.uk No. of units: 300+ | Prices from £249 - £2200 dependent on size of property and location.

Croft Farm Holiday Cottages

www.croftfarm.com

Excellent self-catering cottages in a beautiful village, 1 mile outside Whitby, open all year and short breaks welcome, parking available. Pets welcome by arrangement. These 4 star cottages with freesat, wireless internet. Sleeps 2 - 16. 1 Croft Farm, The Avenue, Ruswarp, Whitby YO21 1NY Tel/Fax: 01947 825853. Email: emma@croftfarm.com No. of units: 3 | Prices from £320 to £640

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Rusty Cottage

www.rustycottagewhitby.co.uk

Delightful recently built character stone cottage • Very high standard throughout • Quiet area overlooking estuary within easy walking distance to town centre • Two bedrooms • Sleeps 4 • Ample private parking, pretty patio and garden area • Pets welcome • Out of season short breaks Gledhill Drive, Whitby YO21 1LS. Correspondence Address: Mrs S. Stamp, 2 Horse House Farm Cottage, Lealholm, Whitby YO21 2AQ Tel: 01947 897847. Mobile: 07879 846515. Email: rustycottage@aol.com No. of units: 2 | Prices from £250 to £650 per week

Estuary View Cottage

www.estuaryviewcottage.co.uk

Within short walking distance of Whitby. Two bedrooms, sleeps four. Harbour views. Two private parking spaces. Enclosed rear garden. Described by customers as a ‘real find’. WiFi available. 3 Gledhill Drive, Whitby YO21 1LS Mobile: 07411 784288. Email: estuaryviewcottage@hotmail.co.uk No. of units: 1 | Prices from £300 to £670

Lemon Cottage

www.northcliffe-seaview.com

Lemon Cottage is a beautifully appointed 4 star gold award holiday cottage, situated on our 5 star Seaview Holiday Park, just 900m from the heritage coast. The private terrace with luxury outdoor furniture is perfect for alfresco dining, on sunny days and summer evenings you can even watch the sun set on the surrounding countryside. The cottage is fully equipped to an exceptionally high standard and with double glazing and central heating, it is perfect for those early and late season breaks. • Two en-suite bedrooms

• Private parking

• Complimentary packs

• Fresh milk & locally sourced biscuits on arrival

• Luxury bed linen and towels provided

• Free Wi-Fi

Northcliffe & Seaview Holiday Parks, Bottoms Lane, High Hawsker, Whitby YO22 4LL Tel: 01947 880477. Email: enquiries@northcliffe-seaview.com No. of units: 1 | Prices from £415 to £750 per week

Summerfield Farm

www.summerfieldfarm.co.uk

Between Robin Hoods Bay and Whitby, Sleeping up to 6, Wheelchair accessible cottages/mobile home, ground floor bedrooms and wet room bathrooms. Upstairs bedrooms en-suite. Spectacular views countryside, Abbey, Sea. Owners on site/serviced. Website Virtual Tour. Hawsker, Whitby YO22 4LA Tel: 01947 602 677. Mobile: 07836 348883. Email: info@summerfieldfarm.co.uk No. of units: 4 | Prices from £360 to £1,020

English Flower Cottage

www.englishflowercottage.com

Well loved and special second home; owner run on a fair pricing basis and giving back much to the local area. Generously sized town house in the heart of Whitby. Ideal for extended families or other considerate people/groups. Contact Susan Francis. 26 Grey Street, Whitby, North Yorkshire YO2 11EP Tel: 01555 663983. Mobile: 07971 480974. Email: susankscott65@gmail.com No. of bedrooms: 4 | Prices from 3 nights £297 (minimum) to 7 nights £693

Harbourside Apartments

www.harboursidewhitby.co.uk

Harbourside Apartments occupy one of the most prominent locations on the East Side of Whitby, fronting directly onto the harbour and overlooking the Old Swing Bridge. This extensive first floor apartment was new in 2016. 4a Sandgate, Whitby, North Yorkshire YO22 4DB Tel: 01947 603760. Mobile: 07901 522604. Email: bookings@harboursidewhitby.co.uk No. of units: 3 | Prices from £595 to £1050 per week

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Bolthole Cottage

www.boltholecottage.co.uk

Quiet, warm, clean, comfortable cottage. Sleeps 2. Close to harbour, restaurants, pool and gym. Ideal base for walking, biking or self indulgent winter breaks. Pets welcome. Enclosed yard. Beauty spa round the corner. Parking permits provided. Check feedback on Trip Advisor! 7c Walker’s Yard, Cliff St, Whitby YO21 3DD. Postal Address: Stormville, Station Rd, Robin Hood’s Bay, Whitby YO22 4RA Tel: 01947 880063. Mobile: 07881 523141. Email: kaaren@noble47.freeserve.co.uk No. of units: 1 | Prices from £50 to £90 p/n

Whitby Caravan & Camping

Middlewood Farm Holiday Park

www.middlewoodfarm.com

Small, peaceful, family park. A walkers’, artists’ and wildlife paradise, set amidst the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors National Park, Heritage Coast and ‘Heartbeat Country’. Relax and enjoy the magnificent panoramic views of our spectacular countryside and coast. Five minutes walk to village PUB and SHOP. Ten minutes walk to the BEACH and picturesque Robin Hood’s Bay. • SUPERIOR LUXURY HOLIDAY HOMES FOR HIRE - OPEN: ALL YEAR!

• TOURERS and MOTORHOMES: Level, Sheltered Park. Hardstandings with electric hook-ups.

• GYPSY CABIN CAMPING PODS FOR HIRE - OPEN: ALL YEAR!

• TENTS: Electric hook ups available (March-October) • SUPERB heated facilities, inc BATH Adventure playground

Middlewood Lane, Robin Hood’s Bay, Whitby YO22 4UF Tel: 01947 880414. Fax: 01947 880871. Email: info@middlewoodfarm.com No. of Tent pitches: 120 – From £14 daily No. of Touring caravan pitches: 21 – From £19 daily No. of Static caravans: 30 – From £239 weekly No. of Gypsy cabins: 14 - From £42 daily

Northcliffe & Seaview Holiday Parks

www.northcliffe-seaview.com

Our award-winning family owned parks are situated on the beautiful heritage coast between Whitby and Robin Hood’s Bay. Probably one of the best locations on the North Yorkshire heritage coast with breathtaking sea and countryside views, perfect for exploring the coast, moors and surrounding countryside. Visit our website for more information, view our new holiday caravans for sale, book a holiday in our luxurious holiday hire accommodation and much, much more. • Luxurious new & pre-owned holiday caravans for sale

• Wildlife walk

• Choice of luxurious holiday hire accommodation

• Laundry facilities

• Exclusive seasonal only touring park • Play parks for all ages

• Free WiFi • Outdoor gym • Fabulous local pub serving great food

Bottoms Lane, High Hawsker, Whitby YO22 4LL Tel: 01947 880477. Email: enquiries@northcliffe-seaview.com No. of Seasonal Touring Pitches: 62 No. of Holiday Accommodations: 9

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The Flask Inn Holiday Home Park

www.flaskinn.com

Family run site. All caravans double glazed and centrally heated. Double bedroom, en-suite, twin bedroom, bathroom, full kitchen, dining area and lounge with TV, DVD and free Wi-Fi. Outside decking with seating. Nr Robin Hood’s Bay, Whitby, North Yorkshire YO22 4QH Tel: 01947 880592. Email: info@flaskinn.com No. of static caravans: 10 | Prices from £295 to £520

High Straggleton Farm Caravan Park

www.highstraggleton.co.uk

Eight luxury caravans on a small farm site between Whitby and Sandsend. Ample room for children to play. Ideal for touring, coast and moors. 15 mins walk to beach. Gas, electricity and bed linen included. Phone for brochure. Open March-October. Sandsend Road, Whitby, YO21 3SR Tel: 01947 602373. Email: info@highstraggleton.co.uk No. of static caravans: 8 | Prices from £175 to £700

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Abbots Leigh B&B

www.abbotsleighguesthouse.co.uk

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Experience quality surroundings and a traditional commitment to great service, a warm welcome and an award-winning breakfast awaits you at Abbots Leigh. Why not try one of our superior rooms with super king-sized beds? 7 Rutland Street, Filey YO14 9JA Tel: 01723 513334. Email: booking@abbotsleighfiley.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 6 | Prices from £75 to £105 per room per night

The Forge Guest House

www.theforgefiley.com

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Relax and unwind at The Forge. Close to all that Filey has to offer. Our clean, comfortable en-suite bedrooms have all home comforts and little luxuries, tasty Deliciously Yorkshire breakfasts. Special diets by arrangement. Wi-Fi available. 23 Rutland Street, Filey YO14 9JA Tel: 01723 514646. Email: theforge.filey@btinternet.com No. of bedrooms: 5 | Prices from £37.50 to £60 pppn

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Stroma Holiday Cottage

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Delightful well equipped and spacious country cottage near Filey. Two doubles, one single, large private garden and patio. Ideal for total relaxation or exploring Yorkshire’s Moors, Wolds and coast. Short breaks available early/late season. Cowton Lane, Reighton, Nr Filey YO14 9SA. Tel: 01723 377210. Email: sallybaron@btinternet.com Correspondence Address: 15 Cornelian Avenue, Scarborough YO11 3AN No. of units: 1 | Prices from £285 to £495

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‘The Cottages’ Muston Grange Farm

www.thecottagesfiley.co.uk

On the outskirts of Filey, The Cottages are converted buildings on a non-working farm providing quality accommodation with parking and play area. Twenty minutes walk to amenities in town or beach. Baby pack available. Muston Grange Farm, Muston Road, Filey YO14 0HU Tel: 01723 516620. Email: info@thecottagesfiley.co.uk No. of units: 5 | Prices from £350 to £660 per week

Filey Holiday Cottages

www.fileyholidaycottages.co.uk

Fourteen cosy cottages converted from old farm buildings. Overlooking the Vale of York, offering an ideal base. Situated four miles from the coastal town of Filey. Pets welcome in four of our cottages. West Flotmanby, Muston, Filey YO14 0HY Tel: 01723 892180. Mobile: 07981 371910. Email: info@fileyholidaycottages.co.uk No. of units: 14 | Prices from £295 to £645

Crescent Apartment A beautiful first floor apartment, with stunning sea views over Filey Bay and Crescent Gardens. One bedroom, twin beds, lounge, fitted kitchen, bathroom, flat screen TV. Price inclusive of all amenities. Non-smoking. Ideal for exploring Yorkshire coast and countryside. 4B The Crescent, Filey YO14 9HZ Tel: 01723 513798. Email: crescentaptfiley@googlemail.com No. of units: 1 | Prices from £305 to £435

St Kitts Ground Floor Holiday Apartment

www.stkittsfiley.co.uk

Victorian built, ground floor holiday apartment including three bedrooms, spacious kitchen diner and lounge with panoramic views of Filey Bay; family bathroom, separate WC. Ideal for family holiday for up to six guests. WiFi available. Dog friendly. 2 The Beach, Filey YO14 9LA Tel: 01723 890437. Email: info@stkittsfiley.co.uk No. of units: 1 | Prices from £325 to £925

Filey Holiday Apartments

www.fileyholidayapartments.com

Four modern well furnished and equipped 2 bedroom apartments in central Filey, each apartment has lounge, kitchen area, 2 bedrooms, shower room and all have laundry washing and drying facilities, free WiFi. Available all year round for weekly or weekend lets. 39 West Avenue, Filey YO14 9AX Mobile: 07913 238368. Email: fileyholidayapartments@yahoo.co.uk No. of units: 4 | Prices from £225 to £695 per week

Filey Caravan & Camping

Filey Brigg Caravan & Camping Park

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The site is set in a country park with splendid views of Filey Bay with beach and town a short walk. It’s also an ideal location for touring the Yorkshire Coast. Filey Country Park, Church Road, Filey YO14 9ET. Tel: 01723 513852. Email: FileyBrigg@scarborough.gov.uk No. of Touring Caravan/Motorhome pitches: 155 | No. of Tent pitches: 20 Fees not set until January 2017 | Opening Dates: 13th February 2017 to 2nd January 2018

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Howdale

www.howdalehotel.co.uk

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If you’re looking for a friendly, spotlessly clean place to stay in Scarborough with five star breakfasts, free parking and stunning views, then you’ve found it... Welcome to the Howdale New Premium Sea View rooms, each covering the whole width of the house. Super king sized bed, 4 television and in-room fridge. Spacious bathroom with underfloor heating and large shower some even have a bath too! 3 Close to Town

3 Spotless, comfortable, friendly, e cient!

3 Stunning views over Scarborough North Bay and Scarborough Castle

3 FREE parking 3 FREE WiFi access in Lounge

3 Fantastic delicious breakfast 121 Queen’s Parade, Scarborough YO12 7HU Tel: 01723 372696. Email: mail@howdalehotel.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 13 | Prices from £56

The Hillcrest

www.hillcresthotel.co.uk

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• Detached guest house quietly located next to Peasholm Park

• Special rates for senior citizens, three day breaks and longer stays.

• All rooms en-suite and recently refurbished with Freeview TV/DVD player

• Many satisfied guests return each year

• Full English breakfast served with vegetarian and lighter options available

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• Self-classified four star guest accommodation

• Fully licensed

• Close to Open Air Theatre, Cricket Ground, Town Centre, Peasholm Park, beach, Alpamare Water Park and Sealife Centre

• Parking at and around the premises • Free Wi-Fi throughout

• Please call to discuss any special requirements

2 Peasholm Avenue, Scarborough YO12 7NE Tel: 01723 361981. Mobile: 07828 173412. Email: enquiries@hillcresthotel.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 7 | Prices from £30 to £40

White Rails

www.whiterailshotel.co.uk

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Looking for relaxing, home from home holiday accommodation in Scarborough? Then you’re sure to enjoy the clean and comfortable White Rails guest house. Perfectly located near Peasholm Park, caf s, shops and North bay beach, it’s highly recommended by many satisfied guests who return to White Rails each year. • FREE off-road parking bookable in advance • FREE Wi-Fi

• All rooms are en-suite and have flat screen TV, hair-dryer, tea/coffee and biscuits

• Traditional home cooked evening meals served in our spacious dining room

• Special weekly rates • Generous senior citizen discounts

• 5* Food hygiene rating

• Strictly non-smoking

• Ground floor double/twin bedroom 128 Columbus Ravine, Scarborough YO12 7QZ Tel: 01723 362800. Email: info@whiterailshotel.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 11 | Prices B&B from £32.50

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The Mount House

www.mounthouse-hotel.co.uk

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Robin & Liz Desborough welcome you to our warm friendly Guest House, situated 15 minutes from all amenities. Clean, spacious en-suite rooms from singles to large family room sleeping up to five people. Private parking. Hearty English Breakfast. Come and let us spoil you! 33 Trinity Road, South Cliff, Scarborough YO11 2TD Tel: 01723 362967. Email: bookings@mounthouse-hotel.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 8 | Prices from £32

Riviera Town House

www.riviera-scarborough.co.uk

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The award-winning Riviera Town House is an elegant property enjoying a superb location in the centre of Scarborough. All bedrooms beautifully appointed with full facilities. Passenger lift to bedrooms. Breakfast made with the finest local produce. St Nicholas Cliff, Scarborough YO11 2ES Tel: 01723 372277. Email: info@riviera-scarborough.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 20 | Prices from £70 to £120

The Mountview

www.mountview-hotel.co.uk

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Family run guest house on South Cliff, close to spa complex, beach, university, golf course, town centre. All rooms en-suite, two on the ground level. Scrumptious full English breakfast or continental option. Free on-street parking. Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence 2014/2015/2016. 32 West Street, South Cliff, Scarborough YO11 2QP Tel: 01723 500608. Email: info@mountview-hotel.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 7 | Prices from £29 (7+)

The Croft

www.crofthotel.co.uk

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Enjoy beautiful sea views of Scarborough’s North Bay and Castle. A warm welcome is assured with comfy rooms, off-road parking, free Wi-Fi and a delicious five times award-winning breakfast made with locally sourced produce. 87 Queen’s Parade, Scarborough YO12 7HT Tel: 01723 373904. Email: information@crofthotel.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 6 | Prices from £35 to £42 pppn

Blands Cliff Lodge B&B

www.blandscliff.co.uk

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A warm welcome offered in our family run accommodation. 1 metres from sandy South beach, town centre location. Special diets welcome, free wi-fi, on-street parking nearby. B&B - Room only or self catering apartments available. Blands Cliff, Scarborough YO11 1NR Tel: 01723 363653/351747. Mobile: 07729 616202. Email: stayinscarborough@gmail.com No. of bedrooms: 12 | Prices from £30 to £90 pppn

The Whiteley

www.yorkshire-coast.co.uk/whiteley

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Family run, totally non-smoking, located in an elevated position overlooking the North Bay and ideally situated for all amenities. • Only a short walk from the beaches and main shopping area.

• A substantial English breakfast is served in the traditional dining room.

• All bedrooms are en-suite, many with uninterrupted sea views and can be booked for anything from a short stay onwards.

• Sea views from the dining room and lounge.

99-101 Queen’s Parade, Scarborough YO12 7HY Tel: 01723 373514 Email: thewhiteley@gmail.com No. of bedrooms: 10 | Prices from £61 to £76

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The Lonsdale Villa

www.lonsdalevilla.com

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Ideally situated for the Spa complex, Olivers Mount, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Golf, Italian Gardens and University. • All rooms en-suite, ground floor double room available

• Flatscreen Freeview TVs

• Unrestricted street parking in a disc free zone

• Excellent standards of cleanliness and accommodation

• Wi-Fi Available

• Walking distance from Town & Railway Station, two minutes walk to the Esplanade

• Many returning guests

• Local bus passes the Guest House, only a few minutes walk to Filey Road Bus Stops, serving places further afield

• Check out our reviews

Lonsdale Road, South Cliff, Scarborough YO11 2QY Tel: 01723 363383. Email: enquiries@lonsdalevilla.com No. of bedrooms: 10 | Prices from £28 per person

Cliffside Guest House

www.cliffsidehotel.co.uk

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Family run licensed Guest House, overlooking the North bay, close to the town centre. En-suite rooms, children welcome, reductions in family rooms, car park and full English breakfast served. 79-81 Queen’s Parade, Scarborough YO12 7HT Tel: 01723 361087. Email: info@cliffsidehotel.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 16 | Prices from £30 pp

Victoria Seaview Hotel

www.victoriaseaviewhotel.co.uk

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Magnificent sea views over North Bay, castle. Victoria Seaview is close to beach, pool, cricket ground, bowls centre, golf course, town centre. Offering excellent varied cuisine with special diets catered for including coeliac menu prepared by owner chef, all served in spacious dining room. • Open all year

• Evening meal all year

• All rooms en-suite

• Evening meal can be booked on daily basis

• Single rooms available

• Excellent return trade and recommendations

• FREE parking for residents

• Excellent seaview bar with draught beer

• FREE WiFi

• Same family business for 39 years

• FREE pool table

125-129 Queen’s Parade, Scarborough YO12 7HY Tel: 01723 362164 Email: info@victoriaseaviewhotel.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 30 | Prices from BB £35.00 & BBEM £47.50

Duke of York Guest House

www.dukeofyorkscarborough.com

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Relax, unwind and take in our spectacular panoramic sea and harbour views in this unique beach front guest house. ust minutes from the town, the Duke of York offers a comfortable and friendly atmosphere right in the heart of Scarborough. 1-2 Merchants Row, Eastborough, Scarborough, YO11 1NQ Tel: 01723 373875. Email: dukeofyork@hotmail.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 9 | Prices from £27.50

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The Palm Court Hotel

www.palmcourtscarborough.co.uk

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Commanding a wonderful central position, the elegant Palm Court boasts one of the most prestigious locations in Scarborough. The hotel offers an invigorating experience, whether your stay involves pure pleasure or business. Situated approximately 5 minutes from the beach and 5-10 minutes from well known local attractions and theatres. The Palm Court, a highly rated, AA 3 Star Hotel, is the perfect place to explore, relax and enjoy all that Scarborough and the North York Moors National Park has to offer. The Hotel also boasts an AA rosette for culinary excellence. Take traditional afternoon tea, enjoy a sublime meal in our candlelit restaurant or take lighter bites from our lounge menu. A professional and welcoming team will welcome you. There is FREE parking available to all hotel residents, which is unique for Scarborough town centre.

St Nicholas Cliff, Scarborough YO11 2ES Tel: 01723 368161. Fax: 01723 371547 Email: info@palmcourt-scarborough.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 40 | Prices from £40 to £73.50

The Grainary Farm Stay

www.grainary.co.uk

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Set in the idyllic North York Moors, The Grainary offers 4-star accommodation with beautiful countryside views. The farm is set in 200 acres of open countryside in Harwood Dale, and has its own scenic walking routes. The Grainary offers 14 guest rooms, of which 4 of them are pet rooms and 2 are wheelchair friendly and three holiday cottages. The Tea Rooms serve a variety of home baked, cakes, scones, along with a number of homemade locally sourced dishes with magnificent views. There is also a garden centre selling plants, an outdoor playground area for children and is a licensed wedding venue.

Keasbeck Hill Farm, Harwood Dale, Scarborough YO13 QDT Tel: 01723 870026. Mobile: 07531 317468. Email: info@grainary.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 14 & 3 holiday cottages | Prices from £40 to £120

The Alexander

www.alexanderhotelscarborough.co.uk

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A special place, Exclusively for Adults, offering you genuine quality and a high standard of cleanliness, professionalism and a friendly service. Quality breakfast and dinner prepared by Alex, a professional Chef. Only 5 minutes walk from North Bay Beach / Open Air Theatre, free on site parking, free WiFi, Licensed bar. “Save money by telephone and not online” Check out reviews on Tripadvisor. Pensioner and weekly discounts.

33 Burniston Road, Scarborough YO12 6PG Tel: 01723 363178. Email: enquiries@alexanderhotelscarborough.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 8 | Prices from £80 to £95

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Boston Hotel

www.bostonhotelscarborough.co.uk

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Family-run for over 25 years, our hotel provides holidaymakers perfect relaxation in either of our two lounges, one with a well stocked bar and dance floor. Enjoy listening to our live entertainers, or bingo. A selection of family, double, twin and single rooms that accommodates all types of bookings, from families, coach parties or single occupancy. All our bedrooms have en-suite facilities, freeview television, tea/coffee making facilities, central heating and most have stunning sea views. All floors are accessible via a passenger lift and stairs.

• Town centre within a few minutes walk.

• Room only / B&B / Bed, Breakfast and Dinner rates available.

• Wi-Fi available.

1-2 Blenheim Terrace, Queens Parade, Scarborough YO12 7HF Tel: 01723 360296. Mobile: 07932 775649. Fax: 01723 353838. Email: bostonhotel@live.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 30 | Prices from £25 to £45 per person per night

The Phoenix Guest House

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A friendly, comfortable guesthouse providing good value accommodation, ideally located between town and beach. All our rooms are en-suite and cleaned daily to a high standard. Guests praise our scrumptious full Yorkshire, continental or vegetarian breakfasts. 157 Columbus Ravine, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO12 7QZ Tel: 01723 368319. Email: jnnlms@aol.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 5 | Prices from £26 to £42 pppn B&B

The Waves Coastal B&B

www.scarboroughwaves.co.uk

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The Waves in South Cliff is a 4 star, Silver awarded B B famous for its extensive breakfast menu with great traditional, vegetarian and vegan options. Close to The Spa and the town the Victorian property is stylish and modern with a retrolicious 70s lounge. 39 Esplanade Road, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO11 2AT Tel: 01723 373658. Email: enquiries@scarboroughwaves.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 7 | Prices from £54 to £89 per room (including breakfast)

The Maynard

www.maynardscarborough.co.uk

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Highly recommended guest house close to cliff lift, Scarborough Spa, beach and town centre. All rooms are en-suite with tea/coffee making facilities, colour TV’s. Open all year including Christmas and New Year. 16 Esplanade Gardens, Scarborough YO11 2AW Tel: 01723 372289. Email: info@maynardscarborough.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 11 | Prices from £59 to £94

Phoenix Court

www.hotel-phoenix.co.uk

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A Victorian property offering panoramic sea views, friendly service, comfortable rooms, some with king size beds. Guest car park. Caring for the environment. Offering local, home produced food at breakfast. A great base for your holiday. 8/9 Rutland Terrace, Scarborough YO12 7JB Tel: 01723 501150. Email: info@hotel-phoenix.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 14 | Prices from £36 to £66 per room

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The Empire

www.empireguesthouse.co.uk

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The Empire is situated in a beautiful Victorian Crescent overlooking pleasant gardens, located in the centre of town. Close to many attractions and town centre amenities. Every effort is made to maintain our high standard of service to make your visit an enjoyable one. 39 Albemarle Crescent, Scarborough YO11 1XX Tel: 01723 373564. Email: gillian@empire1939.wanadoo.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 8 | Prices from £25 to £28

Wrea Head Hall Hotel

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Wrea Head Hall is an elegant, privately owned, country house hotel and restaurant. Situated on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors, from the moment you arrive, you will receive the warmest Yorkshire welcome from our professional and friendly team. All bedrooms are individually designed, each with its own unique style. You can enjoy the peace and tranquillity of afternoon tea on the terrace or lunch in the conservatory. We provide first class service and serve exquisite food. • Manicured gardens and unrivalled views of surrounding countryside

• Private dining available for corporate events and special occasions.

Barmoor Lane, Scalby, Scarborough YO13 0PB Tel: 01723 371190. Email: sales.reservations@wreaheadhall.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 19 | Prices from £50 to £129.95 pppn No children under 8

Philmore

www.philmorehotel.co.uk

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Ideally located for visiting Peasholm Park and all North side attractions including new Water Park and beach. All en-suite rooms with flat screen T.V., hairdryer, refreshment tray. Friendly service. Delicious breakfast. Comfortable bedrooms. Free Wi-Fi. Free off road or on street parking. 126 Columbus Ravine, Scarborough YO12 7QZ Tel: 01723 361516. Email: philmorehotel@hotmail.com No. of bedrooms: 9 | Prices from £35 to £40 pppn

Weston Hotel

www.westonhotel.co.uk

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• Panoramic views across Scarborough’s South Bay • Easy access to Spa and South Beach • Short stroll to town and harbour area • Restaurant and Lounge Bar both with sea views • Free on-street parking • Free WiFi • Newly refurbished 33/34 Esplanade, Scarborough YO11 2AR Tel: 01723 373423. Email: info@westonhotel.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 32 | Prices from £50 to £75 pppn BB

Willow Dene

www.willowdenehotel.com

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• Car Parking • Spotless en-suite rooms • Traditional home cooking with warm, friendly service • Prime position near Peasholm Park, town, cricket ground and Waterpark • Special low season rates and pensioner discounts - ask for our prices • “Arrive a guest, leave a friend” 110 Columbus Ravine, Scarborough YO12 7QZ Tel: 01723 372537 . Email: willowdenescarborough@gmail.com No. of bedrooms: 9 | Prices BB from £30

Kenways Guest House

www.kenwaysguesthouse.co.uk

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Friendly comfortable guesthouse close to Peasholm Park, cricket ground, open air theatre and beautiful North Bay. All rooms are en-suite and have courtesy trays, Home cooked locally sourced breakfast. Special diets catered for. Cleanliness assured. 9 Victoria Park Avenue, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO12 7TR Tel: 01723 365757. Email: info@kenwaysguesthouse.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 7 | Prices from £28 to £30

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www.britanniahotels.com The Grand Hotel Located in the town centre, the Grand Hotel, Scarborough takes pride of place overlooking the town’s harbour and South Bay. One of the town’s landmark features and instantly recognisable on the skyline, The Grand is an ideal hotel in Scarborough from which to enjoy beautiful sandy beaches, promenade walks and all that Scarborough has to offer. Chosen as one of Historic England’s ‘seven wonders of the English seaside’ as featured in the Daily Mail. *discounted tickets to the SeaLife Centre available St. Nicholas Cliff, Scarborough YO11 2ET Tel: 0871 222 0047 | Fax: 0871 222 7724

The Royal Hotel In the heart of Scarborough town centre and overlooking the beautiful South Bay, The Royal Hotel is in the perfect location with its fine sandy beaches and stunning promenade only 500 metres away. This regency style hotel dates back from the 1830s and houses a famous staircase and atrium, attracting many returning guests every year to revel in its history. St. Nicholas Street, Scarborough YO11 2HE Tel: 0871 221 0208 | Fax: 0871 221 0209

The Clifton Hotel Renowned for its warm Yorkshire welcome, The Clifton Hotel Scarborough offers some of the most amazing, uninterrupted sea views in Scarborough and is situated only a short distance from many of the town’s attractions. This Scarborough hotel makes the perfect base for those visiting the Yorkshire Coast.

Queens Parade, Scarborough YO12 7HX Tel: 0871 221 0206 | Fax: 0871 221 0207

Grand Hotel - No. of bedrooms: 413 | Please contact for prices Royal Hotel - No. of bedrooms: 158 | Please contact for prices Clifton Hotel - No. of bedrooms: 85 | Please contact for prices

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Be inspired by the North Yorkshire Coast

Enjoy a range of luxurious accommodation, from our boutique-style rooms at The Plough and amazing en-suite bedrooms at The Mayfield Hotel to a collection of six beautifully designed self-catering cottages. All our five-star accommodation combines traditional and contemporary styles with luxurious fabrics and furnishings, providing exceptional contemporary five star accommodation. A warm welcome awaits…

Begin your journey here…

A h1ome away2 from h1ome… Situated in the pretty village of Seamer, just outside Scarborough, are six elegantly decorated self-catering cottages offering unrivalled luxury and a welcome pack that includes all the treats to start your holiday… or why not stay on a nightly basis with breakfast in Palladium House which offers four sumptuous en-suite bedrooms. Just a few steps away from the cottages is the Copper Horse Restaurant renowned for its delicious food and friendly service.

“BY FAR ONE THE BEST WE HAVE STAYED IN”

Book Online: thecopperhorse.co.uk Tel: 01723 862029 Main Street, Seamer, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO12 4RF

TripAdvisor (Cottages)

Serving superb real ales, spirits and wines with a great choice of classic Pub food. Also the carvery offers a selection of hand-carved British meats with all the trimmings! Upstairs there are ten amazing en-suite bedrooms, two of which are combined to create a large stylish apartment. Stay overnight in our luxurious rooms and enjoy a relaxing break or make the most of our outstanding line up of sell-out tribute nights and live music & entertainment!

Book Online: themayfieldseamer.co.uk Tel: 01723 863160 Main Street, Seamer, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO12 4RF

“ABSOLUTELY RECOMMEND THIS HOTEL” TripAdvisor (Cottages)

This friendly county pub/restaurant provides the perfect place for a spot of lunch, a delicious dinner and a drink or two as well as being a unique and stunning stopover retreat, offering eight luxury en-suite bedrooms; hand-made fourposter beds feature in many of the rooms. The Plough is dedicated to good food, warm hospitality, and personal service.

“HIDDEN GEM IN A LOVELY VILLAGE” TripAdvisor (Cottages)

Book Online: theploughscalby.co.uk Tel: 01723 362622 High Street, Scalby, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO13 0PT

Operating Award-winning Restaurants and Luxury Accommodation in Scarborough, North Yorkshire

No. of units: 9 | No. of bedrooms: 18

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The Clarence Gardens Hotel

www.scarborough-hotel.co.uk

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The Clarence Gardens Hotel offers warm and welcoming 4 star guest accommodation, nestled high on the Castle headland giving guests wonderful sweeping views from the hotel of Scarborough’s North Bay. Rooms range from single to family occupancy, and all are en-suite. 4-5 Blenheim Terrace, Queens Parade, Scarborough Yo12 7HF Tel: 01723 374884. Email: enquiries@clarencegardenshotel.net No. of bedrooms: 22 | Prices from £40 to £80

Scarborough Travel & Holiday Lodge

www.scarborough-lodge.co.uk

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Our comfortable family friendly hotel in Scarborough provides the ideal base for exploring the Yorkshire coast. 5 minutes’ walk to the beach, 1 minutes’ walk to the town centre with free off road car parking. Focusing on customer care and providing excellent affordable holiday accommodation. 33 Valley Road, Scarborough YO11 2LX Tel: 01723 363537. Fax: 01723 501239. Email: enquiries@scarborough-lodge.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 33 | Prices from £41.95 per room (room only)

Peasholm Park Hotel

www.peasholmpark.co.uk

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A detached 1 s building with 1 ensuite rooms on 1st and 2nd floors, some rooms have a shower, others have a bath. All rooms have flatscreen TV, tea/coffee facilities. • Minimum age of child 7 years

• Continental breakfast 8:15am - 9:30am

• Free fast WiFi

• Double/twin room from £72 per night

• Some rooms face Peasholm Park

• Room only - Double/twin room from £64 per night

• Visitors parking permits available for purchase on arrival • Motorcycle parking with CCTV • 10 mins from golf club • Licensed pre-ordered drinks available

• Close to beach, Open Air Theatre and Alpamare waterpark • Close to bowling centre, cricket club, town and Stephen Joseph Theatre

Set in a beautiful area within easy driving distance of the moors and dales for those that like to explore further. A warm welcome awaits.

21-23 Victoria Park, Scarborough YO12 7TS Tel: 01723 500954. Email: peasholmparkhotel@btconnect.com No. of bedrooms: 13 | Prices from £72 per double/twin room per night

Ryndle Court Hotel

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Situated overlooking Peasholm Park near the sea, close to the Scarborough Open Air Theatre and the brand new Waterpark Alpamare. There is a relaxing TV/coffee lounge, a separate resident’s licensed bar, patio area, border garden and guest car park. 45/47 Northstead Manor Drive, Scarborough YO12 6AF Tel: 01723 375188. Email: reservations@ryndlecouthotel.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 24 | Prices from Single £50, Double/Twin £80, Children (upto 15) £15pp

The Ellenby

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Family-run Guest House overlooking Scarborough’s magnificent North Bay. Close to Town Centre, Peasholm Park, NEW Waterpark, Cinema and Alexander Bowls Centre. All rooms en-suite with shower, 5 bedrooms have uninterrupted sea views. Private car park and small residents bar. 95-97 Queen’s Parade, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO12 7HY Tel: 01723 372916. Email: johnfail@btconnect.com No. of bedrooms: 9 | Prices from £37 to £78

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Red Lea Hotel

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Enjoying superb South Bay sea views, the Red Lea is ideally located close to the Esplanade Cliff Lift for easy access to the Spa’s attractions including the famous Scarborough Spa Orchestra. • Lovely indoor swimming pool

• Well-equipped fitness suite

• Free WiFi throughout the Hotel

• Free on-street car parking

• Comfortable bedrooms (30 with sea views)

• New luxury serviced apartments with free access to the gym and pool directly adjacent to the hotel

• Ideal venue for business or just pleasure • Great food

• Friendly e cient service

Prince of Wales Terrace, Scarborough YO11 2AJ Tel: 01723 362431. Fax: 01723 371230. Email: info@redleahotel.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 68 (plus 3 serviced apartments) | Prices Daily from £40 to £82.50, Weekly from £378 to £504 Special packages available No single supplements but sole occupancy supplements may apply

Esplanade Gardens

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A family run B B, we offer a friendly welcome with all en-suite rooms and a licensed bar. Situated close to cliff lift, Spa Complex, beach and town centre. Children welcome. Open all year round. 24 Esplanade Gardens, South Cliff, Scarborough YO11 2AP Tel: 01723 360728. Mobile: 07985 629955. Email: dekquy@aol.com No. of bedrooms: 10 | Prices from £30 to £33

South Moor Farm

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Enjoy a relaxing stay in a quiet, rural location on a working farm in Dalby Forest. Or, if you prefer an active holiday, walking or mountain biking in Dalby Forest. An excellent English breakfast included and home cooked meals available. Families and pets welcome. South Moor Farm, Langdale End, Scarborough YO13 0LW Tel: 01751 460285. Email: hi@dlby.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 4 | Prices from £60 to £80

Rose Dene

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Family run bed and breakfast in the popular North bay of Scarborough. All rooms en-suite. Free WiFi to all areas and free parking. Quality fresh cooked breakfast. Close to local amenities including Peasholm Park, beach, Open Air Theatre and town centre. 106 Columbus Ravine, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO12 7QZ Tel: 01723 374252. Mobile: 07983 404177. Email: gillian@rose-dene.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 8 | Prices from £35 to £110

St Nicholas Lodge

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Superb town centre position. Front rooms have sea views. Lift to bedrooms. Historic building with superb en-suite accommodation, individually designed bedrooms, free WiFi, Freeview TV, hairdryer, hospitality trays. Book early for competitive prices, reductions for retired generation. A warm welcome awaits! 15 St Nicholas Cliff, Scarborough YO11 2ES Tel: 01723 361095. Email: stnicholaslodge@hotmail.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 10 | Prices from £49 to £120 per room

The Crescent Hotel

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The Crescent Hotel is a small, family run Hotel located on a beautiful regency crescent in the centre of Scarborough. We pride ourselves on our warm and friendly atmosphere, wonderful location and fantastic food! 1-2 Belvoir Terrace, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO11 2PP Tel: 01723 507507. Email: reception@thecrescenthotel.com No. of bedrooms: 20 | Prices from £70 to £180

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The Dickens Bar and Inn

www.dickensbarandinnscarborough.co.uk

Visit The Dickens Bar and Inn, for a warm welcome in Scarborough! Situated in the heart of Scarborough town centre, our bed and breakfast is within easy walking distance of the local amenities, the beach, the Spa Complex and the theatres. The main bar offers Sky and BT Sports, to fantastic weekly entertainment from live solo artists, bands and our very own resident D , we have something for everyone! • Newly refurbished bar and rooms • Parking permits available

• Freshly cooked breakfast served in private restaurant • Traditional pub food served in the Bar

41 Huntriss Row, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO11 2ED Tel: 01723 375787. Fax: 07894 635446. Email: dickensbarandinnscarborough@gmail.com No. of bedrooms: 10 | Prices from £75

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Elegant Victorian house overlooking peaceful square. All flats fully equipped private facilities. Internet access. Comfort, cleanliness guaranteed. Sea front gentle 5 minute walk. Near shops, easy parking, pets welcome, free Wi-Fi. 11 St Martin’s Square, Scarborough YO11 2DQ Tel: 01274 871069. Mobile: 07891 291139. Email: shirleysflats@hotmail.com No. of units: 5 | Prices from £60 per night (small), £75 per night (luxury)

Avondale Holiday Flats

www.avondaleholidayflats.co.uk

Splendid views overlooking the North Bay and Castle. Close to town centre, cricket ground and Peasholm Park. All flats are fully equipped, clean and comfortable. Freeview T.V. Open all year. Part weeks available October to May. On site Proprietor. 75 Queens Parade, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO12 7HY Tel: 01723 364836. Email: avondaleholidayflats@tiscali.co.uk No. of units: 7 | Prices from £100 to £370

White Acre • Two lovely large self-contained apartments, ideally situated, alongside decorative gardens, in heart of the Peasholm holiday area • Close to beach, boating lake, miniature railway, cricket ground and Open Air Theatre • Pleasant views • Own off-street parking • 2 bedrooms, lounge with large plasma TV, kitchen and bathroom

www.scarborough.co • Bedroom TVs, DVD player • Freezer, microwave • No extras – linen, towels, toiletries, hot water, heating and electric included • Sleeps 4-5 • Online booking available via our website • No pets • Free Wi-Fi

Victoria Park, Peasholm Correspondence address: 54 Falsgrave Road, Scarborough YO12 5AX Tel: 01723 374220. Email: david@scarborough.co No. of units: 2 | Price per unit per week £300 to £740

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White Gable • Lovely spacious ground floor apartment ideally located for a relaxing holiday • Close to beach, promenade, SeaLife Centre and miniature railway • Large garden • Clean and bright accommodation with 2 bedrooms, lounge (large plasma TV), kitchen, large bathroom • Bedroom TVs, DVD player

www.scarborough.co • Freezer, washer and dryer, microwave • No extras – linen, towels, toiletries, hot water, heating and electric all included • Own on-site, off-street parking • No pets • Online booking available via our website • Sleeps 5 • Free Wi-Fi

Scalby Mills Road Correspondence address: 54 Falsgrave Road, Scarborough YO12 5AX Tel: 01723 374220. Email: david@scarborough.co No. of units: 1 | Price per unit per week £300 to £740

Harbour View Holiday Flats

www.harbourviewscarborough.co.uk

Harbour View Flats situated overlooking the harbour. A busy, quaint working marina in the lee of the castle unique setting with unrivalled view of the South Bay, Oliver’s Mount in the background. 37/37a Sandside, Scarborough YO11 1PG Tel: 01723 361162. Email: gordon@davidgjenkinson.plus.com No. of units: 5 | Prices from £120 to £470

Bedwyns’ Self-Catering of Scarborough

www.bedwyns.co.uk

Beautiful Properties in all the Best Places. 40 AFFORDABLE, HOUSE, FLATS & BUNGALOWS. No hidden charges. Free Linen Utilities. Your pet goes Free. CALL on 1 2 516 . BROWSE & BOOK ONLINE www.bedwyns.co.uk. Scarborough Business with Scarborough Knowledge. 62 Knipe Point Drive, Scarborough YO11 3JT Tel: 01723 516700. Email: info@bedwyns.co.uk No. of units: 40 | Prices from £165 (2 nights) to £899 per week

Lawnswood Holiday Flats

www.yorkshire-coast.co.uk/lawnswood

Town centre holiday flats, great location for shops, beach, dining and night life. Open all year, short or long breaks. Pets welcome, free Wi-Fi. On-street or limited garage parking. Walking distance from train / bus station. 30-32 Aberdeen Walk, Scarborough YO11 1XW Tel: 01723 363653. Mobile: 07729 616202. Email: stayinscarborough@gmail.com No. of units: 5 | Prices from £99 to £440

Beach Life Sands Apartments

www.beachlifescarborough.co.uk

• Comfortable new apartments, sleeping 2-8 people • Two lifts • Train arrivals/free transfers • Secure free parking including disabled space • Full kitchen • Central heating • 24 hour reception • Late deals • Level beach access • Open all year • Discounts for longer breaks • Warm welcome assured 411 Kepwick House, The Sands, Scarborough YO12 7TN Tel: 01723 269334. Mobile: 07894 234850. Email: d_bawhite@yahoo.co.uk No. of units: 3 | Prices from £89.50 to £169.50 per night

Harbourside Apartments

www.scarboroughapartments.co.uk

Newly developed in 2010, Harbourside Apartments combine the traditional Scarborough seaside holiday with a luxurious and contemporary twist. Situated directly opposite Scarborough Harbour, these sumptuous self-catering apartments offer amazing views of Scarborough’s South Bay. 16-18 Sandside, Scarborough YO11 1DE Tel: 01723 500045. Fax: 01723 352364. Email: enquiries@escape2thesands.com No. of units: 5 | Prices from £460 to £875

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The Sands

Our seventy 5-star luxury self catering apartments have a magnificent location on Scarborough’s North Bay Beach, on Yorkshire’s rugged and beautiful East Coast. The Sands Scarborough has 1, 2 and 3 bedroom holiday apartments and penthouses and have been given a 5-star Gold rating by Visit Britain.

this summer

All self catering apartments have • Modern 5-star furnishings • Panoramic balconies • Designer kitchens • Free on-site car park • Free Wi-Fi Each sea-view holiday apartment has a grand balcony, where you can look out to Scarborough Castle and admire the stunning sea views. Apartments are allocated one free parking space in the secure car park. There is a state-of-the-art gym for the exclusive use of guests.

To check availability visit escape2thesands.com Call the reservation team on 01723 364714

Tel: 01723 364714 Email: enquiries@escape2thesands.com Find us at: Peasholm Gap, Scarborough YO12 7TN Follow us: facebook.com/The-Sands-Scarborough @SandsNorthBay

Marlborough Holiday Flats

www.marlborough-seafront-flats.co.uk

Situated overlooking North Bay, within reach of both beaches. 10 minutes walk to town centre. Own shower and toilet. Digital T.V. Free Wi-Fi. Fully equipped for comfort and convenience. Highest standard of cleanliness. Central heating provided during winter months. 22 Blenheim Terrace, Queen’s Parade, Scarborough YO12 7HD Tel: 01723 373116. Mobile: 07968 792683. Email: julieellard@hotmail.com No. of units: 8 | Prices from £150 (Winter) to £450 (Summer)

Scarborough Caravan & Camping

Cayton Village Caravan Park

www.caytontouring.co.uk

The very best of Coast Country. Luxurious facilities, playground, recreation field with football pitch & maze, Dog walk & Nature Trail, adjoining village with pub & chip shop, on bus route. Scarborough 3 miles, Filey 4 miles, Beach ½ mile. Mill Lane, Cayton Bay, Scarborough YO11 3NN Tel: 01723 583171. Email: info@caytontouring.co.uk No. of caravan pitches: 254 | No. of tent pitches: 56 | Prices from £14 to £36

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Crow’s Nest

Caravan Park

EXPLORE THE ATTRACTIONS AND SANDY BEACHES OF THE YORKSHIRE COAST Gristhorpe, Near Filey, North Yorkshire YO14 9PS Telephone - (+44) 01723 582206 Email - enquiries@crowsnestcaravanpark.com Web - www.crowsnestcaravanpark.com

THE IDEAL LOCATION TO ENJOY THE COAST AND COUNTRYSIDE OF NORTH YORKSHIRE Jasmine Park, Snainton, Scarborough YO13 9BE Telephone - (+44) 01723 859240 Email - enquiries@jasminepark.co.uk Web - www.jasminepark.co.uk

THE PERFECT COUNTRYSIDE RETREAT IN THE HEART OF PICTURESQUE RYEDALE Robin Hood Caravan Park, Slingsby, York YO62 4AP Telephone - (+44) 01653 628391 Email - info@robinhoodcaravanpark.co.uk Web - www.robinhoodcaravanpark.co.uk

No. of tent pitches: 200 – £15 to £30 daily, No. of touring caravan pitches: 50 – £15 to £30 daily, No. of static caravans: 220 – £250 to £590 weekly

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Get ready, Get set, Get away Save up to

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The Yorkshire coastline has some of the UK’s most rugged and charming countryside, from tiny fishing villages to glorious stretches of white sand. We’re lucky enough to have four parks in this beautiful part of the country and offering touring and camping facilities too.

Nature Rockz

Pets welcome

Visit:

Heated indoor pools

Haven.com/YCG

Terms and conditions: *Save up to 25% discount: Applies to all dates and all durations for 2017. All of our other offers are subject to availability, apply to new bookings only and can’t be used with any other voucher, discount or offer, (unless otherwise stated) and may be reduced or withdrawn without notice. Full terms and conditions on all the above offers are shown within our current website. Bring your dog: Pets are charged at £1 per pet per night on a touring or camping holiday. Up to two pets are welcome in designated accommodation at an additional cost of up to £60 per week or part thereof. Pets are not allowed at Burnham-on-Sea, Lydstep Beach or Riviere Sands. We don’t accept dogs listed under the Dangerous Dogs Act. Please check the website for full terms and conditions. Pictures shown are for representation purposes only. Facilities, activities and entertainment vary by park and date and may be subject to a moderate extra charge. Haven Holidays is a trading name of Bourne Leisure Limited, registered in England and Wales, no 04011660. Registered office 1 Park Lane, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP2 4YL. HAV3307_6054

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Scalby Close Park

www.scalbyclosepark.co.uk

Ideally located for both Moors & Coast in a peaceful rural setting close to local amenities. This beautifully landscaped site includes: all weather, full-service pitches for Motorhome/Caravans, well equipped heated toilet block and laundry. Seasonal pitches including winter store available. Burniston Road, Scarborough YO13 0DA Tel: 01723 365908. Email: info@scalbyclosepark.co.uk No. of touring caravan pitches: 40 | Prices from £16 to £28

Pinewood Park

www.pinewoodpark.co.uk

Yorkshire’s original Glamping site, with Tipis, Western Wagons, Camping Shacks, Cabins, Lodges (with hot tub). Spacious hard-standing touring area open all year round, and a great camping area. A family-run park situated within walking distance to Scarborough. Superb wedding venue. Special offers on website. Racecourse Road (A170), Scarborough YO12 5TG. Tel: 01723 367278. Email: info@pinewoodpark.co.uk No. of tent pitches: 14 – from £16 per night, No. of themed accommodation: 20 No. of touring caravan pitches: 6 – from £16 to £135

Tourist Information Points & Centres Scarborough - Discover Yorkshire Coast

Whitby Tourist Information Centre

Scarborough Information Points

Filey Tourist Information Point

Tourism Bureau, 7 days a week Tel: 01723 383636 Email: tourismbureau@scarborough.gov.uk

Stephen Joseph Theatre, Westborough, Scarborough YO11 1JW Open Air Theatre, Box Office, Burniston Rd, North Bay RNLI Lifeboat Station, Foreshore Road, Scarborough YO11 1PB

Bridlington Tourist Information Centre

East Riding Leisure - Bridlington, The Promenade, Bridlington YO15 2QQ Tel: 01482 391634 Email: bridlington.tic@eastriding.gov.uk f More Bridlington - Tourist Information l @moreBridlington

Harbour O ce, Langborne Rd, Whitby YO21 1YN Tel: 01723 383636 Email: tourismbureau@scarborough.gov.uk John Street, Filey YO14 9DW Tel: 01723 383636 Email: tourismbureau@scarborough.gov.uk

Tourist Information at Hornsea Museum Open Easter to end of September

Tel: 01482 640852 Email: hornsea.tic@eastriding.gov.uk

Tourist Information at Withernsea Lighthouse Museum Open Easter to end of September

Tel: 01482 640852 Email: withernsea.tic@eastriding.gov.uk

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North End Farm Country Guest House

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Charming 1 th Century farmhouse, situated in Seamer village, offering excellent B B accommodation with a personal touch. All rooms en-suite. Delicious farmhouse breakfast. Private parking. Village pubs and restaurants within walking distance. Self catering cottage also available. 8 Main Street, Seamer, Scarborough YO12 4RF Tel: 01723 862965. Email: northendfarm@tiscali.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 3 | Prices from £35 to £45 pppn

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Killerby Cottage Farm

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Killerby Cottage Farm is in the countryside between Scarborough and Filey. There is a warm welcome, good food, tastefully decorated rooms and a lovely garden. The farm has diversified and the Stained Glass Centre and tearoom are open to visitors. Killerby Lane, Cayton, Scarborough YO11 3TP Tel: 01723 581236. Mobile: 07807 329052. Email: val@killerbycottagefarm.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 3 | Prices from £80 to £85

Harmony Country Lodge

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Highly recommended octagonal country guest house in 2 acres of grounds close to Scarborough with 360 degree panoramic views of the sea and National Park. Pets welcome. Private parking. Licensed. Free WiFi. Static caravan also available for self-catering. 80 Limestone Road, Burniston, Scarborough YO13 0DG Tel: 01723 870276. Email: mail@harmonylodge.net No. of bedrooms: 6 (+ 1 Caravan) | Prices from £66 to £94

Orchard Lodge

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Tranquillity in the coastal countryside. Newly refurbished Orchard Lodge is set in the ancient village of Flixton. Just 5 miles from Scarborough and 4 miles from Cayton and Filey, it is ideally situated for a short break or longer holidays exploring this beautiful part of North Yorkshire. • Superking ensuite rooms in a quiet countryside location, no smoking throughout

• Ideal for cyclists and walkers, bike storage and drying room

• Award-winning locally sourced breakfasts

• Free private parking

• Dogs very welcome, no charge, free sausage at breakfast and very large grounds

• Great local golf • Groups welcome

North Street, Flixton, Scarborough YO11 3UA Tel: 01723 890202. Email: enquiries@orchard-lodge.com No. of bedrooms: 6 | Prices from £90 to £130

Smuggler’s Rock Country House

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Georgian country house between Whitby and Scarborough. A former smugglers haunt in National Park with panoramic sea and countryside views. All rooms en-suite (2 with 4-poster beds). Delicious Yorkshire Breakfast. Wonderful walks. Self-catering cottages also available. Electric Bike hire available. Staintondale Road, Ravenscar, Nr Scarborough YO13 0ER Tel: 01723 870044. Email: info@smugglersrock.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 7 | Prices from £70 to £90 per room (5)

The North Star Hotel

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An award-winning hotel within easy travelling distance of many of Yorkshire’s finest coastal destinations and attractions, a restaurant famous for fresh Flamborough seafood and wild game caught on the Yorkshire Wolds and all rooms have en-suite facilities. North Marine Road, Flamborough, East Yorkshire YO15 1BL Tel: 01262 850379. Email: thenorthstarhotel@live.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 9 | Prices from £45 to £50 pp

The Oak Wheel

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A family-run pub with bar & restaurant and 5 tastefully decorated letting berooms all with en-suites, situated miles from Scarborough North Bay. Offering a well stocked bar with a selection of cask ales, wines and spirits, home cooked food with daily specials. 17-21 Coastal Road, Burniston YO13 0HR Tel: 01723 870230. Email: theoakwheelpub@btconnect.com No. of bedrooms: 5 | Prices from £55 to £125

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Barker Stakes Farm

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Set in 16 acres Barker Stakes Farm is located in a quiet haven of North Yorkshire on the outskirts of Pickering. Central for attractions of the moors and coast we have accommodation to meet your needs. We have 12 bed and breakfast rooms sleeping 1 to 5 people converted from the farm buildings and 10 self catering holiday lodges sleeping 2 to 6.

Barker Stakes Farm, Lendales Lane, Pickering, North Yorkshire YO18 8EE

No. of lodges: 10 | Prices from £255 to £1,045 | No. of bedrooms: 12 | Prices from £55 to £160

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Coastal Towns & Villages Self Catering

Murkhead Holiday Cottages

www.murkhead.co.uk

Exquisite, luxury Gold Award-winning self catering cottages, set on a 230 acre estate in the North York Moors National Park. With stunning views down the dale towards Scarborough, yet close to Whitby. All our cottages have the luxury of en-suite facilities. Murkhead Farm, Harwood Dale, Scarborough YO13 0LA Tel: 01723 871686. Email: info@murkhead.co.uk No. of units: 4 | Prices from £240 to £650 per week

Rockville Farm Cottages

www.rockvillefarmcottages.co.uk

Four luxury self-catering cottages situated within easy walking distance of Bempton Cliffs RSPB, famous for its Pu ns, Gannets and spectacular views. Guests can enjoy the games room, summerhouse and extensive grounds where children can safely play. Wheelchair friendly. 19 Main Street, Buckton, Bridlington YO15 1HU Tel: 01262 850296. Mobile: 07719 705113. Email: info@rockvillefarmcottages.co.uk No. of units: 4 | Prices from £250 to £700 (see website for details)

Old Waiting Rooms

www.oldwaitingrooms.co.uk

Victorian charm and modern comfort in unique railway station location only 2.5 miles from Filey and Coast. Short walk to village amenities. All trains stop at Hunmanby, • Ground floor accommodation • Open all year • Dogs welcome • Full weeks or short breaks The Old Station House, 1 Bridlington Road, Hunmanby, Filey YO14 0LR Tel: 01723 892426. Mobile: 07813 101320. Email: johnmon.bridge@btinternet.com No. of units: 1 | Prices from £250 to £350 per week

The White Owl Holiday Apartments

www.smoothhound.co.uk/hotels/whiteowl.html

Two tasteful, self-contained ground floor studio apartments in large, interesting, detached house. Both sleep 2/3. Ornamental garden with picnic tables and small summerhouse with views of the bay. Free car parking at rear. Pets welcome by arrangement. Free Wi-Fi. Station Road, Robin Hood’s Bay, North Yorkshire YO22 4RL Tel: 01947 880879. Mobile: 07838 498009. Email: higgins@whiteowlrhb.freeserve.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 2 | Prices from £230 to £300 per week. Daily rates & B&B also available.

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Gowland Farm Cottages offers visitors four charming self catering cottages, complete with heated swimming pool. Within the North Yorkshire Moors National Park these former Yorkshire stone farm buildings are ideal for Scarborough and Whitby. Gowland Farm, Gowland Lane, Cloughton, Scarborough YO13 0DU Tel: 01723 870924. Mobile: 07771 873488. Email: gowlandfarm@aol.com No. of units: 4 | Prices from £250 to £650

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Humble Bee Cottages

www.humblebeefarm.co.uk

Located on a working farm in Yorkshire Wolds with log-burning stoves, under floor heating and en-suite bedrooms. Two cottages have outdoor hot tubs with thatched gazebos. Beautifully presented. Dog and child friendly. Close to the Yorkshire Coast. Humble Bee Farm, Flixton, Scarborough YO11 3UJ Tel: 01723 890437. Email: info@humblebeefarm.co.uk No. of units: 3 | Prices from £375 to £925

High Barn Cottages

www.highbarncottages.co.uk

Luxury barn conversions, spacious, supremely comfortable, beautifully furnished, top quality beds and linen. Tranquil, private setting 2 miles from spectacular Heritage Coast. Secure off-road parking. Finalists 2015 Visit England Best Self Catering Provider. Treat yourself to somewhere really special. . High Barn, Newsham Hill Lane, Bempton YO16 6XE Tel: 01262 674932. Mobile: 07714 726675. Email: stay@fieldhousefarmcottages.co.uk No. of units: 5 | Prices from £560 to £896 per week

Woodside

www.maggiemartin.co.uk/woodside x x x x x

Luxury self catering, self contained cottage for 2, part of a larger house occupied by owners. Situated in idyllic setting, down a pretty lane next to Cloughton Woods. Quiet, peaceful, wonderful views. Good walking. Perfect hideaway. Close to Scarborough, coast and National Park. Quarry Close Cottage, Quarry Road, Burniston, Scarborough YO13 0DJ Tel: 01723 870660. Email: maggie@maggiemartin.co.uk No. of units: 1 | Prices from £180 to £350

High Oaks Grange

www.highoaksgrange.co.uk

High Oaks Grange offers luxury cottages and Scandinavian lodges on a beautiful 6 -acre estate in the North York Moors national park. Uniquely located only 1 mile from Pickering and Thornton-le-Dale for holidays and short breaks. Coming soon in 2017. Thornton Road, Pickering, North Yorkshire YO18 7JX Email: info@highoaksgrange.co.uk No. of units: 12

Coastal Towns & Villages Caravan & Camping

Humble Bee Farm Glamping

www.humblebeefarm.co.uk

Yorkshire Wolds working farm near Yorkshire Coast. Heated Wigwams (open all year, dogs permitted), Nomadic Yurts (May-Oct, no dogs). Ideal for couples or families. Hardstanding tourer pitches; non-ehu tent pitches. Two shower blocks, play area, farmyard gang and themed events. Humble Bee Farm, Flixton, Scarborough YO11 3UJ Tel: 01723 890437. Email: info@humblebeefarm.co.uk No. of pitches: 10 non EHU | No. of wigwams: 16 | No. of bell tents: 3 | No. of yurts: 4

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Blantyre Guest House

www.blantyreguesthouse.co.uk

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Overlooking Pembroke Gardens and South beach, close to the harbour, theatres and a short walk into town. Discounts available for senior citizens during May and June. Free WiFi. Free parking permits. Special offers for 4 night stays, excludes school holidays. 21 Pembroke Terrace, Bridlington YO15 3BX Tel: 01262 400660. Email: info@blantyreguesthouse.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 8 | Prices from £30 pppn

The Sandsend

www.thesandsendbridlington.co.uk

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The Sandsend is situated in the quiet & pleasant street of Sands Lane, opening directly onto North beach & the promenade. A short stroll will take you into the main town centre, to enjoy The Spa and new leisure centre and many other seaside attractions, or hop on the land train to enjoy Sewerby Hall Gardens. The Sandsend is a relaxed family run guest house that takes pride in our guests returning year after year. • All rooms en-suite

• Fully non-smoking

• Car parking

• Ground floor bedroom

• TV, tea coffee making

• Free WiFi

8 Sands Lane, Bridlington, East Yorkshire YO15 2JE Tel: 01262 673265. No. of bedrooms: 9 | Prices from £28 pppn to £30 pppn (4 night & 7 night offers)

Sunflower Lodge

www.sunflowerlodgebridlington.co.uk

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A family run B B offering beautiful rooms including two king rooms, one being luxury. Only 2 minutes to North Beach and 5 minutes from the shops and Harbour. Monday to Friday 4 night offers and good weekly rates. Free parking permits. 24 Flamborough Road, Bridlington, East Yorkshire YO15 2HX Tel: 01262 400447. Email: info@sunflowerlodgebridlington.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 7 | Prices from £32 to £70 per night, £180 to £400 per week

Longleigh Guesthouse

www.longleigh.com

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Longleigh is a small guesthouse where attention to detail and your enjoyment during your stay are very important to me. Parking permit supplied. Phone for available offers. Based on two sharing subject to availability . 12 Swanland Avenue, Bridlington, East Yorkshire YO15 2HH Tel: 01262 676234. Mobile: 07980 310777. Email: geraldineross@hotmail.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 3 | Prices from £58 to £65

The London Seafront

www.londonhotelbrid.co.uk

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The London is a family-run guest house, in one of the finest locations in Bridlington - the perfect position for you to enjoy your holiday, easy walking distance to the town centre. Sea views from all 15 en-suite rooms. Lift to all floors. Free WiFi. 1 Royal Crescent, Bridlington YO15 2PF Tel: 01262 675377. Email: londonhotelbrid@yahoo.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 15 | Prices from £40 to £45.50 pppn

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Not the cheapest – but one of the best...

arole and Bob Hillery extend a warm welcome to Spinnaker House. Situated on the sea front with panoramic views of South Bay. The Spa Theatre Complex and Harbour are only yards away through Pembroke Gardens, and the beach only a few yards beyond that. We are a real “home from home” and are dedicated to providing superb food – your comfort and enjoyment is our sole aim.

Conferences Welcome Pets welcome in bedrooms Family Ownership Same for over 37 years!

Pensioners especially welcome at very special prices. Please ask for a quote!

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Ground Floor Toilet Sea Views available All rooms en suite All rooms on two floors Ground floor en suite rooms Packed lunches available Relaxing garden sun patio

• Snack lunches on request • Choice of Menus • Own keys with access at all times • Reductions for children sharing • Guide Dogs welcome

• Pets welcome by arrangement • Full Fire Certificate • Bed/Breakfast or Bed/Breakfast and five course Dinner • Central Heating

Visit us at: www.spinnakerhouse.co.uk www.realyorkshire.co.uk 19 PEMBROKE TERRACE • BRIDLINGTON • YO15 3BX TEL: 01262 678440 EMAIL: spinnaker-hotel@btconnect.com

No. of bedrooms: 11 ensuite (3 with sea views) | Prices from £32 to £44 pppn

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A haven of peace overlooking the North beach & promenade In a unique position overlooking the beach and sea with panoramic views of the bay and of Flamborough Head Coast. Join us at the Expanse, your haven of peace and comfort, somewhere to relax and recharge, or maybe to use as your base to explore the area. The Expanse is a hotel with a feel all of its own. Partly this comes from our superb location, but mostly because, after 70 years ownership by the family that built it, you will find friendly old world courtesy combined with modern facilities. Renowned for being a haven of peace and comfort, the Expanse is situated on the sea promenade looking over the beautiful Bridlington Bay. Perfect to relax and recharge, or to use as a base for exploring the Yorkshire Heritage coast or the charming countryside nearby. The Expanse is in a quiet location out of the town, but the town centre with its picturesque harbour, shopping and entertainment is just a few minutes away. Children welcome from any age. Hotel Parking: Free car park to the rear of the hotel, spaces are not reserved. Secure parking underneath the hotel at £10 per night, subject to reservation prior to check in. Street Parking: Pay and display opposite the hotel, 1 hour free parking on the same side of the road as the hotel (Sunday free all-day) and free street parking available to the side and rear of the building.

theexpansehotel For our colour brochure and tariff and details of Short Breaks please contact reception

Bridlington’s highest graded hotel North Marine Drive • Bridlington YO15 2LS Telephone: (01262) 675347 Email: reservations@expanse.co.uk Facsimile: (01262) 604928

No. of bedrooms: 45 | Prices Daily BB £33-£89, Daily BB&EM £55-£110

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Built in 1880 for the town clerk of Beverley - Mr James Mills and family - the Three Gables has been sympathetically restored retaining its Victorian architecture together with modern day comforts. Friendly luxury accommodation, 2 minutes walk to harbour, beach, town centre and The Spa. • Free secure parking

• All rooms have Freeview, DVD & TVs

• WiFi

• Free tea/coffee available all day in the conservatory

• Ground floor bedrooms

• No steps on the ground floor

• All ensuite

• 5 star food hygiene rating

• Luxurious handmade beds twin, kingsize or superking

37 Windsor Crescent, Bridlington YO15 3HZ Tel: 01262 673826. Mobile: 07732 336246. Email: threegables@fsmail.net No. of bedrooms: 10 | Prices from £30

Rags Hotel, Bar & Restaurant

www.ragshotel.co.uk

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Rags is situated directly on the water’s edge with amazing harbour and sea views. Modern en-suite rooms with a large restaurant and bar. On site parking. Open all year and a great Yorkshire welcome. South Pier, Bridlington, East Yorkshire YO15 3AW Tel: 01262 400355 / 01262 674729. Email: rags.bridlington@gmail.com No. of bedrooms: 7 | Prices from £35 to £65 pppn

Providence Place Guest House

www.providenceplace.info

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We are disabled friendly in a quiet courtyard near Bridlington town centre just minutes from the North Promenade and within easy access to all the town’s attractions. We offer specially adapted rooms for the disabled and rooms for the able bodied guest. We aim to ensure that you enjoy your stay and join the majority of customers who return to stay again! • Ground floor rooms, walk-in showers

• TV and tea/coffee in rooms

• Adapted ensuite less abled room

• Central location in private setting

• No steps or ramps on ground floor

• Outdoor patio area - licensed

• Wheelchair accessible

• 3 minutes from beach

• Car park

• Door to door transportation arranged

• Evening meals (summer season only)

• Free WiFi

• Mobility scooters for hire

• Open year round (except Christmas and New Year)

• Stairlift

• Dogs welcome by prior arrangement

• Guest lounge and bar

11 North View Terrace, Bridlington YO15 2QP Tel: 01262 603840 Email: enquiries@providenceplace.info No.of bedrooms: 6 | Prices from £30 to £50 per person

Swandale Guest House

www.swandaleguesthouse.co.uk

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All rooms have tea-making facilities, flat screen televisions, safes for your valuables, dressing gowns, complimentary toiletries and hairdryers. All dietary requirements are catered for; we are proud to be highly commended by the Free From Eating Out Awards. 11 Swanland Avenue, Bridlington, East Yorkshire YO15 2HH Tel: 01262 424857. Email: info@swandaleguesthouse.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 8 | Prices from £30 to £95

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BAY RIDGE …an experience in real hospitality Warm and friendly welcome Renowned for excellent home-cooked, locally sourced food, including breakfast and four course evening meal 15 rooms, with three on the ground floor Single, double, twin and family rooms All rooms are tastefully furnished, central heated with ensuite, free wi-fi and flat screen TV Lounge bar area is open all day, serving draught beers and bar snacks Rear garden with seasonal flowers and patio area Conference delegates and group bookings welcome On-site parking Stairlift to first floor Scooter hire and docking station

7 NIGHTS DBB £300pp

Please call us to make your reservation: 01262

673425 or email: bayridgehotel@aol.com

Visit our virtual tour on www.bayridgehotel.co.uk 11/13 Summerfield Road, Bridlington YO15 3LF No. of bedrooms: 15 | Prices from £36 daily, £50.00 daily BB&EM

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Rivendell

www.rivendellhotel.net

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4 star professionally run guesthouse which over the last 15 years has built an enviable reputation for quality accommodation and fine cuisine. We are situated approximately 100 yards from the North beach and a short stroll from the town centre, • Fabulous dinner and breakfast menus • Attractive gardens • Private car park

• A warm welcome will ensure that your stay with us will be one that you want to repeat

19 Sands Lane, Bridlington YO15 2JG Tel: 01262 679189. Email: rivendellhotel@hotmail.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 6 | Prices from £30 to £34 pppn

Etherleigh Guest House

www.etherleigh.co.uk

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Central location, close to all amenities. Non smoking. Central heating throughout. On-site parking. Welcoming atmosphere. Home cooking using local suppliers. Most rooms en-suite. Licensed bar. Short walk to Bus/Train station. No Pets. Ironing facilities, WiFi. Secure cycle storage. 13 Wellington Road, Bridlington YO15 2BA Tel: 01262 673583. Mobile: 07976 809131. Email: info@etherleigh.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 7 | Prices from £27 to £33 pppn

Victoria House

www.vhbb.co.uk

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A well established family run B&B in Bridlington, near to the railway station and only a few minutes walk to the shops, harbour, SPA Theatre Complex and beaches. Ground floor rooms, 2 bedroom family rooms. 25-27 Victoria Road, Bridlington YO15 2AT Tel: 01262 673871. Fax: 0872 110 7571. Email: contact@vhbb.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 12 | Prices from £30 to £110

Park View

www.park-view-bridlington.co.uk

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Situated in a superb location on the North Side of Bridlington, opposite lovely flower gardens, and with easy access to the Town Centre and all amenities. Fully licensed and Family run and with a reputation for high standards of hospitality, comfort and homeliness. • A two minute walk to the sandy beaches, seafront promenades and a five minute walk to the town centre and harbour.

• Free Wi-Fi available.

• Centrally heated throughout.

• Serving a High Standard of good quality food including Breakfast and Excellent Home-Cooked Evening Meals.

• Spacious Dining Room and Sun-lounge.

• Close to Bridlington Spa.

• TV Lounge and well stocked Bar.

• Open all year round except for Christmas.

• Tastefully decorated throughout with a choice of spacious Premium, Double, Twin-bedded and Family rooms all with en-suite facilities.

• Private Parking and Permits for guests.

• Flat Screen TV, Tea and Coffee making facilities in all rooms. TURKEY TINSEL BREAKS IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER

9-11 Tennyson Avenue, Bridlington YO15 2EU Tel: 01262 672140. Email: info@park-view-bridlington.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 11 | Prices B&B £33 to £39 pppn

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The Royal Bridlington

www.royalhotelbrid.co.uk

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The Royal Bridlington is ideally situated just out of the centre of Bridlington yet only around 1 yards from the beautiful South Beach. We have parking for seven vehicles on our forecourt and Shaftesbury Road is free parking. Situated in a superb location, near The Spa, beach and harbour. All our 18 rooms are en-suite, most with sea view. All our rooms have TV/DVD/Freeview, CD radio alarm, hairdryer, tea/coffee making facilities, safe and WiFi. Self catering is also available. • Excellent food & generous portions

• Open all year

• Fully licensed bar with draught beer

• Patchwork, Sewing & Craft workshops & retreats, Longarm Quilting - www.quiltsandwich.co.uk

• Tranquil enclosed garden • Large dance floor • Sequence & line dance holidays • Meeting facilities

• Ground floor rooms • Mobility scooter docking station • Secure storage available for golf clubs and cycles

• Golfers welcome We also offer... GREAT YOR SHIRE GOLF BREA S - www.yorkshirecoastgolf.co.uk Stay play on the beautiful Yorkshire Coast. Arrange it all with just a single phone call. Groups welcome. Telephone Tim on 01262 672433.

1 Shaftesbury Road, Bridlington YO15 3NP Tel: 01262 672433. Fax: 01262 672118. Email: info@royalhotelbrid.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 18 | Prices from £38

Chatley Court

www.chatleycourt.co.uk

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Situated in a central position, one minute from the harbour and South beach. The bus and train station are also nearby. All of our rooms are en-suite with colour TV’s and tea and coffee making facilities. Pool open 1 am - 5pm, 1.5 per person per day. Max people Residents only. PENSIONERS’ SPECIAL 1 Week Bed & Breakfast from £130, between November and March. • Discounts for OAPs

• Family Rooms

• Non Smoking Rooms

• Evening Meals

• Stairlift to First Floor

• Great Home Cooked Food

• Car Park at Rear*

• Indoor Swimming Pool*

• Licensed Bar

Indoor heated pool car park subject to availability

54-56 Windsor Crescent, Bridlington YO15 3JA Tel: 01262 674666. Email: info@chatleycourt.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 11 | Prices from Daily BB £27 to £30, Daily BB&EM £35 to £38, Weekly BB&EM £250 Prices for OAP’s: Daily BB £27, Weekly BB £175, Weekly BB&EM £240 | Off season (November-February) £140 per week

Southdowne

www.thesouthdowne.co.uk

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Superbly appointed detached B&B. Wonderfully situated, it has the premier position on the South seafront, overlooking the beach with uninterrupted views of the bay from Hornsea in the South to Flamborough Head to the North. All rooms are en-suite with TV, tea/coffee and WiFi. 78 South Marine Drive, Bridlington YO15 3NS Tel: 01262 673270. Mobile: 07881 657973. Email: southdownebridlington@gmail.com No. of bedrooms: 6 | Prices from £70 to £80 per room

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Royal Court Apartments

Our Apartments have been furnished to a very high standard. These luxurious properties enjoy an enviable position directly on the sea front on the select south side of town. Each apartment commands spectacular views of the South Bay.

LUXURY FIVE STAR & FOUR STAR HOLIDAY HOMES

• All apartments with en-suite bedrooms and fully equipped kitchens

• Living rooms and bedrooms with plasma TV’s

• Spacious and tastefully decorated

• Bookable car parking available

• 50 yards from the Spa complex

• Private large sea front balconies

• Wireless broadband available

• 2 or 3 bedroomed apartments

www.theroyalcourtapartments.co.uk 50 South Marine Drive, Bridlington YO15 3JJ

T. 01262 604024 M. 07539 213107 E. royalcourt@me.com

No. of units: 5 | Prices from £420 to £870

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Helena Holiday Flats

www.helenaholidayflats-bridlington.vpweb.co.uk

We have four clean and comfortable self catering apartments on the south shore of Bridlington, within a 2 minute stroll of the beach, harbour and town centre. • We can accommodate 1-6 people in our individual apartments.

• Each apartment has their own keys so you can come and go as you please.

• All are totally self contained and fully equipped for your needs.

• We have free wi-fi throughout.

• We have 2 ground floor apartments, all are central heated.

• We provide free parking for the duration of your stay. • We offer a ‘collect from home’ service.

36 Windsor Crescent, Bridlington YO15 3HY Tel: 0800 093 5071 / 01262 674859. Mobile: 07703 329901 Email: helenaholidayflats.bridlington@hotmail.com No. of units: 4 | Prices from £120 to £420 per week

East Coast Holiday Cottages

www.eastcoastholidaycottages.co.uk

Shangrila, Sewerby - Detatched bunglaow two minutes from the sea. Sleeps 4 adults, enclosed sunny garden, drive for 2 cars, conservatory, patio, heating and bed linen included. Good walking area near Sewerby park. Novelty train to Bridlington. 23 Scarborough Crescent, Bridlington YO16 7PA Tel: 01262 601543. Mobile: 07801 013944. Email: eastcoastholidaycottages@hotmail.com No. of units: 2 | Prices from £295 to £595

Rialto

www.rialto-bridlington.co.uk

You will enjoy a warm welcome when you stay in our well cared for flats. Perfect for relaxing and just a stone’s throw from the north beach and easy walking distance to town centre. Parking for every flat is a massive bonus, especially in the popular warmer months. Early booking is recommended as we fill up very quickly so call us now to find out more. We look forward to meeting you, Ian & Sharon. • Ample private car parking with CCTV • Free Wifi • All inclusive price including bedlinen, towels & electric

• All self-contained flats • Pet friendly (small extra charge) • Superb location (close to new East Riding Leisure Bridlington

65 Trinity Road, Bridlington, East Yorkshire YO15 2HF Tel: 01262 677653. Mobile: 07787 524757. Email: mail@rialto-bridlington.co.uk No. of units: 4 | Prices from £28 pp to £495 pw

Marina View Holiday Apartments

www.marinaviewbridlington.co.uk

Overlooking Bridlington’s South Beach, Geoff and Lynda invite you to come and enjoy the freedom of a self-catering apartment holiday, at Marina View Holiday Apartments. Your holiday ‘home-from-home’... by the sea! • Premier seafront location

• Low season short breaks/long weekends

• Panoramic sea views

• Family friendly

• Close to spa, Harbour, beach and town centre

• Three individual, comfortable, well-equipped suites of rooms

• Open all year • Parking permits for guests

• Each apartment a whole floor! • Digital T.V. Channels and Wi-fi

4 Pembroke Terrace, Bridlington YO15 3BX Tel: 01262 676565. Mob: 07931 267821 Email: enquiries@marinaviewbridlington.co.uk No. of units: 3 | Prices from £120 per week p/a to £525 per week p/a

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Relax in a home from home...

ALEXAND X E L P M RA CO

The Alexandra Complex self catering apartments allow you to enjoy a quiet location with easy access to the beach, while still being close to the town centre and local amenities. The apartments overlook the seafront and the Bowling Green. Enjoy pleasant views over the North Bay and beyond including Flamborough Head and the Heritage Coast.

Each flat is well equipped with: Colour TV • Cooker • Fridge • Microwave • Toaster • Electric kettle • Bed linen is provided • Hot water & Heating The Alexandra Complex offers: • Various suites suitable for 2-4 people OPEN • Resident’s lounge and private conservatory ALL • Stair lifts to all floors • Free car parking YEAR • Food served by our on site chef

4 Alexandra Drive, Bridlington YO15 2HZ • Tel: 01262 672603 • Email: holiday@alexandracomplex.co.uk

www.alexandracomplex.co.uk No. of units: 7 | Prices from £160 to £430

HEMSLEY HOLIDAY FLATS Enjoy a quiet location & great sea views...

OPEN ALL YEAR Hemsley Holiday Flats enjoy a quiet location on a private road with its own parking facilities. The flats overlook the North side sea front, bowling green and Flamborough Head and are situated close to the shops, cafes and Bridlington’s Leisure World. Accommodation is for 2-5 persons and is selfcontained with fridge, cooker, colour TV and heating in all rooms. Scooter and wheelchair charging up facilities. Scooter hire available.

Each flat is well equipped with: • Colour TV • Cooker • Fridge • Toaster • Microwave • Electric kettle • Hot water & Heating • Bed linen is provided Ground floor, disabled friendly, 4 star bungalow and resident’s lounge. 5 Alexandra Drive, Bridlington YO15 2HZ • Resident’s lounge and private conservatory T: 01262 672603 • Free car parking E: holiday@hemsleyholidayflats.co.uk • Dogs welcome by arrangement www.hemsleyholidayflats.co.uk • Food served by our on site chef

No. of units: 6 | Prices from £160 to £450

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Pembroke House Apartments

www.pembrokehouseapartments.co.uk

Mary Allan look forward to making your stay unforgettable If you’ve tried the rest, now try the best! • Superb seafront location • 2 Ground floor apartments • Free WiFi • Mobility scooter for hire • All apartments are self contained • Free parking permits 18 Pembroke Terrace, Bridlington YO15 3BX Tel: 01262 677376. Mob: 07706 077595. Email: ampembroke@hotmail.co.uk No. of units: 3 | Prices from £265 (Low season) to £455 (High season)

Apartments @ The Expanse

www.expanse.co.uk

In a unique position overlooking the beach and sea with panoramic views of the bay and of Flamborough Head Coast. Join us at the Expanse, your haven of peace and comfort, somewhere to relax and recharge, or maybe to use as your base to explore the area. The Expanse is a hotel with a feel all of its own. Partly this comes from our superb location, but mostly because, after years ownership by the family that built it, you will find friendly old world courtesy combined with modern facilities. Renowned for being a haven of peace and comfort, the Expanse is situated on the sea promenade looking out over the beautiful Bridlington Bay. Perfect to relax and recharge, or to use as a base for exploring the Yorkshire Heritage coast or the charming countryside nearby. The Expanse is in a quiet location out of the town, but the town centre with its picturesque harbour, shopping and entertainment is just a few minutes away.

North Marine Drive, Bridlington YO15 2LS Tel: 01262 675347. Email: reservations@expanse.co.uk No. of units: 6 | Prices from £195 to £900

Pride-N-Joy

www.pride-n-joy.co.uk

Pride-N- oy is a ground floor Star rated, self-catering holiday apartment, just minutes’ walk from the sea front with its award-winning beach. Modified to be wheelchair friendly, giving excellent access to those with physical limitations, but not exclusive. The establishment is accredited with a National Accessible Scheme rate/level Mobility M A Assisted wheelchair users, the highest in Bridlington. The apartment sleeps 1-4 people, which can be configured as two double beds, or one double bed and two single beds. The bathing and toilet area are constructed as a wet room, with shower for ease of use, the wet room gives full wheelchair access and is fitted with the full complement of grab rails and drop down seating. Additional aids can be loaned or hired, like Mobility Scooter/s, Invacare Birdie Hoist (Max Load 170kg), Toilet Seat Extension and an ‘Under Mattress Fire’ alarm for the Deaf, etc..

Flat 1, 24 Trinity Road, Bridlington Tel: 0114 360 1145. Email: admin@pride-n-joy.co.uk No. of units: 1 | Prices £170 to £430pw

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Carlton Apartments

www.carltonapartments.co.uk

The Carlton is the ideal alternative to a hotel. • Lift to upper floors. • Studio and 1 bedroom apartments sleeping 2.

• All apartments have king-size beds. Twin beds in second bedrooms in 2 bedroom apartments.

• 2 bedroom apartment sleeping 2 adults + 2 children up to 16yrs.

• Fitted kitchens including dishwashers. • Parking permits provided free of charge.

• Lower Ground Floor Family Apartment sleeping 2 adults + 2 children up to 12yrs.

• Complimentary WiFi.

• Penthouse Apartment especially designed for that romantic break for two.

• Sea views.

• Totally non-smoking.

6 The Crescent, Bridlington YO15 2NX Tel: 01262 672807. Email: info@carltonapartments.co.uk No. of units: 6 | Prices from £311 to £640

Sunnyside Holiday Apartments We have 3 newly refurbished Self Catering Apartments on the South side of Bridlington, minutes walk away from the beach, harbour and town centre. • We can accommodate 1-6 people in our individual apartments

• Free WiFi throughout

• All the apartments are fully equipped to make your stay as comfortable as possible

30 Windsor Crescent, Bridlington, East Yorkshire YO15 3HY Tel: 01262 352831. Mobile: 07714 765934. Email: sunnyside.apartments@hotmail.com No. of units: 3 | Prices £170 to £440

Fountain House

www.fountainhouseholidayflats.co.uk

Ideally situated close to harbour and shops. Just 35 yards from the North beach (only one minute walk). Flats sleep 1-6 people and most having a sea view. Ground floor flats are available. Sorry no pets. 4 Marlborough Terrace, Bridlington YO15 2PA Tel: 01262 604850. Email: fountainhouse@hotmail.co.uk No. of units: 7 | Prices from £105 to £440

Marina Holiday Apartments

www.marinaholidayapartmentsbridlington.co.uk

• Near the harbour, seafront, Spa Centre shops • 4 apartments sleeping between 2-6 persons • Ground floor flat available • Wheelchair accessible • Short breaks available • Free WiFi and free 24/ on street parking permits included • Open all year Marina Holiday Apartments: 31 Windsor Crescent, Bridlington YO15 3HX Tel: 07980 866454. Email: marinaholidays@hotmail.co.uk No. of units: 4 | Prices from £220 to £550

Ellwyn Holiday Flats

www.ellwynapartmentsbrid.vpweb.co.uk

All flats are fully equipped. Town centre accommodation, close to shops, Spa venue and beach. Good sized family bedrooms available. First and second floors accessed via stairs. Ground floor has 2 steps down to the kitchen. 47 Wellington Rd, Bridlington YO15 2AX Tel: 01262 606598. Mob: 07796 588434. Email: sandsbb@aol.com No. of units: 4 | Prices from £110 to £420

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Ash-Lee / Puffin Apartments

www.ashlee-apartments.co.uk

Ash-Lee Holiday Apartments - Situated close to shops and beach, sleeps 2-6 and have own toilet and shower. Parking on forecourt or road permits. Pu n Flats - Situated close to town centre self contained ground floor flats. Free road permits . 4 Vernon Road, Bridlington YO15 2HQ Tel: 01262 400485. Mobile: 07743 415924. Email: enquiries@ashlee-apartments.co.uk No. of units: Ash-Lee 6 / Puffin 2 | Prices from £190 to £395

Sewerby Hall Cottages

www.sewerbyhall.co.uk

Formerly gatehouses and lodge to the Grade 1 listed Georgian House of Sewerby Hall, these award-winning period properties have been carefully restored to a very good standard, resulting in three unique detached holiday cottages. Customers who are staying at Sewerby Hall Cottages also receive access to the estate (gardens, house, zoo) plus discount on selected items in the cafe and shop. The house has been recently restored with its impressive historic interiors and nationally important furniture which is on loan from the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. The 50 acres of grounds include award-winning landscaped gardens and numerous woodland walks, home to a huge variety of wildlife. Children will love the fascinating collection of animals in the zoo. The traditional resort of Bridlington appeals to all ages: • Bustling harbour • Historic Old Town

• The Spa Bridlington • plus miles of sandy beaches

Book direct with Sewerby Hall and Gardens or alternatively via www.cottages.com*

Booking direct is subject to availability, terms and conditions apply.

Church Lane, Sewerby, Bridlington YO15 1EA Tel: 01262 673769 Email: sewerby.hall@eastriding.gov.uk No. of units: 3

Daisy Chain Holidays

www.daisychainholidays.co.uk

• Superb location in Sewerby Village • 2 bungalows each sleeping 2 to 6 • Level access • Parking • Sea views • Private enclosed gardens & patio • Heating, linen & towels included • Open all year • Short breaks available • No Smoking Daisy Chain Holidays, Sewerby Road, Sewerby, Bridlington YO15 3NP Tel: 01262 608611 No. of units: 2 | Prices from £270 to £650 pw

Field House Farm Cottages

www.fieldhousefarmcottages.co.uk

Discover our tranquil countryside setting between Sewerby and Bempton. Spectacular Flamborough Head is nearby. Enjoy quality, warmth and comfort within six award-winning cottages, equipped to the very highest standard. Long established family business. Owners live on-site. Secure off-road parking. Jewison Lane, Sewerby, Bridlington YO16 6YG Tel: 01262 674932. Mob: 07714 726675. Email: stay@fieldhousefarmcottages.co.uk No. of units: 6 | Prices from £385 to £900 per week

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South Cliff C A R AVA N P A R K BRIDLINGTON

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www.southcliff.co.uk • Tel (01262) 671051 South Cliff Caravan Park, Pioneer Road, Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire YO15 3QN

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Family-Friendly & Licensed Fish and Chip Restaurant and Take Away in Whitby

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JUST NOT LIKE ANY WATERPARK YOU’VE SEEN BEFORE

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