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welcome

You won’t find a warmer welcome anywhere than on the North Yorkshire Coast and across the North York Moors.

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Everyone loves to be beside the seaside…

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Get out and about in some of the world’s most beautiful landscapes.

10 cuisine

We’ve so much more than fish and chips (but they’re delicious, too!)

14 culture

World-beating theatre, vibrant live music, great art and architecture, and more…

18 scarborough

Britain's first seaside resort has two fantastic bays and is brimming with things to see and do.

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A beautiful sandy beach, clifftop views, rock pools and nature trails are just some of the gems this traditional Edwardian seaside town has to offer.

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Experience Whitby's endless charm, and you'll want to come back time and time again.

north york moors

Unspoilt moorland, ancient landmarks, picture-perfect villages – the North York Moors is a special place.

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coastal villages

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Winding cobbled streets, brooding coastal cliffs and untouched harbours.

maritime heritage

Explore our long and rich maritime history.

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Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information detailed in this guide, Scarborough Borough Council cannot accept responsibility for any errors and omissions nor any consequences arising from use of this guide. All information is correct at time of going to press. Photography credits: Tony Bartholomew, Richard Burdon, Pat Lyttle, Richard Wood, Brian Smith and John Bates.

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family fun

From thrills and spills to good old-fashioned family activities – they’ll never be bored.

events & festivals

Check out this year's varied programme of events and festivals.

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A wide variety of natural environments play host to creatures great and small.

where to stay

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Everyone likes to be beside the British seaside. Whether you’re looking to create happy memories on a family bucket-and-spade holiday, stretch yourself with some challenging watersports, or simply relax and enjoy the great outdoors with a spot of walking or nature-watching, you’ll find what you’re looking for on the glorious Yorkshire Coast.

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Explore rock pools on the Yorkshire Coast

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our varied coast The Yorkshire Coast offers plenty of variety when you’re looking for a centre for your holiday, from the gentler sands to the south to the impossibly pretty villages scattered along the cliffs of the north. The bigger resorts offer Edwardian tranquillity at Filey, glamour, glitz and nightlife in Scarborough, and Gothic splendour in Whitby. And dotted in between, you’ll find dozens of villages offering the very best of the coast, with great surfing at Cayton Bay, history at Ravenscar and Runswick Bay, art unlimited at Staithes – and golden beaches all the way.

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water features We’re an island nation, so it’s natural that we have an affinity with the sea, whether young or old – who doesn’t love getting their toes wet on a warm day with a paddle or a spot of gentle wave jumping? Our many Quality Coast Award-winning beaches mean you can safely swim in the seas off here, too. And for those looking for something that bit more challenging, try surfing, sailing, kayaking, paddle boarding or even coasteering, a thrilling physical adventure that can involve jumping, diving, climbing, canyoning, swimming and more!

For information on beach safety and bathing water quality


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Cayton surfing

messing about in boats It’s the perfect way to spend a day, whether you fancy a bit of fishing or just a relaxing pleasure cruise. You’ll find plenty of opportunities to take to the open sea on the Yorkshire Coast, in speedboats and historic pleasure cruisers that served at Dunkirk, on fishing boats for deepsea angling or specialist nature daytrippers to see seals and whales. And if you don’t have the sea legs, you can still get up close and personal with the inhabitants of the deep with a bit of rock-pooling or crabbing, all safely on dry land.

everlasting sands There’s a beach for every taste along the great Yorkshire Coast, from golden crescents of perfect

please refer to the information boards within each destination.

Scarborough North Bay

soft sand just begging to be made into sandcastles to craggy rock-pool palaces stuffed with magical sea creatures. Bring your kite or your beach ball, your bucket and spade, your sporting gear or your fossil hammer. Or simply slap on the sun cream, pull up a deckchair, and… relax.

the great outdoors Beaches aren’t just for building sandcastles – they offer expansive freedom of a sort you just don’t get inland, along with a healthy dose of ozone-fresh air. Feel at one with nature as you stroll along the sands, perhaps with your favourite four-legged friend at your side. You’ll be guaranteed to see plenty of birdlife, and you might just be lucky and spot a seal or a porpoise, too.

PRODUCER, THE RUNAWAYS

I was lucky enough to be part of the wonderful and generous community of Whitby for six weeks while we filmed our feature film The Runaways – during that time the crew and I were amazed at the generosity, friendliness, and spirit of the people on this coast. It was an amazing experience and the beautiful backdrop has given our film a unique aesthetic that can't be found anywhere else in the country. I truly hope that the film does Whitby and its people justice.

“A wonderful and generous community”

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With one of the UK’s most-visited National Parks at its heart, our region can proudly lay claim to some of the country’s best-loved countryside, from tranquil, leafy lanes, majestic forests and the wild and eternally unchanging landscapes of the North York Moors. Whether you’re looking for action adventures to make your heart thud, or a spot of relaxing downtime, the Yorkshire Coast and beyond has it all.

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a walker’s paradise

on your bike

It’s officially one of the best forms of exercise, and you don’t need a lot of complicated equipment to do it. Serious hiker, rambler who enjoys time to stop and stare, or just want a gentle stroll in gorgeous surroundings? This region offers a huge diversity of options, from a clifftop path with spectacular sea views to forest trails and moorland hikes.

Over the last few years, Yorkshire has really taken cycling to its heart. In 2014, the county was the venue for the Grand Départ of the Tour de France, an event described by its French director as the ‘grandest’ in the race’s 111-year-old history. Subsequently, and now one of the UK’s biggest races, the UCI-approved Tour de Yorkshire has become a national favourite and generates interest worldwide.

The North York Moors National Park offers guided walks, some of them themed, and an annual walking festival (there’s another in Rosedale). There’s a variety of national routes crossing the area, including the new England Coast Path, part of the world’s longest managed and waymarked coastal path, and the Cleveland Way National Trail. Dalby Forest offers woodland walking trails for all abilities. And, of course, Alfred Wainwright, possibly the most famous walker of them all, chose to end his Coast to Coast Walk at Robin Hood’s Bay, where weary participants traditionally dip their booted feet in the North Sea.

But you don’t have to be Bradley Wiggins to enjoy cycling in North Yorkshire. There are road and off-road routes to suit all abilities right across the area, with dozens of cycle-friendly B&Bs and hotels, cycle hire options, cycling shops and guided tours.

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Dalby Forest is well-known for its wide variety of colour-coded mountain bike routes for everyone from beginners to UCI World Cup standard – you can even volunteer to get involved in trail building. The North York Moors National Park and the Yorkshire Coast offers downloadable cycle routes for beginners, families and experienced riders, and the Moor to Sea Cycle Network is 150 miles including quiet roads and

The Scarborough to Whitby Cinder Track

Leavening Brow & Kirkham Gorge Route

Moor to Sea Cycle Network

Dalby Forest Loop Cycle Route

Littlebeck and Hawsker Explorer

Rosedale railway ride

jim bailey

CHAIR OF NORTH YORK MOORS NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY The North York Moors is a National Park of great beauty and contrast, from the roar of the sea to serene rivers in patchwork valleys and from vast open moorland to intimate ancient forests. This unique mix of habitats supports a huge array of wildlife, as well as providing a rich and diverse countryside for recreation. As a local farmer and Chairman of the Authority, I am privileged to be part of these living, working landscapes; helping to ensure they are well cared for now, and will be here for everyone to enjoy for years to come.

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pure escapism traffic-free sections on a variety of inspiring routes. for more information go to DiscoverYorkshireCoast.com and northyorkmoors.org.uk

Cleveland Way National Trail/ England Coast Path Levisham Moor and the Hole of Horcum

horseplay

Ravenscar to Robin Hood's Bay

It seems like a romantic dream of perfect freedom – galloping along a wide open beach with the wind in your hair. Not necessarily a dream: some of our most beautiful beaches welcome horses and their riders. For more gentle horseback adventures, the North York Moors National Park has over 800km of bridleways to choose from, including woodlands, disused railway tracks, bridleways and peaceful country lanes. They recommend downloadable day rides devised by Ride Yorkshire. The Forestry Commission also has an extensive network of riding tracks in glorious woodland at Dalby, Cropton, Harwood Dale, Broxa and Langdale.

the spirit of adventure Fancy something a bit more adrenaline-fuelled – perhaps with a bird’s-eye view of the glorious North Yorkshire countryside? Dalby’s Go Ape offers the opportunity to live life adventurously, with a tree top adventure course complete with Tarzan swings, rope ladders and zip wires across a plunging valley, and an all-terrain forest Segway route.

Sutton Bank White Horse Walk Esk Valley Walk Helmsley to Rievaulx Abbey

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Also in the forest, Dalby Activity Centre provides action-packed days out including paintballing and airsoft skirmish games alongside more traditional activities such as archery and orienteering.

village charm You’ll be tired out after all that funfilled activity – or perhaps you just prefer the quieter life. Enjoy a visit to one of the many delightful country villages and market towns that are scattered across our coast and countryside, packed with independent shops and restaurants, galleries and craft workshops, historic houses and churches. Visit one of the five Ryedale market towns – Helmsley, Pickering, Kirkbymoorside, Malton or Norton – and you'll have easy access to both coast and countryside, including the Wolds and the North York Moors National Park, both studded with fascinating communities. The Cleveland Way ●

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The Yorkshire Coast is famous for its fish and chips, of course – but there’s so much more to tempt you in this part of the world. High teas, fine dining, coffee culture, on-trend street food – you’ll find them all on the delicious Yorkshire Coast. We don’t skimp on our portions, either…

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Staithes Sandsend Robin Hood's Bay

Ravenscar Kirkbymoorside Helmsley

The North Yorkshire Coast offers the best of everything for the keen food lover – the freshest fish, obviously, but also world-class produce from the many farms in the verdant Vale of Pickering and superb game from the North York Moors.

Whether you’re a keen cook or prefer to eat out, here on the Yorkshire Coast you’ll find something irresistible every day of the week, and for every meal of the day. Whether you enjoy fine dining in a candlelit restaurant or prefer fish and chips from the paper on a breezy beach; tea and cake, or fine beers, wines and spirits – we’ll make you welcome!

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Seafest, Scarborough

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fine dining

cool and stylish

Did you know that Yorkshire has more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other region outside London – and two of them are in our region? The Black Swan at Oldstead is the home of Britain’s youngest star holder, Tommy Banks, who’ll be familiar to fans of the BBC’s Great British Menu; while Andrew Pern’s Star at Harome has recently been joined by sister restaurant the Star Inn The Harbour at Whitby.

If relaxed eating is your style, visit Scarborough’s welcoming Eat Me Café – yet again voted as a Local Gem in the 2018 Good Food Guide for the fourth year in a row – or one of many laid-back, bistro-style venues in the area, including Rusty Shears in Whitby, Chapter One Bistro in Malton and Olivers On The Mount in Scarborough.

Add in the award-winning Lanterna in Scarborough (recently chosen by the Daily Telegraph as one of the UK’s top Italian restaurants); Estbek House at Sandsend, winner of the 2017 White Rose Award for Inns & Restaurants with Rooms, and the Hare Inn at Scawton, and even the most discerning gourmet will be spoiled for choice.

Whisky, from Yorkshire? Yes, you read that right – and you can now experience a distillery tour without having to go all the way to Scotland at the Spirit of Yorkshire Distillery in Hunmanby, where the first whisky to be produced in the county will be ready in a couple of years’ time. Prefer cooking to drinking? Sign up at the vibrant, state-of-the-art Malton Cookery School.

the nation’s favourite Delicious and healthy, seafood has never been more popular. We can boast some of the best fish and chips in the country: Whitby’s Magpie Café is justly world famous, while Fusco’s Quayside, also in Whitby, is a recent winner of the national title of fish and chip shop of the year. Meanwhile, Scarborough’s Golden Grid was recently voted one of the UK’s top 10 fish restaurants by readers of the Daily Express and Daily Mirror.

food festivals

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I was born and bred in Whitby and I lived along the Esk Valley. I started my culinary education at the former Scarborough Technical Catering College, which stood me in good stead to work in France, then came back to cook the fantastic ‘fruits’ of the North Sea! It’s always a pleasure to work with such brilliant local produce at our Michelinstarred number 1 gastropub The Star Inn at Harome, and other restaurants, including our new place in Whitby.

“The fantastic fruits of the North Sea”

cheers! There’s nothing nicer after a busy day’s sightseeing – or even sitting on a beach – than a drink or two with friends and family. We make some great beers and spirits in this area – try the former from the Bay Town Brewery in Robin Hood’s Bay, the Scarborough Brewery, or the Great Yorkshire Brewery at Cropton; and if gin’s your thing, try our hedgerow version – sloe gin from Sloemotion in Malton.

Everyone loves a good food festival, and there’s no shortage around here. Malton has established itself as the county’s food capital – its annual spring Food Lover’s Festival attracts top names from the culinary world, as does its autumn Harvest Festival, which focuses on game and seafood. There are excellent regular food festivals in Filey, while Scarborough’s annual Seafest in July features demonstrations from the area’s top chefs, and a brand new food and drink festival will be held on the town’s seafront in May 2018. Check out pages 36 to 41 for more. DiscoverYorkshireCoast.com

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Looking for world-beating theatre, vibrant live music, great art and architecture, historic houses and fascinating museums to while away a few happy hours? You’ll find it all on the Yorkshire Coast. Artists and creatives have traditionally settled around Britain’s coastline, and no more so than in North Yorkshire, which is home to some of the best culture on offer in the UK today, all year round, whatever the weather.

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paul robinson ARTISTIC DIRECTOR, STEPHEN JOSEPH THEATRE, SCARBOROUGH

When I moved from London to Scarborough two years ago, I knew that this part of the country had a rich cultural life: but I had no idea just how rich it was. Up and down this glorious coastline and inland across the beautiful North York Moors National Park, there’s a huge amount of wonderful work going on – art, music, filmmaking, photography – and a wide and exciting range of festivals and events to celebrate them. And it goes without saying, of course, that the area offers some of the very best in world theatre!

If you enjoy a breath of fresh air with your music, try Scarborough's spectacular Open Air Theatre which attracts some of the biggest names in music, including, in 2018, Steps, Gary Barlow, Alfie Boe and more, or for classical fans, the glorious Sun Court at Scarborough’s Spa. Whitby’s Pavilion hosts regular musical events including the UK’s biggest indoor annual world music festival, Musicport, each autumn. There’s a vibrant live music scene around the many pubs and clubs in the area. And, of course, there are festivals galore – see pages 40 & 41 for more.

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Still not had enough? Just take a wander around any one of our coastal towns and villages, and you’ll stumble across so many fascinating stories, including the jet industry in Whitby, the fishing heritage of Filey, and tales of smuggling in Robin Hood’s Bay.

museum piece Two of our museums are famous for their geological collections – Whitby Museum, and Scarborough’s Rotunda, which last year won a prestigious award from the Geological Society.

You’ll also find the fascinating Captain Cook Memorial Museum in Whitby, in a house where the great man once lodged; Eden Camp near Malton, covering British military and social history from 1914 onwards; Scarborough is famous around the world and the Maritime Heritage Centre for the Stephen Joseph Theatre, with its in Scarborough. More general is long association with Alan Ayckbourn. the volunteer-run Filey Museum, in a charming white-washed 17th There are great shows, too, at the century building. town’s Spa, which attracts the biggest names in comedy, music and more; and at the local YMCA. And the Spa’s sister theatre, Whitby Pavilion, is home to Great permanent collections and events ranging from amateur dramatics regularly changing exhibitions can be to the headline acts all year round. found at both Whitby’s Pannett Art Filey's welcoming Evron Centre is Gallery and Scarborough Art Gallery. home to a varied programme of music, There are plenty of small independent drama and film throughout the year. galleries in the towns and villages up and down the coast.

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We can safely say that history lovers will be in seventh heaven on the Yorkshire Coast and surrounding area. Here’s a start: Scarborough Castle, Whitby Abbey, the Rotunda Museum, Castle Howard, Rievaulx Abbey…

And remarkably, once a year, one of our most famous villages is entirely transformed into one big art gallery for the Staithes Festival of Arts and Heritage.


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Scarborough has been a popular holiday destination for over 400 years now, and it’s easy to see why – there’s so much to do and see, whatever the weather. ●

The Spa, Scarborough

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Scarborough South Bay

the perfect resort 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 – Britain’s first holiday resort – has something for you. There are two sweeping bays with family-friendly beaches nestled either side of a towering headland crowned by the dramatic ruins of a 12th-century castle. The South Bay glitters with amusement arcades, fun fairs and invigorating speedboat rides and has a beautiful and bustling marina in the harbour. The North Bay is on the quieter side. But both offer plenty of traditional family fun – colourful chalets, donkey rides, fish and chips and candyfloss. There’s world-class theatre, museums, galleries and music venues, and plenty of restaurants offering everything from relaxed casual eating to fine dining. No wonder one national newspaper recently described Scarborough as having ‘all I require in life balanced beautifully in the perfect resort recipe’. ●

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The North Bay Railway:

an historic seaside miniature railway, with the adrenalinfuelled Sky Trail Adventure and rare vintage water chute

Alpamare:

a waterpark like no other, for highoctane family fun including four exhilarating state-of-the-art water slides and a wave pool, and ultimate relaxation, with an infinity pool and Alpine-style wellness centre and spa opening this year

Scarborough Sea Life Sanctuary:

discover the treasures of the seas both locally and further afield, including, new for 2018, Claws: Invasion, featuring crabs of every shape, size and colour!

North Yorkshire Water Park:

a ’total wipeout’ inflatable obstacle course, with climbing walls, trampolines, balance bars, rockers, rollers and blast bags

Open Air Theatre:

set in a natural amphitheatre, Europe's largest open air theatre attracts the biggest names including, in 2018, Gary Barlow, Steps, Alfie Boe, and more

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filey.

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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Filey Regatta

fabulous filey With its perfect crescent of soft, golden sand, Filey’s Quality Coast Award-winning beach is one of the best in the country for families. Spend a morning on the sands, then enjoy a restorative cuppa on the historic Coble Landing before a stroll along the spacious promenade, dotted with coastal-themed sculptures. Take a walk along the extraordinary Brigg, a narrow rock peninsula surrounded by a wealth of folklore and history (keep an eye on the tides), explore the rock pools, then head up the cliff paths to the Country Park, where you’ll find a lovely nature trail and panoramic views. Crescent Gardens Bandstand ●

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Bay Watersports:

coasteering, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, and more, all in glorious Filey Bay

Visit the award-winning Crescent Gardens with concerts on the bandstand, or the picturesque Glen Gardens with play park and boating lake. And there’s great birdwatching to be had at the fresh water lagoons of Filey Dams. And if that all sounds just a bit too relaxing, why not try a spot of coasteering or kayaking, too?

Filey Bird Garden and Animal Park:

beautiful gardens, friendly animals, exotic birds – the perfect day out!

Filey Dragon Ring:

discover the teeth of the dragon in the clifftop Country Park!

Filey Museum:

volunteer-run social history museum in a delightful 17th century building

Filey Dams:

a haven for migratory birds, plants, small mammals and amphibians, including great crested newts in nationally important numbers

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whitby. One of the world’s favourite seaside towns, Whitby has it all – family fun, history, art and culture, great food and drink. You’ll never be short of things to do in this stunning location, divided by the River Esk.

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Whitby Abbey

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Whitby Regatta

Where to start in Whitby? If you like history, you’ll be spoiled for choice. A museum dedicated to one of the world’s most famous explorers, or a picturesque abbey? The jet works, or the harbour? Those fascinating winding streets, known locally as ‘ghauts’, with their hidden yards – how can you resist a wander into Arguments Yard? Literature fans will enjoy following in the footsteps of Count Dracula – his creator, Bram Stoker, was famously inspired by the town. Don’t be put off by those 199 steps! And visit in spring or autumn, and you might bump into a Goth or two at the town’s famous twice-yearly Goth Weekend.

Captain Cook Memorial Museum:

Whitby is perfect for families, too, with a Blue Flag beach edged by colourful beach huts. And if you love your food and drink, you’ve hit the jackpot – from amazing tea and cake, through the best fish and chips, to a restaurant owned by a Michelin-starred chef. There are some terrific pubs and cocktail bars, too, if you fancy a nightcap before bed.

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Whitby Coastal Cruises/ Whitby Whale Watching:

regular boat trips into the bay or along the coast. Or get close and personal with whales, dolphins and other sea creatures

Whitby Pavilion:

beautiful Victorian theatre overlooking the sea, and offering a wide range of events on a regular basis

Whitby Abbey:

famous the world over for its dramatic clifftop location, stunning architecture and, of course, the part it played in inspiring everyone’s favourite horror story – Dracula

Pannett Art Gallery:

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lovely gallery in Pannett Park, with an eclectic collection including paintings by the highly regarded Staithes Group

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the north york moors.

Home to one of the nation’s favourite national parks, and five warm and welcoming market towns – the North York Moors truly is a special place.

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North Yorkshire Moors Railway:

The North York Moors is a remarkable place to visit – wide open spaces, huge skies, wildlife galore and, each August, the breathtaking natural spectacle of the purple heather in bloom. It’s the perfect destination for anyone with a love of the outdoors, whether they’re walkers, cyclists or nature lovers, with a wealth of history thrown in for good measure and a generous scattering of fascinating communities, each with its own unique identity. You’ll find traditional market towns with good food, beautiful scenery and friendly people. Visit Malton, Norton, Pickering, Kirkbymoorside and Helmsley for a flavour of England as we all want it to be – the perfect escape from the rough-and-tumble of 21st century life. And the National Park is one of the best places in the country for star-gazing, because of the low light pollution levels and clear horizons.

one of the country’s favourite railway experiences – travel by steam train from Pickering to Whitby through stunning countryside

Dalby Forest:

the Great Yorkshire Forest – over 8,000 acres of woodland to explore and enjoy, including play and barbecue areas, and cycling and walking trails for all abilities

Go Ape:

a thrilling treetop adventure in Dalby Forest, featuring hilltop-to-hilltop zip wires and a plunging valley below

Helmsley Walled Garden:

five tranquil acres where you can tap into the healing power of horticulture, or enjoy a stunning display of flowers throughout the seasons

Dark skies:

there are three Dark Sky Discovery Sites in the National Park, all rated ‘Milky Way’ class for their pristine starry skies

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coastal villages.

A chain of pretty fishing villages dotted down our stunning coastline - every one that little bit different, each just waiting to welcome you.

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Staithes:

one of the most picturesque villages you'll find anywhere, with winding streets which once a year turn into a huge art gallery for the autumn Festival of Arts and Heritage

Robin Hood’s Bay walking tours: run by the local Baytown Brewery. A chance to find out about the village’s smuggling history – and drink some beer!

Ravenscar Alum Works:

well-preserved National Trust site detailing the intriguing history of the alum (used in fabric dying) industry in this area

Runswick Bay fossil hunting:

love those curly, whirly ammonites? You can find them at many locations on the North Yorkshire coast – Runswick Bay is one of the best

coastal retreats Our region is blessed with a diverse and unique selection of fascinating coastal towns and villages, strung along the shoreline like a necklace of exquisite shells. Journey along the coast from one end of the region to the other, and you’ll travel through many of the most iconic and picturesque locations in the UK, including Cayton Bay, Ravenscar, Robin Hood’s Bay, Sandsend, Runswick Bay and Staithes. All are steeped in history, with industries ranging from today’s above-board fishing to the rather less legal smuggling of the past. And all punch above their weight when its comes to culture – artists and writers have traditionally gravitated to the coast, and there are plenty of galleries and craft workshops to tempt you, plus, each autumn, one of the country’s best-loved arts festivals. It’s a different pace of life, and you’ll feel as though you’ve stepped back in time.

Sandsend beach:

gorgeous sand and shingle beach with fabulous views of Whitby Abbey and some great seafood shacks – the perfect family day out

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Fossil hunting with Hidden Horizons

Robin Hood's Bay

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Filey Cobble Boat ●

Find out more about Captain Cook's association with the area; this year sees celebrations to mark the 250th anniversary of his first expedition to the South Seas. Visit Scarborough's intriguing Maritime Heritage Centre, and the charming volunteer-run Filey Museum.

the smugglers’ cove In the 18th century, Robin Hood’s Bay was reputedly the most active smuggling community on the Yorkshire Coast, and it was often a real family business. It was said that contraband could pass from the slipway at the bottom of that steep hill to the top of that tangled maze of streets without once seeing open air, due to a network of underground passages linking the houses.

'cobled' together A distinctive clinker-built fishing boat, the wooden Filey coble bears more

Diving Belle & Lighthouse, Scarborough

than a passing resemblance to the Viking longboat. There aren’t many left working these days: the few that remain can still be seen on Filey’s famous Coble Landing.

guiding light It’s one of Scarborough’s most recognisable landmarks – a particularly fine lighthouse at the end of the town’s Vincent Pier, one of three piers that embrace the busy harbour. It has a remarkable history – when German battlecruisers shelled Scarborough in 1914, causing the first British civilian deaths of World War I, the tower was so badly damaged it was subsequently

Model boat building

demolished and not reconstructed until 1931. Nearby stands the lovely Diving Belle, a statue representing the confident Scarborough of the 21st century.

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One of the world’s most famous explorers, Captain Cook was born near Middlesbrough in 1728 but fell in love with the sea when he was a young draper’s apprentice in Staithes and later a trainee with a Whitby shipping firm. Find out more about him and his groundbreaking journeys at the Captain Cook and Staithes Heritage Centre and the Captain Cook Memorial Museum on picturesque Grape Lane in Whitby, or visit his statue which surveys the town from the West Cliff. And 2018 marks the 250th anniversary of the great man’s first expedition to the South Seas. Whitby will be marking the occasion with a weekend of entertainment for the whole family (6 to 8 July), including the opportunity to go aboard a tall ship.

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all at sea The seas around here teem with fascinating wildlife. See whales, dolphins and seals on a thrilling Whitby Whale Watching tour, or meet more of our local marine life, plus turtles, octopus, penguins and more at close quarters at Scarborough’s Sea Life Sanctuary. Enjoy a day in the fresh air with Yorkshire Coast explorers Hidden Horizons – potter around intriguing rock-pools, go fossil hunting, or join a fascinating dinosaur walk.

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The Yorkshire Coast is a birdwatchers’ paradise. At Filey, the Brigg is a well-known stoppingoff point for migratory birds, while Filey Dams is a freshwater haven for birds, small mammals, plants and amphibians. If you prefer your nature a little more contained, visit the National Centre for Birds of Prey at Helmsley, or celebrated wildlife artist and photographer Robert Fuller at his centre at Thixendale, near Malton. And don’t forget the skies aren’t just about birds – the North York Moors National Park is one of the best places in the country to see stars, with low light pollution and clear horizons.

Our superb natural landscapes are catnip for nature lovers, with towering cliffs at the coast and, inland, the remarkable North York Moors National Park. There are over 165 million visits a year to appreciate the great beauty of the area, especially in the late summer when the heather is in bloom and the moors are awash with spectacular purple. Nectar from heather makes particularly good honey – why not buy a local pot to take home with you?

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the eternal triangle Scarborough and Filey sit at the very top of the Yorkshire Nature Triangle, one of the UK’s best-kept nature secrets, offering opportunities which can’t be had anywhere else in the country, including, at Bempton, both the largest mainland colony of gannets and the most easily viewable mainland colony of delightful puffins. The area also has the most northerly chalk downland streams and internationally important wetlands.

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thrills and spills Kids need to let off some steam? Let them loose on the Yorkshire Coast – there’s plenty to keep them busy and help them burn off that excess energy. Alpamare, a thrilling new waterpark in Scarborough’s North Bay, offers daylong excitement with four state-of-theart slides, including the one-of-a-kind Black Run. Or enjoy a ‘total wipeout’ obstacle experience at the North Yorkshire Water Park, at Wykeham, near Scarborough. Your little monkeys can Go Ape in Dalby Forest, or fly the North Bay Sky Trail Adventure in Scarborough. Bay Watersports in Filey offers fun in the water, from paddle boarding to adrenaline-fuelled coasteering. And enjoy extreme rides including Flip Flop, Mumbo Jumbo and the truly terrifying Pterodactyl at Flamingo Land Resort Yorkshire, near Malton.

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Sea Life Sanctuary ●

Take a stroll round beautiful Peasholm Park in Scarborough, where you can choose between a lively dragon and a serene swan for a pedal-boat ride. Then head to the beach and admire the colourful and much-photographed beach chalets or take a donkey ride – no seaside holiday is complete without one! And right next to the beach you'll find the brilliant Scarborough Sea Life Sanctuary, where you can meet turtles, sharks, seahorses and much more. A day out in Dalby, the Great Yorkshire Forest, offers fun for the smallest members of the family, with a Gruffalo Spotters Trail, and both the forest and the magnificent North York Moors National Park have plenty of playgrounds, picnic areas and bike trails for all ages and abilities.

step back in time The best way to learn is to have fun while you’re doing it. Slide a bit of education into your kids’ lives without them even noticing it. The open air Ryedale Folk Museum, at Hutton-le-Hole in the North York Moors National Park, provides a unique glimpse into a rural past, while Malton’s Eden Camp Museum will transport you back to the World Wars of the 20th century.

Scarborough’s important Rotunda Museum is famous worldwide as one of the world’s first purpose-built museums, and focuses on geology – and dinosaurs! Scampston Hall and Castle Howard have fabulous and lavish interiors and stunning gardens to enchant all the family. And what child (or grown-up, for that matter) doesn’t love a ruin? English Heritage runs both Scarborough Castle and Whitby Abbey, with regular themed family events taking place at both.

step aboard We’ve a rich railway history in this area, and that’s reflected in two historic railways. The North Yorkshire Moors Railway is a heritage track running 24 miles from Pickering to Whitby, with coaches hauled by historic locomotives both steam and diesel. Scarborough’s North Bay Railway is one of the UK’s most historic seaside miniature railways, and has been in operation since 1931. Try an exhilarating speedboat trip around Scarborough’s seas, or polish up your pirate act on board the Hispaniola, a scale replica of an 18th century schooner.


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Muston Scarecrow Festival ●

Scarborough Cricket Festival ●

Whitby Goth Festival ●

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February

The festivals season starts early with some steam-powered fun in Whitby – the town’s Steampunk Weekend, based at the Pavilion, brings music, films, storytelling and more, all with a distinctive dash of Victoriana.

of the biggest in the country, with previous years’ attractions including the much-loved Red Arrows. The first big name-acts of the summer arrive at the town's Open Air Theatre in June, including Gary Barlow, Steps and Alfie Boe and more.

celebration of music, dance and song; and the exquisite North York Moors Chamber Music Festival which brings international performers to play in churches across the North York Moors National Park, many of them on the coast.

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July

September

The annual Sci-Fi Festival, run by fans, for fans, and based at Scarborough’s Spa, gets bigger and better by the year; and the town hosts its own superb literature festival, Books by the Beach. The Oliver’s Mount road races kick off in Scarborough – the circuit is England’s only natural road race track, a ‘miniature TT by the seaside’.

May

The annual Tour de Yorkshire cycle race takes place across the county, and in 2018, Scarborough is one of the eight host towns. There’s also a fantastic new food festival planned.

June

Scarborough’s Armed Forces Day is one

2018 is the 250th anniversary of Captain Cook’s first exploratory voyage aboard the Endeavour. It’ll be marked in Whitby by a weekend of celebration for the whole family. Scarborough also celebrates its maritime heritage with Seafest – a weekend of food, art, music, street theatre, and more. The annual festival in Filey, the Return of the Dragon, is named for Filey Brigg, which, legend has it, is the bones of a dragon.

August

Enjoy the world-famous Scarborough Cricket Festival; Whitby Regatta, a weekend of aquatic competition and entertainment, now in its 177th year; Whitby Folk Week, a seven-day Scarborough Seafest ●

Scarborough’s award-winning Jazz Festival sees the Spa swinging; the town glitters with Goldwings, as hundreds of riders take to the seafront in the annual charity fundraising Light Parade; and tee off for Scarborough Golf Week. The much-loved Staithes Festival of Arts and Heritage transforms the picturesque village into one huge gallery.

October

Whitby becomes a baroque paradise when Goths from all over the world descend on the town to display their finery; and the town also welcomes top name musicians from around the globe to the hugely popular world music festival, Musicport.

November

This year, of course, marks the centenary of the end of World War I, and there will be events up and down the coast throughout the month in remembrance.

December

Join in the revelry as Robin Hood’s Bay celebrates Christmas with a unique Victorian Weekend, including the Baytown Beer Festival.

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events & festivals 2018 january Sleeping Beauty, Whitby Pavilion

15 – 20

Memories of Scarborough – Celebrating Scarborough Art 20 – 25 Mar Society's 80th Anniversary, Scarborough Art Gallery The Illegal Eagles, Scarborough Spa

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Motor Festival, Oliver's Mount, Scarborough

6 – 11

Scarborough Bowls Festival, Scarborough Bowls Centre

12 – 13

Festival of Food & Drink, Scarborough South Bay

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BusFest 2018, Scarborough

International Museums Day, Scarborough Art Gallery & Rotunda

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9 – 11

European Open Beach Angling Championship, Sand Le Mere Holiday Village

19 – 20 May Pickering Game and Country Fair, Pickering 19 – 20

Steampunk Festival 2018, Filey

9 – 25

Dark Skies Festival, North York Moors National Park

19 – 20

Scarborough Tattoo Show 2018, Scarborough Spa

10 – 11

Whitby Steampunk Weekend, Whitby Pavilion

24 – 18 June Moor Impressions, Inspired by…gallery, The Moors Centre Danby

10 - 18

Half Term Fun, Whitby Abbey

26 – 27

Malton Food Lovers Festival, Malton

10 – 4 Nov

Whitby in the Time of Cook, Captain Cook Memorial Museum, Whitby

26 – 28

Walkfest, North York Moors National Park

11

Duncombe Park Point to Point, Duncombe Park

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Duncombe Park Country Fair, Duncombe

13 – 14

Dramarama Daze, Stephen Joseph Theatre

june

15

Milkshake! Live, Scarborough Spa

16 – 18

The 10th Valentine Rockin' Weekend, Scarborough Spa

June –  August

John Buchan & Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps, Stephen Joseph Theatre

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Brainiac Live, Scarborough Spa

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Spring Plant Fair, Scampston Hall & Walled Garden

4 – 13 Sep

Spa Orchestra, Scarborough Spa

8 – 10

Robin Hood's Bay Folk Weekend, Robin Hood's Bay

Cirque Enchantment, Scarborough Spa

9 – 10

Filey Food Festival, Filey

Whitby in the time of Cook – Cook's debt to Whitby, Captain Cook Museum, Whitby

9 – 1 July

Summer Wildlife Art Exhibition, Robert Fuller Gallery

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Yorkshire Modified Car Show, Pickering

17 – 23

Scalby Fair (Fair Day is on 23rd June), Scalby, Scarborough

march 1 1 – 4 Nov 3 – 11

Special Guest Locomotive Week - 60163 Tornado, the 100mph Engine, North Yorkshire Moors Railway

16 – 18

Ryedale Festival Spring Weekend, Various

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Gary Barlow, Scarborough Open Air Theatre

16 – 18

Top Secret Blues Festival 2018, Scarborough Spa

23

Retro 80s Night, Filey Evron Centre

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Forest Live - Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbot, Dalby Forest

23 – 24

Cock O' The North Road Races, Olivers Mount, Scarborough

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King of Pop – The Legend, Scarborough Spa

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Steps, Scarborough Open Air Theatre

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Alfie Boe, Scarborough Open Air Theatre

30 – 1 July

Ryedale Book Festival, Malton (various venues) Armed Forces Day Scarborough & Whitby, Scarborough & Whitby

30 – 2 April Easter Treasure Hunt, Filey Bird Garden World War Two Living History Weekend, Eden Camp

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Wilfred Owen's War Exhibition & "They Will Not Dream of Us Poor Lads", Scarborough Art Gallery Books by the Beach, Book Festival various locations, Scarborough

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An Evening with Brian Blessed, Scarborough Spa

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Spring Community Weekend, Scampston Hall

july

Mid April –  Daily Puffin Patrols, RSPB Bempton Cliffs Mid July 21 – 22 21 – 22

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

27 – 28

Malton Gin Festival, Malton

27 – 29

Whitby Goth Weekend, Whitby

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Sci-Fi Scarborough, Scarborough Spa

Giovanni Pernice Born to Win – Nato Per Vincere, Scarborough Spa

may May – Sep

Summer Shows, Scarborough Spa

3 – 6

Tour de Yorkshire, Various

4 – 7

Filey Folk Festival, Filey

5 – 6

5 – 7

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Joking Apart by Alan Ayckbourn, Stephen Joseph Theatre

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Malton Show, Malton

6 – 8

Staxtonbury Music Festival, Manor Farm, Staxton, Scarborough

6 – 8

Captain Cook Festival, Whitby

6 – 8

Whitby Soul Weekender 2018, Whitby Pavilion

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Blessing of the Boats, Whitby

10

The Ladyboys of Bangkok, Scarborough Spa

13 – 29

Ryedale Summer Festival, Various

14 – 15

60s Fest, North Yorkshire Moors Railway

14 – 15

Atlas Festival, Scampston Hall, Malton

18

Driffield Show, Driffield

19 – 28 Aug TUspired, Inspired by…gallery' The Moors Centre Danby 20 – 22 21

Seafest Maritime Festival - 20th Anniversary, Scarborough South Bay Il Divo, Scarborough Open Air Theatre


21 – 29

Scarborough Bike Week, Oliver's Mount, Scarborough

8 – 6

Yorkshire Wolds Walking and Outdoor Festival, Various Locations

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The Simon & Garfunkel Story, Scarborough Spa

8 – 9

Staithes Festival of Arts & Heritage, Staithes

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ParkFest 2018, North York Moors National Park

8 – 9

Raptor Fair, National Centre for Birds of Prey, Helmsley

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Family Fun Day, North Bay Railway, Scarborough

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All Services Parade and Remembrance Service, Eden Camp

23 – 29

National Parks Week 2018, North York Moors National Park

15 – 6 Jan

Scarboroart, Scarborough Art Gallery

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Grease - The Musical, YMCA Scarborough

22 – 23

Autumn Train Gala, North Bay Railway

27 – 29

Whitby Steampunk Weekend, Whitby

22 – 23

Steve Henshaw 68th Gold Cup, Oliver's Mount, Scarborough

28 – 29

Barry Sheene Road Race Festival, Oliver's Mount, Scarborough

28 – 30

Steam Gala, North Yorkshire Moors Railway

28 – 29

Whitby Lifeboat Flag Weekend, Whitby

28 – 30

Scarborough Jazz Festival, Scarborough Spa

28 – 5 Aug

Muston Scarecrow Festival, Muston

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Roy Chubby Brown, Whitby Pavilion

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MoorsFest, Sutton Bank National Park Centre, Sutton Bank

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Autumn Plant Fair, Scampston Hall & Walled Garden

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Ryedale Show, Welburn Park, Kirkbymoorside

october

Late July –  Whale & Dolphin Watch Week, Early Aug RSPB Bempton Cliffs TBC

Festival of Filey

august

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Filey Food Festival, Filey

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MoorsRun, North York Moors National Park

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National Bike Hill Climb, Oliver's Mount, Scarborough

12 – 14

Railway in Wartime, North Yorkshire Moors Railway Whitby Blues Festival, Whitby

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Lavender Harvest & Distillation, Wolds Way Lavender, Malton

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3 – 5

Filey Lifeboat Weekend, Filey

20 – 13 Nov Time & Place, Inspired by…gallery, The Moors Centre Danby

3 – 5

Whitby Traction Engine Rally, Next to Whitby Abbey

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McCains 10k Yorkshire Coast Race, Scarborough

5, 12 & 19

Sutton Bank Sundays, Sutton Bank National Park Centre, Sutton Bank

22 – 23

Yorkshire Fossil Festival, Rotunda Museum

7

Egton Bridge Gooseberry Show, Egton

23

Musicport on Tour, Inspired by…gallery, The Moors Centre Danby

8

Thornton-Le-Dale Show, Thornton-Le-Dale

24 – 29

Illuminated Abbey, Whitby Abbey

9 – 1 Sept

Private Lives by Noel Coward, Esk Valley Theatre

29 – 31

Halloween Scream Express, North Bay Railway, Scarborough

10

Hinderwell Show, The Showfield, Runswick Lane, Hinderwell

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Whitby Goth Weekend, Whitby

11 – 12

Staithes RNLI Lifeboat Weekend, Staithes

11 – 12

Filey Food Festival, Filey

11 – 13

november 6 – 11

Scarborough Dance Festival, Scarborough Spa

Whitby Regatta, Whitby

Various Dates

Special Exhibition Commemorating those lost in WW1, The Scarborough Maritime Heritage Centre

12 – 25

North York Moors Chamber Music Festival, various

Saturdays Winter Owl Evenings, National Birds of Prey Centre, Helmsley

15

Danby Agricultural Show, Danby

18

Rosedale Show, Rosedale

18 – 24

Chamber Music Concert, Inspired by…gallery, The Moors Centre Danby

Whitby Folk Week, Whitby

2

Northern Soul Weekender, Scarborough Spa

19

National Bike and Car Hill Climb, Oliver's Mount, Scarborough

3 – 25

Christmas Wildlife Art Exhibition, Robert Fuller Gallery

22

Egton Horse and Agricultural Show, Egton

11

Armistice Day Centenary Events, Various

17

Christmas at Castle Howard, Castle Howard

Burniston Show, Burniston

17 – 18

Christmas Craft Fair, North York Moors National Park

Farndale Show, Farndale

28

Jason Manford: Muddle Class, Scarborough Spa

25, 26 & 27 Filey Art Society Art Exhibition, Filey Evron Centre 27 27

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31 – 24 Fields and Furrows, Inspired by…gallery, September The Moors Centre Danby

december

Late August BioBlitz, RSPB Bempton Cliffs

1 – 2, 8 – 9, Santa Specials, North Yorkshire Moors Railway 15 – 16, 18 – 19

september September –  World Premiere of 'Better off Dead' by Alan Ayckbourn, October Stephen Joseph Theatre 2 – 7

Scarborough Open Golf Week, Various

2

G4: Live, Scarborough Spa

7 – 9

Whitby Pirate Festival, Whitby

8

Goldwings Light Parade, Scarborough South Bay

8

Malton Harvest Food Festival, Malton

Dates TBC Whitby Krampus Run, Whitby

1 – 24

Santa Specials, North Bay Railway, Scarborough

2

Ross Noble: El Hablador, Scarborough Spa

7 – 9

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RSPB Bempton Cliffs The Yorkshire Seabird Centre rspb.org.uk/bemptoncliffs

INTERNATIONAL SPEED WEEK

BOB SMITH SPRING CUP ROAD RACES 21st & 22nd April 2018

FESTIVAL OF SPEED

A weekend of bike and car action, classic car displays and competitions, bike clubs motor show plus lots more.

5th, 6th & 7th May 2018

COCK O' THE NORTH ROAD RACES & European Bike Rally 23rd & 24th June 2018

Including events at Whitby, Filey and Scarborough 21st-29th July 2018

BARRY SHEENE RACE FESTIVAL & Japanese Bike Rally 28th & 29th July 2018

NATIONAL BIKE & CAR HILL CLIMB 19th August 2018

INTERNATIONAL STEVE HENSHAW GOLD CUP ROAD RACE 22nd & 23rd September 2018

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Set in the beautiful Crescent Gardens, Scarborough Art Gallery is a hidden gem. Experience art from Atkinson Grimshaw to John Armstrong, with a varied programme of exhibitions, events, talks and FREE kids’ activities throughout the year.

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Rotunda Museum, Vernon Road Scarborough, YO11 2PS Tel: 01723 353665

From Triassic fossils to 21st century technology, The Rotunda tells the story of Scarborough and the geology of the Yorkshire Coast in one of the world’s oldest purpose-built museums, founded in 1829.


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Operating for over 86 years, taking passengers around ¾ mile Peasholm Park to Scalby Mills stations (here you can explore Scalby Mills or visit the Sea Life Centre), offering beautiful views of Scarborough’s North bay.

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Feed our friendly animals Relax in beautiful gardens Learn amazing wildlife facts Find the secret garden Have fun on the play park Get in touch with your senses Cafe and gift shop Ca Picnic areas Dog friendly Free parking

www.fileybirdgarden.com 01723 514439 Scarborough Road, Filey, YO14 9PG

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Olivers on the Mount cafe bar is a family run business that prides itself on great service, great food and great views! Situated at the top of Olivers Mount we are the highest point in Scarborough and have high standards to match, a 5 Star Rating. With ample free parking and terraces overlooking the whole of Scarborough we really are worth discovering! We are open daily from 9am serving home cooked food, freshly brewed coffee and proper Yorkshire tea.

Fileys Entertainment Centre for 2018 LIVE MUSIC TRIBUTE BANDS CINEMA DRAMA PRODUCTIONS FAMILY PARTY NIGHTS

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Sitting quietly in a back street of Scarborough, offering multi award winning food, service and smiles for all who trespass our doors, we are ready for you. From Thai curries and Shetland pies, to Japanese ramens and American classics, we’ve got it covered, 95% scratch made in house and with hand cut twice cooked secretly seasoned chips to die for, all you have to do is come grab a table and let us wow you with our Bowls, Burgers & Balls. And it doesn’t end there. Not 1 but 2 of our own blend coffees, a plethora of cakes and a tipple if you fancy. The team can’t wait to make your aquaintance. Monday to Wednesday 9am until 6:30pm Thursday to Saturday 9am until 7:30pm Bookings taken from 4pm daily

1-2 Hanover Road, Scarborough, YO11 1LS 07445475328 info@eatmecafe.com

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THE UK’s NO.1 FOREST ADVENTURE at Dalby Forest, near Pickering

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

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. Castle Howard, York YO60 7DA www.castlehoward.co.uk

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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Ironing Facilities Laundry Facilities Licensed Premises Lift Linen Provided Free of Charge Linen Hire Service Linen – Visitors must provide own Meter Charge for Fuel Microwave Open During Winter Months Open Fire Packed Lunches Provided Parking On Site Public Telephone Radio in Bedroom

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The Hillcrest

www.hillcresthotel.co.uk

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• Detached guest house quietly located next to Peasholm Park

•S  pecial 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 • Fully licensed • Parking at and around the premises • Free Wi-Fi throughout

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• Self-classified four star guest accommodation • Inspected by Scarborough Hospitality Association •C  lose to Open Air Theatre, Cricket Ground, Town Centre, Peasholm Park, beach, Alpamare Water Park and Sealife Centre • Please call to discuss any special requirements

The Hillcrest, 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

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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, cafés, 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

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

• FREE Wi-Fi

• Special weekly rates

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

• Generous senior citizen discounts

• 5* Food hygiene rating

• Strictly non-smoking

• Ground floor double/twin bedroom

White Rails, 128 Columbus Ravine, Scarborough YO12 7QZ Tel:01723 362800. Email: info@whiterailshotel.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 12 | Prices from £32.50

The Mountview

www.mountview-hotel.co.uk

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Family run Victorian guest house situated on the South Bay close to Oliver’s Mount, Spa Complex, University, South Beach and Italian Gardens. All rooms en-suite. 10 minute walk to town centre. Free on-street parking. Awarded Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence 2017. The Mountview, 32 West Street, South Cliff, Scarborough YO11 2QP Tel: 01723 500608. Email: info@mountview-hotel.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 7 | Prices from £33

Cober Hill

www.coberhill.co.uk

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Cober Hill is a Victorian mansion set in 11 acres of stunning grounds. All bedrooms are en-suite and are various sizes to suit groups, individuals and families. Come and enjoy a residential or non-residential break through our creative holidays. Cober Hill Limited, Newlands Road, Cloughton, Scarborough YO13 0AR Tel: 01723 870310. Fax: 01723 870271. Email: enquiries@coberhill.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 67 | Prices from £47 to £80

The Lonsdale Villa

www.lonsdalevilla.com

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Ideally situated for the Spa Complex, Oliver’s Mount, Stephen Joseph Theatre, South Cliff Golf Course and Italian Gardens. • All rooms en-suite, ground floor double room available • Unrestricted street parking in a disc free zone • Walking distance from town and railway station, two minutes walk to the picturesque Esplanade

• Wi-Fi available • Excellent standards of cleanliness and accommodation • Many returning guests • Check out our reviews

• Local bus passes the guest house, only a few minutes walk to Filey Road bus stops serving places further afield • Flatscreen Freeview TVs The Lonsdale Villa, Lonsdale Road, South Cliff, Scarborough YO11 2QY Tel: 01723 363383. Email: enquiries@lonsdalevilla.com No. of bedrooms: 10 | Prices from £29 pppn

Cliffside

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. Full English breakfast served. Cliffside, 78-81 Queen’s Parade, Scarborough YO12 7HT Tel: 01723 361087. Email: info@cliffsidehotel.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 16 | Prices from £30 pp

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

Blands Cliff Lodge B&B

www.blandscliff.co.uk

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A warm welcome offered in our family run accommodation. 100 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 £28 to £40 pppn

The 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

•S  ea views from the dining room and lounge •C  ar park

99-101 Queen’s Parade, Scarborough YO12 7HY Tel: 01723 373514 Email: thewhiteley@gmail.com No. of bedrooms: 10 | Prices from £39 to £74

Victoria Seaview

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 can be booked on daily basis

• All rooms en-suite

• Excellent return trade and recommendations

• Single rooms available • FREE parking for residents • FREE WiFi

• Excellent seaview bar with draught beer • Same family business for 39 years

• FREE pool table • Evening meal all year

Victoria Seaview, 125-129 Queen’s Parade, Scarborough YO12 7HY Tel: 01723 362164. Email: info@victoriaseaviewhotel.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 30 | Prices from £37.50 BB to £49.50 BBEM

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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.

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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.

The Palm Court Hotel, St Nicholas Cliff, Scarborough YO11 2ES Tel: 01723 368161. Mobile: 07734 437945. Email: info@palmcourt-scarborough.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 40 | Prices from £40 to £73.50

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. The Waves Coastal B&B, 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

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, 40” 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, efficient!

3 Stunning views over Scarborough North Bay and Scarborough Castle

3 FREE parking 3 FREE WiFi access throughout

3 Fantastic delicious breakfast

Howdale, 121 Queen’s Parade, Scarborough YO12 7HU Tel: 01723 372696. Email: mail@howdalehotel.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 13 | Prices from £60

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. Riviera Town House, St Nicholas Cliff, Scarborough YO11 2ES Tel: 01723 372277. Email: info@riviera-scarborough.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 20 | Prices from £75 to £120

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A friendly, comfortable guest house, 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 scrumptuous full Yorkshire, Continental and Vegetarian Breakfasts. The Phoenix Guest House, 157 Columbus Ravine, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO12 7QZ Tel: 01723 368319. Email: jnnlms@aol.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 6 | Prices from £26 to £42

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

Peasholm Park Hotel

www.peasholmpark.co.uk

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A detached 1930’s building with 13 en-suite rooms on 1st and 2nd floors, some with shower, others with bath. All rooms have flatscreen TV, tea/coffee facilities and hairdryer. • Some rooms face Peasholm Park • Free WiFi • Visitors parking permits to purchase on arrival • Motorcycle parking with CCTV

• Minimum age of child 7 years • Buffet style breakfast 8.15am-9.30am including 2 hot items

Set in a beautiful area close to beach, Open Air Theatre, Alpamare, Cricket Club, Cinema, town, Stephen Joseph Theatre and Golf Clubs. Easy driving distance to Moors and Dales. A warm welcome awaits you.

Peasholm Park Hotel, 21-23 Victoria Park, Scarborough YO12 7TS Tel: 01723 500954. Email: peasholmparkhotel@btconnect.com No. of bedrooms: 13 | Prices from £74 per Double/Twin per night

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 30 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 • Wi-Fi available

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

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Phoenix Court

www.phoenixcourt.co.uk

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A family run guest house overlooking the spectacular North Bay. Adjoining car park exclusively for the use of our guests. Only a few minutes walk to the beach, Scarborough Castle and many other local attractions. 8/9 Rutland Terrace, Queen’s Parade, Scarborough YO12 7JB Tel: 01723 501150. Email: info@phoenixcourt.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 13 | Prices from £45 to £80

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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 have flat screen TV, hairdryer, refreshment tray. Friendly service. Delicious breakfast. Comfortable bedrooms. Free WiFi. Free off road or on-street parking. Philmore, 126 Columbus Ravine, Scarborough YO12 7QZ Tel: 01723 361516. Mobile: 07791 867899. Email: philmorehotel@hotmail.com No. of bedrooms: 9 | Prices from £35 to £40 pppn

Wrea Head Hall Hotel

www.wreaheadhall.co.uk

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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

Wrea Head Hall Hotel, Barmoor Lane, Scalby, Scarborough YO13 0PB Tel: 01723 371190. Email: sales.reservation@wreaheadhall.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 19 | Prices from £129.90 to £259.90 per room per night, db&b

Kenways Guest House

www.kenwaysguesthouse.co.uk

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Friendly comfortable guest house close to Peasholm Park, Cricket Ground, Open Air Theatre, Alpamare and beautiful North Bay. All rooms are en-suite. TVs and courtesy trays. Cleanliness assured. Home cooked locally sourced breakfast. Special diets catered for. Kenways Guest House, 9 Victoria Park Avenue, Scarborough YO12 7TR Tel: 01723 365757. mail: info@kenwaysguesthouse.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 7 | Prices from £29

Red Lea Hotel

www.redleahotel.co.uk

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Enjoy 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

• Free on-street parking

• Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel

• Luxury serviced apartments with free access to gym and pool

• Comfortable bedrooms (30 with sea views) • Great food

• Friendly efficient service

• Ideal venue for business or just pleasure • Well equipped fitness suite 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

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Family run North Bay guest house near Peasholm Park, beach, Open Air Theatre and water park. All rooms en-suite with flat screen TV, hospitality tray, hairdryer. Two pet friendly rooms. Free Wi-Fi. Free parking on-site or on-street. Low season/OAP/student discounts. Willow Dene Guest House, 110 Columbus Ravine, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO12 7QZ Tel: 01723 372537. Mobile: 07584 097755. Email: willowdenescarborough@gmail.com No. of bedrooms: 9 | Prices from £30 to £35 pppn B&B

The Crescent Hotel

www.thecrescenthotel.com

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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! The Crescent Hotel, 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

Ryndle Court Hotel

www.ryndlecourthotel.co.uk

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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

South Moor Farm

www.southmoorfarm.com

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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

The Oak Wheel

www.theoakwheel.co.uk

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The Oak Wheel pub is family run with bar and restaurant and 5 tastefully decorated letting bedrooms, all with en-suite. Situated 3 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

The Croft

www.crofthotel.co.uk

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All prices include award-winning Yorkshire breakfast, free parking and Wi-Fi. Rooms available with magnificent sea views. The Croft is a short walk from beaches, Open Air Theatre, Peasholm and Town Centre. Families are most welcome. 87 Queen’s Parade, Scarborough YO12 7HT Tel: 01723 373904. Email: information@crofthotel.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 6 | Prices from £45 to £115

Esplanade Gardens B&B

www.esplanadegardensbandb.co.uk

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A comfortable B&B offering en-suite rooms in a Victorian period property. Close to the cliff lift on the prestigious Esplanade leading down to the Spa Theatre and South Bay beach. Convenient for the town centre with a comfortable lounge bar and free Wi-Fi. Open all year. Esplanade Gardens Hotel, 24 Esplanade Gardens, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO11 2AP Tel: 01723 360728. Mobile: 07736 672677. Email: g.royston101@gmail.com No. of bedrooms: 9 | Prices from £35 to £105

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Situated in the pretty village of Seamer, just outside Scarborough these elegantly decorated self-catering cottages offer unrivalled luxury. With every amenity catered for and lots of special touches including pet friendly cottages they’re the perfect home away from home. Just a few steps away from the cottages is the Copper Horse Restaurant renowned for its delicious food and friendly service.

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

HHHHH “ABSOLUTELY RECOMMEND THIS HOTEL” TripAdvisor

Stay overnight in our luxurious en-suite rooms, two of which are combined to create a large stylish apartment and one wheelchair accessible with wet-room. Enjoy a relaxing break or make the most of our outstanding line-up of sell-out tribute nights, live music and entertainment! Serving a great choice of classic pub food and the carvery offers a selection of hand-carved British meats with all the trimmings!

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

HHHHH “HIDDEN GEM IN A LOVELY VILLAGE” TripAdvisor

This friendly country pub offers a unique and stunning stopover or retreat, offering eight luxury comfort cooled en-suite double bedrooms and pet friendly self-catering accommodation. The Plough is dedicated to good food, warm hospitality offering a relaxed gastropub experience with tasty ‘Yorkshire Tapas’ shared over a drink, or enjoy a leisurely lunch or dinner from our modern British menu.

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

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Cravendale Holiday Flats

www.cravendaleflats.co.uk

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. Special rate from October – 3 nights for 2 until end of February.

11 St Martin’s Square, Scarborough YO11 2DQ Tel: 01274 871069. Email: shirleysflats@hotmail.com No. of units: 5 | Prices from £60 per night (small), £75 per night (luxury)

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 01723 516700. BROWSE & BOOK ONLINE www.bedwyns.co.uk. Scarborough Business with Scarborough Knowledge. Bedwyns Self-Catering of Scarborough, 62 Knipe Point Drive, Scarborough YO11 3JT Tel: 01723 516700. Email: info@bedwyns.co.uk No. of units: 40 | Prices from £175 to £899

Doll’s House

www.dollshousescarborough.co.uk

Our lovely, newly renovated cottage, nestled in the ‘Old Town’ is perfect for week long or short breaks. Stunning views and private outside space. Upstairs lounge with Juliet balcony, double bedroom, shower room, additional downstairs W/C. Parking permit provided. Doll’s House, St Mary’s Walk, Scarborough YO11 1RN Tel: 0113 257 0266. Mobile: 07582 895252. Email: dollshousescarborough41@gmail.com No. of units: 1 | Prices from £525 pw

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 TV. Open all year. Part weeks available October to May. On-site proprietor. Avondale Holiday Flats, 75 Queen’s Parade, Scarborough YO12 7HY Tel: 01723 364836. Email: avondaleholidayflats@tiscali.co.uk No. of units: 7 | Prices from £105 to £371

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 to £280 per night

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White Acre

www.squiresc.clara.co.uk

• Two lovely large self-contained apartments, ideally situated, alongside decorative gardens, in heart of the Peasholm holiday area

• No extras – linen, towels, toiletries, hot water, heating and electric included

• Close to beach, boating lake, miniature railway, cricket ground and Open Air Theatre

• Online booking available via our website

• Pleasant views • Own off-street parking

• Sleeps 4-5 • No pets • Free Wi-Fi

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• 2 bedrooms, lounge with large plasma TV, kitchen and bathroom • Bedroom TVs, DVD player • Freezer, microwave Victoria Park, Peasholm Correspondence address: 54 Falsgrave Road, Scarborough YO12 5AX Tel: 01723 374220. Email: squiresc@clara.co.uk No. of units: 2 | Prices from £300 to £720

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. Harbourside Apartments, 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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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. 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

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• Lovely spacious ground floor apartment ideally • No extras – linen, towels, toiletries, hot water, heating and electric all included located for a relaxing holiday • Close to beach, promenade, SeaLife Centre and miniature railway

• Own on-site, off-street parking

• Large garden

• Online booking available via our website

• Clean and bright accommodation with 2 bedrooms, lounge (large plasma TV), kitchen, large bathroom

• No pets • Sleeps 5 • Free Wi-Fi

• Bedroom TVs, DVD player • Freezer, washer and dryer, microwave

Scalby Mills Road Correspondence address: 54 Falsgrave Road, Scarborough YO12 5AX Tel: 01723 374220. Email: squiresc@clara.co.uk No. of units: 1 | Prices from £300 to £720

Seacliffe Holiday Flats

www.seaviewflats.co.uk

Seacliffe self catering holiday flats have fantastic views over either the North Bay or South Bay of Scarborough with a choice of one-bedroom or two-bedroom flats sleeping up to five people. We do accept pets. Seacliffe Holiday Flats, 3 Rutland Terrace, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO12 7JB Tel: 01723 500440. Email: dclumley@btinternet.com No. of units: 5 | Prices from £225 to £450

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Pinewood Park

www.pinewoodpark.co.uk

Yorkshire’s Original Glamping Site. Enjoy Hot Tub Breaks, Tipi tent stays, Wagons, Camping Shacks, Cabins & Lodges, as well as spacious camping & touring caravan pitches. Open all year round, situated within 2 miles of Scarborough. Family owned & run, guaranteeing a true Yorkshire welcome. 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

Cayton Village Caravan Park

www.caytontouring.co.uk

The very best of Coast & Country. Luxurious facilities, playground, Dog walk & Nature Trail, adjoining village with pub & chip shop, on bus route. Scarborough 3 miles, Filey 4 miles, Beach ½ mile. Cayton Village Caravan Park, 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

Scalby Close Park

www.scalbyclosepark.co.uk

Ideally located for both Moors & Coast in a peacful rural setting close to local amenities. This beautifully landscaped site includes: all weather, full-service pitches for Motorhomes/Caravans, well equipped heated toilet block & Laundry. Seasonal pitches including winter store available. Scalby Close Park, Burniston Road, Scarborough YO13 0DA Tel: 01723 365908. Email: info@scalbyclosepark.co.uk No. of touring pitches: 42

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Abbots Leigh

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Experience quality surroundings and 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. Abbots Leigh, 7 Rutland Street, Filey YO14 9JA Tel: 01723 513334. Email: booking@abbotsleighfiley.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 6 | Prices from £75 to £105

The Forge Guest House

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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. The Forge Guest House, 23 Rutland Street, Filey YO14 9JA Tel: 01723 514646. Email: theforge.filey@btinternet.com No. of bedrooms: 5 | Prices from £39 to £60 pppn

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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 £405 to £680 per week

Stroma Holiday Cottage

www.stromaholidaycottage.co.uk

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

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. Filey Holiday 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

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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. Crescent Apartment, 4B The Crescent, Filey YO14 9HZ Tel: 01723 513798. Email: crescentaptfiley@googlemail.com No. of units: 1 | Prices from £315 to £445

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 6 guests. WiFi available and dog friendly. St Kitts Ground Floor Holiday Apartment, 2 The Beach, Filey YO14 9LA Tel: 01723 890437. Email: info@humblebeefarm.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, midweek and weekend lets. Filey Holiday Apartments, 39 West Avenue, Filey YO14 9AX Tel: 07913 238368. Email: fileyholidayapartments@yahoo.co.uk No. of units: 4 | Prices from £225 to £575

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Filey Brigg Caravan & Camping Park

www.fileybriggcaravanpark.com

Filey Brigg Caravan Park is a grassy 9 acre park overlooking Filey Brigg. Pitch up and enjoy the splendid views of Filey Bay for a memorable family holiday on the stunning Yorkshire Coast. The park is located within a short walk from the beautiful golden sands of Filey beach and the town of Filey, which has events and attractions for all the family. Filey Brigg is an ideal location for touring the Yorkshire Coast and its picturesque towns and villages or exploring the diverse countryside of moorland and market towns. The site has 161 pitches (maximum of 24 tents) with 2 heated amenity blocks; children's play area and a convenient site shop. Filey Brigg Caravan Park is well maintained with friendly helpful staff to welcome you to the Yorkshire Coast!

Filey Brigg Caravan & Camping Park, Filey Country Park, Church Road, Filey YO14 9ET. Tel: 01723 513852. 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 2018 | Opening Dates: 17 February 2018 to 2 January 2019

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Bramblewick

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Bramblewick is a quality guesthouse in the heart of historic Whitby offering stylish accommodation and delicious varied breakfasts including kippers, smoked salmon and vegetarian options. Modern en-suite rooms, some with panoramic Abbey views. Guest lounge. Some forecourt parking. Bramblewick, 3 Havelock Place, Whitby, N. Yorks YO21 3ER Tel: 01947 604504. Email: bramblewick@btconnect.com No. of bedrooms: 8 | Prices from £38 to £85

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

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. Sunnyvale House, 12 Normanby Terrace, West Cliff, Whitby, YO21 3ES Tel: 01947 820389. Email: sunnyvalehouse@hotmail.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 5 | Prices from £35 pppn

The Arches Guesthouse

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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. The Arches Guesthouse, 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

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Ingrid Flute’s Yorkshire Holiday Cottages

www.yorkshireholidaycottages.co.uk

Ingrid Flute’s Yorkshire Holiday Cottages – Making holiday memories since 1970. 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.

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Our superb choice of holiday accommodation includes: • Cosy cottages for two • Large houses, perfect for family celebrations or groups of friends • Quaint fisherman’s cottages along the coast • Stunning contemporary apartments • Beautiful barn conversions • Traditional farmhouses and town houses You can view all our properties on our website or contact us for a free, personalised 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.

Ingrid Flute’s Yorkshire Holiday Cottages, 8 Flowergate, Whitby YO21 3BA Tel: 01947 600700. Email: info@yorkshireholidaycottages.co.uk No. of units: 300+ | Prices from £219 to £5880

Summerfield Farm

www.summerfieldfarm.co.uk

Between Robin Hood's 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. Summerfield Farm, Hawsker, Whitby YO22 4LA Tel: 01947 602677. Mobile: 07779 483770. Email: info@summerfieldfarm.co.uk No. of units: 4 | Prices from £420 to £1,200

Mulgrave Estate Holiday Cottages

www.mulgrave-estate.co.uk

Traditional and modern luxury cottages located in the seaside village of Sandsend, near Whitby and the rural hamlet of Hutton Mulgrave bordering the North York Moors. Each cottage has a private garden and parking. Dogs accepted by prior arrangement. Mulgrave Estate Holiday Cottages, Estate Office, Mulgrave Castle, Lythe, Whitby YO21 3RJ Tel: 01947 893239. Mobile: 07825 687821. Email: office@mulgrave.net

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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 800m from the heritage coast. The private terrace with luxury outdoor furniture is perfect for al fresco dining, on sunny days and summer evenings you can even watch the sunset on the surrounding countryside. The cottage is fully equipped to an exceptionally high standard and with double glazing and central heating is perfect for those early and late season breaks. • Fresh milk and locally sourced biscuits on arrival

• Luxury bed linen and towels provided

• Two en-suite bedrooms, one x king bed and 2 x twins

• Free WiFi

• Private parking

• Complimentary toiletries packs

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 £425 to £775 per week

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Delightful ‘home from home’ character stone cottage. Quiet area overlooking estuary, easy walking distance to town centre. Ample private parking, pretty patio and garden area. Two bedrooms. Sleeps 4. Equipped with everything you need, furnished to a very high standard. Free Wi-Fi. 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: 1 | Prices from £250 to £650 per week

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 1 - 16. 1 Croft Farm, The Avenue, Ruswarp, Whitby YO21 1NY Tel/Fax: 01947 825853. Email: emma@croftfarm.com No. of units: 3 | Prices from £290 to £640

Bolthole Cottage

www.boltholecottage.co.uk

Quiet, warm, clean and comfortable cottage with enclosed yard. Sleeps 2. Close to harbour, restaurants, pool and gym. Ideal base for walking, biking or self indulgent winter breaks. Pets welcome. Parking permits, fresh linen and towels 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@gmail.com No. of units: 1 | Prices from £50 to £90 per night

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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 •T  ENTS: Electric hook ups available FOR HIRE - OPEN: ALL YEAR! (March-October) • GYPSY CABIN CAMPING PODS •S  UPERB heated facilities, inc BATH FOR HIRE - OPEN: ALL YEAR! Adventure playground • TOURERS and MOTORHOMES: Level, Sheltered Park. Hardstandings with electric hook-ups Middlewood Farm Holiday Park, Middlewood Lane, Robin Hood’s Bay, Whitby YO22 4UF Tel: 01947 880414. Fax: 01947 880871. Email: info@middlewoodfarm.com No. No. No. No.

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High Straggleton Farm Caravan Park

www.highstraggleton.co.uk

Eight luxury caravans on a small farm site. Ideal for touring/walking coastline and moors. 15 minutes walk to beach. Fully equipped including TV/DVD, CD/Stereo, fridge/freezer, microwave, some with dishwasher and washing machine. Gas, electricity and bed linen included. Sandsend Road, Whitby, YO21 3SR Tel: 01947 602373. Mobile: 07969 353731. Email: info@highstraggleton.co.uk No. of static caravans: 8 | Prices from £175 to £700

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The Flask Holiday Park

www.flaskholidaypark.co.uk

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.

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The Flask Holiday Park, Nr Robin Hood’s Bay, Whitby, North Yorkshire YO22 4QH Tel: 01947 880592. Email: info@flaskinn.com No. of static caravans: 10 | Prices from £300 to £530

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. Please visit our website for more information, view our new and pre-loved holiday caravans for sale, book a holiday in our luxurious holiday accommodation and much more. • Luxurious new and pre-loved holiday caravans for sale

• Wildlife walk • Free WiFi

• Choice of luxurious holiday hire accommodation

• Laundry facilities

• Exclusive seasonal only touring park

• Outdoor gym

• Play parks for all ages

• Fabulous local pub serving great food

• Licensed on site cafe, serving fabulous food in a relaxed coastal atmosphere

Northcliffe & Seaview Holiday Parks, 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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Killerby Cottage Farm

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Simon and Val offer B&B accommodation at Killerby Cottage Farm between Scarborough and Filey. After a good night’s sleep enjoy award winning breakfasts overlooking the lovely garden. The family run Stained Glass Centre next door has a lovely tea room. Killerby Cottage Farm, Killerby Lane, Cayton, Scarborough YO11 3TP Tel: 01723 581236. Mobile: 07807 329052. Email: val@killerbycottagefarm.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 3 | Prices from £85 to £90

North End Farm Country Guest House

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Charming 18th 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 and static caravan also available. North End Farm Country Guest House, 8 Main Street, Seamer, Scarborough YO12 4RF Tel: 01723 862965. Email: northendfarm@tiscali.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 3 | Prices from £37.50 to £50 pppn

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Highly recommended octagonal country guest house in two acres of grounds close to Scarborough with 360 degree panoramic views of the sea and National Park. Pets welcome. Private parking. Licensed. Harmony Country Lodge, 80 Limestone Road, Burniston, Scarborough YO13 0DG Tel: 01723 870276. Mobile: 07975 870128. Email: harmonycountrylodge@gmail.com No. of bedrooms: 6 | Prices from £62 to £96

Smuggler’s Rock Country House

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Georgian country house between Whitby and Scarborough near Robin Hood’s Bay. 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. Smuggler’s Rock Country House, Staintondale Road, Ravenscar, Nr Scarborough YO13 0ER Tel: 01723 870044. Email: info@smugglersrock.co.uk No. of bedrooms: 7 | Prices from £76 to £91 (5)

Raven Hall Hotel and Lodges

www.ravenhall.co.uk

Raven Hall Country House Hotel in Ravenscar is dramatically situated 600 feet above sea level, overlooking Robin Hood’s Bay in the North York Moors National Park and midway between Whitby and Scarborough. Raven Hall is the perfect choice for your next trip to North Yorkshire. Raven Hall Hotel and Lodges, Ravenscar, Scarborough YO13 0ET Tel: 01723 870353. Email: enquiries@ravenhall.co.uk Prices from £99 to £230

Barker Stakes Farm

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A peaceful haven of North Yorkshire one mile from Pickering town centre. Our 18th Century farmhouse is set within 32 acres of farmland on the banks of Pickering Beck. All our bedrooms are en-suite and situated around a courtyard at ground floor level, this is the perfect place to while away a summer’s evening. An ideal location, central to many attractions, the gateway to the moors with the Yorkshire coast within easy reach of local attractions. Also set in our grounds are five 4H rated self-catering holiday lodges. We have 1, 2 and 3 bedroom lodges with large decked areas for when the weather is good! We are a family orientated business, so cots and high-chairs can be provided upon request, and special dietary needs are catered for if we are informed in advance.

Barker Stakes Farm, Lendales Lane, Pickering YO18 8EE Tel: 01751 476759. Email: info@barkerstakesfarm.com No. of bedrooms: 12 | No. of units: 10 Prices from £35 to £55 (serviced), £270 to £950 (self catering)

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At Manor Farm our large family rooms can accommodate from single guests up to a family of four. Our breakfast is very popular using locally sourced ingredients. Ideally located for walking the Wolds Way. Manor Farm Bed & Breakfast, Manor Farm House, Church Lane, East Heslerton, Malton YO17 8RN Tel: 01944 728268. Email: dclumley@btinternet.com No. of bedrooms: 2 | Prices from £40 to £70

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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

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No. of units: 4 | Prices from £240 to £650 per week

Old Waiting Rooms

www.oldwaitingrooms.co.uk

Unique accommodation in Hunmanby Railway Station. Victorian charm with modern comfort, less than 10 minutes walk to Hunmanby village centre, pubs and shops. All trains stop at the station, 5 minutes to Filey. Sleeps 2. Dogs welcome. 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

Smuggler’s Rock Cottages

www.smugglersrock.co.uk

Lovely cottages furnished to a high standard in North York Moors National Park. Wonderful sea and countryside views, friendly animals. Walks in every direction. Great base for exploring the coastal villages, Scarborough, Whitby and Robin Hood’s Bay. B&B also available. Smugglers’s Rock Cottages, Staintondale Road, Ravenscar, Nr Scarborough YO13 0ER Tel: 01723 870044. Email: info@smugglersrock.co.uk No. of units: 3 | Prices from £330 to £695

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. The White Owl Holiday Apartments, Station Road, Robin Hood’s Bay, North Yorkshire YO22 4RL Tel: 01947 880879. Mobile: 07838 498009. Email: whiteowlholidayapartments@gmail.com No. of units: 2 | Prices from £230 to £300 per week. Daily rates & B&B also available.

Gowland Farm Cottages

www.gowlandfarm.co.uk

Gowland Farm Cottages offers visitors four charming self catering cottages complete with heated indoor swimming pool and a games room. Set within the North Yorkshire Moors National Park these former Yorkshire stone farm buidlings are ideal for Scarborough and Whitby. Gowland Farm Cottages, Gowland Lane, Cloughton, Scarborough YO13 0DU Tel: 01723 870924. Mobile: 07771 873488. Email: gowlandfarm@aol.com No. of units: 4 | Prices from £250 to £680

Humble Bee Cottages

www.humblebeefarm.co.uk

Located on a working farm in Yorkshire Wolds with log burning stoves, underfloor heating and en-suite bathrooms. Two ground floor cottages have outdoor hot tubs with thatched gazebox. Beautifully presented. Dog and child friendly. Close to Yorkshire coast. Humble Bee Cottages, Humble Bee Farm, Flixton, Scarborough YO11 3UJ Tel: 01723 890437. Email: info@humblebeefarm.co.uk No. of Units: 30 | Prices from £375 to £925

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North Yorkshire Moors Farm Stays Our beautiful farm houses and cottages are located between the rolling hills of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and the glorious Yorkshire coast. Our cottages sleep from 3 to 9 people offering varying facilities hot tubs, BBQ’s, log burners, all have Wi fi and at Hayburnbeck there is direct access onto the Cinder Track. There is also cycle storage, drying lockers and dog shower. Our properties are traditional and offer high quality accommodation in Cloughton and Staintondale. Contact Moira on 07794 470208 Email: nymfarmstay@gmail.com www.northyorkmoorsfarmstays.co.uk

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Escape to a luxury self-catering cabin with private hot tub at 9 breathtaking Forestry Commission locations – including Cropton and Keldy on the edge of the North York Moors National Park. Enjoy 10% off your cabin accommodation year-round using promocode DYCGUIDE at www.forestholidays.co.uk or call 03330 110495 and quote this code when you book. Terms and conditions: Discount applies to cabin price only and not any extras. Book by 31st January 2019 and holiday by 1st January 2020 at Cropton or Keldy. May not be used in conjunction with any other offer and cannot be applied retrospectively. Forest Holidays reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time.

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Luxury self catering, self contained cottage for 2, part of a larger house occupied by owners. Situated in idylic setting down a pretty lane next to Cloughton Woods. Quiet, peaceful, wonderful views. Good walking. Perfect hideaway. Close to Scarborough, coast and National Park. Woodside Cottage, Quarry Close Cottage, Quarry Road, Burniston, Scarborough YO13 0DJ Tel: 01723 870660. Email: maggie@maggiemartin.co.uk No. of units: 1 | Prices from £185 to £360

Low Costa Mill

www.lowcostamill.co.uk

Low Costa Mill provides 7 holiday cottages, restored from former mill and farm buildings. An ideal base for families, small groups or for anyone who appreciates the peace and tranquility of the countryside, yet located just 1.5 miles from Pickering. • Indoor swimming pool Heated, open all year

• Children’s play area Swings, slides, climbing frames and sandpit

• Shared gardens of 10 acres Woodland walk, wildlife pond, riverside walk, dog exercise paddock

• 7 cottages sleeping 2-8 people Some dog friendly. Cots and highchairs available

• Fishing available

• Private gardens for cottages Including private table and chairs

Low Costa Mill, Costa Lane, Pickering YO18 8LP Tel: 01751 472050. Email: info@lowcostamill.co.uk No. of units: 7 | Prices from £220 to £1,350

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. On-site owners. Secure off-road parking. Field House Farm Cottages, Jewison Lane, Sewerby, Bridlington YO16 6YG Tel: 01262 674932. Email: stay@fieldhousefarmcottages.co.uk No. of units: 6 | £385 to £900 per week

coastal towns & villages CARAVAN & CAMPING

Humble Bee Farm Glamping

www.humblebeefarm.co.uk

Yorkshire Wolds working farm, near Yorkshire coast. Heated wigwams, open 12 months, dogs permitted. Yurts open May-October, no dogs permitted. Deluxe en-suite wigwams with log fired hot tub, open all year and dogs permitted. Ideal site for couples and families. Humble Bee Farm Glamping, Humble Bee Farm, Flixton, Scarborough YO11 3UJ Tel: 01723 890437. Email: info@humblebeefarm.co.uk No. of pitches: 2 EHU, 10 non EHU | No. of wigwams: 20 | No. of bell tents: 5 | No. of yurts:4

Sand le Mere Holiday Village

www.sand-le-mere.co.uk

Combining a wide range of accommodation with fab on-site facilities and all in a great location – you and your family will love holidays in Yorkshire at Sand le Mere. Sand le Mere Holiday Village, Southfield Lane, Tunstall, East Yorkshire HU12 0JN Tel: 01964 676313. Email: chloe.white@bridgeleisure.com or info@sands-le-mere.co.uk No. of 3 or 2 bed static caravans: 99 | Touring pitches: 66 | Prices from £120 to £1,000

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Kenways Guest House

Captain Cook Museum

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Lonsdale Villa, The

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Castle Howard

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Mayfield – The HQ Collection, The

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Peasholm Park Hotel

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Go Ape

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Phoenix Court

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Phoenix Guest House, The

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Stroma Holiday Cottage

Grape Tree

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Forge Guest House, The

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Helmsley Walled Garden

42

Plough – The HQ Collection, The

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McDonald's 

46

Red Lea Hotel

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North Bay Railway

48

Riviera Town House

56

Filey Brigg Caravan & Camping Park 

North Yorkshire Moors Railway 

45

Haven68

North Yorkshire Waterpark Oliver's Mount Events

Ryndle Court Hotel

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IBC

South Moor Farm

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Victoria Seaview

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Olivers On The Mount Café

49

Waves Coastal B&B, The

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Past Times Studio 

47

Whitely, The

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Peasholm Park

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White Rails

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RSPB Bempton Cliffs 

44

Willow Dene Guest House

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Scarborough Market Hall

50

Wrea Head Hall Hotel

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Scarborough Open Air Theatre 

42

Tricolos/Golden Grid/Princess Café

44

Scarborough Spa

50

Scarborough Sea Life Sanctuary

45

Scarborough Museums Trust 

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Stephen Joseph Theatre

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Whitby Coast Cruises &  Whitby Whale Watching

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Whitby Pavilion 

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scarborough serviced accommodation Blands Cliff Lodge B&B

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Boston Hotel

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Cliffside Hotel

54

Cober Hill

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whitby serviced accommodation Arches Guest House, The

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Bramblewick B&B

69

Kimberley House

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Sneaton Castle Centre

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Sunnyvale House

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Bolthole Cottage

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Avondale Holiday Flats

61

Croft Farm Holiday Cottages

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Beach Life Sands Apartments

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Ingrid Flute's Yorkshire Hoiday Cottages  70

Bedwyns Self Catering

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Lemon Cottage

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Mulgrave Estate Holiday Cottages

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Rusty Cottage

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Summerfield Farm

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Cravendale Holiday Flats

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Doll's House 

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Harbourside Apartments

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Sands, The

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Flask Holiday Park, The

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White Acre

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High Straggleton Farm Caravan Park

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Copper Horse – The HQ Collection, The 60

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59

Crows Nest, The

64

Barker Stakes Farm

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Croft, The

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Esplanade Gardens B&B

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Jasmine Park

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Killerby Cottage Farm

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Forest Holidays

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Smugglers Rock Cottages

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North End Farm Country Guest House

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White Owl Holiday Apartments, The

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Raven Hall Hotel and Lodges

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Low Costa Mill

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Old Waiting Rooms

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Sand le Mere Holiday Village

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Welcome to Yorkshire

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Walkers

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Whitby Tourist Information Centre

Scarborough Information Points

Filey Tourist Information Point

Open Air Theatre, Box Office, Burniston Rd, North Bay

24hr Tourist Information Digital Screens

Tourism Bureau, 7 days a week Tel: 01723 383636 Email: tourismbureau@scarborough.gov.uk Stephen Joseph Theatre, Westborough, Scarborough YO11 1JW

RNLI Lifeboat Station, Foreshore Road, Scarborough YO11 1PB

Harbour Office, 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 Scarborough Town Centre Filey Evron Centre Endeavour Wharf in Whitby

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how to get here MIDDLESBROUGH

Saltburn-by-the-Sea A174

Loftus GUISBOROUGH A171

DARLINGTON

key

Staithes Runswick Bay Sandsend

Heritage Coasts North York Moors National Park

WHITBY

Howardian Hills AONB

Danby

A19

Lealholm Grosmont

North Yorkshire Moors Railway

A171

A169

NORTH YORK MOORS

Railway Routes

Robin Hood’s Bay

Roads

Ravenscar

North Yorkshire Moors Railway Route

Lockton

SCARBOROUGH HELMSLEY A170

THIRSK

PICKERING

A170

Cayton

Seamer

FILEY

Wykeham A64

Hunmanby A165

MALTON A64

BRIDLINGTON

A19

Knaresborough HARROGATE

A59

Driffield

A166

YORK A1079

Beverley

LEEDS

by rail

Northern Rail, Cross Country, Virgin Trains East Coast, Grand Central and Transpennine Express run services from all parts of the country GOOLE to York and Leeds where connections can be made to stations within the area including Scarborough, Seamer, Malton, Filey and Thirsk. The Esk Valley route to Whitby operates from Middlesbrough, whilst the Yorkshire Wolds Coast Line runs from Hull to Filey and Scarborough as well as several other local stations in the area.

by road

The A1 connects to the coastal area via the A64 at York and the A170 at Thirsk. The A165 runs from Hull to Scarborough. Whitby can be accessed from Scarborough via the A171 and a motorway connection can be made just north of Middlesbrough.

by bus/coach

National Express coach routes stop at Scarborough, Whitby, Filey, Thirsk and York with onward connections to local destinations (www.nationalexpress.com). Bus operators National Express, Arriva, East Yorkshire and Coastliner operate all year round throughout the area with connections into Scarborough, Whitby, Filey, Malton and Thirsk.

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by sea

South Cave

P&O North Sea Ferries- Rotterdam and Zeebrugge HULL to Hull (www.poferries.com). DFDS Seaways – Netherlands to Newcastle (www.dfdsseaways.co.uk).

by air

The nearest airports are Leeds Bradford, Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield, Durham Tees Valley, Humberside and Newcastle. Train and bus connections can be made from these airports to the area. Slightly further away is Manchester Airport which is served by direct rail connections into Malton, Scarborough, Thirsk and York. Car hire is readily available in Scarborough and Malton.

For more travel information go to discoveryorkshirecoast.com/information/Travel/getting-here or call Traveline 0871 200 22 33

parking Free Car Parking after 6pm in all council car

parks. Any Scarborough Borough council car park tickets are transferable for use in all the car parks in the borough.


Stand Up Paddleboarding

Canoeing

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Jump in and experience the thrills of North Yorkshire Water Park! Blast, climb and slide across our AquaPark, an inflatable total wipeout obstacle course! Enjoy stand up paddleboarding, team building events, kayaking and much more. Make a family day of it with our cafĂŠ and picnic area and enjoy the beautiful setting at Wykeham Lakes, near Scarborough.

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