Welcoming visitors for over 360 years, Britain's first seaside resort really does have it all; award-winning beaches, dramatic cliffs and castle headland, fantastic family attractions, historic harbour and of course a warm Yorkshire welcome. Scarborough itself was founded around 966 AD as Skarðaborg by Thorgils Skarthi, a Viking raider.
Scarborough is divided into two bays, South Bay is the busiest beach with its fine, soft sand and arching bay creating a perfect sun trap, why not take your family exploring in the fabulous rock pools and don't forget the Donkey rides! North Bay is Scarborough's Blue Flag Beach, one of the best in Europe for both cleanliness and safety. Slightly quieter of the two offering fantastic sea views.
CHOICE OF 5 HOTELS!
Well known hotel in the town centre overlooking the town's harbour and South Bay ideally located to enjoy beautiful beaches, promenade walks and all that Scarborough has to offer, plus live entertainment every night!
St Nicholas Cliff
Situated in Scarborough's elegant South Cliff area, the hotel is a short walk into the town centre or take the famous Victorian Cliff Lift to the beach and promenade.
South Cliff Roundabout
BAY NORBRECK HOTEL
the Norbreck occupies a fantastic, elevated position offering panoramic views of the North Shore beach and North Sea coastline. Yorkshire's premier seaside resort is the ideal base for discovering the dramatic coast and North Yorks Moors National Park.
Scarborough North & South Beaches
North Bay Railway
The Scarborough Fair Collection
Stephen Joseph Theatre
Open Top Bus Tours
Scarborough Open Air Theatre
South Cliff Italian Gardens & Spa
Scarborough SEA LIFE Sanctuary
Bridlington & Sewerby Hall
Whitby & Robin Hood's Bay
North Yorkshire Moors Railway
Helmsley & Rievaulx Abbey
Flamborough Headland & Bempton Cliffs
York 16 Nov - 22 Dec
Gledmere House 2 - 3 Dec