The Grand Scarborough

The Grand Scarborough is a 2 star seafront hotel in Scarborough. The hotel offers good access to the town centre, local attractions & great sea views.

Address

St Nicholas Cliff
Scarborough
North Yorkshire
YO11 2ET
Tel: +44 (0)871 222 0047

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Overview


The hotel offers guests comfortable 2 star budget accommodation and facilities at competitive rates. The hotel is housed inside an attractive historic Victorian building that retains period features, the hotel has plenty of character and old world charm. The hotel facilities mean it is suitable for both business and leisure guests. The hotel is situated in the seafront where guests can see some wonderful sea view and next to the town centre in Scarborough and local attractions including the Sea Life Centre and the famous beach.

Local transport links in the area include Scarborough train station located less than 1 mile from the hotel. The train station offers services to Leeds, Liverpool and Manchester and other local and regional areas including Hull, Leicester and Sheffield. The hotel is close by to major roads including the A64 and A161 providing good road connections.

Visitors can expect a friendly welcome with good levels of service at the hotel. The hotel is located in the seaside resort of Scarborough, where visitors can find good access to local amenities. The closest train stations to the hotel are located at Scarborough, Seamer and Filey.



Facilities


There are a total of 382 en-suite guest bedrooms at the hotel. The rooms offer comfortable accommodation, the rooms decorated and furnished to a good standard. Guests can choose from single, twin, double, family and triple rooms, with a choice of standard and premier rooms available. For greater space and luxury the Turret rooms offer wonderful views over Scarborough and the sea.

Room facilities include television, telephone, radio, alarm clock, hairdryer, trouser press, iron and ironing facilities and tea and coffee making facilities. There are rooms with disabled access available.

Both smoking and non-smoking are available.

Complimentary Wi-Fi internet access is available in public areas at the hotel. There are no on-site car parking facilities for hotel guests, there is street car parking available in the streets around the hotel at a approx cost of £1.50 per hour. Alternatively there is the Palm Court car park with a cost of approx £13 per day and the Wilkinsons NCP car park with a cost of approx £8 per day, both car parks are located within a 10 minute walk of the hotel.

The hotel has facilities for a range of business meetings and conferences with capacity for up to 200 delegates. The hotel is a popular venue for weddings and private events with its scenic seaside setting, there a number of packages available with banqueting capacity for up to 200 guests.


Dining


Guests can enjoy the breakfast buffet each morning with a choice of breads, cereals, yogurts, fruits, juices and hot and cold drinks. There are hot items too including eggs and sausages.

The Harbour Lights Restaurant serves a range of meat, fish and vegetable dishes along with a choice of tempting desserts. The restaurant offers great views over the bay and harbour; diners can enjoy a memorable dining experience here. The cuisine served is modern British and European.

The Premier Restaurant is a cosy restaurant that includes a carvery and a choice of hot and cold dishes and a good wine list for the perfect accompaniment to dinner.

The Empress Suite is a place where guests can sit back and relax with a choice of drinks available including, soft drinks, real ales, beers, wines, spirits and local specialities. There is a relaxed atmosphere here making it an ideal place to catch up with friends, family and colleagues.

The Cabaret Ballroom Bar is where the entertainment takes place with a range of music, dancing and live shows performing here. There is a dance floor and seating for 400, the entertainment here is available all year round.

Local Attractions


Yorkshire is located in the North of England, the county is the largest in England and has three sub divisions North, South and East Yorkshire. The county has a range of scenery, landscapes and attractions for visitors to enjoy, including national parks, historic cities, villages with of plenty of character.

The City of Leeds has been transformed in recent years by many redevelopment and regeneration projects. Among the signs of redevelopment are the range of shopping facilities that include the Victorian Quarter that offers wonderful shopping opportunities and the canal waterfront.

Newer elements have been added to the grand older buildings located in the city of Leeds and has a wide range of museums and galleries for visitors to see. Queen Victoria opened the historic Town Hall back in 1858 and the Civic Hall.

Armley Mill was once the largest woollen mill in the world, today it is an acclaimed industrial museum. The City Art Gallery houses some impressive collections covering modern art, watercolours and sculptures among others.

The Bradford area includes the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, Cartwright Hall & Mughal Garden and Salt’s Mill. The National Museum of Photography, Film & Television is one of the most popular museums outside of London and Salt’s Mill contains some fine art collections. Historically Halifax was known as a prosperous wool town; shown by the Italianate colonnaded 18th century Piece Hall, which contains a textile museum, art gallery and shops. The town has the Eureka! Museum for Children, dedicated to children under the age of 11. There are a choice of exhibits on display and a full programme of events and activities there is plenty to see and do for children and adults here.

The North York Moors provides wonderful walking opportunities for walking enthusiasts and is a great way to see and appreciate the countryside, landscape and nature in the area. The moors are located approx 20 miles from the hotel. The Cleveland Way long-distance path, is an interesting path that illustrates the contrasts in the landscape of the park and provides a great backdrop from which to enjoy your visit.

The area known as the Yorkshire Dales covers approx 1,600 square miles and this includes the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The park is part of the Forest of Bowland AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and the Nidderdale AONB. The AONB is recognition of the unique natural heritage and aim to conserve the areas for the future. The area can be wild, tranquil, peaceful, charming, and full of character all at the same time. The area is well known for flower-filled meadows, heather moors and waterfalls giving visitors an insight in to England's scenic areas.

The Dales are known for the stone-built villages that have become synonymous with the area for centuries. In these rural communities agriculture still plays an important role in maintaining the local economy. Approx nine million visitors are attracted to the Yorkshire Dales each year, drawn by the natural beauty, the tranquillity, varied landscapes and the variety of outdoor activities that the area has to offer visitors.

The Northern Dales contains a number of scenic valleys, historic market towns and traditional villages to explore. Ripley Castle located a few miles from Harrogate in North Yorkshire, is a historic attractions that has been home of the Ingilby family for several hundred years. Tours are available for visitors to learn more about this fascinating castle. The estate includes gardens and a deer park that has plenty of wildlife to enjoy.

Castle Howard is a stately home in North Yorkshire. The extravagant baroque estate has a trademark dome that stands 80 feet above the opulent mansion. The interior of the castle is impressive with a range of fine collections in furniture, art, porcelain and sculpture that have been collected over the years.

Harewood House in Leeds is home to the Queen's cousin, the Earl of Harewood. The historic house provides a great day out for the whole family. There are outstanding art collections, grand State Rooms and fascinating 'Below Stairs' exhibitions. The house is located in stunning grounds; there are formal gardens and woodland walks. Visitors explore the Gardens and Bird Garden and enjoy a boat trip across the lake and children can enjoy themselves in the Adventure Playground. There is a full programme of events and exhibitions.

One of the most popular seaside resorts in the north of England is Scarborough. Located on the North Yorkshire coast, the town has impressive cliff scenery and wonderful sandy bays. The seaside entertainment includes traditional seaside fare for the whole family.

The city of York is among the most visited places in Yorkshire. The historic city dates back over 2,000 years and within its city walls there plenty of the legacies of Medieval, Viking and Roman history. The buildings display a mix of these influences and classic buildings from the 18th to 20th centuries too. York Minster, the best known symbol of the city, towers over the city. There are three miles of city walls which surround the medieval city.

The best known tourist attraction in York is York Minster, which is the largest Medieval Gothic cathedral north of the Alps and a treasure house of 800 years of stained glass. There are some spectacular views to be enjoyed from the top of the tower. The Chapter house dates back to the medieval period with beautiful carved stone. Central Tower offers visitors with the best viewpoint in York. The crypt contains the oldest parts of the building; the building is widely regarded as an artistic and architectural treasure.

Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal Park is situated on the banks of the River Skell, in North Yorkshire. The site is a recognised world heritage site for its outstanding historic and aesthetic importance. The 18th century landscape garden at Studley Royal Park is one of the few surviving examples of a Georgian Green garden. The gardens include features such as ponds, temples, lakes, statues, bridges and cascades.

Mother Shipton’s Cave are situated in the forests of the town of Knaresborough in North Yorkshire. Mother Shipton lived during the reigns of Henry VIII among others, becoming famous for her prophetic visions, which became feared throughout the UK. Mother Shipton was born in the cave, located close to geological phenomenon of The Petrifying Well, thought to have miraculous healing properties. Visitors can explore the Mother Shipton Estate, viewing the cave and Petrifying Well.

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Closest Train Stations:

Scarborough: 0.5 Miles

Seamer: 3.5 Miles

Filey: 7.6 Miles


Closest Airports:
The closest airport is Durham Tees Valley Airport located 63 miles away by road via the A171, A172, A174 and A66. Leeds Bradford Airport is located 75 miles away via the A64, A59 and A568.

Durham Tees Valley Airport: 63 Miles

Leeds Bradford Airport: 75 Miles



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