Harbourside Apartments

Sandside, Scarborough, YO11 1PE, United Kingdom
Harbourside Apartments
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Travel Tips for Scarborough

Ebbertson Hall

by Britannia2

England’s smallest ‘stately home’ is Ebberston Hall. It was built in 1718 in the Palladian style by the noted architect Colin Campbell, who lovingly called it a ‘Rustick Edifice’.
On the moors above the village is a Bronze Age burial mound.
I am not sure if this is open in 2010 you can see it quite easily from the outside but everytime we have passed recently it has been closed and yet we did visit a few years ago quite easily although opening was always very restricted. The TIC in Scarborough would be able to advise if you are interested.

The Grand Hotel

by steventilly

The Grand Hotel is indeed Grand in every way. It even has not one but three blue plaques on its wall telling of its various historical connections. You can get a 3 course sunday carvery lunch here for the princely sum of... 6 pounds 50! Worth it just to say you've been in The Grand, I'd say.

More than kiss me quick hats!

by DOUGALSMUM

"The town with the alter ego"

I originally commented on scarborough on my north yorkshire page and said "dont go there its too commercialised and tacky"-then I discovered the north bay!
The north bay is the alter ego of the "kiss me quick" hats type south bay, The north bay houses the wonderfull sea life sanctuary at scalby mills, and a bit further up is Peasholme park, with its lake (still with the enactment of battles carried out with little motorised boats that I used to watch as a girl nearly 40 years ago), beautiful grounds and other low key entertainment. And of course Nort bay is crowned with a beautifull expansive beach watched over by scarborough castle perched on the cliff side.

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