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Pocket Guide: Scarborough

Despite being best known for its wealth of glorious inland countryside, North Yorkshire actually boasts some of the most spectacular coastline in all of the United Kingdom. While no visit to North Yorkshire would be complete without a passing visit to the old City of York or the stunning Moors and Dales, an increasing number of holiday makers are flocking to the North Sea coast.

Scarborough is the largest holiday resort on the Yorkshire coast, as well as the most popular. In addition to a pristine sandy beach and a bustling harbour, the iconic seaside town is also home to an impressive and diverse range of hotels, guesthouses and B&Bs.

Attractions in Scarborough

In the summer months, the most popular attraction in Scarborough is the gorgeous sandy beach. This clean beach is great for building sandcastles, lounging in the sun or even catching the odd wave. If the sun isn't shining, head instead for the Sealife Centre.

History buffs in Scarborough are drawn immediately to the imposing 12th-century castle which overlooks the bay. There are fascinating exhibitions held at the castle all year round, and visitors can even grab a refreshment in the picturesque Master Gunner's house.

Charming Guesthouses

Scarborough is a friendly town packed with welcoming guesthouses and some of the best family-run hotels in North Yorkshire. The Sunnyside Guesthouse is a fine example of the kind of inviting accommodation on offer in this seaside town. Guests can enjoy a delicious breakfast in the mornings and the walk to the beachfront is brisk.

Elegant, Historic Hotels

Thanks to its excellent location, Scarborough has been a popular holiday destination for a long time. This means there are plenty of stunning historic hotels in the town, particularly on the grand seafront.

The Crown Spa Hotel is a quintessentially English coastal hotel, with a grand and elegant white facade which looks out to the North Sea. The facilities inside are impressive, including a beautiful indoor swimming pool and an array of spa and beauty treatments. There's also a modern fitness suite, ideal for those keen to stay in shape during their time away.