Charming Scarborough guest house dating from the 1700s with 9 en-suite rooms including deluxe sea view rooms. Parking available. Family friendly and perfect for romantic breaks.
Brimming with charm and character, the Duke of York Guest House in Scarborough dates from the early 1700s and affords stunning views across to South Bay and the pretty harbour. Just a short stroll from the famous Spa entertainment complex, beaches and town centre restaurants and shops, we're perfectly placed for relaxing holidays on the Yorkshire Coast. Choose from 9 attractively furnished en-suite rooms, all newly refurbished to the highest standards. The guest house accommodates up to 20 guests and boasts 6 front rooms with glorious sea views. Families, couples and single occupancy are all warmly welcomed.
All 9 guest rooms boast en-suite facilities with either a shower or bath. Rooms include well stocked hospitality trays with tea, coffee, hot chocolate and luxury biscuits, hairdryers and bottled water. The 6 sea view rooms to the front, including 2 premier first floor sea view rooms, also feature binoculars. Stylish and contemporary throughout, all rooms have wall mounted flat screen TVs with freeview and each bed is handpicked to guarantee a restful night's sleep. Central heating is throughout for your comfort and hot water is available 24/7.
Reduced rates are available to our long-stay guests staying 7 nights or more, and children under 3 years stay free! B&B rates include our delicious breakfasts, with a choice of Full English cooked breakfast featuring M&S thick pork sausages and free range eggs. A range of lighter alternatives from cereals and fresh fruits to yoghurts are also available, accompanied by a choice of teas and gold roast coffee. Special diets are happily catered for, with a vegetarian cooked breakfast available on request.
Guests have access to their own lounge with digital TV/ Sky package. Cots and ironing facilities are provided on request. Parking is available for 6 cars on-site within our private car park situated to the front of the building.