Harmony Country Lodge

Guest House in Scarborough, Yorkshire

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80 Limestone Rd, Burniston
Scarborough
Yorkshire
England
YO13 0DG

Harmony Country Lodge, Scarborough

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Your hosts Sue and Tony Hewitt invite you to their peaceful, non smoking, octagonal retreat just a short distance from the coast and surrounded by beautiful countryside on the edge of the N York Moors. Wonderful panoramic views of the sea and countryside with private parking. It is relaxing even at busy times.

A unique and octagonally designed, peaceful countryside retreat, close to Scarborough offering a warm welcome and bed and breakfast with a difference. Harmony is totally non smoking and situated in tranquil extensive grounds, surrounded by beautiful 360 degree panoramic views, overlooking the National Park and sea. Our aim at Harmony is to give friendly, personal service during your visit.

We can offer attractively decorated, comfortable single, twin, double, or family rooms all with en suite facilities, television, radio alarm and complimentary tray. We have a 'premises drinks licence' and so you could relax with a drink if necessary in the guest lounge or enjoy the superb views from our spacious, wind chime decorated conservatory. Away from the busy streets and traffic of Scarborough with ample private parking, it is an ideal base for walking, cycling or motoring with easy access to Scarborough, Whitby, the North York Moors and the dramatic North Yorkshire coastline.

You can start your day with a full traditional English breakfast or a vegetarian choice and if given sufficient notice also cater for alternative diets whenever possible. Please note, due to our elevated location we have 12 low-rise steps into the house. For your comfort and convenience do please make us aware of any special requirements you may need before arriving, and we will try our best to accommodate you.

Scarborough, which is England's first holiday resort, is only 3 miles away. 10 min by car. We now offer WiFi to our guests.

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