Ashburton Hotel

Bed and Breakfast in Scarborough, Yorkshire

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43 Valley Road
YO11 2LX

Ashburton Hotel, Scarborough

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In an ideal position in Scarboroughs beautiful valley, The Ashburton Hotel is just a few minutes walk along the level, tree-lined Valley Road from the South Bay and the beach. A family-run hotel that takes great pride in catering for its guests, The Ashburton offers a cheerful friendly atmosphere, good home cooking and a high standard of cleanliness. Rated 4 stars by Visitbritain we aim to offer the best combination of quality, service and value in Scarborough.

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