Northcote Hotel

Guest House in Scarborough, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

114 Columbus Ravine
Scarborough
Yorkshire
England
YO12 7QZ

Northcote Hotel, Scarborough

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Offering bed and breakfast accommodation and evening meals, Northcote is ideally placed to serve as a holiday base to explore Scarborough and the surrounding North Yorkshire coastline.Ideal for both long and short breaks Northcote is situated close North Bay and many of Scarborough?s amenities including Peasholm Park, local swimming pools, Cricket Club, bowls centre, the town centre and beach.

Offering bed and breakfast accommodation and evening meals, Northcote is ideally placed to serve as a holiday base to explore Scarborough and the surrounding North Yorkshire coastline.Ideal for both long and short breaks Northcote is situated close North Bay and many of Scarborough?s amenities including Peasholm Park, local swimming pools, Cricket Club, bowls centre, the town centre and beach. The friendly family run establishment has a range of rooms and is child friendly with high chairs and cots available upon request. Colour television, tea and coffee making facilities, radio alarm clock, iron, ironing board and hair dryer are provided in all rooms.

All rooms are centrally heated and en-suite. Some rooms have DVD players and Freeview boxes. There is a separate lounge for guests use where there is a large colour television, DVD player and Freeview.

There are good views of Columbus Ravine from the bay window. The recently refurbished dining room offers comfortable seating at individual tables where guests can relax and enjoy their meals. The bar is open during dinner and upon request at other times.

We offer a selection of wines and spirits to suit all tastes and draught beer and lager. Please Note: We are a Non Smoking property. Regrettably, pets are not allowed.

Children welcome. Check in: 14:00. Check out: 10:00.

 3 star rating

From: £25.00

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