The Stuart House

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The Stuart House, Scarborough

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The Stuart House Hotel commands one of the most scenic locations in Scarborough, superbly placed with magnificent sea views across beautiful North Bay and North Yorkshire Coast. The hotel is small and family run, offering guests the warmest of welcomes and the highest standards of service. We have received the prestigious ETC 4 star accommodation rating for quality.

Each room offers tea and coffee facilities, TV and central heating. We have a choice of single, twin, double and family rooms, the largest sleeping 6 people. All except one single are en suite.

We welcome families and group bookings are our speciality. For the comfort of other guests all our bedrooms are non-smoking, and unfortunately we do not allow pets. We are open all year round.Stuart house is only 5 minutes walk from the town centre and beaches.

Other attractions are within easy walking distance including Alexandra Bowling Centre, Peasholm Park, Sea Life Centre, Scarboroughs famous Castle and South Bay Harbour and Funfair.Guests can relax and enjoy a quiet drink in our cosy bar, or alternatively relax in our spacious TV lounge. Start your day with one of our unforgettable full English breakfast in our comfortable and airy dining room. We take care to cater for special diets.

 4 star rating

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