The Admiral Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

13 West Square
Scarborough
Yorkshire
England
YO11 1TW

The Admiral Guest House, Scarborough

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The Admiral is a fine Victorian grade II listed property set in a picturesque quiet square situated directly opposite the railway station and bus terminals, giving great access to Whitby, Filey, Bridlington and Pickering. 3 minutes walk to the town centre,1 minute walk from the renowed award winning Stephen Joseph Theatre, close to both South and North bays and a 10 minutes walk to the beach. We offer you a friendly relaxed stay

Welcome to The Admiral Guest House, a fine Victorian Grade II listed house built in 1840 set within a picturesque quiet square over looking gardens. Situated directly opposite the railway station and major bus stops, at the top of the town centre, a 1 minute walk from the renowned award winning Stephen Joseph Theatre, close to both South and North bays and a 10 minute walk to the beach. We are perfectly placed for all visitors If you are you are looking for a short break, weekend break or if you are working in the area The Admiral Guest House offers excellent Bed and Breakfast accommodation and is open all year round for guests Due to the guest houses's central location, evening outings can usually be enjoyed without the expense and inconvenience of arranging taxis All our rooms are of a good size, comfortable,serviced daily are non smoking and all have their own en-suites, tea and coffee making facilities,hairdryers,wireless internet and televisions A full breakfast can be enjoyed in our cosy dining room and there are different options to choose from including vegetarian Free Wireless Internet, Free Parking Permit is provided on arrival, No Smoking throughout, Full Fire Certificate.

Scarborough Britain's first seaside resort Scarborough has a lovely sweeping coastline, white sandy beaches and spectacular cliffs and rocks as well as a very fine Norman Castle, occupying the prime spot on the headland,offering an oasis of peace and tranquility and stunning views There are an interesting mixture of small shops, big stores and a wide choice of restaurants There are lots of attractions to enjoy in Scarborough including the Sea Life and Marine Sanctuary home to thousands of creatures from around the world Peasholm Park is a traditional municipal park with a large ornamental lake well worth a visit Simply there is something for everyone to enjoy.

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