Miricia Hotel

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

5 Rutland Terrace, Queens Parade
YO12 7JB

Miricia Hotel, Scarborough

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Accommodation Description:

The Miricia offers bed and breakfast accommodation with standard and en-suite rooms, many with panoramic sea views across the North Bay beach up to the Scarborough Castle. Our central location allows easy access to both North and South Bay beaches, town centre and to all of Scarborough’s attractions.

The Miricia is an ideally located, 11 bedroom family run bed and breakfast accommodation, situated on Scarborough's Castle headland with panoramic sea views across the picturesque North Bay, the Town Centre is 5 minutes away and the South Bay beach with all its attractions is behind us. We have a wide selection of bedrooms including single, twin, double and family. Many rooms have en-suite facilities and/or seas views.

We can also offer a bath for those more relaxing times or simply to bath the children. All bedrooms have tea and coffee making facilities, television, alarm clock, hand wash basin & fresh towels. A travel cot can be provide for your convenience.

We pride ourselves on a friendly atmosphere and relaxing environment. Breakfast is served in our modern contemporary dining room and includes; fruit juice, fresh milk and cereals, toast, Full English and tea or coffee. We pride ourselves on our freshly cooked-to-order breakfasts.

Alternatives such as vegetarian or simply a lighter option such as beans or scrambled eggs on toast. Highchair available for your family breakfasts. We offer a sea-view modern contemporary guest lounge with books and board games freely available for your comfort and relaxation.

We also provide an outdoor front seating area for you to sit and enjoy the spectacular views.

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