Mountview Hotel

A Guest house in Scarborough, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

32 West Street, South Cliff
Scarborough
Yorkshire
England
YO11 2QP

Mountview Hotel, Scarborough

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A private, family run establishment, with a strict non-smoking policy, which has been given a Four Star rating from VisitBritain Quality In Tourism, we have everything to make your stay complete, whether you are holiday makers or business delegates. The Mountview prides itself on high standards of cleanliness and home cooking.

Enjoy a comfortable relaxing breakfast in our lovely sunny Victorian dining room. For breakfast, choose from our table of cereals and juices, followed by a full English Breakfast. If you prefer, have a lighter meal of poached or scrambled eggs, finishing with toast and preserves.

The Mountviews excellent location means it is only two or three minutes walk from the Esplanade, where you will enjoy one of the finest views on the east coast - stretching from the picturesque harbour, across to the sea-swept cliffs reaching south toward Filey Brigg. Take the cliff lift down to the Spa, or walk along one of the many paths leading through the Italian & Rose Gardens. Or maybe stroll along the cliff top to town and enjoy the mix of specialist shops and high street names, which offer a wide choice for shopping or browsing.

The Mountview is easily accessible from the town's rail & coach station, and a regular bus service can drop you nearly outside the door.

4 star rating

From: £56.00

Room Facilities
Wireless internet connection
Tea and coffee making facilities
Non-smoking
Hairdryer
Dining guide
Colour television
Alarm clock

Amenities
Wakeup call
Non-smoking (throughout)
Lounge
Ironing facilities

Parking
Off-site parking
Free parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)

Dining Facilities
Enjoy a comfortable relaxing breakfast in our lovely sunny Victorian dining room. For breakfast, choose from our table of cereals and juices, followed by a Full English Breakfast. If you prefer, have a lighter meal of poached or scrambled eggs, finishing with toast and preserves.

Meals

Child Facilities

Pet Policy
No pets

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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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