Bay New Southlands Hotel
Less than half a mile from the seafront, the Bay New Southlands Hotel provides an elegant and relaxing haven for exploring the popular resort town of Scarborough. With 55 well-appointed bedrooms and the option of upgrading to a luxurious premier room, the New Southlands offers guests exceptional comfort, friendly service and an enjoyable stay.
As popular today as it was in Victorian times, Scarborough has dramatic cliffs and a historic harbour providing a dazzling backdrop for the bustling town centre. Take a gentle ride on the North Bay Railway from Peasholm Park to Scalby Mills and enjoy the beautiful views of Scarborough’s North Bay, or explore the area using an open top bus and skip between Scarborough’s most loved attractions with a great value hop-on-hop-off ticket. Get up close and personal with the sea creatures at Sea Life Scarborough. Meet Babs, the Giant Pacific Octopus, or discover the wonderful work of Yorkshire’s Seal Hospital where injured seals are rescued, rehabilitated and released into the local coastal waters.
As day turns to night, there’s plenty to do around Scarborough with three superb venues to choose from. St Joseph’s Theatre offers visitors a choice of shows in its two auditoria, while Scarborough Spa and Scarborough Open Air Theatre play host to explosive acts and big-name entertainers.
The New Southlands has its own programme of evening entertainment and guests can enjoy a glittering programme of live acts with musicians, vocalists, comedy and quizzes. The hotel offers guests stylish surroundings in which to unwind, with hospitable staff on hand to provide fantastic service in its elegant lounge and bar areas.
The hotel has 55 rooms split across four room types, offering different levels of facility. All rooms feature a comfy bed, television, en suite and tea and coffee making facilities as standard, with additional amenities in higher graded rooms, please click the individual room types below for more information.
Standard Plus Room
Bay New Southlands Hotel
Directions: From the south via A64: Stay on the A64 until you reach Seamer Road Retail Park, take the right after the retail park towards South Cliff and follow the road until you reach the junction with Filey Road. Turn left at the junction, and then right after the church and the hotel will be 100m down the road on the right.
From the North via A171: Continue on the A171 until you reach Burniston, take a slight left at the roundabout onto the A165 and continue for 4 miles. Turn left down West Street, opposite St Andrew’s United Reformed Church, the hotel is 100m down the road on the right.This hotel has a limited amount of parking spaces, these can be reserved at £6.00 per day. Advanced booking is recommended. There is some on road parking and a nearby public car park, charges apply for both
This delightful park is never closed and can be enjoyed by all. The park has a lake and a wide range of boats can be hired during the summer, from rowing boats and canoes to pedalos. With a bandstand in the lake, you can regularly hear fantastic music being played whilst you sail along the lake in the warm summer sun. Two cafés are open during the tourist season if you want to get a drink, snack or ice cream whilst you enjoy these beautiful surroundings.
The original theatre, opened by Joseph in 1955, was a small venue located on the 1st floor of the Public Library. As the theatre’s popularity grew, it moved location in 1976 to the ground floor of Scarborough Boys' High School. The theatre finally found its permanent home in 1988 when the local Odeon cinema closed. Today, the theatre is as popular as ever with amazing acts from all over the country performing on a regular basis.
This historic miniature railway park has been open since 1931, taking passengers from Peasholm Park to Scalby Mills station. The ride on the railway provides stunning views of Scarborough's North Bay. The North Bay Railway offers many attractions within its park, from boating on the lake to driver experience courses. The course offers you the chance to drive one of the historic miniature locomotives from Peasholm Park station to Scalby Mills
Set in the scenic grounds of the Flower of May Holiday Park, the Scarborough Fair boasts a unique collection of steam engines, vintage cars, mechanical organs and vintage fairground attractions. The famous 'Mighty Wurlitzer' can be seen in all its glory in the large ballroom. Take part in the Fair's tea dances, which take place every Wednesday and Thursday between 1-4pm, and look out for other events throughout the year.
The Scarborough Sea Life Sanctuary hosts some magnificent marine creatures, including the ever-popular ‘Nemo’ clownfish and sharks. The sanctuary has many zones to visit, including the Bay of Rays, the Great Barrier Reef, Penguin Island and Shark Encounter. One of the top highlights of the aquarium is the Ocean Tunnel, which holds 156,000 litres of natural seawater. You can clearly see lots of creatures up-close-and-personal through the Ocean Tunnel, from a plethora of colourful fish to the gentle loggerhead sea turtle.
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