Bay Norbreck Hotel
The Bay Norbreck enjoys panoramic views over Scarborough’s beach to the sea from its wonderful elevated position high above the shore. Set in a period building with stylish contemporary décor, this hotel assures guests of a welcoming and comfortable stay with plenty to see and do nearby.
The hotel has 52 rooms with a choice of Standard or Standard Plus grade and sea views available. Each room is tastefully decorated, incorporating a range of facilities to ensure that guests have everything they need for a fantastic break.
The Norbreck has its own attractive restaurant where the friendly team are on hand to serve guests delicious dishes from the tantalising menu. Tuck into a fantastic meal in bright, airy surroundings, unwind with a drink in the bar or relax and enjoy an evening of great entertainment in the ballroom. Comedy and vocalists will take you through to the early hours.
There’s plenty to see and do nearby with the fascinating ruins of Scarborough Castle just a short walk from the Norbreck’s doorstep. Immerse yourself in 3,000 years of history, enjoy the brilliant views of the town and coastline from the castle walls and treat yourself to tea in the Master Gunner's house at this delightful English Heritage attraction. Over near the clock tower, you’ll find Scarborough’s wonderful South Cliff Italian Gardens, offering inspiration for gardeners everywhere. Absolutely brimming with vibrant colour, these gardens are the perfect backdrop for a gentle stroll. Afterwards, you can head into the town to enjoy the many traditional seaside treats on offer.
The hotel has 52 rooms split across two 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. A number of rooms have step free access and a number are adapted for guests with disabilities, please ask about this when booking.
Standard Plus Room
Bay Norbreck Hotel
Directions: From the south via A64 - Stay on the A64 until you see on road signs for South Bay and the Town Centre, follow these turning right onto Valley Road. Continue on Valley road until you have almost reached the seafront, turning left just at the roundabout next to the rotunda museum onto Vernon Road, turn right at the next roundabout and follow the road before turning right again at the next roundabout onto Castle Road and the hotel is a quarter of a mile along the road on the left.
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 about 2.5 miles, at the roundabout just after Scarborough Open Air Theatre, go straight on and then immediately left onto Peasholm Road. At the roundabout, turn left onto Castle Road and the hotel is a quarter of a mile along the road on the left.The Norbreck hotel has a limited number of parking spaces that can be reserved at £6.00 per day. Advanced booking is strongly recommended. Some on street parking is usually available, charges apply
The castle sits in a fantastic location with picturesque views over the Yorkshire coastline. With over 3,000 years of history, take a walk through the grassy headland and relax with a beverage and snack in the Master Gunner's house. The castle has twice been besieged by Parliamentarians during the Civil War and is famous for its defence against the Jacobites, the German Kaiser during WWI and even Napoleon.
The first production to be staged at the Open Air Theatre was called 'Merrie England', back in 1932. The popular 'It's a Knockout' was held here at the theatre every Wednesday for around 11 years. The stage is built on an island in the middle of a lake, and the audience's seating is fixed opposite the stage. In 1977, the stage and the dressing rooms were demolished and most of the seating removed. The theatre was officially reopened in 2010 by The Queen and since then has played host to the biggest stars from around the world, including Elton John and Status Quo.
Many amazing pieces of history can be found at the Rotunda Museum, from the famous Gristhorpe Man skeleton (bronze age man), to the fascinating dinosaur fossils found on the East Yorkshire coast. In addition to its incredible artefacts, the Rotunda building is well worth visiting for its unique circular architecture alone. The museum was based on a design suggested by William 'Strata' Smith, famous for being the father of English geology.
A truly breathtaking architectural marvel, the building of Castle Howard began in 1699 and took over a hundred years to fully complete. Inside the castle, you can view the amazing world-famous art housed within Castle Howard's lavish interior. There are around 1,000 acres of parkland, including rolling lawns, fountains and lakes, temples and ornamental gardens.
The House contains a fascinating collection of objects and items brought from around the world by Frank Green, a wealthy industrialist. Visit the banqueting table in the Great Hall and transport yourself back in time, imagining what it would have been like to be present at a feast. The Blue Drawing Room is probably one of the most famous rooms in the house and a must-see. Created by Frank Green and based on the Palace of Versailles, you will see a dazzling collection of furniture covered in gold, an extremely expensive commodity at the time.
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