Things to Do in Scarborough

The Spa Scarborough

Landmarks

The Spa offers a range of conference suites & entertainment venues including: The Grand Hall seating 2000, home to the Scarborough Spa Orchestra. The Spa Theatre, a 600-seater Victorian Theatre, home to the second-longest running Summer Season show in the country. The Green Lounge, Promenade Lounge & Ocean Room which all cater for the smaller conference or event.

Accommodations near The Spa Scarborough
  • South Bay, Foreshore Road
Scarborough Castle

Landmarks

Scarborough castle is over 3000 years old dating back to the bronze age. It is said that King Richard III enjoyed the view from the battlements so much so that he still walks them today!

Accommodations near Scarborough Castle
  • Castle Road
Stephen Joseph Theatre

Theaters

The Stephen Joseph Theatre is home to Alan Ayckbourn, the world's most performed living playwright and boasts 2 auditoria: The Round and The McCarthy, which also doubles as a cinema.

Accommodations near Stephen Joseph Theatre
  • Westborough

Reviews of Scarborough

8

Very good

July 27, 2016

Plenty of lively pubs with entertainment, also lots of reasonably priced places to eat, the surroundings and theatres and variety of other entertainment for all ages exceptional.
j
United Kingdom
1 review
10

Exceptional

July 27, 2016

Love day trips to Scarborough so thought id stay a night however the nightlife wasn't very good. Great if your looking for a quiet seaside getaway. Much prefer Whitby though
Rebecca
United Kingdom
1 review
8

Very good

July 26, 2016

North side of the bay is alot quieter.Walk from North to South Bay is flat so easy to walk.South side alot busier for the arcades,beach.High Street is on the south side not far from the train station.
Kath and Mark
United Kingdom
2 reviews
8

Very good

July 26, 2016

We went to scarborough to a friends wedding and just walked around next day and had a few drinks in a couple of pubs went to a couple of cafes which was lovely and fish and chips were so nice too
Mrs Pauline
United Kingdom
1 review
8

Very good

July 26, 2016

Love Scarborough we go every year. Front looking a bit shabby and gulls are a nightmare but it's a great place for a day or two out
lisa
United Kingdom
2 reviews
8

Very good

July 26, 2016

Visited several local pubs, did lots of walking, played the slots and dodged the seagulls no.2's!
Paul
United Kingdom
1 review
10

Exceptional

July 26, 2016

Went there in the fifties with my parents , took my daughter she loved it, pleanty to do.........
Roger
United Kingdom
2 reviews
10

Exceptional

July 26, 2016

Plenty to see and do in Scarborough and lots of good food and friendly people
Leeds lass
United Kingdom
1 review

Accommodations and Hotels in Scarborough

La Baia Hotel

9.4 Wonderful

Score from 348 reviews

$52

Average price per night
  • 24 Blenheim Terrace, The Real Heart of Scarborough, Scarborough
The Tudor House

8.8 Excellent

Score from 200 reviews

$33

Average price per night
  • 164-166 North Marine Road, The Real Heart of Scarborough, Scarborough
Esplanade Gardens B&B

8.6 Excellent

Score from 266 reviews

$42

Average price per night
  • 24, Esplanade Gardens, Scarborough
Ambassador Hotel

7.7 Good

Score from 1871 reviews

$90

Average price per night
  • Centre Of The Esplanade, Scarborough
Royal Hotel

6.9 Review score

Score from 2965 reviews

$64

Average price per night
  • St Nicholas St, Scarborough City Centre, Scarborough
The Crown Spa Hotel

8.6 Excellent

Score from 2920 reviews

$76

Average price per night
  • Esplanade, Scarborough
Palm Court Hotel

8.4 Very good

Score from 805 reviews

$90

Average price per night
  • St Nicholas Cliff, Scarborough City Centre, Scarborough
East Ayton Lodge

7.9 Good

Score from 859 reviews

$65

Average price per night
  • Moor Lane, East Ayton, Scarborough
The Grand Scarborough

6.6 Review score

Score from 8261 reviews

$46

Average price per night
  • St Nicholas Cliff, Scarborough City Centre, Scarborough
See what other visitors said

Best of Scarborough

Lovely beaches, but would be better in summer as many facilities not open in winter. Whitby is a better bet for out of season breaks.

They are fine as they are- wouldn't recommend doing it at high tide of course!!!

Soft sands and harbour walks along with rock pools in the South Bay

Long exspance of of promenade for walking and nice sunsets.

there's so much to see and do I never get tired of it.

I was alone on this holiday.

Long walks on the beach.

the sea front

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