Bed & Breakfasts in Scarborough

View over Scarborough Bay

View over Scarborough Bay

Award winning Bed & Breakfast accommodation in Scarborough

Award winning Bed & Breakfast accommodation in Scarborough

Full of historical attractions, period B&Bs and family amusements, Scarborough is one of Britain’s oldest seaside resorts and home to two beautiful beach bays. If you are planning a break with the kids, there are plenty of family friendly bed and breakfasts close to Peasholm Park in the North Bay area or stay close to the South Bay for easy access to the wonderful castle ruins and transport links including the town’s train station. Many guest houses offer a delicious Yorkshire sourced breakfast to help set up for the day and family friendly facilities often include travel cots, high chairs and a garden where you can relax in the evening. With it’s wide choice of charming period B&Bs, Scarborough also provides a romantic base for a weekend break and there is a choice of guest houses with four poster rooms including a Grade II listed former windmill and elegant Victorian properties.

Modern amenities can also include free Wi-Fi service and free car parking or parking permits can also be provided – see individual properties details for further information on specific facilities.

Scarborough beach

Scarborough beach

Ideally situated on the beautiful Yorkshire Coast and close to the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, a bed and breakfast in Scarborough can provide the perfect base for dog friendly holidays or short breaks. Enjoy exploring the miles of scenic coastal paths along the North and South Bays or take a stroll around The Mere which is a large natural lake in the town’s South Cliff area. Search our website for pet friendly B&B’s which are ideal for your break and accept pets by prior arrangement. An additional charge may apply – please see individual properties for further information. Options include wonderful period properties close to the beach or stay further inland and choose a welcoming guest hous set in a large grounds and offering panoramic views over the sea and nearby park.

Leanne has worked for iknow for almost ten years and has travelled extensively around the UK along with living in New Zealand for two years. When not walking in the Lakes or along the Leeds Liverpool Canal, she loves a good city break to Cardiff or Edinburgh and a stroll around a museum.