‘Welcome!’ This is the first thing you will hear when you step foot in The Park Manor Hotel. We pride ourselves on the warm reception we give guests, who have often travelled a long way to reach us. Time to relax, and take in all that Park Manor has to offer.
Get out and about! There is so much to do in the area surrounding Scarborough. Here are seven attractions that we think are really worth visiting during your trip to the North Yorkshire Coast.
The Scarborough area has an impressive literary and acting heritage, with connections to Bram Stoker, Anne Brontë, The Sitwells, Ben Kingsley, Susan Hill, and Charles Laughton. Resident Alan Ayckbourn was the artistic director of the Stephen Joseph Theatre until 2009, and a majority of his plays performed first.
You’ve decided to come to Scarborough on your holidays. Good choice! But what should you consider before clicking that ‘Book’ button? Here are five things you might like to bear in mind when choosing your hotel in Scarborough.
Scarborough is packed with restaurants. But how do you sort the good from the bad? Eating out can be a minefield, particularly when you don’t know the area and are only visiting for a short time. Here are five outstanding local restaurants, which have consistently delighted our guests, and where you can guarantee you will be offered a warm welcome.
Has the TV series ‘Four In A Bed’ put you off B&Bs forever, or made you more enthusiastic? Or are you a confirmed hotel person, who enjoys a little more privacy and a touch more luxury? Here are a few things you might think about before you decide whether to book B&B or hotel accommodation in Scarborough.
Image Source Scarborough Open Air TheatreNorthstead Manor Gardens, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, Englandhttp://www.scarboroughopenairtheatre.com/ The Scarborough Open Air Theatre is known locally as SOAT or The OAT. It was built in the 1930s, when seaside holidays were incredibly popular. It drew thousands of visitors a year. Refurbished in 2010, this exciting space is once again drawing crowds, with acts such […]
Are you going to Scarborough Fair? Many people associate Scarborough with the beautiful old English ballad, popularised in the Seventies by Simon & Garfunkle. Scarborough was supposedly founded around 966 AD, by Viking invaders, although continuous settlements and raids left very little evidence of this for the Domesday survey to record in 1085.