How About A Game of Bowls Whilst In Scarborough?

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If you fancy a quiet, civilised afternoon’s entertainment whilst on your Scarborough break, head down to the cliffs overlooking North Bay. Here you will find an oasis of calm at the Scarborough Bowls Centre. The only tension is matches being fought out, in the most polite manner imaginable. Scarborough Bowls Club is a perfect place […]

A Day Trip To Robin Hoods Bay Is A Must Do

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Robin Hood Bay is a ‘must see’ attraction for those visiting North Yorkshire. Famous for its winding cobbled streets, little shops and restaurants, there is really nothing to be said against this beautiful fishing village. It has a beautiful beach, studded with rock pools, which children love. Families return year after year. It lies six […]

What Are The Differences Between The North And South Bay?

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Marine Drive, a beautiful Victorian promenade, links the North Bay and South Bay. This link is useful for those who prefer to stay in North Bay, but take the bus into South Bay, and vice versa. So why would you want to travel between the two? What does one have that the other doesn’t? North […]

Surfing in Scarborough’s North Bay

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The word is out. Some of the best surfing in the UK can be found off Scarborough’s North Bay. It’s rapidly becoming the new centre for surfing professionals, and the town has risen to meet the influx of visitors with the provision of new facilities. The Victorians who used to walk sedately along the Promenades, […]

Come Rain Or Shine The Scarborough Go Karting Track Is Great Fun

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Go Karting is an incredibly popular activity for families when on holiday. It has the perfect combination of excitement, novelty, competition and sheer fun. For older children it is a perfect way to spend an afternoon. Adults enjoy it just as much as children, so there is no need for Mum and Dad to sit […]

All Aboard! See Scarborough from an Open Top Bus

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Something of a tradition, open top seafront buses are the perfect way to explore Scarborough’s seafront without all the tiring leg-work. You can visit North Bay and South Bay, maybe taking the chance to orientate yourself when you first arrive. The journey is great for spotting places you’d like to explore during the rest of […]

Why Not Take In A Show at the Scarborough YMCA?

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The YMCA Theatre in Scarborough is a real hotbed of creativity for the local community. It offers a wide range of activities to local children who want to tread the boards, with singing and dancing the most popular clubs they run. The YMCA has its own theatre, which hosts productions all year round. Some of […]

A Night Out At The Scarborough Spa

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If you are looking for a fun and exciting evening while you are staying at Scarborough then why not check out the Scarborough Spa? When you think of a spa you probably think about relaxing baths, massages and chilling out as much as possible, but actually Scarborough Spa is so much more. If you head […]

Betton Farm – Great For Young And Old

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When planning a family holiday it is important that you take in to account everyone that you are travelling with. Making arrangements to suit everyone that you are on holiday with can be tough, especially if you have the needs of young children to take into account. Of course keeping everyone entertained isn’t impossible, it […]

Marine Drive Throughout The Years

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If you visit Scarborough then the chances are that you’ll spend a lot of time on Marine Drive. The road itself is 2.5 miles long and leads from the Spa Footbridge at the South Bay right through to Peasholm Park at the North Bay. Marine Drive was first thought of in 1897 when work started […]

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