NYMR, a historical rail journey experience.

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  What could be more thrilling than experiencing the wonderful Yorkshire scenery from the comfort of a traditional train carriage, and being able to stop along the way at purposely styled stations depicting different ages of history?  Step up to the plate and experience a day out on the award winning North Yorkshire Moors Railway […]

Adventure all the way

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  Visiting Scarborough here on the North Yorkshire coast offers all of the usual seaside delights, as well as some leisure pursuits to keep you active during your holiday. If you are looking for a bit of adventure for yourselves or the youngsters, a few miles out of town you will find Dalby Forest, well […]

A little bit of Scarborough’s history…brought back to life

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  Overlooking the Valley Gardens above Scarborough’s South Bay is a Grade II listed, beautifully renovated building with many original features, housing both business and gallery spaces. Exhibitions and events are held here throughout the year and there is usually something just a little different now and again that may tantalise the curiosity. Woodend is […]

A day out in Robin Hood’s Bay

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Nestled nicely between Scarborough and Whitby is the picturesque village of Robin Hood’s Bay, famed for views, walks, fossils and local history. Team that up with the lovely beach, the fishermens’ cottage style houses on cobbled streets and the local attractions and you have a recipe for a wonderful day out. Shopping is also high […]

Boxing Day fun in Scarborough and Whitby

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© Alex Scott | Dreamstime.com South Bay You may be excused for thinking that all the festive fun ends on Xmas day, but as early as Boxing Day the entertainment continues, so head down to South Bay, a 20 minute walk or short bus ride away from us here at Park Manor for some post […]

It’s Panto time again….. ‘Oh yes it is!‘

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Scarborough and North Yorkshire’s Panto season is almost in full swing so if you are staying with us anytime over the next few weeks and looking for some magical entertainment for all the family, you won’t be disappointed. From big productions to local theatre groups, it’s all here.   Scarborough Cinderella – YMCA Theatre   December […]

Xmas Markets in and around Scarborough

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Trudging around shops or sitting at home online ticking off the Christmas gift list doesn’t really make us feel very festive, and let’s face it, can be down-right boring at times. To bring back the festive feeling and give us a little cheer as we go, what can be better than a good old fashioned […]

Some of Scarborough’s Hidden Gems

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  Most people visiting Scarborough know about the most popular venues to visit either from previous childhood holidays or from more recent visits. There are, however, a few hidden gems dotted around that some may not know about, but are nonetheless well worth a visit.   The Scarborough Fair Collection Who doesn’t love a vintage […]

Spooky goings-on in October

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Stepping out for some seasonal entertainment this month can only mean one thing, Halloween. As the darker nights descend and the cold creeps in, it’s time to wrap up warm, dig out the torches and seek out some spooky fun. To make it a little easier we have listed a host of events that will […]

October Treats to come

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Guests of Park Manor visiting Scarborough this month will be spoilt for choice as Scarborough offers delights both culinary and cultural, with some Halloween fun thrown in for the kiddies. We have a first in the form of a brand new festival which will benefit local charities, an evening of candlelit Baroque splendour and music […]

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