Valley Bar to South Bay Beach is a nice level walk past the Valley Road Duck pond, under Valley Bridge and through the gardens to the Rotunda and Spa Bridge.

The beautiful seaside resort of Scarborough has stunning South and North Bays, situated between the old town and Castle.

South Bay has entertainment, a small fishing harbour and the Spa Complex.

North Bay is a tranquil quiet bay with the Sea Live Centre and nearby Peasholm Park.

Close to Scarborough we have many small sea side resorts and villages such as Filey, Flamborough, Whitby, Robin Hoods Bay and Ravenscar. All these vary in styles buy are all popular days out.

Dalby Forest, Dales, Moors and the Vale all offer stunning walks and days out too.

The real ale scene in Scarborough is very good, the beers are kept in excellent condition and you can find up to 45 real ales available across the town at any one time plus 10 ciders as we are privileged to have many genuine free houses, with landlords who are passionate about their beers.

Please see the local camra web page www.scarborocamra.org.uk for Scarborough town map.

Other guest houses nearby
If we are full or do not have suitable accommodation available please try the following. All are close to the spa complex, south bay, town centre and just a few doors away from us.

Cellars, Brialene holiday flats - real ale basement bar just 7 doors away from us.
37 Valley Road, Scarborough YO11 2LX

Grosvenor House Hotel - Long established guest house
51 Grosvenor Road, Scarborough YO11 2LZ
01723 363801

Ashburton Hotel - small friendly family run guest house with parking facilities
43 Valley Road, Scarborough YO11 2LX
01723 374382

Scarborough-travel-lodge - larger but family run lodge with disabled facilities and has over 30 rooms
33 Valley Road, Scarborough, YO11 2LX
01723 363537

Raincliffe Hotel - lovely newly extended and refurbished guest house.
21 Valley Road, Scarborough, YO11 2LX
01723 373541

Hope this is of use to you, if you want more information please feel free to ring us or try Scarborough tourist information on www.scarborough.gov.uk.