Self Catering Flats for Short Holiday Stay or Long Term
YO12 7HF, Scarborough, 13 Blenheim Terrace
Facing the North Sea in Scarborough, The Helaina Apartments feature self-catering, stylish accommodation, 2.7 miles from North York Moors National Park. Some apartments offer stunning sea views, and all include free Wi-Fi. The apartments feature... read more
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YO11 2EP, Scarborough, 5 Harcourt Place
Situated in Scarborough, Harcourt Place offers accommodation with free WiFi and TV, as well as water sports facilities. All units comprise a seating area with a sofa and a fully equipped kitchen with various cooking... read more
£ 94.97View Rates
Scarborough in North Yorkshire UK – a Seafront Town
Scarborough is a seafront town in North Yorkshire with a population of around 50,000 inhabitants. One of the most popular holiday resorts in the region, Scarborough has also started to expand its creative and digital economy. It is characterised by its limestone cliffs which rise behind the harbour to heights of roughly 70 metres, as well as its rocky centre which extends into the North Sea.
This causes a physical divide in the town and is the reason for its North Bay and South Bay. This town is also famous for its harbour and cheap holidays here will grant you access to dozens of restaurants serving some of the finest seafood from the North Sea.
The Esplanade runs along the South Cliff. From here you have stunning views of South Bay Beach, home to entertainment venues like the Spa and Futurist, the harbour, arcades, great dining and gift shops. Visit the Rose Garden and the truly magical Italian Gardens, just off the Esplanade. Scarborough Castle and the sandy Blue Flag North and South Beaches are nearby.
The South Bay area is the oldest part of this town and dates back to medieval times. It is what reels in most of the tourists and is occupied with sandy beaches and numerous other attractions. It can be busy especially if you visit during Summer months and during Seafest, which takes place at West Pier and around the harbour area in July.
Cheap apartment rental – holiday flats : Where to Stay ?
Finding cheap accommodation in Scarborough will be perfect for a weekend holiday or other short term rentals. Holiday homes are located on the seafront and at higher locations on the cliffs, giving you astonishing views over the harbour. Discounts are frequently available for weekend rentals in apartments and lodges, all situated within minutes of local amenities and attractions.
Finding apartments for rent or other accommodation (affordable hotels and cosy seaside bed and breakfasts) here will give you direct access to amusements arcades, the beach, theatres and other entertaining indulges. A short term holiday stay here will mean you can enjoy the vibrant nightlife on offer too from bars to small nightclubs. Guests can also enjoy free Wi-Fi, well-equipped kitchens and laundry facilities.
The town centre offers fantastic transportation assets, meaning you will be able to venture out of town to other resorts such as Whitby and Filey. There are several national parks within driving range too, so you could also consider renting a car during your Scarborough and South Bay adventure.
You may also want to consider taking a trip to Northstead Manor Gardens and enjoy a boat ride on the lake during the summer season. Other attractions here include a water chute and an open air theatre.
Accommodation in Scarborough is varied and there is something to cater for every taste or budget. If you are looking for something cosy for short term rentals, you will have no problem securing something. Long term apartments to rent can be arranged too if you wish to stay in the South Bay for an extended period.
The Sands in North Bay provides outstanding accommodation and was recently awarded. The location is outstanding and every sea-view apartment has a grand balcony. On Scarborough’s South Cliff, overlooking the beautiful South Bay is Villa Esplanade. Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi here, as well as fully equipped kitchens and laundry facilities. Other favourable places to stay in this town include Harbourside apartments and The Helaina.
There are numerous cabins and lodges based in this town as well for anyone wishing to enjoy a self catering weekend or short term break. All fairly priced, you can enjoy a tranquil break surrounded by magnificent scenery and a town riddled with thousands of friendly locals.
Town Centre Train Station
Main railway station ?
If you want to travel by train to Scarborough, the main station is served by First TransPennine Trains, Northern Rail and East Midlands Trains.
There are regular direct rail services to Liverpool Lime Street station, Piccadilly station in central Manchester, Sheffield city centre, Hull Paragon Interchange, Leeds city rail station and other locations across England.
Location – Where is
Where is Scarborough ?
The seaside town of Scarborough lies at the Yorkshire coast, on the North Sea coast of England. This city/town is located in the county of North Yorkshire.
- York Medieval City — 35 miles
- Harrogate Spa Resort — 50 miles
- Doncaster town and racecourse — 51 miles
- Leeds City Center — 58 miles
- Sheffield — 75 miles
The town does not have an airport of its own. Visitors willing to fly to this holiday town have several options. Nearest airports include Humberside Airport, located near Kingston-upon-Hull, and Durham Tees Valley Airport, approx. 60 miles away in Darlington.
5 Must See Attractions and Sights near Beach and Seafront
(Northstead Manor Drive and Columbus Ravine, England)
Lovely spacious park with boating lake, pleasant to walk around and excellent for just relaxing.
Stephen Joseph Theatre
(Westborough, YO11 1JW, North Yorkshire England)
The Stephen Joseph Theatre is a superb intimate Art Deco theatre offering fantastic productions and shows.
SEA LIFE Sanctuary
(Scalby Mills, Scarborough YO12 6RP, United Kingdom)
Sea life sanctuary with penguins, sealions, otters and other marine animals. You are also able to feed the rays, handle starfish etc.
(Castle Road, YO11 1HY England UK)
Medieval Royal fortress which overlook the North Sea. The castle is worth exploring and the views are fantastic. Well maintained and looked after by English Heritage.
North Bay Railway
(Burniston Rd, YO12 6PF North Yorkshire United Kingdom)
Take a lovely ride on this miniature railway. It runs from the delightful Peasholm Park to Scalby Mills where you can visit Scarbrough’s North Bay and the Sealife Centre.