The Headlands Hotel
A warm welcome is assured when you come and stay with us at The Headlands Hotel in Scarborough. Your resident hosts Dave and Gill pride themselves on their hospitality and the friendly and informal atmosphere.
We are a detached, fully licensed, family run Guest House offering quality ensuite accommodation located in a quiet area on Scarborough's North Bay. Set in its own well maintained gardens with stunning views of the sea and famous Norman castle, yet just a 5 minute stroll from all the amenities that are on offer like the blue flag accredited beach, Scarborough’s famous Peasholm Park with its Naval Warfare battles conducted 3 times a week in the Summer.
The New Open Air Theatre, which is the largest in Europe with 6500 seats reopened in 2010 after a £3.5 million refurbishment. And has already featured a concert with Dame Kiri Te Kanawa and Jose Carreras. Scarborough Cricket ground which features Yorkshire Cricket in League games, one day and 20/20 games. North Cliff Golf Course, is 10 minute walk away, Indoor Bowls Centre. is a great place for fun for families and couples.
Why not walk round the Marine Drive or take an Open Top Bus to the Harbour and old Town on the South side, which is steeped in history. In the town itself there are plenty of shops, bars and restaurants to suit every possible taste and budget. Scarborough is an ideal base from which to explore the whole of Yorkshire including York to the west, Whitby to the north and Filey and Bridlington to the south.
We have a wide selection of single, double, twin and family rooms which are decorated to a high standard and come equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, flat screen TV with Freeview.
All rooms are meticulously cleaned and serviced daily. We have a private car park and plenty of free parking directly outside and free WiFi in all areas including the bedrooms.
So if it is a quiet break for two or a family fun holiday and you are heading for Scarborough .... head for The Headlands !!!!!
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This page was last updated: 20 January 2011