Raincliffe Hotel

Address: 21 Valley Road, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England, YO11 2LY, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 21 Valley Road, Scarborough, is near Peasholm Park, Scarborough Sea Life and Marine Sanctuary, Stephen Joseph Theatre, and Danes Dyke.
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    Travel Blogs from Scarborough

    Cooking with Heartbeat!

    A travel blog entry by maggik on May 30, 2015

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    Having a short trip with old friends to the Yorkshire North East Coast. We are staying in a lovely little old (possibly 18th century) fishing cottage in the village of Staithes. This was once a thriving fishing village, built into the hillside. Tiny narrow cobbled streets and lanes, small cottages and a harbour with 2 breakwaters. Think Doc Martin's Cornwall with a northern accent! Absolutely charming place. This is Captain ...

    "Want to Take it Outside?"

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on May 24, 2015

    26 photos

    ... any electricity or running water, so are more or less a storage shed for beach gear. The couple told us they live about 1 hr away and come here on weekends and stay in a nearby caravan park just so they can use their hut. They sounded like they really enjoyed the weather even if it was freezing to us. Certainly nowhere near sun baking temperature and they were also wearing jumpers!

    We had been recommend to try 'Magpie's' as ...

    Abbey, Sea (A B C, geddit?)

    A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on May 20, 2015

    17 photos

    ... letters that he wrote to him on display. It was a nice little museum: not too full, not too empty. There weren't as many NZ references as I'd thought they might be, but those there were, were positive. Cook wrote that although the NZers were cannibals, "nevertheless I think them a good sort of people."

    Then it was time for a cuppa before we tackled the 199 Steps up to the church and the Abbey above the town. The church, St Mary the Virgin, has an extensive graveyard. ...

    Fish and Ships

    A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on May 19, 2015

    9 photos

    ... Oh, PS re Edinburgh - there are still a great number of cobblestoned streets there - it's the first place we've seen with so many cobbled streets that aren't just for pedestrians. Especially in Leith - the cars and buses rumbled over them perfectly normally. I wanted to ask one of our taxi-drivers what local drivers thought of them, but it was too noisy to initiate a conversation.)

    Anyway, back in ...

    I Do Like To Be Beside the Seaside!

    A travel blog entry by jodianddavid10 on May 14, 2015

    42 photos

    ... spot, and especially enjoyed the flying fox. I was looking forward to visiting the seaside town where Captain Cook learnt his seamanship. Mummy and Daddy also told me that Whitby was the town that provided the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Whitby’s red roofs, the Whitby Abbey, the church with its tombstones and even the bats flying around the many churches all made an impression on Bram Stoker. Apparently, many ...