Palm Court Hotel

St. Nicholas Cliff, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England, YO11 2ES, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Scarborough

Heading to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by jordansgo

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... after a short while). This lasted to about 18.00 from when we continued motor sailing through the sunset. Saw our first gas platforms and these became more and more frequent - at one time 22 were in sight like Christmas trees all around. About 01.00 we were back under sail and continued through the night sometimes reaching 7 knots (8+ over the ground). We motor sailed through the morning but were back under sail ...

Oh No It's 3.30am

A travel blog entry by jordansgo

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... which has a dredged area for visitors but the outer harbour dries leaving boats standing on the mud - very quaint some of them ( see pic). Met our neighbours on the pontoon and were invited for drinks - 40 ft Hanse with every gadget out- apparently the boat can be sailed from ashore using the remote control! Although the facilities left a bit to be desired we all decided this was one of the better stops - and Pete even got a decent Cappuccino -alongside a large bacon ...

A trip to Scarborough (Scarborough Fair)

A travel blog entry by janbernie

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... of everything,from accommodation,food and drink to theatrical performances,elegant balls and banquets. We drove in ,sought a park,then went exploring.It was cool! We were blown away by the retro opulence of some of the buildings. The fun parlours were full of families fully engaged in the activities on offer.Sweet shops full of fudge and rock were doing an incredible trade,this is very popular! The place ...

A steam train trip to Pickering

A travel blog entry by janbernie

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... countryside. It is a fine example of motte and bailey design. First built in earth and timber by William the Conquerer in the years following the Norman Conquest.It was rebuilt in stone and extended by subsequent kings,notably Henry III and Edward II ,in response to the threat posed at different times by rebellious barons and the Scots. For most of its life the castle's role was to provide fine accommodation for ...

Whitby

A travel blog entry by janbernie

... of volunteers for the last 180 years. The museum was sectioned into:the Explorers Wing,Captain Cook,William Scoresby. Shipping,geology and fossils,natural history and archaeology. It was a wonderful afternoon and we walked back to the apartment in the rain,and in overload!. We have just come back from having a very nice dinner and we are looking forward to a reasonably early night,it is now 10.30. Tomorrow we will take the steam train to ...

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This hotel, located on St. Nicholas Cliff, Scarborough, is near Peasholm Park, Scarborough Sea Life and Marine Sanctuary, Stephen Joseph Theatre, and Danes Dyke.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent