Palm Court Hotel

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

    Scarborough and York

    A travel blog entry by lindseyelias on Sep 12, 2014

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    ... my plans. So I consulted TripAdvisor; went to the message boards to see what some other options were. One that caught my eye was Scarborough. It's a medium sized town, about an hour train ride away. I saw that there was a beach and castle in ruins - I'm in. For anyone who knows me, doing an impromptu trip to a place I know nothing about is really weird for me. Scratch that; it's unheard of. I'm basically a travel agent - I know so much about where I'm going, what my food options ...

    Walking North York Moors National Park

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... lots of shops, a 13th century castle ruin and the Parish Church. We are surprised by how charming and interesting it is. Our first stop is the Parish Church. During the reformation all the 15th century wall paintings were white washed over. Then in the 18th century a few started showing through and they were whitewashed again. Now they have been uncovered and they are far and away ...

    Coastal Walks on the Cleveland Trail

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 27, 2014

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    ... are under water and the waves are crashing in with tremendous force sometimes splashing 10-20 feet in the air. It seems to be a real source of pride to be part of the lifeboat rescue teams.

    Staithes was a smugglers port around 1776. The taxes on luxuries were very high – maybe paying for a war with the colonies? Anyway, Staithes was a good place to get Gin, tobacco, Brandy, chocolate, silk, pepper, playing cards and ...

    Last days in Northumberland

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 23, 2014

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    ... They would take the bones and rebury them in a sepulcher in the church. When they dug up St Cuthbert he had not decayed and even his clothes were intact. This was seen as a sign of his purity and saintliness. Two hundred years later when the Vikings attacked the monks again dug him up to move his bones and found his body still intact. In the 19th century he was checked again. Still intact. In 995 his body was moved ...

    York, then onto Scarborough

    A travel blog entry by msheila on Aug 23, 2014

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    ... summer holiday with it being a long bank holiday weekend.
    When we arrived at Scarborough we could see that is where many of them were going. We were fortunate to have booked our room last night on the internet as very little was available and there were no vacancy signs all around. Our hotel was Fawlty Towerish but were pleased to have ...