Park Manor Hotel

Northstead Manor Drive, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England, YO12 6BB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Northstead Manor Drive, 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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    ... things, which I love because I don't have to figure out how to get there on my own!) The road was kinda quiet and it was about a 20 minute walk, so I took my time. Stopped for coffee, pictures, whatever else. As I got closer and closer to the castle I could see the view of the town; it kept getting more beautiful with each step. Sincerely, what a view. The Scarborough Castle was incredible; probably one of my favorites that I've ever visited. It's just ruins now, but you can ...

    Walking North York Moors National Park

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... the Quaker Meeting House. This is the first time we’ve seen a sign to a meeting house. We go up the hill and find a line of old cottages. The first one was a stone mason’s cottage and has a sign on top pointing to the back garden that says To the Meeting House with an arrow. There are a couple of ladies behind the cottage. One is the warden of the meeting house and another is a local Quaker. They have ...

    Coastal Walks on the Cleveland Trail

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 27, 2014

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    ... mile and a climb of about 300 feet gets us to the trail on the headlands. The first stop is 1 mile down the coast at the town of Mulgrave. It was an iron ore mining town in the 1850’s and you can still see the old harbor which went
    out of use in 1916. Two miles later we enter Runswick. This quaint little town
    slipped into the sea one night in 1682. Fortunately no lives were lost. Kettleness Point at the far side of ...

    Last days in Northumberland

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 23, 2014

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    ... The cathedral was the first in England to have a vaulted stone ceiling and use gothic arches to support the roof setting the standard for future cathedrals. The bishop’s palace became a Castle and then a school. Now part of Durham College it is the oldest building used continuously for education in England. The students still have their meals in the medieval great hall. The whole complex is now a UNESCO World ...

    York, then onto Scarborough

    A travel blog entry by msheila on Aug 23, 2014

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    We arrived in York mid morning.and spent several hours walking around the old town and city walls. Was a fine sunny day and temps reached 21C. After lunch beside the old castle we headed east to Scarborough but were caught up in a long slow traffic jam for well over half an hour where the 2 lanes merged into 1 - seems like everyone was going on ...