The Regency Central Hotel

Address: 1 - 3 The Crescent, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England, YO11 2PW, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1 - 3 The Crescent, 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

    11 photos

    ... along the promenade and a good beach but the main claim to fame, according to our friends, is the lemon top. This is an ice cream topped with lemon sorbet, of course we felt obligated to try and it was surprisingly tasty! As you may gather this area makes a sizeable living off local identities and television programs. So with this in mind we had to visit Goathland which is better known as Aidensfield in the long running ...

    "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

    ... going to go out to sea on a boat. A few companies were offering 20-30 minute trips, just out to a buoy a mile outside the harbour entrance and back again. The first we saw was an old lifeboat. (Rescue services are really big here - there have been a lot of shipwrecks in the past, and I imagine there would still be plenty of people getting into trouble in these waters.) The next was a shorter trip and more expensive, and the third we saw was a diesel-powered Endeavour, with a ...

    Fish and Ships

    A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on May 19, 2015

    9 photos

    ... entrance until the bus pulled in across the street, so we didn't see any of the town. It's difficult to explore when you're lugging bags anyway. Next, the bus to Whitby was an hour through the countryside, through a lovely little town called Robin Hood's Bay, and skirting the edge of the Yorkshire moors. There was a very abrupt edge between farmland on one side and brown ... heather? furze? I don't know... scrubby ...

    I Do Like To Be Beside the Seaside!

    A travel blog entry by jodianddavid10 on May 14, 2015

    42 photos

    ... 1. Consistently voted the best place to live in the UK.

    2. 2013 voted the happiest place to live in the UK.

    3. 2013 voted the third most romantic place in the world (beating Paris, Vienna and Rome! (Daddy was happy he had visited with Mummy)

    Harrogate is a spa town and its spa water contains iron, sulphur and common salt. The first mineral well was discovered in 1571 with Harrogate dubbed the English Spa in ...