The Crescent Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Crescent Hotel Scarborough
We stayed in the Londesborough room, which is a lovely large room which had recently been decorated and furnished. Huge bathroom. Very good freshly cooked breakfast and friendly staff. Only down side was no fridge in the room but there was tea and coffee making facilities
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Crescent Hotel Scarborough
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... Local buildings were used for the series and boy do they build up their tourist trade on this somewhat flimsy claim to fame! Oh and I forgot, Goathland station also transported Harry Potter to Hogwarts,! A little north of Staithes is a funny little 'seaside resort' of Saltburn, complete with stunning cliffs.. This probably had its hay day in the Victorian era - it is certainly awash with Victorian era terraces etc. Remaining now ...
... settled in this area. Today we were treated to a re-enactment of the Vikings battling with the Saxons to take over the area. We then made our way to the town centre and after a short time driving around, we finally found a car park and continued exploring this very busy seaside town on foot. We enjoyed walking along the banks of the harbour watching the families crabbing and getting very excited when they hauled in 50c piece sized crab ...
... disturbed the guest who was likely to be inside. Silly me. He said he wondered why we hadn't come in to use the toaster.)
We went into town, and we made for the Captain Cook Museum, which we had found yesterday evening when we were exploring the town. Cook wasn't born here, nor even raised here, but he spent his apprenticeship here, under the tutelage and at the home of a Mr John Walker, whose home is now the museum. Cook remained friends with the Walkers, and there ...
... and where and how we lived, they thought it was really cool, and yet she was the BBC correspondent on the Ivory Coast, and he was from the Netherlands, and helped budding business entrepreneurs in underdeveloped countries. How cool is that? The conversation was interesting and the time passed quickly. (The trip was 2 1/2 hours.) Then to Scarborough was 50 minutes. It was cold and rainy in Scarborough, and we sheltered at ...
... the size of our plates. I even had room for one of the many desserts, however, disaster struck as I excitedly carried my bowl to the table and tripped and fell. There were many tears for a tired little boy. Finally, I enjoyed my dessert.
We heard our first Australian accents of the trip (excluding our friends). There were some other Aussies from Perth visiting family in Yorkshire dining at the table next to us! Such a small ...