Where To Find Us... And Why Its Worth It

From its tranquil, sheltered harbour, up imposing limestone cliffs to the ancient castle, then sweeping down on both sides to beautiful sandy beaches, Scarborough is the perfect British seaside town.

The jewel of the North Riding of Yorkshire, Scarborough is internationally famous, and rightly so - after all it was Britain's very first seaside resort. Ever since the spa waters were first discovered in the seventeenth century british holidaymakers and foreign tourists alike have been enjoying the natural beauty of Scarborough bay, it's beaches and dramatic landscape.

There is barely a country in the world where the song 'Scarborough Fair' is not known and Sir Alan Ayckbourn's stubborn refusal to take his art to the nation's capital means that theatre lovers across the globe know Scarborough for the uncompromising high standards of the Stephen Joseph Theatre. Jazz aficionados will know Scarborough as home to the annual Jazz Festival which takes place every September - an event Beiderbecke's is always keen to support. Naturally.

Situated on The Crescent in the centre of Scarborough, Beiderbecke's is within walking distance of the best shopping areas, sightseeing landmarks, transportation, corporate centre and beach.


Beiderbecke's Hotel and Restaurant
1-3 The Crescent
North Yorkshire
YO11 2PW

Tel: 0800 1422 733


Driving to the hotel:

Please ensure that you enter our post code into your Sat Nav to avoid confusion with similarly named Scarborough locations. Our post code is: YO11 2PW.

Getting to the hotel from train station:

5 minutes walk. Turn right directly outside the station and walk down Westborough (A64), crossing the Valley Bridge Road, and continuing until you can turn right into York Place. Where York Place meets Somerset Terrace cross at the pedestrian crossing and you've arrived at our hotel.

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