A thriving fishing community located on Yorkshire’s stunning coastline, Scarborough is arguably one of England’s oldest seaside resorts becoming a holiday destination over 400 years ago when the health properties of the Spa waters were discovered. The undisputed ‘Queen of the Yorkshire Coast’, the town stands between two splendid bays divided by a rugged headland on which sit the remains of a medieval castle. Scarborough offers a wealth of attractions including theatres, parks, cafes, and a vibrant nightlife. The colourful working harbour is a hive of activity whilst the majestic Victorian promenade sweeps between the bays. There are a wide variety of shops to suit all tastes plus stunning floral gardens, in particular South Cliff and the remarkable Peasolm Park with it’s oriental influences.
Extremely well situated on the South Cliff, the three star Cumberland Hotel is just a few minutes walk from the Spa Complex, beach and town
centre and affords excellent views of the town from the north facing rooms. Amenities at the hotel include an attractive restaurant, quiet lounge and bar lounge with large dance floor where entertainment is provided most evenings. The Cumberland boasts 86 bedrooms, all of which are equipped with central heating, bath or shower and WC, tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer and TV with radio channels. There is free wi-fi in public areas and a lift serves all floors (few additional stairs to some rooms).