Park Manor Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- It's a family-run hotel near Peasholm Park
- It has an indoor pool & a steam room
- There's a restaurant & a bar
- Its games room has table tennis & a pool table
This family-run hotel is on a leafy residential street above Scarborough's North Bay, just a short walk from Peasholm Park with its Japanese-themed gardens, pagoda and boating lake. It's well placed for making the most of Scarborough's manifold family-focused attractions, such as the North Bay Railway, a miniature railway that was opened in 1931 and remains enduringly popular.
At the Scarborough Sea Life Sanctuary, which is just a mile from the hotel, it's possible to see all sorts of sea creatures and marine life, including sharks, seals, penguins and turtles -- there's also an outdoor play area where children can let off steam. For panoramic views of both of Scarborough's bays, head to the remains of mighty Scarborough Castle, which sits on a promontory above the town.
Back at the hotel, there's an indoor pool, a Jacuzzi and a steam room. There's also a games room with a pool table, table tennis and table football. Golfers can tee off at a choice of nearby clubs, including North Cliff Golf Club, which is less than a mile from the hotel. The hotel's light and airy restaurant serves an evening menu of freshly prepared meals, and there's a comfortable bar and lounge where guests can enjoy drinks (including draught beer) and snacks.
There are 42 rooms and suites. Standard rooms are compact and budget friendly, while the Front rooms are more spacious and overlook the North Bay area. There are also two suites with separate seating areas.