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Wrea Head Hotel
Scarborough
North Yorkshire

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Built in 1881, this elegant Scarborough Hotel is set in acres of private grounds in the village of Scalby on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park.On arrival, a tantalising glimpse of honeyed stone, from which this country mansion is built, can be seen from the long winding drive – but this adorable country house hotel only reveals its full grandeur once the last corner has been turned.The hotel’s arched entrance is vaguely reminiscent of a church doorway and, once inside instead of the bland walls of more modern hotels, guests are greeted with the warmth of glorious oak panelling, comfortable leather sofas and beautifully upholstered chairs.Offering truly breathtaking, uninterrupted views across the Yorkshire countryside that must seen to be believed, Wrea Head offers arguably on of the most beautiful setting of all Scarborough hotels.Surrounded by the endless scenery of England’s most beautiful county – from the heather filled Moors and scenic Dales to the spectacular Yorkshire heritage coastline – you can choose make your break as active, or relaxing, as you like.

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