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Crescent Hotel
The Crescent
North Yorkshire

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The Crescent Hotel Scarborough offers the highest quality hotel accommodation and an award winning licenced restaurant Reflections.

The Crescent Hotel is a delightful three star hotel in a Grade II listed building overlooking the beautifully maintained Crescent Gardens. The hotel is handy for the bus and railway station, shops, theatres and close to the Spa, beaches and harbour.

We have a choice of 20 comfortable bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities, colour television and telephone. A passenger lift goes to all floors. Additionally, we have a fully licensed resident's lounge and public bar.

Tease your tastebuds in our award winning Reflections Restaurant, which specialises in fresh local seafood and prime Yorkshire steaks cooked to perfection with an American twist. Or, if your interested in a less formal dining experience try Cooney's Carvery for simpler dishes like Roast Beef, Yorkshire Pudding and Steak and Kidney Pie.

Please contact us for details of our tariff and seasonal offers.


Ratings/Awards: RAC/AA/ETC 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 20
Number Ensuite: 20
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Name: Reflections
Awards: RAC Dining Award

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