Reviews of Merchant Hotel, Scarborough
Review by maria houghton on 1st July, 2010
Add your review Date visited: 29th june 2010
very clean and tidy rooms, lovely veiws of the beach and harbour.Good craic in the bar,Eddie was a great host and we can't wait to return. Keith and Maria Liverpool
Date visited: 29th june 2010
Review by Mr and Mrs Arnett on 6th June, 2010
Add your review Date visited: 21,22,23rd May
Good value for money, bedding spotlessly clean, white fluffy towels and plenty of them (two bath and two hand)curtains at window,and very warmly welcomed by Eddie. Had a great weekend in Scarborough thanks very much.
Date visited: 21,22,23rd May
Review by mrs marten on 13th July, 2008
Add your review Date visited: 10th july
hotel ok.had to pay cash as soon as we arrived,were shown to our rm.no mention of time breakfast was etc.asked for a receipt several times but never got one.didnt think too much of place for what we were charged.more like a b and b than a hotel.stairs very steep up to bedrooms also.
Date visited: 10th july
Review by Pam Lambert on 29th June, 2006
Add your review Date visited: Sept 2005
Had a fantastic Tuesday night singing along with the two irish lads. Atmosphere was brilliant and the bar staff were very helpful and friendly. Cant wait to go back later in the year, and hopefully stay there B&B
Date visited: Sept 2005
Review by Paul D - Sheffield on 12th October, 2005
Add your review Date visited: september 2005
This is a lovely nostalgic Irish pub. Not a themed pub like many others. Family run, you'll always receive a warm welcome from the staff and proprietor. Full of atmosphere, with live acoustic bands, REAL music and shamrocks in yer Guinness. Hotel accomodation is luxurious with a residents bar too. This is the best Irish pub outside of Galway, so together with Scarborough - what more could you possibly want.
Date visited: september 2005
Review by John Allsopp on 25th September, 2005
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The Merchant's a good pub with a really strong, warm Irish atmosphere. >Date visited: 25 September 2005