The Yorkshire Coast covers some of the countries most beautiful countryside, from dramatic sea views to quiet country villages, forests and moors. If you want a holiday full of variety, whether touring the harbours and attractions of Scarborough, Bridlington, Whitby or Filey, or sitting back and relaxing, the Yorkshire coast has it all.
Whitby North Yorkshire
From the busy harbour, to the famous Cicstercian Abbey, inspiration for Bram Stoker's 'Dracula', Whitby is famous as a whaling port and is also closely associated with Captain James Cook and the Endeavour. Whitby is well worth a visit if staying on the Yorkshire Coast.
For over 360 years Scarborough has been a holiday resort. Scarborough's castle dominates the harbour, beaches and the elegant Victorian Esplanade. Scarborough is most visited seaside town on the Yorkshire Coast.
Filey Yorkshire Coastal Town
Unspoilt Filey, with its panoramic 12 mile vista and 6 miles of golden sands, is the ideal place for a family to visit, when staying on the Yorkshire Coast.
Bridlington East Riding of Yorkshire
Bridlington has a lifeboat museum, a busy harbour and fun attractions for all the family, including the popular all-weather Leisure World.
Ox Pasture Hall Hotel has the enviable position of being only 2 miles from Scarborough, which makes it the perfect base for exploring the stunning sights and scenery of the rugged Yorkshire Coast. This luxury country house hotel is widely regarded as the best of all the Yorkshire coast hotels.