Scarborough Youth Hostel, The White House, Burniston Road, Scarborough, YO13 0DA
Once a 17th century water mill, set on a quiet riverside, two miles north of the town and 15 minutes’ walk from Scalby Mills and the North Bay. Scarborough Youth Hostel provides quality low-cost accommodation for families, school, college, university and sports groups as well as individuals who wish to enjoy, explore, or simply unwind on the beautiful North Yorkshire coast. Two long sandy beaches, miles of rugged coastline, and one of the UK’s largest areas of forest and moorland, make Scarborough the perfect base for activity breaks with excellent walking, cycling, surfing and sailing. There is plenty for those interested in birds, wildlife, history, geology and the seashore. Scarborough regularly hosts live concerts and festivals, TT racing, surf competitions and theatre productions. Use our well equipped kitchen or enjoy a cooked breakfast in the dining room. Sole use available for large groups. School/group packages:breakfast, packed lunch & evening meals as required.This accommodation is featured on our map of Yorkshire and Lancashire and here is its own website.
or call Robert Fletcher on
A165 two miles north of town centre, past Gulf service station, then sharp left after the brick bridge (in a car make a U-turn after the hostel and then turn right). By foot: leave the Cleveland Way at the Helmsley sign, walk to Burniston Road turn left down the hill to the hostel drive.
Bus or train to Scarborough, Bus No.12 from the station or No 3 or 3A from York Place to Sea Life Centre, get off at The Ivanhoe. 5 min walk past the Gulf SS and bridge
This accommodation is by the sea, is available to individuals, gives a Best Price Guarantee, is an 'Eco Hostel', has a pub within walking distance and is on the City, Backpacker and Boutique Hostels map, the Coast to Coast Mountain Bike route and the Coast to Coast Walk.
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Don’t miss stage 3!
Stage three of Tour de Yorkshire destinates in Scarborough May 5th 2018!
Scarborough Hostel is just outside the town itself…
Converted from a 17th century water mill, Scarborough Hostel is set on a quiet riverside, two miles and an easy walk north of the town. Yes, you can choose to unwind on the beautiful North Yorkshire coast with its long sandy beaches; miles of rugged coastline; and all that forest and moorland; or you can get down into the town itself.
It mixes a traditional fishing harbour, Victorian resort and vibrant modern town. There’s all the attractions that this suggests as well as a calender full of events. As I write this (July 2017), upcoming events include gigs from Madness and pop star Jess Glynne; a retro music festival full of 80s and 90s stars; the annual cricket festival and a motor sports event on the national hill climb tour.
Pretty much ‘something for eveyone’.
Scarborough is south of Robin Hood’s bay on the coast.
There are buses from Scarborough to the start/end of the coast to coast walk. Check the timetables to see if this youth hostel would be a suitable first/last night accommodation on your challenge.