Hello and Welcome to Villa Marina from Donna and Richard. As the owners of Villa Marina we are proud of our Bed and Breakfast and constantly look for ways to improve and make our customers experience the best.
During your stay we’re on hand to make sure you have everything you need to make your stay in Scarborough with us is a memorable one.
Get in touch, we’d love to hear from you and look forward to meeting you.
The Villa Marina has 10 delightfully furnished and centrally heated bedrooms, all with en suite, flat screen televisions and tea and coffee making facilities. There is free parking onsite, free Breakfast every morning and free Wifi. Ask us about things to do in Scarborough, we’d love to share our experiences of the local area.
Bar & Lounge
We have a pleasant lounge/bar where you can sit and read books on Scarborough past and present, or just browse over the information on where to visit next.
Breakfast & Dinning
Our spacious dining room has separate tables where food is always of a high standard and is both plentiful and varied. Vegetarian and gluten-free meals are also available by prior arrangement.
The Villa Marina is perfectly situated to enjoy all of Scarborough’s northside attractions… Peasholm park with its boating lake and ‘pitch and putt’ course are opposite the guest house, while the beach and miniature railway are just a few minutes away.
A short stroll takes you to Scarborough Castle, the harbour and foreshore entertainments and of course, to the town centre with its many shops, cafes and restaurants.
Things to do
Scarborough is one of England’s finest seaside resorts with a wealth of attractions, but if you want to venture further afield, there are many lovely places to visit. Taking the coast road north you will find picturesque Robin Hood’s Bay with its clustered old houses clinging to the cliffside and the famous old fishing port of Whitby, its Abbey ruins perched high above the busy harbour. Or drive inland to the beautiful unspoilt North Yorkshire Moors and to pretty towns and villages like Hutton-le-Hole, Lastingham and Thornton-le-Dale.
For some of the finest scenery, take a ride on one of the old steam trains which run from Pickering to Grosmont. If you like something a little grander, try a visit to Castle Howard, or spend a day in historic York with its ancient Minster and city walls. Or for complete peace and quiet, maybe a restful walk in Dalby Forest.