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The Local Area

Things to do, places to see, in Scalby, Scarborough & North Yorkshire

Home Farm is in the very centre of the quaint village of Scalby on the northern edge of Scarborough. A few hundred yards walk from the house takes you to a welcoming pub, an excellent coffee shop and bistro as well as two general stores.

A short drive takes you to the glorious Scarborough seashore. Scarborough boasts two wonderful golden beaches which are perfect for children. Hundreds of rock pools are revealed at low tide which provide endless fun for children. Look out for fossils too, this is the Dinosaur coasts after all.

Take a walk around the charming harbour and enjoy the fun fair and traditional seaside fun of the South Bay, then head up the cliff to the medieval castle, Scarborough's famous landmark where reenactments of jousting knights are sometimes staged.

Nightlife in Scarborough is plentiful with many good restaurants and lively nightclubs and bars. The remarkable Open Air Theatre was recently reopened by the Queen and has many big names and bands playing there throughout the year. It is a spectacular theatre experience with the stage set in the middle of a lake and tiered seating set on the cliff side. Definitely check who is playing there during your visit.

Scarborough is also home Britain's most prolific playwright's theatre, Alan Aykbourns theatre in the round is housed in the superbly adapted artdeco cinema building right in the centre of town. All his plays are premiered here before heading to the West End and Broadway. Further up the coast historic Whitby with it's famous abbey and Dracula connections and the enchanting smugglers village of Robin Hoods Bay are half an hour drive away and well worth a visit.

Home Farm House borders on to the North York Moors National Park and for the more active and adventurous in your party there are plenty of excellent walking and cycling opportunities in nearby Dalby Forest, along with a spectacular Go Ape course.

Slightly further afield, the walled city of York is only 43 miles away and here you will find the National Railway museum and also the very interesting Viking Museum. Stop at the famous historic house, Castle Howard on the way. Made famous by the film Brideshead Revisited it is well worth a visit.

 

Family Days Out / Attractions

North Yorkshire Moors Railway
www.nymr.co.uk
Take a steam train through the heart of the North Yorkshire Moors from Pickering to Grosmont, through Goathland made famous by ITV’s Heartbeat.

Scarborough Sealife Centre
www.sealife.co.uk
Home to more than 150 species of fish, penguins, seals and a loggerhead turtle. Also the new £200,000 octopus garden.

Flamingoland
www.flamingoland.co.uk
Theme park and zoo with some awesome rides. Great for all ages.

Eden Camp
www.edencamp.co.uk
Set in a world war 2 prisoner of war camp the sights, sounds and smells of world war 2 are recreated.

York Dungeons
www.the-dungeons.co.uk
2000 years of gruesome history. Not suitable for under 10’s.

North Bay Railway
www.nbr.org.uk
Minature railway running from Scalby Mills to Peasholm Park.

Peasholm Park
www.peasholmpark.com
Beautiful park with boating lake. Minature naval warfare shows 3 times a week during summer.

Activities

Go Ape
www.goape.co.uk
Zip wires and tree top adventure.

Mountain Biking
Excellent trails in nearby Raincliffe woods or Dalby Forest.

Scarborough Surf School
www.scarboroughsurfschool.co.uk
Lessons and surf hire

Museums

Rotunda Museum
www.rotundamuseum.org.uk
Learn about Jurassic Scarborough with the Lost Dinosaur exhibition. Children can learn fossil hunting and geology skills.

Jorvik Centre
www.jorvik-viking-centre.co.uk
Journey throught the reconstruction of Viking streets.

National Railway Museum
www.nrm.org.uk
Iconic trains housed in a huge former steam locomotive depot.

Historic Buildings

Scarborough Castle
www.english-heritage.org.uk
Visit this historic castle on the headland with dramatic panoramic views over the Yorkshire coastline.

Whitby Abbey
www.english-heritage.co.uk
Bram Stoker’s inspiration when writing Dracula. This is one of the most atmospheric attractions on the Yorkshire coast.

Castle Howard
www.castlehoward.co.uk
Yorkshire’s finest historic house and estate set in idyllic gardens and woodland.

Culture/Nightlife

Stephen Joseph Theatre
www.sjt.uk.com
Alan Aykbourn’s Theatre in the Round.

Scarborough Open Air Theatre
www.scarboroughopenairtheatre.com
Europes largest open air theatre attracting big names such as Dionne Warwick, John Barrowman, JLS and Olly Murs.

Futurist Theatre/Cinema
www.futuristtheatre.co.uk
Traditional summer seaside entertainment – live shows and cinema.

Boleyn’s Nightclub
www.boleynsnightclub.com

Places to Eat and Drink

The Yew Tree
www.yewtreecafe.co.uk
Coffee shop by day, wonderful bistro in the evening. Booking advisable.

Nags Head, Scalby
Traditional country pub, serves home made lunches Wed-Sun.

The Rosette, Newby
www.sizzlingpubs.co.uk
Family friendly pub serving meals. Good childrens play park.

Scalby Manor
www.crowncarveries.co.uk
Family friendly carvery.

Tricolos
www.tricolos.co.uk
Long established Italian restaurant. Good with kids.

Shopping

Brunswick Centre, Scarborough
www.brunswickshopping.com

York Designer Outlet
www.yorkdesigneroutlet.com
Designer labels at discount prices.

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