From Sunday, 04/27/14 to Monday, 04/28/14
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22, Weydale Avenue Scarborough Y012 6AX United Kingdom
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Description The Lysander
The Lysander, Scarborough is your ideal retreat, from the stresses of everyday life and you are guaranteed a warm Yorkshire welcome by your hosts Andy and Julie.
If you are planning a stay in a Scarborough B & B there is only one choice.
Now you’ve time by yourselves, do exactly as you please. Enjoy a glass of wine at your leisure, after a hard day unwinding. Linger over a romantic meal at one of Scarborough’s quality restaurants, and return to for a restful nights sleep. Start the new day with a freshly cooked Full English or continental breakfast and take pleasure from the freedom you only find on holiday.
Comfort and relaxation is your main concern and it is ours too. We would love to help you make the most of your precious time away, by catering for your every need. So why not try a break at The Lysander, Scarborough and feel like you’ve really been away.
Scarborough Open Air Theatre: Less than 2 mins walk away!!
• Close to the beach and Peasholm Park
• Easy access to Scarborough, Whitby, Filey and Bridlington
• Quality 4 star B & B accommodation
• Car park + free on street parking
• Licensed bar and residents lounge
• All bedrooms en-suite and furnished to a high standard
• 100% Non smoking
• Double rooms
• Twin rooms
Remember when looking for a Scarborough guest house or a Scarborough B & B... no one will look after you better than Andy and Julie at The Lysander.
- The Lysander
- 22, Weydale Avenue
- Y012 6AXScarborough
- United Kingdom
- Telephone: +44(1723)373369
- Official Homepage
- EC/ Maestro/ Debit card
Room features The Lysander
- Bathroom with shower
- Windows that open
- Central heating
- Tea/ coffeemaker
- WiFi in the rooms
Hotel features The Lysander
- Parking lot
- Garden or park
- Non-smoking rooms
- WiFi in Lobby
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A shop provides souvenirs of your visit to the museum.
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