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|Distance to city centre||4,5 km|
|"Beautiful hotel in wonderful setting."||(in 13 reviews)|
|"Attentive staff and outstanding food"||(in 164 reviews)|
|"Food excellent except the steak"||(in 108 reviews)|
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Grounds and traditional "country house" decor in the general areas and dining room were impressive. Our "superior" room was very large, and with two large double beds was really a family room. It was very clean and fairly recently decorated, we would guess. Fairly good value overall, given that we had a 2 night B&B package deal.
The large "attic" room had "Velux" type windows which made it light and airy, but any outside views required being stood up to see them. Some double tables in the dining room were very close to one another. The requested "house wine" at £22 was expensive (and there may have been some less expensive had we studied the wine list)
The rooms are not kept in good condition, and not clean at all. Very dusty! One of the units had what looked like cream all down the dressing table... God only knows what it was! The room I stayed in needed a deep clean. The chairs were grubby - under the tea/coffee tray was filthy. The photo's that are used I'd say was there best rooms, If I had of seen the room we had I'd of never have booked!!
We had room 18 which was up in the attic - the bathroom was beautiful but far too small, the doorway into it would not have accommodated anyone over a size 14 ! !. Also the bed was very hard.
View of garden and tranquility of the hotel, good breakfast and very welcoming staff.
Shower had no hot running water on arrival.
It was very quiet and relaxing. A perfect place to unwind yet close enough to Scarborough for a change of pace.
The standard of breakfast varied from day to day. Some good some not so good. More choice on the dinner menu.
With a stay at Wrea Head Hall in Scarborough, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Scarborough Open Air Theatre and Peasholm Park. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Policies vary by room type and provider.
FAQs when booking at Wrea Head Hall
Where is Wrea Head Hall located?
Wrea Head Hall is located at Barmoor Lane, Scalby Village, 4,5 km from the centre of Scarborough. Sea Life and Marine Sanctuary is the closest landmark to Wrea Head Hall.
When is check-in time and check-out time at Wrea Head Hall?
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Wrea Head Hall.
Does Wrea Head Hall offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, Wrea Head Hall offers free Wi-Fi.
Does Wrea Head Hall offer free parking?
Yes, Wrea Head Hall offers free parking.
Does Wrea Head Hall offer free airport shuttle service?
No, Wrea Head Hall does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is Wrea Head Hall from the airport?
Wrea Head Hall is 67,2 km from Darlington Durham Tees Valley. Wrea Head Hall is 81,6 km from Grimsby Humberside.
Can you bring pets to Wrea Head Hall?
No, pets are not allowed at Wrea Head Hall.
Does Wrea Head Hall have a pool?
No, Wrea Head Hall does not have a pool on-site.
Most popular landmarks
- Sea Life and Marine Sanctuary 3,1 km
- Open Air Theatre 3,2 km
- North Bay Railway 3,3 km
- Peasholm Park 3,3 km
- North Bay Beach 3,5 km
- Stephen Joseph Theatre 4,4 km
|Darlington Durham Tees Valley||67,2 km|
|Grimsby Humberside||81,6 km|
|Scarborough, Nyork||4,5 km|
|Scarborough Seamer, Nyork||7,8 km|