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The Lonsdale Villa, a highly recommended Bed and Breakfast in Scarborough. Check out our face book page for updates and info.
Welcome To The Lonsdale Villa Guest House
Our attractive Victorian building has to be amongst the best value for money guest houses in Scarborough. The Lonsdale Villa has 10 tastefully furnished bedrooms (including a ground floor double) with double glazing, all en-suite with central heating, flat screen ‘free view’ televisions, hostess tray, hair dryers and radio alarm clocks.
Scarborough’s town centre, the harbour and many other attractions are all within easy walking distance. The Rotunda Museum pictured here is in the heart of Scarborough just a few minutes from the Villa.
At Olivers’ Mount the Festival of Speed takes place from the 5th – 7th May. This is always a busy venue, please check availability at the Villa today to avoid disappointment, the event is within walking distance.
Other events at Olivers Mount this year are:
Cock O’ The North Continental Road Races
22nd – 24th June
Barry Sheen Festival Powered by Suzuki
27th – 29th July
Steve Henshaw International Gold Cup Road Races
21st – 23rd September.
A hearty full (Grants’ Special) English breakfast or a lighter option is served in the Villas attractive dining room with a choice of menu, we also cater for anyone who may have special dietary needs.
We’re close to the picturesque South Cliff and ideally situated for the Spa Conference and Entertainment Complex, Cliff Lift, Esplanade, Italian Gardens, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Oliver’s Mount and the University.
There is also ample unrestricted street parking in one of the few disc free zones.
The walk up the Esplanade offers fantastic sea views regardless of the time of year, the above photo was taken by Jackie. There is also ‘Free WiFi‘ at the Villa.
Please note that The Lonsdale Villa is totally non-smoking.
Oliver’s Mount is the home to Scarborough’s War Memorial. The foundation stone was laid on the 16th September 1922 and the unveiling took place on the 26th September 1923.
It commemorates the people of Scarborough, military personnel and civilians who lost their lives during the 1st World War, the 2nd World War and the Korean War.