We returned to the NORBREK scarbrough because of the pleasant experience we had the first time. We were not to be disappointed as the experience was even better the second time around . It isn't a 4 star hotel by any means but you are not paying 4 star prices! SO YOU get a good return for your money,good entertainment,especially a gentleman who goes by the name of DANIEL DE FOE a good all round entertainer,descent food & rooms & a stunning view from the cliff top. I must though!unfortunately! put a damper on things by mentioning our coach driver ! a thoroughly unpleasant little chap,whom no one had a good word for,uncommunitive & when he did speak was quite brusk proberly verging on bullying especially to the more elderly of our group. Our coach was no 310 so ill leave it at that. Apart from this we did enjoy the break & will go back again as long as this problem is resolved ! SORRY but I would have given a higher mark but many thanks to the other staff.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Standing on the headland, near Scarborough's ancient castle ruins, the Norbreck is the only hotel in town which looks out over both the North and South Bays, with breathtaking panoramic sea view. From this peaceful location you can rest in the convivial atmosphere of the bar lounge or in the comfort of the restaurant and savour the scenic sights of golden sands and ocean waters. In the hub of the town itself, lying just ten minutes' away, there is an array of shops and holiday attractions. While a day trip takes you to York or to see the moors, to test your nerves at Flamingo Land or to revisit 'Brideshead' at Castle Howard. There's such a lot to see and do in the area! The hotel does not have a car park. However street parking is available nearby. ... more less