Peasholm Park is an oriental themed park offering a beautiful system of streams and waterfalls, mini bridges and mystical gardens. There is a vast array of wildlife including an abundance of tame grey squirrels. Don't forget your peanuts!
Scarborough, Nr Pickering, YO18 8DY, Tel: 01751 473791, Email
9 miles/14 kilometres south-west of Scarborough. Snainton lies on the northern side of the Vale of Pickering against the foothills of the Tabular Hills. The village lies at a junction of the roads leading from Pickering (A170) and Malton.
Scarborough, YO11 3RP, Tel: 01723 383636, Email
Situated approximately 5 miles south of Scarborough on the north east coast. The village is slightly inland and has a lovely community atmosphere.
Killerby Cliff, Cayton Bay, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 3NR, Tel: 01723 383636, Email
Small sandy bay backed by cliffs. A favourite beach for surfers and visitors from the nearby holiday centre.
Nr Filey, North Yorkshire, YO14 9PS, Tel: 01723 383636, Email
Gristhorpe is a pretty village just outside Filey.
Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 2YW, Tel: 01723 383636, Email
A large wooded hill rising to 500 feet above sea level and from which you can obtain a breathtaking view of Scarborough. It has an impressive War Memorial, the column rising to 75½ feet, and there is also an attractive picnic area.
Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 3QE, Tel: 01723 383636, Email
Osgodby village is on the outskirts of Scarborough going towards Filey. this pretty area consists of a village pub, local store and community centre.
Scarborough Town Centre, Scarborough, YO11 2HF, Tel: 01723 383636, Email
Scarborough, Britain’s first seaside resort, has been welcoming visitors for over 360 years and is still as popular as ever.
South Bay has a large sandy bay with good facilities, child friendly amenities and is popular with families. There is a working harbour with a small fishing fleet and a new marina for yachts and pleasure boats.
Sandside, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 1PG, Tel: 01723 383636, Email
The Vincent Pier, owned by Scarborough Borough Council and listed structure, completed in 1752. The lighthouse stands proudly at the end.