The Windmill Hotel Scarborough: Unusual Seaside Hotels
The Windmill Hotel Scarborough offers guests the chance to combine a stay at the seaside with a unique hotel located in an 18th century grade II listed windmill. The hotel hosts nine en suite rooms, as well as two larger suites including the “Balcony Suite.”
While there has been a windmill on the site for the last 400 years and the site itself has a colourful history being besieged in the English Civil War in 1645. Today’s building dates back to 1784 and operated as mill until 1927.
Accommodation at the hotel is on a bed and breakfast basis with a number of room options available.
Standard rooms feature antique brass framed beds and are situated on the ground floor, all rooms come with an en suite bathroom and feature modern creature comforts including LCD TVs and tea and coffee making facilities.
If looking for a little more character, then why not go for one of the four poster bedrooms. The deluxe king four poster bedroom contains a large mahogany four poster bed, en suite facilities, seating area and “kitchenette.”
Finally there are the hotels two suites, the balcony suite is located across two floors giving guests the best view in the hotel. From the balcony guests can take in the 360 degree views taking in Oliver Mount, the Castle and the North Bay. The family suite on the other hand offers accommodation suitable for two adults and two children with a double bed and two bunk beds for the kids, ideal for small families making a trip to the seaside.
So if looking to combine a trip to the seaside with an unusual hotel stay, consider booking in at the Windmill Scarborough.
The Windmill Hotel Scarborough