Scarborough is an established commercial, tourist and retail centre, lying approximately 40 miles east of York with a population of in the region of 81,000 people and a district population of around 110,000 persons (Sources: ONS and Focus). The town is adjacent to the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and is one of the principal resorts on the north east coast attracting an estimated 7 million visitors a year.
The unit is located on the south east side of Huntriss Row, part of the town centre pedestrianised precinct linking Westborough to the majority of the town's hotels. Major hotels within a 120 metre radius include:
Premier Inn: (74 Rooms),
Travelodge: (140 Rooms),
The Grand Hotel: (411 Rooms),
The Royal Hotel: (118 Rooms),
The Palm Court Hotel (40 Rooms)
Huntriss Row enjoys a nice blend of local and national representation.