Wildlife

North Bay, ScarboroughBempton Cliffs A fantastic location for birdwatching, home of over 200,000 birds over a season.  Amongst others you will see Gannets, Guillemots, Purrins and Razorbills

Wildlife Cruises Take a boat trip from Scarborough harbour and see common and grey seals at Casty Rocks.  Spot sea birds on the cliffs above you on the way.

Flamborough Head Rugged white cliffs, surrounding a small village.  There’s a lighthouse and it’s an excellent location for birdwatching and hiking.

Rievaulx Terrace Perched high on the North York Moors, above the village of Rievaulx, overlooking the Rye Valley and Rievaulx Abbey, the Terrace is a stunning example of 18th century vision and landscaping

Filey Dams is the last remaining fresh water wetland of decent size in this region and is a resting place for many migrant waders and wildfowl. Home to mammals, insects and amphibians.

North Yorkshire Moors The national park is home to a wide variety of wildlife from merlin to lapwing, otter to fox, grass snake to adder.

Whale Watching in Whitby This is one of the best places on the Yorkshire coast for whale watching – between Mid September and November

If, during your stay with us, you take any pictures of wildlife we would love to see them.  This helps us with monitoring what wildlife can be seen around Scarborough at which time of year and helps us to help future guests with enquirires.  If you are interested in hearing about the lates wildlife sightings in Yorkshire, check out this lik to the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust