Downe Arms Hotel
Main Road Wykeham
SCARBOROUGH YO13 9QB
The Downe Arms Hotel sits on the edge of the magnificent Yorkshire Moors National Park and yet is only six miles from the coast. A perfect location whether you fancy walking the Cleveland Way along the rugged North Yorkshire coastline visiting one of our wonderful heritage sites golfing on a championship golf course or riding the steam train from Pickering into Heartbeat country- it s all here on our doorstep for you to enjoy. Ideal too for shooters and anglers as we have . Part of the Dawnay Estates founded in 1656 this 17th century former farmhouse offers you an intimate and historical setting for that special meal or relaxing drink with friends. The beautiful function suite a modern addition is a popular North Yorkshire venue for weddings and conferences. The Downe Arms has 10 very individual en-suite bedrooms some with sumptuous Georgian windows others with low beams all of them offering you a charming indulgent place to relax and enjoy. All of our rooms offer country elegance and the same level of comfort that you would expect from a traditional country inn. A subtle blend of the traditional and the contemporary ensures that you enjoy the best of both worlds. Why not take a break from the hustle and bustle
Directions to Downe Arms Hotel SCARBOROUGH
The Downe Arms Hotel is in the village of Wykeham situated in North Yorkshire and it actually sits on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors along the A170 which is the main road into Scarborough from Pickering. From the South/North by road From the South or North take the A1 to Junction 49. At the junction take the A168 towards Thirsk. Then the A170 towards Scarborough. The village of Wykeham is on the A170 six miles from Scarborough. From the South or North by rail Take a train to York or Leeds. From there you can take a direct train to Scarborough. From Scarborough or Seamer station you can take a taxi ( under £15 ) or by pre-arrangement we can pick you up. From York by road Take the A64 ringroad direction Scarborough. Follow the A 64 to Malton. Then take the A169 to Pickering. In Pickering take the A170 East to Scarborough. The village of Wykeham is on the A170 six miles from Scarborough. From York or Leeds by rail There are direct trains from York and Leeds to Scarborough. From Scarborough or Seamer you can take a taxi ( under £15 ) or by pre-arrangement we can pick you up.
Rooms from £60