This majestic hotel is situated on a clifftop in one of the UKs most iconic seaside resorts and offers the perfect alternative buy-to-let opportunity for you as an investor (alongside awe-inspiring views for guests!) With a commanding position above the cliffs overlooking Scarborough and the South Bay, this large and comfortable hotel enjoys a unique charm and romance, dating back to a time when the town first became a Mecca for tourists.
With fantastic views over the bay this large, comfortable hotel, richly decorated and with unique charm and character, sits proudly in our Classic Collection of hotels alongside the popular Queen’s Hotel in Llandudno.
Behind the old-fashioned warm welcome The Harland offers, you will find all the advantages of a modern hotel: comfortable, well-planned, with excellent facilities for all age groups and a light and airy contemporary feel. Following the same design principles and business model that has made The Queen’s Hotel such a success The Harland will provide the modern family with all they need in a clean, comfortable and stylish setting.
The hotel will undergo a rolling schedule of renovation and refurbishment whilst remaining open and operational – this will happen over the next few years. The sensitive refurbishment will maintain the look and feel of the hotel, respecting its heritage. Additions will include its own up-market coffee house, spacious restaurant and relaxing bar area. In addition the hotel’s existing function rooms will be updated to complement the grandeur of this impressive building.
Our Managing Director Purchased at Sister Hotel Llandudno Bay Hotel!
Our managing director Jean Liggett purchased at the Atlantic Bay’s sister hotel Llandudno Bay Hotel – a 4 star premier hotel overlooking the sea in the UNESCO World Heritage town of Llandudno. It is worth noting that Llandudno Bay Hotel was awarded the best hotel in North Wales last autumn.
You have the opportunity to purchase a room at the hotel, thereby, owning a part of a timeless Victorian treasure in the heart of one the UK’s most famous resorts. The hotel sits majestically above the cliffs on the beautiful North Yorkshire coast overlooking the popular resort of Scarborough.
With a long and proud history of delivering excellent hospitality to holidaymakers since it was built in 1854, the new hotel will further enhance its reputation as the perfect base for those looking to unwind and explore all that this rugged and exciting part of the world has to offer.
- Brand NEW, Classic Sea-Facing Hotel in North Yorkshire
- 10% NET Returns for 10 Years
- Among Top 5 Most Visited Destinations in England (2nd to London)
- An Open and Operational Hotel with Proven Track Record
- 125% Assured Buy-Back
- A String of Successful Hotels from the Same Developer
- Managed by an Award-Winning, Experienced Hotel Operator
- NO Stamp Duty
- Reserve your room for £1,000 (refundable)!
Scarborough is home to spectacular scenery, glorious beaches and an old-worldly seaside charm that has made it one of the UK’s most popular tourist destinations.
Known as the Queen of the Yorkshire Coast, Scarborough is believed to be the world’s first seaside resort and holidaymakers have been flocking to its sandy shores for nearly 400 years. Today it still remains a firm family favourite for a relaxing break by the sea and is the most visited part of the country outside of London.
Boasting two bays, Scarborough has twice as much beach area to sink your toes into than most holiday resorts, offering visitors plenty to see and do. The South Bay is an idyllic spot to enjoy the classic seaside experience, thanks to its glittering amusement arcades, ice cream parlours and traditional stalls lining the promenade, where you can tuck into some good old-fashioned Scarborough rock and fudge.
The quieter North Bay is the wilder of the two beaches and has a more rugged feel, being backed by rocky outcrops, imposing cliffs and hills. The beach boasts great surfing potential and has become a much sought-after spot for water sport enthusiasts.
Along with its award-winning beaches, the pretty seaside resort is rich in history and is home to many heritage sites. The magnificent 12th century Scarborough Castle towers over the town and enjoys spectacular panoramic views across the two sprawling bays, and with 3,000 years of history to step into, it will undeniably be the pinnacle of your visit to this charming seaside resort.
The bustling harbour is very much the heart of this attractive town, while the historic Spa, Rotunda Museum, Sea Life Sanctuary and Open Air Theatre are just a few of the popular family attractions that see holidaymakers returning year after year.
Over the next five years the Yorkshire Coast is set to see an unprecedented level of investment, potentially in excess of £2 billion, including plans to develop a new potash mine in Scarborough Borough, creating an estimated 3,000 jobs.
Major harbour infrastructure plans are also being developed for Scarborough and Whitby ports, at the cost of £80 million, while £15 million will be dedicated to improving transport infrastructure over the course of the next five years.