HOW TO FIND CLIFF HOUSE
How to find Cliff House
Cliff House is at the head of the pretty village of Ebberston on the A170 between Scarborough and Pickering in North Yorkshire.
How to Find Us by Car
From the North — Take the A169 road over the North York Moors, turning left at the Fox and Rabbit Inn, following signs all the way to Thornton-le-Dale. In Thornton turn left joining the A170 signposted to Scarborough. After 4 miles you will come to Ebberston. Slow down and take the left hand turn at the cross roads in the dip. Cliff House is on the right.
From the East — Take the A170 road to Pickering. One and half miles after Snainton you will come to Ebberston. At the cross roads at the bottom of the incline turn right and Cliff House will be on the right.
From the South (M1) — Leave the A1 (M) at Junction 44 on to A64. Follow the A64 towards Scarborough for 35 miles. Take the A169 exit towards Whitby/Pickering. Turn left on A169 towards Pickering. At the roundabout in Pickering turn right on to the A170. After 7 miles you will come to Ebberston. Slow down and take the left hand turn at the cross roads in the dip. Cliff House is on the right.
From the West (A1) — Leave the A1 at Junction 49. Follow the A168 to Thirsk. Follow the A170 towards Scarborough for 34 miles. Drive through Thorton-le-Dale, after 4 miles you will come to Ebberston. Slow down and take the left hand turn at the cross roads in the dip. Cliff House is on the right.
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How to Find Us by Public Transport
By Train – The nearest train station is Malton (10 miles). Click here for train times.
By Bus – There are bus stops directly outside Cliff House for services to Helmsley, Pickering and Scarborough. (EYMS Bus Service 128 travels between Scarborough, Pickering and Helmsley. Click here for a timetable)
By Taxi – Pickering Taxi – 01751 617181; Malton Taxi – 01653 696969.
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