The Station House is a converted Victorian railway station in the village of Cloughton on the former Scarborough to Whitby railway line. Set in half an acre of beautiful gardens, this country station has been extensively renovated and now offers accomodation in the form of en-suite bed and breakfast rooms as well as self-catering in ‘OSCAR’, our 4-star luxury camping coach or in the newly-renovated Goods Shed.
The Station House Tea Room is open from 10.30am until 5.00pm, Saturday to Wednesday, from the end of January until mid-December, where we will be happy to serve you with delicious home made food.
The Station House is an ideal base for exploring the dramatic North Yorkshire coastline and the stunning ‘Heartbeat’ countryside of the North York Moors as well as the historic seaside town of Scarborough. The village of Cloughton is five miles north of Scarborough, along the A171 towards Whitby; Station Lane being the first road on your right as you enter Cloughton, travelling North. There is a bus service 200yards away serving Scarborough, Whitby, Ravenscar and Middlesbrough. The Blacksmith’s pub in the village and one along the old cinder track at Hayburn Wyke both serve food, as does the Oak Wheel in Burniston.