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Fisherhead Car Park
This is the only car park in lower RHBay and is privately owned and managed. You cannot park in Fisherhead Car Park without a permit.
If the cottage you have booked has a Fisherhead parking permit, you must collect it from the cottage and display it in your windscreen for the duration of your stay. You must return the permit to the cottage before you leave. If a permit is lost or taken in error, it cannot be replaced.
If the cottage you have booked doesn't have a permit, you can order one in advance by calling Tim or Kate on 01947 880723 during office hours only. Permits are available for any number of days but are few in number and are quickly sold out at busy times.
The current prices for Fisherhead Car Park are as follows:
Please note that permits will not be issued over February & October half term holidays, Victorian weekend, Christmas & New Year.
Camper vans, mini buses and trade vans over half a ton are not allowed.
To find Fisherhead Car Park, drive down the hill into the lower village, passing The Laurel Inn on your left and Muir Lea Stores on your right. Shortly after the stores, turn right through the farm gate on the bend. Drive up the hill and through into the farmyard to park.
Please note that I am not an agent for Fisherhead car park. The information here is offered in good faith but may be subject to change without notice. I cannot be held responsible for changes, repairs or closures to this facility. You should enquire about the terms and conditions when you purchase a permit.
The car park opposite the Victoria Hotel at the top of the bank is a Scarborough Borough Council (SBC) car park and charges apply (except between 1st November - 28th February when the Council usually covers the pay meters). The cost is £6 for 24 hours if you use the meter in the car park.
You can purchase a pass from Station Road Stores (200 metres further up the road). The cost for a permit is £7 per day (min stay, 2 nights). The pass does not guarantee you a space but does allow you to park in other SBC car parks in the borough and is useful, therefore, if you intend to visit other places during your stay.
At busy times, the much larger SBC Station Car Park is situated further still up the village.
08 March 2018
The Old Bakery has been part of the old village since time immemorial. Recently acquired by Robin Hodgson and his family, The Old Bakery has been refurbished and re-branded and now boasts a contemporary style with eclectic furnishings and a warm welcome.