Three Mariners Scarborough

Three Mariners Scarborough 1st Floor

First floor Landing

Panelled walls to part and exposed 14th century beams, fitted wall lights.

Master Bedroom 1

Formally known as the Queen Anne Room

4.70m x 4.30m or 15’5″ x 14’1″

Open beamed ceiling, 17th century wooden panelling, cast iron fireplace with inset blue and white delft tile surround and wooden mantel shelf with a carved coat of arms above, tiled hearth, secret wooden panelled door to passage behind fireplace, two casement windows with wooden window seats concealing two  gas central heating radiators, telephone point, carpeted wooden planked floor.

ensuite Bathroom formally known as the John Paul Jones Room

4.50m x 1.30m  or 14’9″ x 4’3″

Exposed 14th century wall beams and 17th century wooden panelling, bath, pedestal wash basin, low flush toilet, casement window with gas central heating radiator underneath, beamed ceiling with recessed ceiling lights, wall fan, carpeted wooden planked floor.

Bedroom 2

formally known as the Ghost Room

3.40m x 3.40m or 11’2″ x 11’2″

17th century wooden panelling, exposed 14th century wall beams, basket cast iron fireplace in a brick surround with wooden mantel shelf, flanked by a shelved cupboard and the other a walk in secret storage passage, wash basin vanity unit, twin sash windows with gas central heating radiator underneath, beamed ceiling,  fitted wall light, carpeted wooden planked floor.

Shower Room

1.80m x 1.50m or 5’11” x 4’11”

Fully tiled walk in corner shower cubicle, wash basin vanity unit, low flush toilet, small casement window, extractor fan, gas central heating radiator, tilled wooden planked floor.

Door leading to wooden carpeted stairs to second floor with sash window looking out to the outer harbour and North sea.

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