The Grand Hotel in Scarborough, was the largest hotel in the country and the largest brick built hotel in Europe when it was built in 1867. It was built in the shape of a ‘V’ for Victoria. At that time this great Victorian edifice had 365 rooms; 52 chimneys; 12 floors; and 4 turrets, making it ideal for a yearly holiday.
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Photo taken in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK