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The Vintage Window

Please click on the video above to view one of our visits from the Antiques road trip.

We are based on the Yorkshire coast in Scarborough and are a family run business buying and selling a vast range on vintage and antique items. 

 

Welcome to our shop! Owning and running our own vintage, antique and collectables shop is more than a job for us, it’s a dream come true. Full of interesting finds and beautiful objects all wonderfully crafted throughout the years. 

We also buy through our shop and are more than happy to look 

Peep through our window, open the door and discover what beautiful and unique treasures lie inside.

The Vintage Window specializes in beautiful and interesting goods from predominantly the 20th century. Militaria, costume jewellery, trinkets, novelty item, toys and ceramics. Our displays are full of fun and nostalgia taking you back to the good old days when things were built to last.

Thanks for your time and we hope you enjoy what we have to offer. 

Jonathan and Fay

How to Find US

 

We are situated in Scarborough town centre at Saint Nicholas Cliff. Only a tram ride away from the South Bay and a  short scenic walk from the iconic Scarborough Spa . We are a neighbours with the landmark Grand and Royal Hotels.

There is paid parking outside the shop and plenty of car parks in close vicinity.  We are only a few doors away from the Antique and collectors centre.

From Scarborough train station head down the main shopping precinct Westborough and turn right near Pandora down Huntress Row. Follow to the bottom where you will see the Grand hotel and head towards the main entrance we are on your right hand side the first shop in a small row  of shops in a building which out dates the Grand Hotel its self. 

From the spa head along the cliff top and venture across the Spa bridge built in 1827. Past the Grand Hotel and in keep left up the hill we are the last shop in the little row before you see the Royal Hotel.

From the South Bay we are situated at the top of the cliff near Olympia Leisure. Two options are to take the historic cliff lift or take the stairs next to the Grand Hotel. A more scenic meander is through the gardens in front of the town hall all which will bring you out on the top of the cliff where you should head towards St Nicholas cliff which serves as a car park operated by the council for a fee. Where we are situated either first or last in a line of shops depending on the direction you are walking in.