- 8 guest reviews
"Great couple running it, will be stopping there again...."
"I was travelling alone and it was important to me to be made welcome and Carol and Dave were the best hosts. Really friendly and very imform..."
"After a hectic year this weekend was planned to be a real chill out . away from it all. Dave and Carol were wonderful hosts . The accommodat..."
"We travelled as a young couple for several days to the coast for a cheap getaway. The guest house was clean, homely and cosy. We were able t..."
"Really friendly place- felt very comfortable there if though I was travelling alone..."
About the hotel
The Trinity is a Victorian semi-detached house with lots of character about it, with a small front garden, where on a summer’s day you can sit with a drink and watch the world go by. We like to think that at the Trinity we make you feel welcome, and treat you like a friend, where you can come and go as you please and feel at home staying with us. Children are more that welcome high chairs and cots are available, we have a TV lounge you can relax in and all rooms are well decorated with en-suite, tea/coffee making facilities, central heating, colour TV with Freeview and radio alarm clock.
We don’t like younger children in the family suite and prefer if the age for children in this room be 8yrs and older, as the beds are quite large. A good breakfast menu is on offer with lots of choices we have a licenced bar with a good selection of wines and spirits with draught beer and lager, all at reasonable prices. The Trinity has a private secure car parking with CCTV in operation. Nearby there is Ten Pin Bowling Alley, Crown Green Bowling, Bridlington football and Rugby ground, cricket pitch, tennis court and a small park with a children's play area. Sewerby House Hall and The Bayle Museum are one mile away and there are many natural beauty spots to be enjoyed around the Bridlington area; Danes Dyke, Spurn Point, Flamborough Head, Bempton Bird Sanctuary and many others. Stately homes Agnus Hall and Gardens, Sledmere House, Blaydes House at Hull, Wassand Hall at Hornsea all open to the public. Bridlington is a good place to stay for visiting nearby towns and cities such as Filey, Scarborough, Skipsea, Hornsea, Hull, York and Whitby. Bridlington also lots of golfing parks and there are lots of boats in the harbour that do fishing trips. There is The Yorkshire Bell who do daily boat trips to Flamborough head and Bempton cliffs when the puffins are breeding at Bempton. . . . well worth the trip!
- Parking (charges may apply)
- Car parking available onsite
- Hotel services
- Wake Up Call Available
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- Until 10:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Great couple running it, will be stopping there again.
Friendly hosts and great location
I was travelling alone and it was important to me to be made welcome and Carol and Dave were the best hosts.
Really friendly and very imformative. My room was comfy and the breakfasts were huge and tasty. Great location too. A short walk to the beach and a short walk in the other direction to the town centre.