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Guest bedrooms are available in a variety of configurations, to cater for lone travellers, couples or families alike; however all rooms benefit from the same striking sea views and comforting range of facilities, with flat screen TV, radio, tea making facilities and elegant furnishings as standard. Elegant décor, well maintained bathrooms and a thoughtful range of sumptuous furnishings combine to create the ideal base for a relaxing seaside break.
The dining room is where you will find delicious and traditional home cooked meals, using fresh ingredients that are locally sourced where possible. A concise but varied selection of dishes are available that serve to please all palates, all whilst enjoying the sea views over Bridlington Bay. Evening meals are available between June and September and are served at a set time of 5.00pm, ensuring guests are free to enjoy the plethora of popular summer shows that take place in Bridlington. Once the shows are over the comfortable and ambient lounge offers the chance to enjoy a drink in the company of friends, old and new alike.
Bridlington offers two long beaches – the south beach being sandy and overlooking Bridlington Bay and Flamborough Head, whereas the north beach is comprised of sand and shingle and is surrounded by wide promenades, backed against the breathtaking Flamborough cliffs. In addition to natural beauty, Bridlington plays host to a wide range of entertaining attractions to suite all tastes, including the Royal Hall and Spa Theatre, the popular Harbour or for the more adventurous Leisure World, which boasts a 25 metre swimming pool, a wave pool (complete with tropical rain storms!), slides and a splash tank.
Bridlington’s old town, centred around a 17th Century high street, offers historical buildings and winding roads, complete with an array of antique shops, craft shops and charming cafes. Other historical attractions include the Elizabethan Burton Agnes Hall and the ancient Priory Church of St. Mary, almost a thousand years old.