WELCOME TO

THE BLUEBELL

We are now open as of the 17th May 2021

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THE BLUEBELL GUEST HOUSE BRIDLINGTON

For best rates please book direct on 01262 675163

Peter and Lisa would like to welcome you to The Bluebell Guest House, offering quality Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Bridlington.

Situated 150 yards away from Alexandra Promenade and beautiful North Beach, with spectacular views of Sewerby Cliffs and Flamborough Head to the north and Bridlington Harbour and beyond to the south.

Conveniently situated 5 minutes walk from Bridlington town centre, and 20 minutes from the historic old town. The Bluebell Guest House is perfectly placed for walking, cycling, sailing and bird watching at the RSPB Bempton bird reserve. Walking on the beautiful Yorkshire Wolds, playing golf at any of the numerous local clubs and fishing either off the beach or from boats at the harbour and Bridlington heritage museum is a must see for sailing enthusiasts. We are a short distance from the finish of the Way of the Roses cycle route.

THE ACCOMMODATION

Only a 2-minute walk from the North Beach

The Bluebell Guest House offers free Wi-Fi and free private parking. It is a 2-minute walk from the North Beach and a 15-minute walk from Bridlington Railway Station.

All of the en suite rooms feature a flat-screen TV, alarm clock, and tea and coffee making facilities. They also include complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer.

The Bluebell provides full English breakfast, along with fruit juice and cereals. Vegetarian and lighter options are also available. Dishes are prepared using locally sourced produce where possible.

“Bluebell Guest House was exceptionally clean with every possible care taken regarding covid safety. The beds were very comfy, loads of fluffy white towels, room very quiet and cosy and breakfast 5* ! I also had a room with a sea view and view of a beautiful church spire. About 3 minutes slow walk to the beach. Excellent value for money. What more can you ask for?!”


ANNA - 5 Star Bookling.com Review

BREAKFAST AT THE BLUEBELL

We try to source all our produce locally when possible subject to availability

The Bluebell provides full English breakfast, along with fruit juice and cereals. Vegetarian and lighter options are also available. Dishes are prepared using locally sourced produce where possible.

TO START

Fruit Juices, Fresh Fruit, Cereals, Yoghurt

COOKED BREAKFAST
Sausages
Fried, Scrambled or Poached eggs
Bacon
Hash brown
Baked beans
Tomato
Mushroom
VEGETARIAN BREAKFAST
Vegetarian Sausages
Fried, Scrambled or Poached eggs
Hash brown
Baked beans
Tomato
Mushroom
 

SPECIALITY

Smoked Salmon & Scrambled Eggs on English Muffin.

FOLLOWED BY

Tea/Coffee and Toast.


We try to source all our produce locally when possible subject to availability.

Sausages and bacon from: Scotts the Butcher, Old Town, Bridlington

Free range eggs from: Marton Manor Farm Shop, Bridlington.

Fruit and vegetables from: Rafters of Driffield

AVAILABLITY & TARIFF

3 Star quality Bed and Breakfast accommodation

Room rates – Bed and Breakfast (when booked direct)

All major debit and credit cards accepted.

Single Room Double/Twin Room Superior Double
From £40 From £75 From £85

Booking terms and conditions apply.

BRIDLINGTON

Things to do

Bridlington is known as the lobster capital, and has a great variety of restaurants, bars, micro breweries, whisky distilleries and coffee shops. There is also a market twice weekly. Bridlington old town is a quaint must see. The old town has the most haunted pub in Bridlington. The Priory church and Bayle museum are both interesting attractions dating back to 1388. Bridlington is surrounded by a number of attractive small towns and villages, the beautiful Yorkshire Wolds and North York Moors are just a short drive away.

Bridlington heritage museum is a must see for sailing enthusiats. We are a short distance from the finish of the Way of the Roses cycle route. Sewerby hall dates back to 1714. Its handsome manicured grounds and secret garden are a must see as is the small zoo. The hall holds lots of Amy Johnson memorabillia for aviation enthusiasts. A yearly classic car rally is held in the grounds of Sewerby hall. Nearby the Bondville model village delights people of all ages. Bridlington has two theatres. Bridlington spa was established in 1896 and was rebuilt in 1906 following a fire. The spa is a Edwardian two tier theatre incorporating a stunning 1930s art deco ballroom. Over the years the spa has hosted the likes of David Bowie, The Drifters, The Kaiser chiefs and Jane Macdonald to name a few. The tiny Spotlight theatre shows amateur operatic/dramatic shows and was established 1909.

“Exceptionally clean and comfortable room (room 3) with parking and a really good breakfast included. The hosts were friendly and welcoming, and it was in a good location close to the town and beach. Really good value for money (they probably should be charging more!)”


GARY - 5 Star Bookling.com Review

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THE WAY OF THE ROSES

We are cyclist friendly

The Way of the Roses is a relatively new coast to coast cycle route from Morecambe on the north west coast of the UK to Bridlington in the east, taking in some of the most stunning and breathtaking scenery along the way. It is a challenging route consisting of a variety of terrain including traffic-free paths, on-road cycle lanes, country lanes and quieter roads.

Get the most from your Way of the Roses tour by enjoying a good night’s sleep in our Cycle Friendly Accommodation where you can be sure of a warm welcome and good cyclist facilities.

CONTACT US

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Send us a message and we’ll be in touch. Alternatively, call us on 01262 675163

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