The Broadfield Hotel

Bed and Breakfast in Bridlington, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

The Broadfield Hotel, 18 Shaftsbury Road
Bridlington
Yorkshire
England
YO15 3NW

The Broadfield Hotel, Bridlington

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Welcome to The Broadfield Hotel, Bridlington from John and Christine. We pride ourselves on our friendly service and comfortable, licensed accommodation. Our location makes us ideal, whether you are looking for a traditional family holiday, a couple looking for a home from home while touring the area or a friendly base for business reasons.

Bridlington has long been a popular place to visit for our award winning sandy beaches, a quaint old town area, nearby Bempton's RSPB reserve along with all the fun of the fair and entertainment through the season. Not that it ends there. The town is becoming a popular destination right through the year.

Why not combine a visit to The Spa with an overnight stay with us? We pride ourselves on our friendly service and comfortable, licensed accommodation. Our location makes us ideal, whether you are looking for a traditional family holiday, a couple looking for a home from home while touring the area or a friendly base for business reasons. We can arrange sporting parties for sea fishing and accomodate shooting parties.

We can also host golfing parties and are just a few minutes from the Bridlington Golf Club. The club particpates in the East Coast Golf Passport Scheme which offers discounted green fees at clubs in the area. We offer three/four day package deals for golfers taking advantage of the passport scheme (just ask us for details) Because we are a family, couples and business orientated hotel we are not suitable for "Stag" and "Hen" parties and are unable to accept bookings of this type.

Also, smoking is not permitted in any part of the premises. Since arriving we are delighted to have received a number of awards: We have been awarded a four star rating, issued by the Narional Quality Assessment Scheme and Heartbeat Award by East Riding of Yorkshire Council. We have also been presented with a gold award by Bridlington in Bloom to recognise the quality of the appearance of the frontage of our premise.

Visit England have also made a breakfast award, to recognise the range of choice and quality of our breakfast. In addition to our "Full English" breakfast, we also offer a range of Luxury/Executive options. Our high standards and excellent value provide the perfect combination to make your stay enjoyable.

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Nearby Historic Attractions

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Danes Dyke - 3.2 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Bempton, St Michael's Church - 3.9 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

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Flamborough Castle - 4.1 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Grindale, St Nicholas' Church - 4.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Burton Agnes Hall - 4.9 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

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