Windmill Guesthouse

Guest house in Bridlington, Yorkshire

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23 Marshall Avenue
Bridlington
Yorkshire
England
YO15 2DT

Windmill Guesthouse, Bridlington

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Our Guest House is situated within the heart of Bridlington's town centre. Set back on the peaceful Marshall Avenue, we are in a prime location for our guests to access the town's shops, attractions, beach and fishing harbour, giving you the chance to explore everything that Bridlington has to offer, all within a very short walking distance.

Family run by resident proprietor Zoe and Graham Barnes, of Rotherham, the Windmill Guest House offers a very friendly and welcoming vibe to your visit. Our recent renovation work has transformed each room into a uniquely tasteful and relaxing experience and now, with all rooms converted to en-suite, you can enjoy the privacy and tranquillity of your own space without any inconveniences. All of our rooms come fitted with modern flat screen televisions (Free-View included), hair dryers, fresh towels, central heating and tea and coffee making facilities replenished daily.

At the Windmill, breakfast is included with every room. A cooked breakfast and a selection of breakfast cereal's are available. Our guests also have the option to add an evening meal to their stay, if arranged with us in advance.

We also hold a licensed bar exclusively for our guests to enjoy. Our Guest House is ideally situated within the town centre of Bridlington. We offer an ideal break for couples, families, and senior citizens throughout the year.

The Spa, fishing harbour, amusement arcades, shops and a wide variety of pubs, clubs and restaurants are all within just a few minutes level walk from our doorstep. We are only 100 metres from the town’s bus station for local and National Express coaches & just a short walk from Bridlington’s train station giving you the chance to take advantage of various travel options when it comes to planning your journey and stay with us.

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