Wentworth House

Historic Guest House in Aldbrough, Yorkshire

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Wentworth Grove
HU11 4RU

Wentworth House, Aldbrough

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Accommodation Description:

Thank you for visiting the Wentworth Guest House web-site. If you decide to stay your hosts Mark Ann will ensure you have a warm welcome provide an informal atmosphere and will be happy to help make your stay as enjoyable as possible. Wentworth House is situated in the tranquil rural village of Aldbrough near to the church.

Aldbrough is on the coast (1 Mile) just east of Hull between Hornsea and Withernsea and has a range of local services including 3 Pubs.

The distinctive house is spacious with lots of character particularly the hall and staircase and has some historical significance. The individually designed bedrooms are all ensuite have Freeview television and internet access. Our large secure car park in surrounded by landscaped gardens ideal for a picnic lunch.

We are family & dog friendly (Only Rooms 3 & 1 please call direct).

Our breakfast menu includes full English which uses locally reared pork and free range eggs all items are locally sourced including our range of jams and marmalades. 
We have a pottery workshop that is available by arrangement. The guest house is ideally located for touring East Yorkshire. We are central to 4 nature reserves (Spurn Point Benpton Cliffs Paull Sands Tophill Low) two military museums (Fort Paull RAF Holptom) four stately homes (Burton Constable Burton Agnes Sewerby Hall and Sledmere House) and of course the coastal resorts of Hornsea Withernsea and Bridlington.

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