Park Hotel

A Hotel in Redcar, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

4 Granville Terrace
Redcar
Yorkshire
England
TS10 3AR

Park Hotel, Redcar

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Accommodation Description:

Be it a business trip or seaside break - The Park Hotel will provide you with top quality accommodation, brought to you by a professional management team and warm welcoming staff.

The Park Hotel is situated overlooking the golden coastline of Redcar. The Hotel can be found on the seafront, only five minutes from the railway station and convenient for all of the regions business centres with easy access to the A1(M), A66, A19, Teesside Park, Middlesbrough and the heart of industrial Teesside. The Park Hotel is ideally placed for exploring Captain Cook and Heartbeat Country as well as Whitby with the legend of Dracula and Whitby's scenic port.

We'll do our utmost to ensure your visit is pleasant, as you can see from our web site we are very proud of our facilities, and we hope you enjoy your time in Redcar. All rooms are en suite and well equipped, and include tea/coffee tray, mineral water, biscuits and sweets, hairdryers, Satellite TV, direct dial telephones, Broadband internet access and a complimentary newspaper. Some rooms have sea views.

Our lounge bar offers a pleasant and comfortable atmosphere, serving a superb selection of beers, wines and spirits. We also have an extensive choice of bar meals to offer. Be it a business trip or seaside break - The Park Hotel will provide you with top quality accommodation, brought to you by a professional management team and warm welcoming staff.

3 star rating

From: £75.00

Room Facilities
Non-smoking
Internet access
Hairdryer
Direct dial phone
Colour television

Amenities
Lock-up facility for bicycles
Wedding services
Room service
Lounge
Bar

Parking
On-site parking
Free parking

Business Facilities
Fax machine

Dining Facilities
The Restaurant is open to both residents and the public, offering the ever popular carvery with a delicious choice of roast meats accompanied by a selection of seasonal vegetables and potatoes, or we also have a delicious selection to tempt all tastes on our a la carte menu. Our Lounge Bar offers a pleasant and comfortable atmosphere, serving a superb selection of beers, wines and spirits. We also have an extensive choice of bar meals on offer.

Meals
Dinner
Lunch
Breakfast (Full cooked)

Child Facilities
Highchairs

Pet Policy
No pets

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