Burlington Quays

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YO15 3LD

Burlington Quays, Bridlington

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Burlington Quays is ideally situated in a quiet residential area very close to the South Beach and just a few minutes walk from the Spa Theatre Complex the harbour and the town centre.From the moment you arrive at the family run Burlington Quays Hotel in Bridlington your relaxing stay begins. Accommodation includes spacious rooms with en suite facilities and very comfortable and spacious public ares in the lounge bar and dining room. If the weather is good you may choose to soak up the sun on our patio garden which is just a minute\'s walk from the seafront.

All our food is home cooked and prepared on site and fresh local produce helps to make up our hearty Full Englsih Breakfast.As you arrive your hosts will endeavour to attend to all your requirements whether it be special access dietary needs a helping hand or simply being well looked after. Whether your visit is for business or pleasure we aim to leave you with a total sense of being pampered for the duration of your stay.

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