The Tennyson Guest House, Bridlington
Welcome to The Tennyson
Diane and Roy extend a warm welcome to you from their home
at The Tennyson Guest House. Centrally situated just a leisurely stroll from the North Beach, Leisure World, Town Centre,Harbour and the Spa.
The railway station and coach station are a short taxi ride away
and the bus station is just around the corner.
Free on street parking is available within the towns controlled parking zone.
Members of Bridlington Hotel and Guest House Association
We have recently been inspected and graded by the
BTA (Bridlington Tourism Association) which is equivalant of
3 star Visit England
We also cater for our four legged friends, who are welcome to share your room as long as they keep their paws on the floor.
We have a no smoking policy.
Bridlington is a popular Yorkshire resort and both the north and south beaches hold Blue Flag and Seaside awards, ideal for beach holidays in Yorkshire. The town has a rich history and is home to one of Britain's most complete Georgian high streets, now the art, antique and food quarter.
Bridlington is also the ideal destination for a golfing break, with five golf courses to be found within a short drive. Among these are the Bridlington Links Golf Club, Flamborough Head Golf Club, Hornsea Golf Club and Filey Golf Club. Other activities that can be enjoyed include bird watching at Flamborough Head and the famous Bempton Cliffs, Spurn Point and Hornsea Mere. Whatever your taste, you are sure to find an activity to suit within easy reach of this magnificent East Yorkshire coast resort.
The Wolds, North York Moors, Whitby, Scarborough, Filey, Leeds and Hull are all a short drive away.
We look forward to welcoming you.
What some of our customers have had to say about their stay with us..
Breakfast was exellent, fridge in room & plenty of privacy —
Room a lovely size and option of bath or shower, everyone very friendly, overall lovely break —
Lovely room with a good quality breakfast, good location, would definitely return. —
Absolutely spot on Nothing was too much trouble faultless close to everything —