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Lobster Pot, Bridlington by Marston's Inns

The Lobster Pot 184 Kingsgate, Bridlington YO15 3NG England
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#7 of 39 Speciality lodging in Bridlington
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Welcome to the Lobster Pot, situated on the gateway to Bridlington town centre on the A165. We offer a warm welcome to all the family at our pub and will be opening our brand new 27 room lodge in October 2016. You'll soon be able to enjoy all the mod cons of our lodge accommodation: en-suite bathroom, digital television and free WIFI. A complimentary breakfast - cooked and continental - will also be served daily. Bookings will be open soon so watch this space. Bridlington is a destination resort for holiday makers each and every summer and has the longest stretch of beach on the East coast of England. We offer a 155 seated pub restaurant with an external eating area unique to this pub. Inside we have a real fire for the perfect evenings dining experience and offer a wide selection of real cask ales, lagers and wines. Enjoy a meal here and try our fantastic Chicken Rotisserie and Chef's homemade specials. We are also the ideal pub experience for all the family on any occasion with an indoor under 5's play area for the little ones to keep entertained. Come along and meet the team, we can't wait to see you.
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richie a wrote a review Nov 2020
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I stayed at the marstons inn Lobsterpot in October 2020 for 5 nights, I have to say the booking system on line is not great i mean its not a small company it should be a better system on line there is no way you can change anything and for a company with unless you email the hotel directly. for what you pay you dont get much, it was more travelodge than anything else, its obviously built by the same people that build travelodges as the layout of the room is exactly the same. Even being a fairly newly built place the decor is dated. I had never used a Marstons inn before and would normally use a Premier inn for my business trips ( i stay over 100 nights a year in hotels because of work) but i thought something different would be nice and a bit of a treat after such a crappy year. You have to check in at the pub ( no contactless check in )which during a pandemic means having to cue up outside the pub as there is no one at the reception of the hotel at any time so any issues you have to walk over to the pub, even for more tea and coffee for the room. I saw staff in the hotel ( cleaners) not wearing masks. There was also no code to be seen for track and trace in the hotel on in the pub which i personally though was really bad and never saw anyone cleaning door handles or high traffic areas during the day. I had several issues with the Key card that stopped working again having to go over to the pub to get things sorted ( this happened 3 times and key was always kept away from my phone and other cards) The front door of the hotel was smashed in obviously someone had kicked it in at some point and this was like it all the way though my stay. I found mold in the bathroom and on leaving i thought i would be nice and strip the bed for the cleaners saving themselves some work and discovered what i had been sleeping on for the last 5 nights, a dirty highly stained mattress it was disgusting, it actually made me feel ill i had been sleeping on that for 5 nights it was vile.The only way you can pass on comments to the company is via a online form, I did get a reply eventually from that form with the basic 'we are sorry...' and my comments will be passed onto relevant departments, this does not make up for the very disappointing stay. I would of expected for the £365 I paid a gesture for the problems would of been nice but there was nothing, They never asked for pictures of the mattress or mold so I assume they where dismissing the problems i had. I ate in the pub once food was nice and staff very friendly, to me it feels like the pub is the important part and the hotel is very much a afterthought, overall the hotel was very disappointing and I will not be using Marstons inn's in the future.
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Date of stay: October 2020
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Trip type: Travelled on business
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Bromcie wrote a review Oct 2020
Leicester, United Kingdom41 contributions36 helpful votes
The Lobster Pot does not serve lobster. As Bridlington is the lobster capital of Europe, this is a bit of a misnomer. The staff were friendly and efficient. However, the food was inedible. We received a refund (had to pay in advance!). Just bad in every respect. The accommodation was adequate: budget hotel standard with a couple of lights not working, the bathroom extractor fan very noisy, the night concierge off ill, etc. WiFi was good and there was ample parking. Would not recommend.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Ryan A wrote a review Oct 2020
Bolsover, United Kingdom11 contributions4 helpful votes
We thoroughly enjoyed everything about this stay. The hotel and room were very clean, modern and comfortable. Being away from the main pub building means it’s extremely quiet in the hotel room. Value for money is great, not just for the hotel room, but also the breakfasts and main meals. Finally, the staff were incredible! So friendly and welcoming, anything we needed was promptly sorted. The service in the evening was great, we could spend every night there. The only thing that could have been better is the location, it was slightly further out from Bridlington as we thought. With that being said, it wasn’t an issue to us at all
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Linzilou wrote a review Oct 2020
Boston, United Kingdom15 contributions17 helpful votes
Well, what a little gem in Bridlington. What a fabulous stay we had here. The most helpful, kind, friendly team were simply nothing was too much trouble. Super clean, tidy and a great room for a bargain price. Very happy stay well Done to each and everyone of you. Lots of measures put in place for C-19- pleasantly surprised. We had an evening meal and breakfast- both more than okay for a ridiculously reasonable price. The team thought.... superb! I couldn’t believe how helpful they were.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Chez1872 wrote a review Oct 2020
Yorkshire32 contributions15 helpful votes
Only stayed 1 night but it was enough! On checking in, in the pub, was shouted at like schoolkids because we did not stand on the marked spot on the floor. My husband was at desk, I had to shout personal details from where I was told to stand! No lift, no help offered. Bed small. Breakfast following morning was a joke. Sat in very cold area, had to ask for tea, other tables had it offered even before sitting down. Bacon burnt, beans cold. No one asked how the food was. Next time we will stick to where we know, Belvedere Hotel & Golf club or Premier inn, neither more expensive and a lot better quality and you actually are made welcome!
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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United KingdomEnglandYorkshireEast Riding of YorkshireBridlington
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Frequently Asked Questions about Lobster Pot, Bridlington by Marston's Inns
Which popular attractions are close to Lobster Pot, Bridlington by Marston's Inns?
Nearby attractions include RSPB Bempton Cliffs (4.9 miles), Bondville Model Village (2.6 miles), and Flamborough Lighthouse (4.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Lobster Pot, Bridlington by Marston's Inns?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Lobster Pot, Bridlington by Marston's Inns?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a desk.
What food & drink options are available at Lobster Pot, Bridlington by Marston's Inns?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Lobster Pot, Bridlington by Marston's Inns?
Yes, free parking and a parking garage are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Lobster Pot, Bridlington by Marston's Inns?
Conveniently located restaurants include Copperfields Restaurant, Supattra Thai Restaurant, and Burlingtons Restaurant.
Are there any historical sites close to Lobster Pot, Bridlington by Marston's Inns?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Danes Dyke (4.0 miles), Burton Agnes Hall (4.4 miles), and Flamborough Castle (4.6 miles).
Is Lobster Pot, Bridlington by Marston's Inns accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access, reduced mobility rooms, and facilities for disabled guests. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.