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The London
Ranked #25 of 117 Bridlington B&B and Inns
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Reviewed 9 April 2014

Cannot praise it enough. Staff were all great, as was the location, the food, the wifi, the parking, the sea views, the comfortable lounge and dining room.
Work was in progress to make the internet available as a Wifi in all rooms, so theres a reason for us to go back again in the future.

Room Tip: Luckily they put us in Room 6 which was on the corner of the building facing out to sea and towards...
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  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 4 March 2014 via mobile

Cannot say enough about the London hotel all rooms are fantastic , I stayed here at the weekend with my dance group 21 of us in total , rooms were beautiful , clean , comfortable , Margo and Alan were just super and the girls at breakfast were great !
The sea view from room 15 is just fantastic and for our room rate it was just a 10/10 ! If your travelling to Bridlington I recommend you stay here it's perfect !

  • Stayed: March 2014
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Reviewed 17 November 2013

just returned from another stay at the london,it was brilliant, each time you think it cant get any better but it does. margot and alan are the perfect hosts and we had a most enjoyable holiday.thankyou.

  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 8 November 2013

Myself and my mother stayed here for a couple of nights. We had a room on the 3rd floor which had a great view of the sea. The lift was great for mum as she has problems with her knees. The rooms were of a very good standard, nicely decorated, very clean with lovely touches. The bathroom very spacious with a brilliant shower room. Breakfast was hot, tasty and with good quality produce, the bacon especially! All staff were polite, friendly and efficient. Parking was great straight outside in a bay but could also park in a car park not far away. Easy stroll to amusements and shops. I will return again, and again!

Room Tip: Room 12, third floor, great sea view, large room and brilliant shower room.
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  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 29 October 2013

I don't think there is a room in this place without terrific ocean views. We had room 2 it had 2 big windows with easy chairs to relax in so you could watch the ocean waves and the activity in the area. The place was spotless and Margot is amazing. She is the consumate hostess, making sure you have a pleasant stay. We had the bed and breakfast option and the food was very good, lots of choices. My Mom was with me and they even allowed me to borrow their wheelchair so we could go for a long walk on the promenade.

Room Tip: There isn't a bad room in the place.
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  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 2 October 2013

we staryed at the London for 3 nights from 27 September, when we arrived Margot greeted us and gave us a parking pass for the duration of our stay
the we were given or room key we were on floor 4 in room 15, the London has a lift, this lift is quite small and a bit scary due to its size but very handy as most hotel your are expected to cart your luggage up flight of stairs, our room was very nice with gorgeous panoramic sea views. the loaction of the hotel is also very good really close to the amusements and some fairground rides.
also close to the the train station for the land train which take you along the seafront
the first morning we go up and ordered the full english breakfast, my only complaint is the bacon was very undercooked. the next day we orderd eggs and beas on toast and its was nice, rachael who was serving was very attentive she couldnt do enough for us
overall a brillaint stay in a lovely hotel with very nice people.

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 30 September 2013

The London hotel/guest house is extremely well situated right on the sea front at Bridlington and is enough distance away from the amusement area on a very pleasant, clean and wide esplanade leading North of the town. Although there is a resident parking area surrounding the hotel, we were provided with a temporary permit and never experienced problems finding a parking space. This may be different in the height of summer. The owners and the staff are wonderful, very friendly and go out of their way to help you. There was a mix of age groups staying at the hotel and everyone seemed very happy and content. The rooms were of a reasonable size, extremely well fitted and decorated and good value for money. We didn't stay full board, however, the breakfast was excellent and other guests loved the evening meals and the roast on Sunday. We will definitely stay there again, as this is an excellent location to explore the excellent coastline going North. If you stay here, definitely visit, Staithes (the North's equivalent to Polperro!) Robin Hoods Bay and Racenscar, or Whitby and Scarborough for traditional fish and chips. The Yorkshire moors are also beautiful and well worth exploring.

Bridlington is a typical old British holiday town, very run down in places, although they are working hard to replace and upgrade many features and buildings.
At the hotel, the lift is very small, taking only two people, however, was never a problem.

Room Tip: I believe all rooms have a sea view, we had room 16, at the top of the house with a full view of the...
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  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Additional Information about The London

Address: 1 Royal Crescent, Bridlington YO15 2PF, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Yorkshire > East Riding of Yorkshire > Bridlington
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant
Hotel Style:
Ranked #25 of 117 B&Bs / Inns in Bridlington
Price Range: £64 - £86 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 15
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The London Hotel is perfectly positioned on the Bridlington seafront, overlooking the North Beach with outstanding views of Bridlington Bay, the Harbour and Flamborough Head. The property's quiet yet central location is ideal for short relaxing strolls to the town centre and promenades, whilst also featuring all of the prerequisites needed for a peaceful, relaxing stay. With a variety of tailored options available, whether golfing, fishing or just relaxing by the beach, you are sure of a warm welcome at this friendly beachfront hotel. Guest bedrooms are available in a variety of configurations, including both Classic and Superior room options, however all rooms benefit from the same striking sea views and comforting range of facilities, with flat screen TV, radio, tea making facilities and elegant furnishings as standard. Elegant decor, well maintained bathrooms and a thoughtful range of sumptuous furnishings combine to create the ideal base for a relaxing seaside break. The dining room is where you will find delicious and traditional home cooked meals, using fresh ingredients that are locally sourced where possible. A concise but varied selection of dishes are available that serve to please all palates, all whilst enjoying the sea views over Bridlington Bay. Evening meals are available between June and September and are served at a set time of 5.00Pm, ensuring guests are free to enjoy the plethora of popular summer shows that take place in Bridlington. Once the shows are over the comfortable and ambient lounge offers the chance to enjoy a drink in the company of friends, old and new alike. Bridlington offers two long beaches - the south beach being sandy and overlooking Bridlington Bay and Flamborough Head, whereas the north beach is comprised of sand and shingle and is surrounded by wide promenades, backed against the breathtaking Flamborough cliffs. In addition to natural beauty, Bridlington plays host to a wide range of entertaining attractions to suite all tastes, including the Royal Hall and Spa Theatre, the popular Harbour or for the more adventurous Leisure World, which boasts a 25 metre swimming pool, a wave pool (complete with tropical rain storms!), Slides and a splash tank. Bridlington's old town, centred around a 17th Century high street, offers historical buildings and winding roads, complete with an array of antique shops, craft shops and charming cafes. Other historical attractions include the Elizabethan Burton Agnes Hall and the ancient Priory Church of St. Mary, almost a thousand years old. ... more   less 
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