Lincoln House Bed & Breakfast
Winner of the 2011 Best Frontage Competition, Lincoln House is a recently renovated Victorian house ideally located for easy access to the town centre, beach, promenade (with the funfair, amusements), harbour, Spa Theatre, bus and rail stations - all no more than a 10-15 minute stroll away.
Three spacious double en suite bedrooms are available, all tastefully decorated to a very high standard. Each bedroom has a colour TV with DVD and Freeview, CD/radio alarm clock, tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer, dressing gowns and board games.
Traditional English breakfast is served in an attractive and interesting dining room - many visitors have said that the breakfast served is 'the best ever'. A Continental style breakfast is also available. Packed lunches and afternoon teas are available on request.
Our Guest Lounge offers a delightful area in a sunny position where you can relax and put your feet up. Monday to Friday, light snacks are served between 4pm and 7pm, or by arrangement.
To take advantage of a warm day, seating is available on the raised decking area in front of the guest lounge; no smoking is allowed in this area. To the rear of Lincoln House is a beautiful walled garden which offers a tranquil area for relaxation.
A seating area is also available for guests at the front of the house; an area surrounded by beautiful baskets of flowers and shrubs. Facilities for smokers are available in this area.
Lincoln House is totally non-smoking and pets are not allowed.
Parking permits are provided for all visitors.
Your hosts, Sylvia & John Wright, look forward to welcoming you to Lincoln House where you are sure to have an enjoyable and relaxing holiday.
Bridlington is ideally situated for a holiday in East Yorkshire. Just a short ride from P&O Ferries in Hull, visitors from Europe can enjoy all that we have to offer within an hour of arriving in England.
Bridlington in located adjacent to the Wolds where cycling and walking is the ideal way to view this area.
For the beach lovers, Bridlington beaches have all been awarded Blue Flag status and are beautifully kept.
Just a short car ride, or even a leisurely walk, you can find the village of Sewerby with the delights of Sewerby Hall and the model village.
Fancy a day out to a historic house? Then you have the choice of two houses close by - Burton Agnes Hall and Sledmere House.
The historic town of Beverely is only a short car/bus/train journey away with the Minster as a starting point to a wonderful town. Also, watch out for Beverley Race Course - always worth a visit.
A little further afield, you can visit Scarborough and on to the North Yorkshire Moors.
A trip to Pickering, hop on the steam railway for a ride through beautiful countryside to Grosmount and on some days even through to Whitby.
Whilst out this way, take a trip out to Heartbeat country (and The Royal) - see all the haunts shown on the TV series; maybe you'll even get a chance to see them filming.
Thornton le Dale, Hutton le Hole - beautiful villages, definitely worth a visit.
To the south of Bridlington, you can visit Hornsea - with the first 'outlet retail' village in the UK.
Also well worth a visit is the 'Deep' in Hull - an extraordinary 'aquarium'. Whist in Hull, you can also visit the many art galleries and museums which are all free entry.
And, of course, any visit to Yorkshire would not be complete without visiting the very beautiful city of York with the Minster, the quaint shopping areas as well as the department stores, the Jorvik Centre, the Railway Museum and many other attractions too numerous to mention. Except to say, of course, that the McArthur Glen shopping experience is located just outside the city limits.
A number of day trips are available by coach: an example is a trip to Ikea Leeds including lunch at a very reasonable cost. You can also visit the Beamish Museum, Bakewell, and many other destinations throughout the summer.
A full programme of entertainment is available during the summer in Bridlington, with two theatres offering shows: The Bridlington Spa and the Spotlight Theatre. The Spa Theatre underwent a £20m refurbishment in 2007/8 and is now the premier entertainment and conference centre on the East Coast.
And, of course, the famous White Road Train running daily from Sewerby to South Beach is still a popular attraction.
Not to be forgotten, for the golfers, three 18-hole golf courses are available. The Bridlington Golf Club (Belvedere), the Bridlington Links, (which also offers a 9-hole par 3 course/'pitch & putt' and a driving rang and the Flamborough Golf Club. A Golf Course Passport is available offering 5 courses over 7 days at a very reasonable cost - contact us for further details.
When you contact us, ask about the Bridlngton Passport.
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This page was last updated: 10 December 2012