Rosedale House Bed & Breakfast
A warm welcome awaits you from Ian & Maria Henderson.
All the rooms are en-suite and include drink making facilities, biscuits, flat screen freeview TV and free WIFI.
2 en-suite twin rooms with bay windows at the front of the house.
2 en-suite twin rooms with window view at the back of the house.
In all the rooms we have two single bucket style chairs.
Highly appreciated substantial English breakfast served in our spacious lounge/dining room.
Home cooked evening meals available on request.
Packed lunches provided to order.
Special diets catered for.
Local Amenities: Boots Chemist, Mobile Library, Opticians, Hairdressers, Co-operative Food Store, Newsagents, Florist, Doctors' Surgery, Charity shops and much more.
Eating Places: Bakery, Chinese take away, Spinners Pizza,
Fish and Chip Shop (Eat in or take away), Coffee Shops and Carvery.
Rosedale Fishery - behind the Bed & Breakfast.
Hunmanby Hall – Gymnasium, Golf, Tennis, etc.
We are ideally situated for visiting lots of tourist attractions and all the local towns and villages; particularly Filey, Scarborough and Bridlington.
Hunmanby is close to many places of interest - such as Rudston Monolith, Flamborough Head,
Bempton Cliffs (RSPB), Scarborough Castle, Scarborough Lighthouse,Whitby Abbey,
Danes Dyke and many more.
Local places to Hunmanby well worth visiting are Filey, Scarborough, Bridlington, Bempton, Flamborough, Whitby, York, Driffield, Beverley, Malton and Pickering.
We are 1.5 miles from Hunmanby Gap - the glorious, flat sandy beach is a fantastic place for enjoying the wonderful scenery:
• coastal footpaths
• high cliffs of dark clay
• big skies and even bigger seas..!
We are 3 miles from Filey - wonderful sandy beach, the Brigg, shops, eating places, Glen Gardens and much, much more!
The Bed & Breakfast is situated in a quiet location, minutes’ walk from Hunmanby village.
Open all year round.
||3 Bridlington Road,
Hunmanby (near Filey),
||01723 891 868
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This page was last updated: 22 April 2013