Welcome to the Etherleigh Guest house in Bridlington
Kevin and Jo welcome you to their lovely Guest House, Bed and Breakfast in the heart of Bridlington.
We pride ourselves on our excellent breakfast and high standards of hygiene.
Whether you need an overnight stay or a full holiday we are sure you will find all the comforts of home.
The Etherleigh is centrally located in Bridlington and is convenient for all amenities, making it the ideal choice of accommodation for senior citizens or those who are less mobile.
We really look forward to making your stay in our guest house a lovely and memorable experience.
The route for the 2019 Tour de Yorkshire cycle race has been revealed, and day three will take the riders from Bridlington to Scarborough, meaning the town will be involved at a weekend for the first time. The women’s race is also coming to Bridlington for the first time, and the field will follow the same course as the men’s stage.
Bridlington is excited to have its first Saturday departure and it is sure to be a great day. Book early to make sure you get a room.
East Riding Leisure Centre
After a £25m complete rebuild the old Leisure World centre has been transformed into a modern, state-of-the-art leisure centre catering for all ages. It is only a short walk from the Etherleigh and features include a 25m swimming pool, learner pool, water slides, gym, climbing wall, squash and badminton courts, a cafe open to the public and much more.
More information can be found HERE
We were in Bridlington for an event at the Bridlington Spa so The Etherleigh was conveniently placed and within walking distance. The room itself was very clean, tidy and well maintained with an en-suite bathroom, so you cannot expect much else from a B&B. Both Jo and Kev gave us a very friendly welcome and a cup of tea! They are genuinely nice people, who are clearly keen to provide a very good level of service over and above just a bed for the night. Jo gave us some very good advice on local eateries and even accommodated us with breakfast arrangements slightly earlier than they would usually provide. If I was ever planning another trip to Bridlington I would certainly look The Etherleigh up again, and would recommend to anyone planning a visit.
Tips for other travellers: speak to Jo, she has some good tips on places to eat, see and do.Lovely review written by a couple of lads who came for the Kasabian concert last month..
Exciting New Feature
We are now able to offer Theatre Breaks, including Tickets at discounted prices
Pre Theatre dinners are also available to order when booking (Exclusive offer for direct bookings only)
The first one is Spamalot, but others will be coming soon - watch this space!
MADE IN BRIDLINGTON!
This remake of the ever-popular TV show, which opened in cinemas in early 2016, features many locations in and around the Bridlington area, including the Old Town and the beach at Flamborough.
The town’s cobbled High Street was transformed into wartime Britain with cast members Bill Nighy, Toby Jones, Sir Tom Courtenay, Catherine Zeta Jones and Sir Michael Gambon seen amid more than 300 extras, some of whom were locals.
The film is set during 1944, when World War Two was about to reach its end.