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Manor Court Hotel
53 Main Street
Carnaby

Bridlington
East Yorkshire

YO16 4UJ | View map
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The Manor Court Hotel, is run under the personal supervision of the owners Robert & Lorraine McGivern, who have now been joined by their son Dominic. They have a team of 35 relaxed but enthusiastic staff who are here to make your stay both comfortable and rewarding. The Hotel is Situated in Carnaby near Bridlington in East Yorkshire, ideal for people wishing to visit Bridlington and its Spas or the local Heritage along the Bridlington Coast. The bedrooms vary in size and style but are all decorated to a high standard and include features such as Sky TV inc Sky Sports, free Wi-Fi throughtout the hotel and televisions with DVD players (in most rooms). some even have a courtyard seating area with views of the orchard and the evening sunsets, where you can have a glass of wine and consider which one of the hotel restaurants to have dinner in. If traditional cuisine is your style then you will not be disappointed by all the choice on offer from the various menus throughout the complex. From traditional bar meals to our a la carte restaurant with its European twist, we offer fish, game, trendy salads and sublime comfort food - you will not be disappointed by the choice or price!! The Manor Court is run under the personal supervision of the owners Robert & Lorraine McGivern, and have now been joined by their son Dominic. They have a team of 35 relaxed but enthusiastic staff who are here to make your stay both comfortable and rewarding. Our History: Having once been a working farm in the previous centuries, the business won awards for its conversion to a hotel in the early eighties and has continued to grow both in size and success due in no small part to the team of chefs led by Lorraine.

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