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Alpine Guest House
49 Newcomen Terrace
Cleveland and Teesside

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Alpine House is situated two minutes from the sea is ideal for groups attending sporting events ie Redcar races Kite surfing competitions and golfing events (redcar golf course and wilton castle) We are close to all teesides major industries and the port .The north yorkshire moors Saltburn and Whitby are all within easy commute distance .My Guest house is friendly and accomodating . With towering cliff faces and rolling countryside you can truly get away from it all. There's something for everyone with a wealth of attractions and events, sporting and leisure facilities, retail therapy and gastronomy, nightlife and wildlife and a fantastic range of accommodation. We can't always guarantee the weather will be warm; but you can be certain the people are. Within Redcar & Cleveland there are many attractions to suit all tastes, whether you are interested in Maritime, Industrial or Natural Heritage then Redcar & Cleveland is the location for you. Each year the unique appeal and contrasts of Redcar & Cleveland attract more and more visitors and holidaymakers. Whether you're here just for a day or on a longer stay, the first place you'll head for is most likely the coast. And why not? It rightly deserves its status as a Heritage Coast.

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