Rosewood

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Reviews of Rosewood B&B, Whitby

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Review by kath pickles on 3rd July, 2011

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we have just spent a great weekend in whitby the rose wood is one of the best b+b we have stayed in it is beautifully kept and te breakfast is great. you will have try fredas fruits they are just what you need before your breakfast The ensuite bed room is massive as is the bathroom .Will be going back oh and she makes her own marmalade

Date visited: 1st-3rd july

Review by sheila hill on 22nd March, 2011

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Although we only stayed the one night at this delightful B&B we were made so welcome that we will be sure to return . The welcome included tea and scones on arrival in a delightful visitors lounge complete with real coal fire ! ( a truly lovely reception on a nippy day) The room was extremely large and comfortable as was the ensuite with an absolute array of products free to use . A lovely touch . The breakfast was excellent both in quality and quantity . The easy and free parking outside was a big plus as well you may know when visiting these popular sea side towns . We arrived as strangers but left as friends of this lovely couple and we would reccomend their lovely cosy welcoming home and hospitality to all . Ring them direct for availability on 01947 820534

Date visited: 17 /03/2011

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