The Victorian architecture was stunning, the town had a real...
The Victorian architecture was stunning, the town had a real feeling of grandeur but with a modern vibe. The pier is beautiful and the funicular lift is fun and eye catching. The town feels buzzy, good shops, no closed down units and feels like somewhere people live rather than just a tourist destination. Big leafy streets, lovely beach and fantastic walking. The Seaview restaurant provides top quality chips and onion rings for eating along the pier. Stayed at the lovely Brockley Hall Hotel, strongly recommend.
A charming seaside town with Victorian origins, but without...
A charming seaside town with Victorian origins, but without the sense of lost 'former glory' that characterises so many once-splendid resorts. Great options for delicious, quirky and well-priced eats, besides the array of tasty chippies on the sea front.
“Staff very accommodating we were able to get into our room early to get changed for the wedding we were attending. Was abit down when there was a group arrived with dogs but to be fair to them you never noticed them and hotel was clean”
“Location overlooking Saltburn by the Sea is fantastic. Great place to stay if you're walking the Cleveland Way. We were walking the next day to Staithes and left early and they had a nice English Breakfast for us starting at 7 AM.”
“The hotel was amazing, great location, helpful and friendly staff, wonderful room recently renovated to a very high standard and the slipper bath was especially lovely. All reception areas were clean and well decorated.”