Local Business Information

Some of the contact information for some of the local businesses in Bridlington Old Town. 

Contact the Bridlington Old Town Association if you wish for your Bridlington Old Town business to be added to this page.

Local Businesses

AA Clockcraft

Specialists in the repair, restoration and conservation of clocks and barometers.

All repair work is undertaken in their workshops in Bridlington and overseen by a fully qualified, award winning, member of the British Horological Institute.

AA Clockcraft Website >

Burlington Restaurant

Set in the heart of the historic old town of Bridlington, Burlington's is a husband and wife run restaurant, which has been open since 1990.

Burlington Restaurant Website >

Georgian Rooms Tearoom

The Georgian Rooms is made up of The Georgian Tea Rooms on the ground floor and The Georgian Antique Centre on the first floor. The Antique Centre now incorporates The Old Town Gallery (at the front of the main showroom) and Coach House Antiques operating from the garden at the back of The Georgian Rooms. 

The Georgian Tea Rooms is committed to providing that increasingly rare phenomenon, namely good quality food, cooked on the premises. We are members of Les Routiers as well as the Tea Council and the AA Guide and recently were placed in the Independent Newspaper's survey of the "Top 50 Tea Rooms in Great Britain".

All our meat and fish items are sourced locally. We make all our own cakes, pastries and desserts, and sell Mr Moos ice cream.

The Georgian Antiques Centre upstairs has a huge stock of greeting cards, jewellery, antiques, furniture and is ideal for an hour or so of happy browsing! The Old Town Gallery can also be found on the upper floor displaying the works of local artist Trish Watson. 

Outside there is a large garden and antique fountain ideal to eat "al fresco" or just to rest quietly and drink in the tranquility of this very special part of Bridlington.

Georgian Rooms Tearoom Website >

Raffles Restaurant

A family run business, with over 30 years within the trade. 

They take great pride in cooking and serving high quality cuisine to their customers. All of their food is freshly cooked and prepared by their own chef and they welcome all of the family who are looking to enjoy good food at excellent prices.

The restaurant in Bridlington Old Town boasts an exceptional menu and the resturant owners firmly believe that their standard of service is second to none.


Raffles Restaurant Website >

The Beauty Bank SPA

Escape the hustle & bustle of everyday life in the surroundings of our thoughtfully renovated historic building based in Old Town Bridlington, East Yorkshire.

Our team prides itself on the large range of Beauty Therapy treatments we provide.

The Beauty Bank SPA Website >

The Lamp Restaurant

The Lamp Restaurant is a Grade II Listed building nestled in the heart of Bridlington's Old Town.

The restaurant takes its name from the original Victorian lamp in its pretty rear courtyard which makes for perfect al fresco dining on warm days and nights.

The Lamp Restaurant Website >

Trish Watson Artist - Bridlington & Beyond

Her photography focuses on the beauty of the Yorkshire Heritage Coastline, and beyond!

Trish Watson Artist Website >

West BS

Celebrating 40 years of trading.

West BS Website >

Useful Links


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Nearby - Flamborough Heritage Coast

Why not combine a visit to Bridlington Old Town and The Flamborough Heritage Coast 

The Flamborough Heritage Coast >

The Way of the Roses Cycle Trail

The Way of the Roses Cycle Trail is a long distance cycle trail from Morecambe on the west coast of England, across the Yorkshire Dales, through the Yorkshire Wolds to the finish at Bridlington.

The Way of the Roses Cycle Trail comes along Westgate and passes along the Bridlington Old Town high street.

The cross country long distance route is becoming increasingly popular.

The Way of the Roses Cycle Trail >

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