For a Yorkshire B&B York is perhaps the premier location. B&B here refers to bed and breakfast bookings, and that are often characterised by their relative small size and personalised service when compared to hotels. The navigation options at the top of your screen make searching for your Whitby B&B Guest House, or for a guest house anywhere else in Yorkshire, a simple task. An alternate method involves clicking on the images on the left of your screen now. These are linked to take you to the listings for the various specified regions in Yorkshire. B&B's are also sometimes referred to as BnB's, B & B's, BB's and B and B's.
For a Yorkshire B&B Scarborough is another extremely popular location, with seaside resorts generally quite well populated with B&B's. Bridlington is no exception to this rule and for a child-friendly B&B Bridlington could be an excellent choice. The area is literally crammed full of seaside attractions that cater for kids and big kids alike!
B&B Leeds accommodation allows you the chance to stay in Yorkshire's largest city, with access to shops, pubs, clubs, museums and more - everything that you would expect of a major European city. There are plenty of things to do in Leeds. Sheffield might not be as large as Leeds, but it does share many of the exciting facilities and attributes of its counterpart. Sheffield is shrouded in industrial heritage, and yet has some of the best art galleries in the country, as well as some of the best shopping complexes in Yorkshire! For a B&B Sheffield is well recommended.
Scarborough Guest Houses are very popular with visitors to the town. VisitBritain makes a differentiation between guest houses and B&B's, the latter being smaller and able to cater for only 6 guests. Both B&B's and guest houses though offer a more personalised experience.
B&B's and York Guest Houses will offer more breakfast options, and guest houses in particular might offer an evening meal as well. General price discounts can be offered to those booking for longer than a couple of days, although this is not always the case.
There are a many things to consider before and after booking B&B's in Yorkshire. Below is a list of 5 such considerations:
1. Single Supplements?
2. Are pets allowed?
3. Are kids allowed?
4. Is dinner included?
5. Is there free parking?
There are now an increasing number of restaurants that will offer accommodation as well as food. Generally these will have only a few rooms, with the restaurant element of the business still the most important. These are often well respected restaurants with high calibre chefs though, and make it easy to enjoy a few drinks with your meal without the worry of how to get home afterwards. Yorkshire has a fine selection of restaurants, a few of which may also offer rooms. These are essentially glorified Yorkshire B&B's!
Most B&B owners in Leeds and across Yorkshire will ask for a deposit when you make a booking. It is recommended to book as early as you possibly can - this will avoid disappointment and may also save you some money. This advice is particularly relevant should you want to book in peak season. There are no definitive dates that define peak season, although it normally falls over the summer. School and bank holidays can also be included, and during these busy times you may be required to make a minimum 2 night booking.
There is a differentiation made between guest houses and B&B's, the former being larger in size, able to accommodate more than the 6 people that B&B's can, and with staff generally offering more services. Neither are comparable in size to hotels though, and they may not offer evening meals, although these can often be arranged.