The Legion’s break centre, Alderson House, is a seaside gem located in Bridlington, renowned for its award-winning beaches of golden sands stretching out on either side of a historic harbour bustling with activity.
There are plenty of local attractions from fun-fairs to historic houses and also quiet places where you can sit and watch the world go by, or visit the spectacular cliffs at Flamborough Head.
Guests at Alderson House are able to relax within a safe, comfortable, friendly environment whilst enjoying the break they deserve.
Facilities and features
- 25 guest bedrooms, mainly twin, with 1 single, 2 double and 2 triple rooms
- All bedrooms have en-suite
- Disabled access available
- Bar / entertainment lounge
- Games room
- Reading room
- Dining room
- Landscaped gardens
- Guest laundry/ hair salon
- Varied programme of activities and entertainment
- Mini-bus for trips to local places of interest.
How to apply
Our Break services are available to serving or ex-Service people and/or their dependants who are in genuine need of a break.
The catchment area for Alderson House is:
- North East & Midlands
70 South Marine Drive
East Yorkshire YO15 3NS
+44 (0)1262 408 010
Alderson House Manager: Helen Birkbeck
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