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Sounds of Weekends

Tina Turner Tribute

New for 2013 is our Sounds of Weekends. With these breaks not only do we feature headline acts on Friday and Saturday nights performing different songs from a range of eras, but you also get comfortable accommodation, full traditional cooked breakfast and /or continental breakfast and in the evening you will be treated to a three course evening meal before the star act performs. The 60s Started with JFK being elected at President of the [...]


Braemar Highland Games and Local Info


Having arrived in Braemar just a few weeks ago to take on the position of Assistant Manager at the Invercauld Arms, I have been amazed at the village, and the area, and just what goes on around here. Our hotel is in a stunning location, nestling between the Eastern edge of the Cairngorm Mountains and the fringe of Royal Deeside. Just this morning I woke up to glorious sunshine and here is a picture of [...]


A Different Type of View

The Big Wheel

The view from Bay Torbay Hotel looks a little different at the minute, a 60m observation wheel has been erected in Princess Gardens opposite the Bay Torbay Hotel, don’t worry views from the hotel have not been obscured. The 365 tonne wheel was completed in four days by eleven highly trained staff and has come straight from London’s Victoria Park Olympic celebrations. It is open to the public from 10am to 10pm until 31st October. [...]


Bay Majestic Hotel raise money for RNLI

The new Eastbourne Lifeboat.
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Staff at the Bay Majestic Hotel in Eastbourne have raised over £750 for the local RNLI to help purchase a new lifeboat.Employees at the hotel are running a weekly raffle with staff and local businesses donating prizes in aid of RNLI in Eastbourne, which has more call outs than anywhere else on the South Coast. They hope to raise over £1000 towards the charity in aid of a new Tamar life boat. The local lifeboat [...]


10 attractions in and around Whitby

The Whale Bones and Whitby Abbey

Whitby is dominated by the ruins of St Hilda’s Abbey, located high on the East Cliff. Down below is the picturesque seaside town, with a maze of alleyways and narrow streets. A trip to the parish of St Mary, will give you some history on Bram Stoker who took inspiration from the churchyard to write the world famous book, Dracula. 1. Captain Cook Memorial Monument Captain James Cook was a British explorer, navigator and cartographer [...]


Hello World!


Here at Bay Hotels we are not quite ready to launch this blog, but we are busy behind the scenes setting it up. For the time being why not check out our website, We just wanted to say a quick Hello World.