A Few Words About The Meltham..
Mark and Alison left Meltham, a village just outside Huddersfield and over the hill from Holmfirth (Last of the Summer Wine) to live in Scarborough in 2004. Here they opened The Meltham Guesthouse (named so Mark who was born & bred in Meltham didn't get too homesick), and they immediately set about doing a full refurbishment of the property.
The paint brushes and decorating was taken on by both of them, and they would like to think they have made the former care home a nice place to come and stay whilst visiting Scarborough and the surrounding areas.
Below are some of the comments left by our guests, please have a look and see what you think
The Crowthers, Gomersal
Thanks- lovely comfortable stay. Good Hospitable hosts. we will come again.
Susan Bartlett & Pam Stephenson, Fleetwood
Exceeded all our expectations
Excellent in every way.
Paul & Jason Skelly, Burnley
Lovely host, excellent food and the place was spotless. Thanks for a nice stay!
Jason Kennnett, London
Best I have ever stayed in! Thank you :)
Anthony Dwyer, Salford
Its been a great stay and hopefully be back soon, all the best Tony.
Maureen & Tom Palmer, Shildon, Co Durham
Excellent, Can't fault it.
K. Turner, Meltham
Brill, lovely room.
Maria + Paul, Sheffield
Wonderful stay, very hospitable, lovely clean room, wonderful breakfast.
Cheryl, Neil,Leo,Lydia & Ava Mellor-Atkinson , Middlesborough
wouldn't hesitate to book again - ideal for our family! Thanks.
Pat Little, London
As always wonderful hospitality.
Corbine, Laren Taylor, Nottingham
Thank you for a lovely stay! Will defiantly come again!
Les / Pauline Boothroyd, Huddersfield
Always a warm welcome/ clean
Ray Margaret Rowling+grand kids, Northallerton
Lovely breakfasts. lovely rooms. Great stay. Will be back
Tony & Jean Shepherd, Leeds, West Yorkshire
What a lovely place- you deserve to succeed!! We will be back.
To book a room please phone us on 01723 370 663 or to read more visitors comments - click here
The Meltham Guesthouse 4 Star Bed and Breakfast in Scarborough, North Yorkshire.