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Relaxing Bed & Breakfast

This 17th-century former coaching inn was once frequented by Charles Dickens. and visited by the painter Hogarth as he walked to Minster from Queenborough in 1732 whilst on holiday,.

Now beautifully renovated brimming with charm and character, we are delighted to continue to welcome guests to this historic inn. All our bedrooms blend stylish modern décor with original features to create a wonderfully relaxing environment after a busy day.

Nestled next to the historic Grade 1 listed Minster Abbey and only a 5-minute drive from a beautiful Blue Flag awarded beach, Banks is steeped in history and offers unrivaled views across the Island. We are delighted to offer three rooms above our restaurant for bed & breakfast where you can unwind, and enjoy a relaxing stay.

The Nook

Designed for the solo traveller our newly refurbished room is the perfect place to relax and unwind. The Nook is cosy, and calm. You'll enjoy a great nights sleep in our comfortable small double bed, with ensuite shower room, Wi-Fi, flat screen smart TV and tea/coffee making facilities. This room is wardrobe free but has ample hanging space.

From £75 per night

Abbey View

With views of Minster Abbey this elegant double room with its vaulted ceiling and beams is calming and airy. This room is wardrobe free but has ample hanging space. You'll enjoy a restful nights sleep in our comfortable double bed, complete with an ensuite shower room, ceiling fan, Wi-FI flat screen smart TV and tea and coffee making facilities.


From £95 per night 

Swale View

Our boutique king-sized room is ready to welcome guests. This luxurious room with its vaulted ceiling and beams boasts stunning views across to the River Swale. Bright and airy, you will fall in love the calming nature of this room. Swale View sleeps two in king-sized bed with the option of a small single bed for a chid upon request. Facilities include TV and tea coffee making facilities, an ensuite shower room, ceiling fan, WiFi, flat screen smart

From £120 per night

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