Bridlington Coast Guide
Bridlington, on the Yorkshire coast, is a tradition seaside resort with golden sands, a promenade and attractive gardens. There is a working harbour located between the two main beaches to the north and south of the town. There are plenty of places to eat and drink along the seafront and plenty of space on the beach to relax. An ideal location to visit for a relaxing holiday.
For details of Bridlington Hotels and Holidays, Guest Houses, Cottages and Attractions. Go to Bridlington Hotels Guest Houses and Cottages
Just to the north of the Bridlington is the tiny resort of Filey which has a great sandy beach and further up the coast again is Bridlington's more famous cousin, Scarborough. The coast to the north has Heritage Coast status.
Just outside Bridlington are the cliffs of Flamborough Head, where there is a charming lighthouse which is one of the oldest in Britain, however it may never have housed a working light it seems.
Places to visit around Bridlington
Bridlington Priory - Established in 1113 and still in use today as a parish church Priory Admin, Church Green, Bridlington, East Yorkshire YO16 7JX - England, UK Phone: 01262 601938
Old Beacon Light Tower - Built around 1675 this is the UK's oldest lighthouse - Lighthouse Road, Flamborough, East Yorkshire YO15 1AR - England, UK
Bempton RSPB Nature Reserve - Cliff Lane Bridlington Yorkshire YO15 1JF
Bridlington Leisure World - Leisure pool with slides etc. - The Promenade Bridlington Yorkshire YO15 2QO 01262 606715
Bayside Pleasure Park - Rides, dodgems and amusements for all the family- Royal Princes Parade Bridlington YO15 2NU Phone: 01262 606040
Map of Bridlington
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A great selection of photos from the Southwest region.