To help you get the best from your stay in Bridlington we have compiled a list of local attractions that you may wish to visit during your stay with us. If you are unfortunate enough to experience a rainy day during your stay you can list the attractions that can still be enjoyed when it's raining by clicking the "Indoor Attractions" button
Beverley Minster is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful Gothic buildings in Europe.
As a stunning piece of architecture, as a massive wow factor, as a real piece of history to get your teeth into, visit Beverley Minster
For an action packed day out, your can zip line through the tree tops with the Go Ape attraction, or cycle through the forest on mountain tracks with scaled levels of difficulty for all ages and abilities.
Calm your self in the Dalby Cafe after an adrenaline filled day, or head back out on the Segway off road run!
The Steam Railway
Take a ride through the stunning Yorkshire landscapes in one of the worlds greatest steam engines, “The Royal Scot”
The Heritage Coast
If you love the outdoors, Bridlington is the idea base for your walking and rambling adventures, seethe link below for some routes to get your teeth into
The Way of the Roses Cycle Route
Not for the Faint Hearted, but Bridlington is a great finish or start point for this epic journey to be remembered for a life time
Situated on the old Roman Road, 1 mile west of Bridlington on the East Yorkshire Coast, we have built up a team of safe and friendly horses and ponies suitable for both novice and the more experienced riders of all ages.
Bridlington Boat Tours
The Yorkshire Belle offers tours around Flamborough head to view our plentiful bird wildlife, a photographers dream. www.yorkshire-belle.co.uk
The Pirate ship is great for children to get a real sense of adventure on the open sea. www.pirateshipbridlington.co.uk
Speed boats bound over the waves around our bay, for the thrill seekers amongst you. Bridlington Speed Boats
All of these tours leave from the Harbour.
Flamborough’s Thornwick Bay, North and South Landings
Idyllic Bays nestled into the cliff face of Flamborough head, with rock pools, caves and headland to explore its great for adventure, or a lazy afternoon at the beach
Bridlington Historic Old Town
Steeped with history, yet still a very quaint and picturesque part of Bridlingtons heritage. Also setting for the box office hit remake of Dads Army
Bridlington Birds of Prey and Animal Park
Bridlington Birds of Prey and Animal Park is an award winning family run business. There are lots to offer for a fun family day out : a range of birds of prey and animals including Owls, Hawks, Falcons, Meerkats, Wallabys, Alpacas
Danes Dyke is a Scheduled Ancient Monument of national importance. Declared a nature reserve in 2002, you can enjoy walks around the Dyke taking i some truly breath taking views over our stunning coastline.
Bondville Model Village
A favourite with users of trip advisor, this teeny tiny world has been given the certificate of excellence, a charming day out for all the family.
Bridlington South Beach
Overlooking Bridlington Bay, the golden sands to the south extend right down to Spurn Point at the mouth of the River Humber.
Bridlington North Beach
Sand and shingle beach backed against the impressive Flamborough cliffs. Surrounded by wide promenades, kids will love the traditional amusement halls, boat and fairground rides
149 Fish and Chips
Recently voted the UK’s number 1 fish and chip shop, you're sure for a delicious treat with every meal. Prince Charles and Camilla recently visited, needless to say 149 received their royal seal of approval!
Contemporary Art Gallery
Just Opened for 2017, the new art galley will showcase some very local talent. A Contemporary Art Gallery and Studio in the heart of Bridlington. Showcasing the work of contemporary artists Nigel Folds and Vivien Stamford
Treasure Island Mini Golf
Located on the Bridlington promenade, just 5 minutes walk from the apartments you will find the latest in mini golf fun, designed by the same talented chaps who have worked with Disney and Altern Towers, its sure to be a barrel of laughs!
Marton Manor Farm Shop
The Best in fresh food and local farm yard fun. The petting zoo and outdoor play area are great for children. You have to try their Afternoon tea.
The Forum, Cinema, and 10 pin Bowl
A 5 minute walk from your apartment in the heart of Bridlingtons town centre, you will find the forum. The multi screen cinema play all the latest box office hits 7 days a week. The Forum also has a full size, 10 lane, 10 pin bowling alley. Both of these are ideal when the weather takes a bad turn.
John Bull Rock
Touch, Hear, Smell, See, Taste…
Take a guided tour around the famous John Bulls rock factory in bridlington to see how the iconic seaside rock and confectioneries are made. Make your own Chocolate lolly and personalised stick of rock. After all, tasting is the most important part, right?
Candy Kingdom is a great indoor adventure play area for 0-12 year olds, children can run wild in the soft play areas with slides and ball pools whist the cafe and tables are perfect for adults to have a time out with a tea and cake.
Burton Agnes Hall
Burton Agnes Hall is unique: it is a truly magnificent stately house that is also a warm and wonderful home. Burton Agnes Hall is a glorious example of Elizabethan architecture; built between 1598 and 1610 by Sir Henry Griffith, it has stayed in his family for more than four centuries.
RSPB Bempton Cliffs
Flamborough Head has one of the most important seabird colonies in Europe. In summer the cliffs are packed with tens of thousands of breeding auks, gannets and gulls creating a memorable experience. The chalk grassland, especially in Holmes Gut, is rich in flowers attracting butterflies and a number of uncommon moths. Flamborough Cliffs nature reserve consists of three sections, Breil, Holmes and Thornwick, each with their own character but all important for the seabird colonies nesting on the 100-foot high sheer chalk cliffs.
The Tone Zone & Health Suites
Bring your workouts away with you, with our state of the art fitness suite. and enjoy the same stunning views as the ones from your apartment.
Finish with a relaxing dip in the jacuzzi, sauna, or steam rooms
Clip and Climb
A stunning series of climbing based activities that provide healthy, challenging fun for everyone. Perfect for ages 4 to 84, children can visit and climb unaccompanied from age 11+
Swimming and Splash zone Facilities
25 Metre 6 lane pool
13m x 7m learner pool with a moveable floor, to a maximum depth of 2m
Children Splash Zone including waterplay features and two interactive water slides connected to the learner pool.
Seating for 150 spectators by the main swimming pool
Bridlington Priory Church
Dating from 1113 AD, the Bridlington Priory Church was originally part of one of England's leading monasteries. The surviving nave of the church is now a thriving parish church with a wealth of historic features.
The Priory organ was built in 1889 by the Belgian firm of Anneessens. In 2006, under the direction of organ consultant Paul Hale, it was completely rebuilt by Nicholson of Malvern. It is now one of the finest four manual organs in the country, having modern mechanical and electrical action yet retaining most of the original pipework. With its 75 stops it is more than capable of faithfully rendering the wide range of British and Continental organ music.
Flamborough Head, Bempton Cliffs and RSPB Sanctuary
Flamborough Head has one of the most important seabird colonies in Europe. In summer the cliffs are packed with tens of thousands of breeding auks, gannets and gulls creating a memorable experience. The chalk grassland, especially in Holmes Gut, is rich in flowers attracting butterflies and a number of uncommon moths.
Flamborough Cliffs nature reserve consists of three sections, Breil, Holmes and Thornwick, each with their own character but all important for the seabird colonies nesting on the 100-foot high sheer chalk cliffs.
East Riding Leisure Bridlington
East Riding Leisure Bridlington is a brand new £25 million leisure development which opened in Summer 2016. The centre features the Splash Zone, a pool with two fast slides, a fun area for younger children with water jets, and a clip and climb climbing wall.
It also boasts a large sports hall, squash courts, Tone Zone gym and the fabulous MyRide, which will allow you to follow the world's greatest cycle tracks, from canyons to mountainside to urban streetscapes.
On the seafront side of the leisure centre there is also a new Tourist Information Centre and outlet selling snacks, icecream, tea and coffee, souvenirs and beach goods.
The Land Train
Be transported up and down the North and South Promenade or along the clifftops to Sewerby Hall and Gardens
The Bayle Museum
The Bayle Museum is situtated in a monastic gatehouse over 800 years old, the gatehouse was once the entrance to Bridlington Priory which was amongst the wealthiest monasteries in Yorkshire in the fifteenth century
The Spa Bridlington is the East Coast's finest entertainment venue, attracting visitors from throughout the UK. From its 3,800 capacity concerts, to its dramas, sports events, exhibitions and variety shows, The Spa Bridlington definitely has something for everyone.
Sewerby Hall and Gardens
Sewerby Hall is situated 2 miles north of the seaside resort of Bridlington, on the East Yorkshire coast. The grade I listed country house is set in 50 acres of landscaped gardens in a cliff top location on the outskirts of Sewerby village.
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