This wonderful sea-side resort on the Holderness Coast of the North Sea is an ideal destination to visit - combining the natural beauty of the Bridlington beach and coastline with historical sights such as the famous Bridlington Priory church founded in 1120.
Bridlington has a little something for everyone to enjoy from the famous entertainment venue of Bridlington Spa, which has seen a number of world renowned artists perform there such as the legend – David Bowie, Morrissey, Kasabian & Kaiser Chiefs, the near-by vocal point of Flamborough Head overlooking the North Sea & the John Bull World of Rock, as well as the grand Georgian house & gardens of Sewerby Hall
Bridlington is neighbour to the famous grand Georgian house & gardens of Sewerby Hall which first opened in 1720. The grounds now boast a zoo containing Shetland Ponies, Capuchin Monkeys, Alpacas & Llamas and can be famously accessed by the spectacular Land Trains, which are most commonly sighted on the Bridlington promenade, taking you on a dramatic cliff top journey between Sewerby & Bridlington.
The sea-side town is also home to the famous boat – The Yorkshire Belle, which first arrived on the East Coast in 1938 with the replacement being built in 1947 after the original was destroyed in the Second World War. The Yorkshire Belle now offers a relaxing cruise programme to destinations including Flamborough Head & Bempton Bird Sanctuary with close-up views of the cliffs, lighthouse & caves.
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