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Highlights in Bridlington
- Gorgeous clean beaches
- Bridlington Harbour
- Explore big places
- Relive history
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Trying to find a special, authentic holiday in England, filled with traditional flavour? Then you've got to go to the north of England and visit the Yorkshire coast, a land of endless beauty where a number of Britain's most traditional fishing villages await, spectacular deserted beaches, cliffs breaking out over the ocean. From 450 metres to 650 metres till 1.7 kilometres, we at Holidu have what you’re looking for. East Riding of Yorkshire is certainly among one of the simplest places to spend all of your holidays.A special place for everyone
Whether it’s a small place or a big property you’re looking for, you will find it with us. Our rentals and lettings have gardens, are child-friendly, pet-friendly and have excellent views. They have internet, parking, washing machines and everything you need. Some of them have beautiful balconies! Be sure to check them all out, you will find exactly what you’re looking for to make the best out of your holidays.
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Bridlington is special for its beaches. On a hot, sunny day, the clear waters and grassy cliffs look more like northern Spain than northern England. Nature lovers visiting Bridlington can explore places like Cape Flamborough and The Spa Bridlington Events Centre.In Bridlington there is always somewhere to go
Bridlington has a cosy old town, and the chalk cliffs at Flamborough Head to the north are a nesting site for bird species such as puffins and gannets. Robin Hoods Bay is one of the places that you simply cannot miss once you prepare to visit the Yorkshire coast. This small fishing village, with the same name, hangs over the heart of the guts, so resounding and primal beauty that it has been the setting for filming a lot of television series and movies, some as famous as The Phantom Menace, the first film in the Stars Wars saga.
Travellers and activities
Bridlington and its beaches are in a league of their own. Nature lovers visiting Bridlington can explore places like Cape Flamborough. During your stay, take time to get to know other sights like The Spa Bridlington Events Centre. The view from the cliff tops over the beach is one to appreciate, and at low tide, you'll go right down to the beach to seem back at the chalk walls and attend the rock pool.Bridlington for cruise people
The pleasure boat venturing into the sheltered waters of Bridlington Bay may be a piece of its own heritage. The Yorkshire Belle was launched at Hull's Cook, Welton & Gemmell shipyard in 1951 and is the last of the six cruise ships Bridlington originals. The tour schedule begins at Easter and runs through October, with the most regular trip being a one-hour cruise northeast of Flamborough Head and vice versa. There is commentary throughout the voyage and the Yorkshire Belle has a licensed bar on board. If you fancy observing nature, longer cruises to Bempton Cliffs or Breil Hawk to see gannets, puffins and kittens.
Did you know that Bridlington is popularly known as a Victorian family resort? During the 19th century it served as an escape for industrial workers in the West Riding of Yorkshire
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South Beach at Bridlington is bounded to the north by the harbour and gently slopes down the coast for one mile. Beyond that, there is a beachfront that continues for 64 kilometres south to Spurn National Nature Reserve, in the Humber Estuary. But back in Bridlington, the wide sandy beach is just what you need on a hot summer's day, cooled by the breeze coming from the North Sea. The sand is followed by a boardwalk, with sun loungers and beach chalets for rent, while for the little ones there is a land train and a children's pool. If you value peace and space, just walk south to leave the complex behind in a couple hundred metres.2. Go back in time by going to Old Town Bridlington
Bridlington is at its prettiest in the middle of the Middle Ages, along Main Street and restored Market Place about a mile from the coast. Main Street is an unexpected delight, weaving between tall Georgian houses with bay windows, home to craft shops, pubs, galleries and tea rooms. Georgian tea rooms are a sophisticated place for a moment of indulgence. The Market Place is also beautiful, framed by beautiful buildings like the Corn Exchange House from 1826. You can pick up a free brochure from the Tourist Information Centre, which will take you along the Old Town Trail to see the best bits.3. Walk through Bridlington Harbour
Bridlington Harbour, which is still a working fishing port, is a true slice of life in the North Sea, where you can watch the waves crash against the docks and the trawlers unload their daily catch of shellfish on the quay. Some are sold locally, but most goes to Spain, France and Italy. On Harbour Road, there is a continuous line of fish and chip shops, ice cream parlours, seafood restaurants and gift shops, as well as a stall selling fresh crabs from the North Sea. Come here for excursions to Bridlington Bay in the beloved Yorkshire Belle.4. Be enchanted and spend a lot of time at Burton Agnes Hall
This Elizabethan manor house has been in the Cunliffe-Lister family since it was completed in the early 17th century. The architect was Robert Smithson, Queen Elizabeth I's master builder, and Burton Agnes Hall is the only one of his houses that preserves the original plan. The interior is filled with valuable objects collected by the family for over 400 years, such as tapestries, French Impressionist paintings, and furniture, both historical and contemporary. The gardens feature a national collection of campanulas, a jungle garden, herbaceous borders and a walled garden with more than 4,000 species of plants.5. Take your family to Bridlington's Bird of Prey and Animal Park
This ever-growing animal attraction has birds and mostly domestic animals over 21 acres. Birds of prey from around the world are found in aviaries, including eight different species of owls, raptors such as kestrels, hawks, and vultures, ratids such as ostriches, emus, and rheas, and a variety of parrots. There are two flight shows each day, and an owl handling demonstration, while you can also sign up for a special animal experience to go face-to-face with a bird of prey or meerkat. Mammals include Shetland ponies, pigs, llamas, guinea pigs, donkeys, raccoons, and Bennett's wallabies.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Bridlington
Bridlington is one of the cheapest cities in the United Kingdom! An overnight stay here costs on average £88.16 per night.
According to our most recent historical data, the months that hurt your pocket the least in Bridlington are March, February, and January, with average prices of £74.3, £78.72 and £79.73, respectively.
When it comes to renting a holiday letting in Bridlington, the highest prices are found in the month of July (with an average of £99.35 per night), followed by October (£97.63), and June (£97.14).
It is recommended that you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Bridlington, as only 31% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.
The months when it's easiest to find available accommodation in Bridlington are May (the average amount of properties that are free reached 56.8% of the total in 2020), April (50.75%), and January (50.5%).
Holiday rentals in Bridlington reach their peak in demand in August, with an availability rate of 2.8%. The second most requested month is September, with 6.75%, and the third is July with 14%.
Holidu offers around 170 holiday rentals in Bridlington from 5 different partners, so you will find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We've got you covered!