Bridlington is a seaside resort on the North Sea coast in Yorkshire, England. Settlement in the town dates back to the Bronze Age. The manmade dyke, called Dane's Dyke, is believed to date back to this time as well. In 1072, William the Conqueror made and appearance in this town and captured the mayor.
The views over Flamborough Head are dramatic and this area has excellent trails for hiking and biking. The beaches of Bridlington are fabulous places to enjoy the summer sun. They are not crowded, mainly because they are so large, and are spotlessly clean. Dogs are not permitted from the central section of the beach during the summer months.
is a grand mansion set in formal gardens and a small zoo. It is a must see for all visitors to Bridlington. Llamas and horses wander around freely and there is a play area for children. With a cricket pitch on the property you can watch a game or engage in the fun.
There are a variety of shops in the center of the town where you can purchase souvenirs and traditional crafts. Restaurants and pubs abound making it very easy to have a meal or a cool drink. Walk the streets of the historic Old Town to see buildings reminiscent of a bygone time. The waterfront is always bustling with activity and you can charter a boat to take you sightseeing along the coast. Charming bed and breakfasts offer very cozy accommodation, but there are also hotels in the area, as well as self-catering units and campgrounds.