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Three great day trips from Bridlington

Bridlington is a beautiful destination for a seaside holiday, but we all like a bit of variety, and taking a day trip or two on your visit to Bridlington is a great way to make the most of your getaway. Check out three seaside towns you can visit from Bridlington below: Whitby Just over an hour north of Bridlington you’ll find Whitby, one of the east coast’s most dramatic seaside towns. Featuring steep cliffs and a ruined abbey on the hill, it’s nothing if not breathtaking. Home of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, you’ll find more than a handful of spooky themed attractions here, as well as lots of charming seaside tearooms and some of the best crabbing spots in the UK – if that’s what floats your boat. Scarborough The much larger town of Scarborough has a very traditional front, resplendent with old-fashioned villas in pastel tones and some newer beach huts, which have been painted all sorts of gaudy colours. Like Whitby, it has its share of tearooms, but you’ll also find the gorgeous Peasholme […]

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Top photography spots in Bridlington

Bridlington holidays offer so much to anyone of any age or interest, but if you’re interested in photography, this location boasts a wealth of picturesque scenes, just waiting to be snapped. Bridlington Harbour No stay at Bridlington Holiday Cottages would be complete without a trip to the nearby harbour, but if you’re a keen photographer, this is a gem of a place for securing some fantastic images. From the colourful yachts and fishing boats, to the reflections on the water and the evening sunsets, you’ll be snapping away at every turn. Bridlington old town Often by-passed by many tourists, the old town in Bridlington is home to antiques shops, galleries and restaurants, and sets the scene for festivals and various events. It’s a great place to bring your camera and capture the atmosphere of this part of town. Bempton Village Just 5 miles from Bridlington, Bempton, renowned for its cliffs and RSPB reserve, is a must-visit location for anyone interested in wildlife photography. With thousands of birds breeding at this site, you could capture a […]

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Bondville Model Village – one of Bridlington’s hidden gems

If you are lucky enough to stay at one of the idyllic holiday cottages in Bridlington this summer, you might not even know about another village within walking distance. Bondville Model Village can draw model enthusiasts from up and down the UK, but if models aren’t usually your thing, you might not even know about this hidden gem. Situated on the outskirts of Bridlington is Sewerby, home to Bondville Model Village. This almost surreal collection of 200 beautifully designed buildings – including a castle and harbour – is literally a town within a town! Of course, it goes without saying that Bondville Model Village is a big hit with kids and adults alike who find themselves immersed in the idyllic landscape and marvelling at the intricacy of the models. A snapshot of village life Take a look down at Bondville Model Village and you will see amazingly lifelike features, including villagers themselves going about their business. The train is in full working order, and fishing boats are moored in the harbour. It is a unique […]

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Summer days out with the kids – top things to do in Bridlington

Keeping children occupied can be a difficult task at the best of times, so to help you out, we’ve listed the top things to do with the kids in Bridlington! 1. Pot a Doodle Doo Get creative with the whole family by painting your very own ceramic item. You can choose from mugs to monkeys, from princesses to plates, so there’s something to suit every personality. You can create keepsakes, presents or even start a family heirloom. Easy fun for everyone. 2. Treasure Island Mini Golf This is a top treat for curious and brave children of all ages, including yourself! Complete with an atmospheric decor and numerous nautical features, it’s a brilliant escape for all the family. The children will find it super fun. See if the older children are up to the challenge of spotting the pirate who looks very similar to Captain Jack Sparrow! 3. Bridlington Bird of Prey and Animal Park This family attraction is located in the wonderful woodland. The wide-open space makes it the perfect spot to learn and […]

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Bridlington is the perfect love bubble for a romantic getaway

When it comes to enchanting surroundings and scenery with a rustic charm, Bridlington holidays offer something truly unique. If you’re looking for a calm and tranquil romantic getaway, with the delightful option of going for walks on the beach, eating in traditional restaurants and even engaging in a spot of fishing, this is the place for you. A setting for all kinds of personalities The great thing about Bridlington is that it excludes nobody and boasts something for everyone. Whether it’s a family holiday with the kids or a break with friends, you’ll be able to recharge the batteries and enjoy yourself immensely all at once. This is an exceptionally relaxed part of the world that works wonders in removing the stress you may have built up from the pressures of everyday life. The ideal place for a blossoming relationship This oasis of charm by the seaside also provides the perfect setting for a romantic getaway. The days of people feeling the need to leave the UK to holiday near the beach is becoming a […]

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Bridlington – the ideal family holiday destination

When you’re holidaying with children in tow, choosing a destination that pleases youngsters will be high on the agenda. Even if the sun doesn’t always shine, having plenty of non-weather dependent activities close to hand ensures boredom never strikes. For a destination that fulfils these criteria, Bridlington holidays are hard to beat. Despite the cosy and inviting feel of our holiday cottages in Bridlington, getting out to explore is a must. Children will be eager to visit Bridlington Beach, regarded as one of the UK’s best spots to build sandcastles. Bridlington South Promenade is also a firm favourite with families, with plenty of facilities and attractions geared towards all ages. North Marine Crazy Golf is suitable for all ages and will provide ample fun. If the weather isn’t up to much, there is also an indoor Treasure Island Mini Golf attraction, with its own haunted pirate ship! Just a couple of miles out of Bridlington, Bondville Model Village will prove a big hit with the young and old alike. Featuring more than 200 miniature buildings, […]

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Holiday cottage vs hotel stay in Bridlington

Now you know that a holiday to Bridlington is a perfect choice, deciding where to stay can be a difficult decision. With so many accommodation choices available, there is such a thing as too much choice! We think the best place to stay on your getaway is a holiday cottage, and here are our top reasons why. Be the master of your own schedule Sometimes we can plan a holiday to the best of our ability, but not everything works out perfectly. Staying in a hotel can restrict you in certain ways, set breakfast and dinner times, check-in and check-out times, or even making yourself scarce when the maid turns up. However, with a holiday cottage, you have the flexibility to plan your day around you! Eat your own food If you are taking the children with you on your holiday, it’s difficult to find a restaurant that will satisfy all of their cravings, keep them entertained and it can be expensive catering for lunch, dinner and snacks. With a holiday cottage, you have your […]

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Why Bridlington is perfect to visit this summer

There’s nothing quite like a classic getaway to the British beach during summer, and with temperatures expected to hit 30 degrees this June, there’s no need to escape abroad to catch a tan. There are plenty of seaside attractions throughout Britain, but we think a Bridlington holiday is the perfect choice for a getaway. Here is your guide to the top events happening in Bridlington this summer. Bridlington’s Old Town 1940s’ Summer Festival This classic 1940s-themed festival was the location of the 2016 film “Dad’s Army” and this year takes place on Sunday 11th June. It stretches from the 900-year-old Priory Church & Priory Green, up the ancient High Street, following through to Westgate and the Market Place. Filled with free classic entertainment including performances from Miss Lola Lamour and Miss Marina Mae, you will be entertained the whole day through! Don’t worry about going hungry, there is an amazing selection of traditional home-made and specialist foods guaranteed to cater for every taste. Tidal Wave Beach Festival This is a new music festival that’s taking […]

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How to make the most of your holiday in Bridlington

This summer many people will set their sights on a trip to Bridlington. The getaway will start off on the perfect note when you arrive at your idyllic holiday cottage – but where do you go from there? With this question in mind, here are just a few top tips to help you get the most out of your jaunt to Bridlington. Ditch the electronics Bridlington is an ideal location to get away from it all. While your accommodation will have a television to use, you should make an effort to ditch all your other electronics. Resist the urge to check the emails on your phone or flick through social media on your tablet. This way you’ll truly be able to forget about the pressures of the real world while immersing yourself in all that’s on offer in Bridlington. Make an itinerary Bridlington and the surrounding area have so much that you can sink your teeth into, so you’ll need some sort of itinerary to get the most of it. A good starting guide would […]

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3 stately homes to visit near Bridlington

A stately home offers a great day out for the whole family. Whether your interests lay in the history of the house itself, the beauty of the gardens or the simplicity and joy of a day spent outdoors with the whole family, you’ll find it all at a stately home. But did you know there are three stately homes within a half hour drive of Bridlington Holiday Cottages? Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens Burton Agnes Hall is just a straightforward ten-minute drive from our holiday cottages and offers inspiring, award-winning gardens and magnificent Elizabethan architecture. The Elizabethan walled garden contains a huge array of plants, from fruits and vegetables to those more commonly seen in the jungle. There’s even a maze and giant board games to keep the children busy. Events are run throughout the year, so no matter when you visit there is certain to be something happening. Sledmere House Of the three stately homes, Sledmere House is the furthest from Bridlington Holiday Cottages, but it’s still less than half an hour’s drive. It […]

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