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The top 5 parks and nature reserves in Bridlington

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Bridlington is often a popular holiday choice for those who love to spend time relaxing on the beach. What many people don’t realise is that Bridlington is an absolute haven for nature and wildlife enthusiasts. Below we share the top 5 parks and nature reserves that Bridlington holidays have to offer you.

1. RSPB Bempton Cliffs

This nature reserve in Bridlington is home to millions of birds during May to October. Nestled among the white chalk cliffs, you’ll be able to see puffins, garnets, and barn owls. However, it’s not just during the summer months that you can see stunning wildlife; in the winter months, you can see goldcrests and redwings. The reserve has walkways, offers guided tours, and there is also a cafe.

2. Sewerby Hall and Gardens

Sewerby Hall is set within 50 acres of parkland, where visitors can enjoy its many gardens and stately home. You also get picturesque views of the coast when standing in the grounds. There is the Clock Tower Cafe for you to enjoy, as well as woodland gardens, walled gardens and a beautiful rose garden.

3. Bridlington Birds of Prey & Animal Park

This bird of prey and animal park is set within 21 acres of land and includes both parkland and woodland. Here you can see birds of prey, owls, and parrots, donkeys, guinea pigs and a range of reptiles. Suitable for all ages, the park is accessible for all and has a gift shop and cafe.

4. Park Rose Village

This is a family-friendly park that allows both adults and children to enjoy the fresh air in a safe environment. There are animals for you to enjoy in the petting zoo, including lambs and meerkats. There is also a crazy golf course, picnic area, snack area and toilets.

5. Flamborough Outer Headland

Home to the Flamborough Lighthouse that dates back to 1669, here you can enjoy a refreshing walk along the headland. You can also watch the guillemots and kittiwakes. while enjoying a leisurely picnic lunch.

If you are busy planning your holiday to Bridlington, then please do browse our website to find out more about our Bridlington Holiday Cottages.

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