Bridlington is a seaside town in East Yorkshire.
Leave the M62 at Howden, then take the A614.
Trains run from Hull and Scarborough.
- The harbour and fishing port.
- The Old Town. About half a mile inland from the port area
- Sandy beaches.
- Small funfare and ammusement arcades by the North Beach.
- Boat trips from the harbour, including speedboat rides.
- John Bull Rock Factory tour 2 miles south of the town.
- There are several Fish and Chip shops near the harbour.
- Sandra's Guest House (small family run hotel on the south beach), 6 Summerfield Road. YO153LF (located off south marine drive, south shore), ☎ 01262 677791.
- Marina Guest House (small family run hotel on the south beach), 8 Summerfield Road. YO153LF (located off south marine drive, south shore), ☎ 01262 677138. Both of the above are family run Guest Houses situated in a quiet residential area with unrestricted road side parking 50 yards from the Award Winning South Beach, 250 yards to the Spa Complex and within easy walking distance to the Harbour and Town Centre. from £25 pppp.
- Flamborough Head The chalk clifs are a promentant landmark visible to the north of Bridlington. It is a 6 mile journey to visit the lighthouse at the end.
- Bempton Clifs The 100m high clifs, 6 miles north of Bridlington, are part of a a nature reserve, best known for its breeding seabirds.
- Scarborough, Filey (to the North), and Hornsea (to the South) are other towns worth visiting on this popular stretch of coast.