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Windmill Guest House - 23 Marshall Avenue, Bridlington YO15 2DT - For Enquiries Tel: 01262 321034 or email windmillbb@gmail.com
With its beautiful beaches and award winning promenades and gardens, Bridlington has an irresistible appeal for people of all ages.

Situated on the East coast of Yorkshire, Bridlington lies north of the Hull and the River Humber just south of Flamborough Head. Further north of Bridlington lies the seaside resorts of Filey, Scarborough and Whitby.

Bridlington Quay, which is home to the tourist area of the town and harbour, has excellent beaches, fishing facilities, shops, fair ground rides, amusement halls, restaurants and bars.

In Bridlington, you can never be stuck with nothing to do no matter what the weather. You can visit Park Rose Pottery, Cruckley Animal Farm, Bridlington Heritage Museum, Sailing from the beach south of Bridlington, Burton Agnes Hall or perhaps Bondville Miniature Village. If you are looking for a family day out, Bridlington's Leisure World, John Bull World of Rock and the Beside The Seaside Museum would make a perfect day out for all.

After a busy day of sight seeing, browsing the shops or even enjoying Bridlington's beach, there is a wide range of restaurants, pubs and clubs to help finish your day with a relaxing drink or even to keep you occupied until the early hours of the following day!
Places to see, things to do in Bridlington...

Enjoy 4 Coastal Golf Courses with a Golf Coast Passport
Bridlington & the surrounding coast line proudly boasts four of Yorkshire’s finest Golf Courses all located within a short distance of each other. All courses have stunning coastline views and offer Golfers of all abilities an excellent test on four very different and contrasting courses.

The four Clubs have come together to create a new and innovative golf pass which enables both individual and group visitors to Bridlington and the East Yorkshire area the opportunity to play all four fantastic courses and at the same time enjoying incredible savings of up to half the normal Green Fees.

Book your Golf Coast Passport for your next visit to Bridlington

Be Entertained At The Bridlington Spa Complex
The Spa Complex was constructed in 1896 by Whitaker Brothers of Horsforth, Leeds for Victorian Britain to enjoy the 5 acres including flower gardens, a theatre, concert hall, bandstand and refreshment rooms.

Today, from drama, comedy and concerts to sport, exhibitions, dancing and more, there's something for everyone to enjoy at The Spa.

The Spa is also available to hire for any event. Whether it's a meeting, conference, exhibition, training, wedding or private function you can take advantage of state-of-the-art facilities, bespoke hospitality and our event management service, all at competitive prices.

See more information on upcoming events at The Bridlington Spa and book tickets

Bridlington Forum Leisure Complex 
The Bridlington Forum is one of the East Coast's largest and most varied entertainment centres under one roof. Multi-screen cinema, Bar Utopia and Carvery, Ten-pin Bowling, Prize Bingo and an extensive amusement arcade with all the latest games and video's.

The Forum. 21-26 The Esplanade, Bridlington, East Yorkshire YO15 2PB Tel: 01262 676767

Boynton is a village in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. It is situated approximately 3 miles west of the town of Bridlington. The village of Boynton and surrounding estates were bought by William Strickland in the 1530s.

Sewerby Hall was built by John Greame between 1714 and 1720 at Sewerby to the north of Bridlington. His successors added to the house and Sewerby Hall now has fine period rooms of the Georgian, Regency and Victorian eras, including a magnificent 19th century conservatory known as the Orangery.

Burton Agnes
Burton Agnes is a village close to Bridlington and Driffield in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. Places of interest include an Elizabethan Manor House, Burton Agnes Hall and a Norman Manor House, Burton Agnes Manor House.

Bridlington Priory
Foundation Bridlington Priory was founded around 1113 by Walter de Gant, for Augustinian Canons Regular, one of the earliest Augustinian houses in England, with an adjoining convent. Its foundation was confirmed in charters by King Henry I of England.

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