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Holiday Letting Price Information in Bridlington
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the holiday lettings & cottages in Bridlington. £128 is the highest price average in the next twelve months. Conversely, the cheapest average prices are in a week of January (12/01 - 19/01).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Bridlington
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Bridlington. The week with the lowest percentage of available accommodations is in August (18/08 - 25/08). On the contrary, only 23% of the holiday homes are booked during a week in December (01/12 - 08/12).
The weather in Bridlington
You can see our climate diagram above. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 21°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 2°. January is the wettest month.
Bridlington Holiday Lettings: Enjoy the Seaside in North Yorkshire
Welcome to East Yorkshire’s charming coastal town of Bridlington. With its stunning cliff coastline, majestic historical buildings, and gorgeous beaches, Bridlington is the perfect destination for an English holiday. Here on the Holderness coast there are so many things to do and places to see, all situated next to the beautiful seaside.
Come to Bridlington and choose from a range of outstanding Bridlington holiday homes and cottages located throughout this lovely town. Visit Bridlington and explore this breathtaking place in your own time, while having a fantastic holiday letting in Bridlington to come back to at the end of every full day.
Journey into Bridlington
The town of Bridlington is served by the Humberside Airport, located near Hull. From the airport you have various options of travelling to Bridlington and your Bridlington holiday home. You can simply take the Humber flyer bus to Hull, and from there the Northern trains can be taken directly to Bridlington.
For heightened comfort and convenience you also have the option of taking a taxi or an airport coach. You can even rent a car from the airport, which is 75 kilometres to the south of Bridlington. Take the A180 and A15 motorways into Beverly, and from there take the A1035 and A165 motorways directly into Bridlington.
Bridlington and its cuisine
Have true Yorkshire experiences in Bridlington and indulge in the region’s fantastic cuisine. From the famed Yorkshire pudding to the seafood dishes of coastal Bridlington, the region’s traditional foods are a fantastic way to be a part of the town’s culture.
If you fancy something other than tradition, Bridlington has you covered, with restaurants serving international cuisines from Indian to Thai. Here you will always be satisfied by the town’s food culture. At the end of a fantastic time in the city’s restaurants and eateries, you can relax in your very own Bridlingen holiday home.
Bridlington and its sights
The township of Bridlington has a number of fascinating sights. Be immersed in the town’s history and experience some of its amazing castles, including the ancient Skipsea Castle, an 11th century Norman ruin located just south of Bridlington. Burton Agnes Hall is also a must-see in the Bridlington region, a beautiful Elizabethan manor house with lovely gardens and events going on throughout the year. Also, see the majestic Bridlington Priory, an immense church dating back to the 12th century, which is listed as a Grade 1 building. Another Grade 1 building near Bridlington is the beautiful Sewerby Hall, an impressive structure with gardens and a fantastic zoo.
Whether you want to spend a day on the beach or having fun with the family, Bridlington is the place to be. With its beautiful beaches and promenade, housing numerous cafés, restaurants and shops, as well as the fun-filled Kiddies' Corner, this town is the perfect place to enjoy a lovely stroll. If you enjoy nature, walk along the stunning Bempton Cliffs, which are part of a nature reserve, and play host to an incredible number of bird species. Just a few miles away is the Danes Dyke Nature Reserve, which spans woodland trails and a white chalk headland with dramatic cliffs plunging into the sea.
Whatever you may want to see in this lovely town, opt for a beautiful Bridlington holiday letting to make your stay easy and enjoyable.
Bridlington’s art and culture
Visit Bridlington and experience the town’s fantastic art and cultural scene. Enjoy a wonderful night out in a classy theatre, such as the famed Spa Theatre and Royal Hall, or a concert hall that hosts a range of productions, from operas to stand-up comedy. Also, visit the stylish Spotlight Theatre, an Edwardian building staging music, comedy, dance and more.
If you enjoy art, remember to visit Gallery 49, an art gallery located in Bridlington. This gallery hosts a range of amazing works from the historical to the modern.
After an exciting outing to one of Bridlington’s lovely artistic and cultural venues, you can enjoy cooking your own meals and unwinding with your family in the comfort of your own Bridlington holiday letting .
Bridlington and its nightlife
This peaceful seaside town truly wakes up when the sun sets. Check out the town’s many traditional pubs and eateries for a drink and some live music, or visit its bars and nightclubs for a thriving modern feel. Here in Bridlington the nightlife caters to a number of musical tastes, and there is always a place no matter kind of vibe you are interested in. If you are a person that enjoys what the city has to offer at night, book a holiday apartment or home from the range of Bridlington holiday lettings to be close to all the action.
Top sights in Bridlington
Bondville Model Village
Featuring over 200 buildings in miniature, working trains, and fishing boats, Bondville Model Village is a magical experience for visitors of all ages.
These massive chalk cliffs are home to an estimated 250,000 seabirds. Here, you can expect to see gannets, kittiwakes, and puffins.
Sewerby Hall and Gardens
Sewerby Hall has been restored to its Edwardian splendour. As well as marvelling at the house, visitors can explore the grounds and visit the site’s small zoo.
Built in 1806, Flamborough Lighthouse offers sea views for miles around. It’s now open to the public. Are you brave enough to climb to the top of the tower?
Bridlington Priory Church
Founded in 1113, Bridlington Priory is one of the oldest buildings in town. Don't miss the spectacular stained glass of the West Window, and the Lamb of God tree sculpture.
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