Bridlington: Small Town, Big Attractions

Bridlington SunriseBridlington is one of the wonderful coastal towns in Yorkshire. It attracts many tourists because of its coastal beauty, especially during the summer season. Apart from its coastal beauty, the town’s fame is also due to its historical attractions. The sea plus a riddle of history?

This amounts to an unforgettable trip that you can savour by staying in a holiday cottage. Don’t know where to go? asks why not visit the town’s top attractions?

RSPB Bempton Cliffs

You should not miss this attraction, especially if you are a lover of nature and wildlife. More than 200,000 seabirds flock and build their nest on these cliffs and their gracious flight and chirping sound will awe you. To see puffins, razorbills, gannets and kittiwakes, the RSPB Bempton Cliffs is one of their many homes.

Old Penny Memories

Who says that museums are only for fallen and unsung heroes? Old Penny Memories is a unique museum families would love, especially the kids, because it is a museum for arcades and amusement machines. Learn how your favourite arcade game evolved throughout time.

Fraisthorpe Beach

One of the best sandy beaches located south of Bridlington – if you’re up for a swim or just want to go fishing, Fraisthorpe Beach would quench your thirst for the sea. Would it not be nice to hold a little barbecue and kebab dining at the beach? Undoubtedly, your summer would never be complete without experiencing beach fun.

For you to enjoy your trip in Bridlington, look for a holiday cottage that is to your liking and one that provides all your basic accommodation needs. It does not have to be that grand or luxurious. As long as you find a way to escape your typical stressful day, it would be more than perfect to have a simple accommodation.

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Jillian Mccluney is a hotel manager in Las Vegas. She has also travelled across Europe and South America.