About Bridlington YC
Bridlington YC is abundant with nature reserves, packed with wildlife and is an area that rewards with historical charm and natural beauty. You can create experiences that are as energetic as you feel. So why not combine thrill-seeking moments with more peaceful walks to observe nature in its natural habitat.
Plan well to maximise what you want to see as you quickly lose days by exploring areas like Flamborough and Bempton.
Here are our six iconic Bridlington YC moments we don't think you should miss:
You can't say you have done Bridlington YC without taking a boat trip from Bridlington Harbour, out past Flamborough, to one of the country's top wildlife spectacles at RSPB Bempton Cliffs. You will see wildlife from the lovable Puffins to the Cliffs flanked by Gannets and other nesting seabirds at different times of the year. Combine the visit with a coastal walk to Flamborough; we'd highly recommend refuelling at great places like The Seabirds, Headlands Cafe and staying the night at North Star Hotel.
No Bridlington YC experience is complete for TV and history lovers without a visit to Bridlington's historic Old Town. With annual vintage events, Georgian buildings and Priory, it is easy to see why it has been used for film, including the latest release of Dad's Army. Real Ale lovers can also pick up the Ale Trail here to add that extra flavour to a great walk.
A quick round of Golf with a walk-through Danes Dyke is a must on Bridlington YC. The beach at the bottom of Danes Dyke is backed by cliffs. Here, the pebbles disperse and open up to sand, and this is a great place to visit at low tide when the rock pools are exposed.
Book a show and experience world-class performances at the seafront Bridlington Spa. From Motown to Pantos, an impressive array of talent comes to Bridlington, and the great thing is that you can keep the night going by heading into the town. Grab a tipple at a great selection of bars and pubs like The Lodge, which has impressive seafront views above the dazzling lights of the amusements.
Get exploring and head on out to explore the Wolds. The area is abundant with quaint villages, rolling fields and a great place to explore on foot or bike. If you start in Bridlington, head on out past Eastfield Garden Centre to stock up on supplies. A landmark just off Bridlington YC is the Memorial to 158 Squadron, a stark reminder of WW history and its impact on the area.
Get up and close with a zoo experience at Sewerby Hall and head over to the Penguin enclosure, where you can even book a unique experience. But, of course, this is just a tiny part of what's on offer at Sewerby Hall, so if you prefer history, check in to The House or wander through the gardens.
There are plenty of things to do in Bridlington YC -- what will you add to your itinerary?
Travelling throughout Bridlington YC
Motorhomes and Tourers: If you are travelling through the Wolds, take care of the narrow country roads and look for the stopping places to allow cars and farm machinery to pass.
Book your activities in advance to maximise your time away, especially if you are looking for a personalised wildlife experience.
Explore more on foot, or you'll miss the beauty! So, park up the car and explore on bike or foot, but save the bus timetable to get you back to your base.