SPECIAL OFFER £300 FOR SEVEN CONSECUTIVE NIGHTS MARCH TO MAY
*NOW WITH FREE, UNLIMITED WIFI *
A light and airy, PET AND SMOKE FREE cabin, recently modernised, with one double and one twin bedroom, a shower room, open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room and a south facing, fenced garden, with trees, seating, and parking close by. Electric heating (electricity included in price) so perfect for all times of the year!
Standard rate all year round, includes electricity.
Your cabin is well equipped and furnished for a comfortable base for your holiday. Please note bed linen and towels are not included in the price but pillows, duvets and freshly laundered mattress and pillow protectors are provided..
Ideally situated on the edge of the holiday village but less than five minutes walk to the park and ride for the bus or the Land train into town and the sandy beach, within walking distance of the centre of Bridlington or Fraisthorpe beach, popular with water sports enthusiasts.
Location also allows easy access to the neighbouring South Cliff caravan site and facilities, run by East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
Bridlington is a busy holiday resort with a variety of shops for all your holiday needs. There are many and varied cafés and restaurants to suit all tastes and pockets.
The Forum has a cinema, with a choice of films every week, and Bridlington Spa puts on a full programme of events and entertainment through out the year. The Spotlight theatre also has productions through out the year. Just up the road in Scarborough is Stephen Joseph Theatre showing Alan Ayckbourn masterpieces and award winning productions, through out the year, by visiting troupes as well as the resident Stephen Joseph Theatre Company. the theatre also shows a selection of films and streaming from various venues.
Locally there is Sewerby Hall with a full programme of events and a zoo, children's playground, gardens and cafe open nearly all year round.
The Old Town is well worth seeing, especially when the open gardens event is on in July and you won't believe the marvellous and unusual gardens to be seen behind the buildings. Also two festivals during the year, one in summer and the Dickensian Festival in November every year.
The Priory Church has awe inspiring features, a long and eventful history and still holds services, regularly. The Thompson mouse trail is entertaining for those not taken with the architectural features of the church!
Close to the Priory is the Baylegate museum, open Monday to Friday with fascinating exhibits and the history of the Lords Feoffes.
About five miles out of Bridlington, towards Driffield, you come to Burton Agnes and the hall and gardens. This is a beautifully kept private home, open to the public, with superb gardens and free entry to the Norman manor house, treadmill, church, courtyard gift shops and cafe with cake, especially, I can highly recommend.