Coach Holidays to Bridlington
Bridlington is a place where great memories are made. This traditional town on the East Yorkshire coast is blessed with miles of award winning beaches and mossy cliffs full of natural wonder. It is a town full of history and excitement. Come rain or shine, this town is the perfect place for the young and the young at heart. Which is why it is a popular destination for holiday makers who thoroughly enjoy coach holidays to Bridlington.
Things To Do In Bridlington
Packed with attractive antique shops and restaurants, the Old Town was the setting for the 2016’s Dad’s Army film. With a delightful mix of brick and stone buildings, colourful shop fronts, popular cafes and individual shops the town offers a relaxing environment for shopping or strolling. The town’s new leisure centre opened in 2016 and provides an array of modern facilities. Entertainments and art galleries are housed in the refurbished Spa centre on the seafront. A network of land-trains transport guests around the town, along the front, and as far afield as Sewerby Hall and Gardens, a delightful stately home owned and managed by East Riding Council.
Sail out of the 900 year harbour on a pirate ship and enjoy the chop of the sea. Or, hop on board Bridlington’s famous Pleasure Cruiser, The Yorkshire Belle and sail around the beautiful coast to gaze at Bridlington’s majestic backdrop. Learn more about Bridlington’s 900 year harbour and take a step back in time at the Harbour Heritage Museum.
The popular town is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts, with glorious sandy beaches where you can go and fly a kite, and plenty of green top space on the cliff tops where you can have a picnic with a glorious view. Cast your nets at the rock pool and discover the crabs, fossils and starfish. Afterwards, take a stroll to the amusements where you can play 10 pin bowling, crazy golf, play on the latest arcade games or test your luck with a game a bingo. For those who like to wind down, grab some popcorn and watch a movie at the cinema. For unforgettable day trips and overnight stays – Bridlington is the place.
Beverley & Burton Agnes Hall
We visit Burton Agnes Hall an Elizabethan manor House filled with treasures collected over the centuries. The extensive gardens include walled areas with intricate planting, sweeping lawns and a woodland walk. Later we head south to historic Beverley which is home to an impressive 13th century Minster. Meander the quaint cobbled streets and take in the architecture of the beautiful city.
North York Moors Railway & Whitby
We enjoy a scenic journey by train from Pickering to Goathland. Our heritage train takes us through the dramatic North York Moors National Park. Goathland Station was made famous by the first Harry Potter film. Whitby, on the banks of the River Esk, is dominated by the remains of a 13th century Benedictine abbey. Atop the West Cliff is a monument to Whitby’s whaling past – two giant tusks frame the view. Captain Cook lived here in 1746 and there is an interesting museum explaining his adventures (entry fee applies).
Scarborough is arguably the oldest seaside resort in Britain, predating Brighton. The town’s two bays are divided by a dramatic headland with its medieval castle. Scarborough also retains a busy fishing harbour. The busy harbour is haven to a welter of fishing vessels and there are the usual seaside pursuits a-plenty on the adjacent South bay promenade which leads to the Spa. The steep hill sides are beautifully landscaped and there are many attractive parks and gardens. The resort is noted for its theatres and there is an art gallery too.
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