Hotels in Bridlington

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About Bridlington

About Bridlington

If the sea and pristine beaches are ingredients for your perfect holiday, consider Bridlington. Set in Yorkshire's Holderness area, the town is 28 miles from Hull and 34 miles from York. You can easily reach Bridlington by train on the Yorkshire Coast Line, and there are daily bus services from York, Hull, Beverley, Scarborough, and Driffield.

On holiday here, you'll surely want to check out ancient Bridlington Priory Church, established in 1113 AD. Gape at the Grade-I-listed building's Great Gale Memorial, beautifully painted east window, and Lamb of God tree sculpture, which was created in 2013 to celebrate the church’s 900th anniversary.

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What to see in Bridlington

Visit Bridlington Spa, an elaborate dance hall, conference area, and theatre. Though it received a significant makeover in 2016, the architectural gem will take you back in time. Its Royal Hall, which has a capacity of 3,800, has hosted international music greats, including the Rolling Stones, Oasis, Paul Weller, and Jessie J, while its royal red-and-gold Edwardian two-tier theatre seats 675.

Beach lovers will want to check out the Bridlington South Promenade, and kids will be enthralled by the rides and other activities in the children's corner near the Royal Spa Hall. Stay in a hotel by the Princess Mary Promenade ito be close to the area's child-friendly attractions. Bondville Model Village, set on an acre of land, boasts unique buildings, a train, and a functional harbour. The tearoom here serves sweet homemade cakes, and the kids will be kept entertained by hunting for the elusive fox in the village!

There's also the award-winning Bridlington Bird of Prey and Animal Park, where you can learn about the creatures' habitats and food habits and watch exciting flying displays – these birds of prey know how to put on a show! The park is also home to numerous other animals, including wallabies, raccoons, and meerkats.

Where to stay in Bridlington

Families travelling to Bridlington may want to book a hotel near the town centre on Wellington Road. They'll have the area's popular attractions – including the War Memorial and Treasure Island Amusements – within reach. Bridlington hotels near North Marine Drive would also be ideal, as you'd be close to the beach – there's nothing like a sunrise or sunset stroll on holiday. Bridlington Links Golf is also nearby, so you can look forward to an evening game at the floodlit 18-hole course.

Accommodation near Bridlington Railway Station places you close to Duke's Park, whereas hotels on Bridlington's seafront are popular choices among those seeking a relaxed beach holiday. Book online to find deals on ideally located beachside hotels, apartments, or hostels. Alternatively, you could stay in the centre of the town, near Bridlington Harbour, to have all of the main attractions nearby.

If you're travelling on a budget, consider looking for a cheap hotel in Bridlington near Horsforth Avenue. This area is close to the beach, and you can easily explore the Princess Mary Promenade and Bridlington Spa from here. By booking online through Opodo, you can find apartments, hotels, and hostels at the best prices.