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Breathe in the sea air at Bridlington

Bridlington is a coastal town at the western edge of Yorkshire. A minor fishing port, the town has gained a reputation over the years for its shellfish, and many small businesses in the town are involved in the seafood harvesting, retail, and service sectors. Today, the town's main trade is tourism, with many people across the UK visiting it in the summer.

Discover East Yorkshire

Though many aren't aware of it, your first trip to East Yorkshire will be the start of an incredible journey. The coastlines are full of wildlife, and the sandy beaches are dotted with coves. Its main city, Hull, was voted the UK's City of Culture in 2017, and those looking for something new can spend hours exploring its ancient Old Town and various cultural hubs, or potter around the quaint market town of Beverly for something a little quieter.

Sewerby Hall and Gardens

Sewerby Hall and Gardens is a Grade I listed manor just outside of Bridlington, constructed in the early 18th century by the affluent Greame family, with additions made through the Victorian Era. With 50 acres of award-winning gardens surrounding it, and weekly guided tours led by a volunteer group, Sewerby Hall makes a lovely, hassle-free day out for those visiting the area.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Bridlington? Travelodge Scarborough St Nicholas Hotel is a half-hour drive away, and Travelodge Hull Central Hotel can be reached in less than an hour.