Enjoy the variety offered by this resort.


The Villa Bridlington  opened as a Guest House in July 2007.  Ideally situated in a quiet, central part of Bridlington, The Villa  is perfectly placed for all that this seaside town has to offer. Being only a few minutes flat walk from the town centre, the new £25 million Leisure World opened Summer 2016, the harbour with its recently improved moorings, the award winning beaches and a variety of amusements, the The Villa  makes an ideal base from which to explore and enjoy these attractions.

Leisure World


Airmen Litton


Gannets at Bempton


Puffins at Bempton


Bridlington boasts 2 golf courses. A new state of the art Leisure Centre complete with gym, olympic size pool and swimming pool with waves and water slides. 


 The newly renovated Spa offers theatre and special events throughout the year.




Other attractions within the town include the cinema, live music, bowling alley and a variety of pubs and restaurants.


Bridlington forms part of a stunning coastline (maps can be provided for walkers and nature lovers). A short car journey away are other places of interest including:



·       Sewerby village and Sewerby Hall

·       Flamborough Head with its striking lighthouse

·       Bempton Cliffs with the RSPB nature reserve and seabird colony

·       Flamborough and Bempton are part of the area's Heritage Coast with fantastic cliff top walks and breathtaking views. The chalk tower near Flamborough Head. Built in 1674, is the oldest surviving complete lighthouse in England.

·       Burton Agnes Hall with snowdrop walks in the Spring or jazz festivals in July!!

·       Filey - a small seaside town with much character

·       Scarborough - a seaside town with much to offer including Olivers Mount motor racing course, an historic castle, sealife centre,  harbour, shops and cafes, and further along the coast at Whitby, the filming location of 'The Royal'.

·       Beverley - an historic town with its own racecourse

·       York - the historic city with museums, shops and more

  • Fraisthorpe Beach. A beautiful unspoilt stretch of the coastline with extensive pill boxes from WWII now given up to the sea. Popular for wind surfing and sail boards.


 Visit those special places at different times of the day and the year, see the landscape that have inspired many artists including our very own David Hockney recognised as perhaps our best contemporary artist, whose "The Bigger Picture" is attracting world wide attention. Slightly further a field are the North Yorkshire Moors with the old steam trains running on the railway line through 'Heartbeat' country.



For cycling enthusiasts Bridlington is at the end of the new Sustrans route "The Way Of The Roses" http://www.sustrans.org.uk/what-we-do/national-cycle-network/long-distance-rides/england/way-of-the-roses
Guests wishing to bring cycles have secure dry storage and I would be happy to suggest some local routes that take in all that this coastline and countryside has to offer and include some lovely coffee stops.....essential!! As a keen bike rider I have delved into local routes both off road and quiet lanes and would be happy to supply my own maps. For golfing enthusiasts, Bridlington boasts 2 golf courses
together with courses at nearby Flamborough, Filey, Driffield, Scarborough and Ganton. 

 The town of Bridlington is ideal for people using wheelchairs or mobility scooters. Everywhere is accessible. Mobility scooters can be hired by contacting local mobility outlets. A land train can take you to Sewerby Hall where you can have refreshments in the lovely cafe, the small zoo, beautiful gardens and museum. See a display of artefacts that belonged to Amy Johnson, Queen of the air and pioneer of aviation born in Hull.











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