Bridlington Travel Guide

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Bridlington Overview

Bridlington, a famous seaside resort, is known for its beautiful beaches, promenades and gardens. Located on the East coast of Yorkshire, it lies north of the Hull and the River Humber, just south of Flamborough Head. Further north of Bridlington are the seaside areas of Scarborough, Whitby and Filey.

It offers a host of activities for persons of all ages. Bridlington town has a huge shopping complex and two 18-hole golf courses. Pony rides for children are located on the beach during good weather. There is a seafront road-train that takes visitors to all the traditional locations, such as amusement arcades and fun fairs. There is a forum complex to visit in the case of rainy weather. Popular attractions include Park Rose Pottery, Cruckley Animal Farm, Bridlington's Leisure world and Bridlington Heritage Museum.

The nearest train station is Bridlington Railway station. It is location on the Yorkshire Coast Line and is operated by Northern Rail. The Station Buffet at Bridlington is one of only 3 original buffets left in the UK. During summer, the station is often decorated with gorgeous flower displays, courtesy of the owner of the Station Buffet.

There is a half hourly service from the Bridlington station to Hull on weekdays, with alternate departures continuing on to Doncaster and Sheffield. There are also nine departures a day to Scarborough, the frequency varying between every ninety minutes and every two hours. Sundays see an hourly train service to Hull & Sheffield, faliing to every two to three hours in the winter months. Sunday services to Scarborough railway station only run between May and September, on a two hourly frequency. Be sure to visit the famous John Bull's Rock Factory nearby, supplier of seaside rock to all the Yorkshire coast resorts.

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