Where to stay around Bridlington?

Our 2018 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 449 holiday lettings near Bridlington. From 331 cottages to 50 houses, find unique self catering accommodation for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends. The best place to stay near Bridlington is on HomeAway.

What are the most popular points of interest and landmarks to stay near when travelling to Bridlington?

HomeAway offers a large selection of holiday accommodations near great places in Bridlington. From HomeAway travellers, the most popular points of interest to stay near are:

  • Sewerby Hall: 790 holiday lettings
  • Bridlington Harbour: 809 holiday lettings
  • The Spa Bridlington: 809 holiday lettings
  • Bridlington Golf Club: 810 holiday lettings
  • Bridlington Priory: 817 holiday lettings

But there are many other points of interest around Bridlington listed on HomeAway where you can find your place to stay. Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available near the point of interest of your choice.

Can I rent cottages in Bridlington?

Yes, of course. HomeAway offers 331 cottages in Bridlington. Our other popular types of Bridlington holiday rentals include:

  • Houses: 50 self catering accommodations
  • Apartments: 30 self catering accommodations
  • Bungalows: 15 self catering accommodations

But you can also enjoy a great stay in one of our other holiday rentals including campervans and more.

Can I find a holiday accommodation with pool in Bridlington?

Yes, you can select your preferred holiday accommodation with pool among our 111 holiday homes with pool available in Bridlington. Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available.

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    Delight in traditional seaside charms with holiday cottages in Bridlington

    Bridlington is a small town on the East Yorkshire Coast. Often affectionately known as Brid, the town has become popular over the last few decades as a tourist destination, and many local businesses are now dedicated to the influx of visitors throughout the year. The town is characterised by its large sandy beach and has a marina where a small number of commercial fishing boats still operate to bring in the daily catch of the famed Bridlington shellfish. There are many activities in Bridlington and the surrounding areas which make it the ideal destination for holiday makers.

    HomeAway has a selection of holiday cottages in Bridlington available for long and short breaks. The diverse architecture in Bridlington gives visitors the opportunity to select from quaint cottages and modern designs, whilst all are well-equipped and welcoming. Kitchens feature modern appliances such as dishwashers and laundry facilities whilst wi-fi services are also on offer in some of the cottages. Children and dogs are welcomed in many, and gardens and parking are also in plentiful supply.

    Bridlington, with its seaside charms and old-world appearance is a favourite for many families, and sees them returning time and time again. However, away from Brid, there is a wealth of choice for families and larger groups alike. Holiday apartments in York are the ideal destination for discovering the unique architecture and warm welcome of the ancient walled city, whilst holiday cottages in the Peak District make a great base for a walking holiday among the delightful Country Park and the many unique villages it plays host to.

    Things to do

    Bridlington Beach: The North Beach, pier and promenade of Bridlington are truly striking and are a favourite among new and returning guests. Whilst the beach offers miles of golden sands, a lifeguard and restricted areas for dogs, the promenade has a collection of shops, cafes and fairground rides which make the entire experience one to be remembered. The beach is the recipient of a Quality Coast Award and is a favourite for families, fishermen and windsurfers.

    Bempton Cliffs: The RSPB reserve, which is just a short drive away from Bridlington holiday cottages, provides not only one of the finest viewing points along the Yorkshire Coastline but is also home to a huge variety of birds, including gannets, puffins, razorbills, guillemots, kittiwakes and fulmar. The reserve is open daily and has a guest and information centre.

    Bridlington Old Town: One of the often missed gems of Brid, the old town is a collection of well preserved Georgian buildings, quirky and traditional shops and warm welcomes. The Old Town has played host to a variety of festivals and re-enactments and has been featured on BBC’s Antique’s Roadshow.

    Flamborough: The 60 feet high cliffs which shape nearby Flamborough are among the most iconic in the area. Whilst they offer a clear view into the North Sea, including the rocks which have proven to be the downfall of many boats in the past, there are caves to be explored and nature to be enjoyed. The cliffs are also home to the famed Flamborough Lighthouse which has stood since 1806.

    Nearby: Although holiday cottages in Bridlington offer many charms within the town centre, they are also ideally situated to allow access to a host of nearby towns and cities, including Scarborough, Whitby, Filey, York and Leeds.

    Weather

    Bridlington enjoys a mild, yet changeable climate with July and August being the warmest months. During the summer, temperatures often rise to 19⁰C whilst January and February are the coldest months and experience low temperatures of 0.2⁰C. During any one month, up to ten days of rainfall might be expected and during the average year, 620mm of rain typically falls.

    Travel

    Travelling to holiday cottages in Bridlington is relatively simple and straightforward making it an ideal holiday hotspot. The main road into town from inland Yorkshire is the A614, whilst the A64 provides a direct route into town from nearby York. There is also a coastal road, the A171, which runs through Robin Hood’s Bay. The town has its own award winning railway station from which connections are frequent and there are numerous bus services and coach tours to and from the town centre.

    Activities and attractions in and around Bridlington

    Are you hoping to discover attractions to visit while you're in town? Although it can be tempting to stay in your comfortable holiday rental, you'll want to check out everything that makes Bridlington a fun spot to go on holiday. Here are some of the most popular attractions to explore, all within 30 miles (48.2 km) of the city centre:

    • Treasure Island Mini Golf (1.1 mi / 1.8 km)
    • Bondville Model Village (1.2 mi / 1.9 km)
    • Bridlington Golf Club (1.9 mi / 3 km)
    • Bridlington Bay Golf Course (1.9 mi / 3.1 km)
    • Bridlington Birds of Prey and Animal Park (3.2 mi / 5.1 km)
    • Living Seas Centre (3.2 mi / 5.1 km)

    Seasonal weather averages in Bridlington

    If warm-weather activities are high on your list, August, July, June and September are the hottest months to visit, when temperatures average 21°F.

    Exploring the beaches and other natural features in Bridlington

    Whether you're an active traveller or just want to take in the scenery, you'll be sure to find the perfect setting for your holiday in Bridlington. Here are a few of the area's most eye-catching natural features, all within 30 miles (48.2 km) of the city centre:

    • Sewerby Hall (1.5 mi / 2.4 km)
    • Bridlington Beach (1.7 mi / 2.7 km)
    • Bempton Cliffs (3.6 mi / 5.8 km)
    • Fraisthorpe Beach (3.8 mi / 6.1 km)
    • Flamborough Head (4.8 mi / 7.7 km)
    • Filey Beach (8.2 mi / 13.2 km)