Bridlington & the surrounding coast line proudly boasts four of Yorkshire’s finest Golf Courses all located within a short distance of each other. All courses have stunning coastline views and offer Golfers of all abilities an excellent test on four very different and contrasting courses.
The four Clubs have come together to create a new and innovative golf pass which enables both individual and group visitors to Bridlington and the East Yorkshire area the opportunity to play all four fantastic courses and at the same time enjoying incredible savings of up to half the normal Green Fees.
Superb Sea Fishing in Bridlington
Why not try your hand at sea fishing on one of the many 40 foot vessels, most offer bait and rods free of charge, the very best sea fishing on the east coast.
See the spectacular coastline and Bempton Bird Sanctuary from the decks of the Yorkshire Belle, Bridlington’s famous pleasure cruiser.
Enjoy the comical antics of puffins in spring and early summer from the viewing points on the cliffs. Watch the adults returning from fishing forays at sea with sandeels hanging from their colourful beaks.
The Hall was built by John Greame between 1714 and 1720. His successors added to the house and Sewerby Hall now has fine period rooms of the Georgian, Regency and Victorian eras, including a magnificent 19th century conservatory known as the Orangery.
Sewerby Hall is also the Museum of East Yorkshire and features an East Yorkshire photography gallery, a display of regional history and the Yorkshire Showcase Gallery which has a varied exhibition programme of regional contemporary arts and crafts.