Discover Wildlife Galore on the East Yorkshire Coast
At the northerly tip of the Yorkshire Nature Triangle, Bridlington is a mecca for the wildlife lover. Just to the north, the RSPB reserve at Bempton Cliffs, with its wheeling colonies of seabirds, including puffins, guillemots, razorbills and the largest and most accessible mainland nesting colony of gannets; and to the south, Hornsea Mere, home to large numbers of wildfowl, and Spurn Point, a haven for autumn migrants, including many rare species. Danes Dyke beach is also a good start point for a coastal walk taking in many birding and rock-pooling opportunities.
Plan your visit
Visit Sewerby Hall and Gardens
Sewerby Hall is set in a dramatic cliff top position with 50 acres of stunning early 19th Century parkland. You can admire the deep rooted heritage of the house, take a leisurley stroll through the gardens and enjoy the spectacular views over Bridlington Bay.
Recently restored, the house interiors have been taken back to how they looked in 1910 and also houses pieces of furniture from the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Take a walk on the Coast
Walking and hiking on the Yorkshire Coast is one of the most enjoyable and rewarding ways to explore this beautiful part of the world.
Spectacular scenery, outstanding areas of natural beauty and breathtaking views are hard to avoid for walkers and hikers to the Yorkshire Coast thanks to the rolling green hills of the countryside, the dramatic coastline.
Whether you are a fan of long distance walking or in search of somewhere to go for a nice, leisurely stroll, you will be spoilt for choice on the coast - regardless of age, fitness or experience.