Our luxury self-catering holiday cottages are located on the northern edge of Bridlington on the East Yorkshire coast, within easy reach of Scarborough and York.
No matter which of our twelve award-winning holiday cottages you choose, each makes an ideal choice for a perfect self-catering cottage holiday in Yorkshire. We're blessed by being in a lovely rural location, very close to the sea, and only a stone's throw from the spectacular scenery of Flamborough Head’s cliffs and caves, plus Bridlington's safe, sandy beaches. North Bay is a popular family choice near to all the amenities, whilst South Bay offers miles of golden sands. The Bridlington Spa Complex and Bridlington Harbour are neatly sandwiched between the two.
Our farm location gives you the freedom to take country walks from your door, opening up super sea views over Bridlington Bay and great wildlife and bird-watching opportunities. Wander along the road to Bempton RSPB Bird Reserve, famous for puffins and gannets - it will amaze you and it’s on our doorstep!
We’re situated close to The East Yorkshire Wolds, The North Yorkshire Moors, Scarborough, Whitby, York, The Wolds Way and, of course, our own part of the Yorkshire coast around Bridlington, Bempton Cliffs and Flamborough Head. Take a journey on the North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway, explore the Wolds Way, or potter around the brilliant Museum Quarter and The Deep in Hull.
Holiday with us and appreciate nature close at hand. There is an abundance of wildlife in our fields - a rich habitat for hare, deer, skylarks, owls, partridge and wildflowers. Our two wildlife ponds are populated with frogs, newts, dragonflies, fish and water-lilies. We have several farm walks for you to follow. It's possible to cover about five miles without leaving the farm or retracing your steps!
In winter, if you are lucky, you will see seals close to the shores. Whales are regularly spotted a little further north near Whitby in the late summer.
Yorkshire Coast Gallery
Planning Your Visit
Staying at one of our self-catering holiday cottages on the East Yorkshire Coast allows you to discover a relatively unknown part of this beautiful county.We offer a brilliant base from which to explore the nearby East and North Yorkshire coastline, The Yorkshire Wolds, The North Yorkshire Moors, York, Whitby, Scarborough, The Wolds Way and, of course, our local spectacular Heritage Coast around Bridlington, Bempton and Flamborough Head. We are open all year and offer short breaks and weekly stays.
Bridlington The historic Old Town and Bridlington’s north and south beaches are all within three miles of our properties. For families Bridlington offers miles of safe, sandy, prestigious Blue Flag beaches plus the new East Yorkshire Leisure Centre with both fun and swimming pools, fitness suites, a climbing wall and a lovely cafe with expansive sea views. In the centre of the town you'll discover an attractive fishing harbour as well as restaurants, entertainments, two theatres, cafes, tea-rooms, pubs, cinemas and bowling. The Old Town has antique shops, art galleries, The Bayle Gate Museum and Priory Church an independent family butcher and artisan baker. We are closer still to a small indoor swimming pool, just a five-minute walk away.
Filey, Scarborough, Beverley, Whitby, York Filey is 15 minutes away by car, Scarborough and Beverley 30 minutes, Whitby and York 50 minutes respectively. All are well worth a visit, especially historic York, its walls and Minster.
Walking, Cycling, Electric Vehicle Charging Excellent local walking and cycling can be enjoyed from your doorstep and into The Yorkshire Wolds. We provide local maps in each cottage and secure cycle storage. Both sites have EV charging facilities for cars. A stroll of only one mile will take you to our local eatery / pub, as well as a farm shop offering pick-your-own-fruit.
Theatre The Hull New Theatre, Hull Truck Theatre and Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough are three of the best local theatres. Bridlington Spa and The Spotlight Theatre in Bridlington are both excellent
Golf There are some excellent local golf courses. Flamborough, The LInks and Bridlington Belvedere are all within three miles and offer a golfing passport.
Top 5 Yorkshire Coast Attractions
One mile from the cottages, Sewerby Hall features formal and informal gardens, a beautiful Hall with furniture on loan from the Victoria and Albert Museum, a 12 hole mini golf course, putting, a children's zoo, a land train and a cafe. Sewerby village offers a pub,and model village.
RSPB Bempton Cliffs
Only two miles from the cottages, this is one of the most visited RSPB sites in the country. Various events are held during the year. Also, YWT Flamborough Living Seas Centre. Danes Dyke is a defensive Iron Age earthwork that cuts across the headland from north to south.
Just three miles from the cottages, Flamborough Head offers a Heritage Coast, North Landing and South Landing, Thornwick Bay, a sculpture trail, cliff walks, nature trails, sandy coves, rock pools, boat trips, the lighthouse and the lifeboat station. Good pub meals are available using fresh fish caught locally.
Burton Agnes Hall
Delightful Elizabethan Manor House with beautiful walled garden, children’s playground, woodland walks, extensive grounds, courtyard café and an astounding collection of artwork and furnishings. An absolute gem.
Our nearest seaside town, Bridlington offers a real mix of interest and entertainment. The busy working harbour adds colour to the town centre, The Spa is a great venue for shows and exhibitions, East Riding Leisure with its pools , climbing wall and café is really popular and the magnificent beaches stretch for miles.