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County - East Yorkshire | Map
Tel code: 01262 | code search
Postcode: YO15 | code search
Population: 2100
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Pebble Cottage
"Had a short break at pebble cottage In April 2017, this was our first time & it certainly won't be our last, this little cottage is beautiful it is very ..." More

Royal Dog & Duck
"Visited on way home and have to say what an awful experience it was. The barman was unfriendly, think he was the landlord, the food was cold, small portions and ..." More

Seabirds Inn
"The food at The Seabirds, Flamborough, is really excellent, as is the welcome on arrival and the attention whilst in the restaurant. It is a 'MUST VISIT' eatery when in East ..." More

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With the highest cliffs on the East Coast, Flamborough, just a couple of miles up the coast from Bridlington, stands apart from and above the neighbouring countryside. The village, with 2,121 inhabitants as at the 2001 census, is a very popular holiday destination with amenities to match. The whitewashed stone cottages and ancient church of St Oswald’s lend great charm to the village. St Oswald’s was founded in Norman times, though much work was done on it three centuries later. A quick trip inside is definitely merited to see the decidedly odd memorial to one Tudor knight Marmaduke Constable, in which a toad is swallowing his heart. To the west of the village there is Danes’ Dyke, an earthwork dug in the Iron Age that would have made the extensive peninsula of Flamborough Head a real fortress in those far off days. A hike along the shore or the back lane from Flamborough takes you to Bempton Cliffs Nature Reserve, a nationally important breeding site for the seabirds that whirl above the beaches all around the headland. To reach Bempton you pass over the dyke, part of which has been turned into a nature trail. But a visit to Flamborough is surely to enjoy the sea and the shore and everything to be found there. Fishing trips are run from the place; there are caves and coves aplenty, giving credence to local tales of smuggling; the chalky cliffs provide a dramatic backdrop to beach-play; and above everything the lighthouse looms atop Flamborough Head.

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Thornwick & Sea Farm Holiday Centre

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Caravel Bar
North Star Hotel
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Royal Dog & Duck
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Flamborough C Of E Primary School

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Cameron Court Hotel (0.31 miles)

Cameron Court Hotel
Cameron Court Hotel is a small family run no-smoking hotel offering Luxury Bed & Breakfast Accommodation with 8 double/twin en-suite rooms all with views over fields.
All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities and T.V's
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North Star Hotel (0.95 miles)

North Star Hotel

Located on the beautiful & dramatic cliffs of East Yorkshire, the North Star Hotel is not only a starting point to explore the Yorkshire Wolds, but also an ideal base for a ... More | visit website

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Cherry Tree Cottage (1.92 miles)

Cherry Tree Cottage

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Cherry Tree Cottage is a quaint one bedroom cottage set in landscaped courtyard and offers spacious accomodation for 2. It is situated on the outskirts of Sewerby Village which is ... More

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Beaconsfield House (3.19 miles)

Beaconsfield House
With some of the best views in Bridlington our selection of Bridlington Holiday Apartments all provide stunning sea views at a price to suit your pocket making our self catering apartments an excellent value for ... More | visit website
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Revelstoke Hotel (3.21 miles)

Revelstoke Hotel

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Ideally located at the end of the main promenade in Bridlington, this central hotel is only minutes away from the town’s beaches, shops and seaside attractions. Enjoy the warm, cosy and hospitable ... More

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The Promenade (3.26 miles)

The Promenade
The Promenade is a family run Guest House in a superb location only 75yds from the sea and beautiful North beach. The Promenade provides a comfortable and relaxed environment with tastefully decorated rooms and panoramic ... More | visit website
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Mont Millais (3.27 miles)

Mont Millais

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Take a break at our impressive historic hotel, a licensed Victorian guest house beautifully situated in a tranquil area, yet mere metres from the promenade and seafront. We are quietly and conveniently ... More

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Aidansdale Hotel (3.27 miles)

Aidansdale Hotel
The Aidansdale is a warm & friendly; family run hotel adjacent to North Beach in Bridlington. We are two minutes walk away from the North Bay and only five minutes from Leisure World; shops ... More | visit website
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Farina Holiday Apartments (3.29 miles)

Farina Holiday Apartments
With some of the best views in Bridlington our selection of Bridlington Holiday Apartments all provide stunning sea views at a price to suit your pocket making our self catering apartments an excellent value for ... More | visit website
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The Tennyson (3.29 miles)

The Tennyson
Diane and Roy extend a warm welcome to you from The Tennyson guest house Bridlington. Centrally situated just a leisurely stroll from Leisure World, the town centre, harbour, The Spa and the north beach. The ... More | visit website

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