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Bridlington boasts the superb Promenades shopping centre, with the stunning medieval monestary of the Priory. As well as this, take in some contemporary art at Gallery 49 before refuelling at Fish and Chips at 149!

Bridlington South Beach

This beautiful beach is full of nice surprises. Starting with the fact that it’s formed by sand, pebbles and chalk from the nearby Flamborough Head which is a Heritage Coast. Take your pick from the North or South Beach – you can’t go wrong as both have achieved a Quality Coast Resort Bathing Beach Award.

Following a range of renovation, the legendary Spa has never looked better! The classic 1930s Royal Hall Ballroom and Edwardian Theatre are at their elegant best, whilst the very latest in modern technology and brand new facilities now make the Spa a superb venue.

For the latest in high street fashion in Bridlington, strut your stuff at The Promenades Shopping Centre.

Joypur prides itself in serving a wide variety of traditional authentic Indian cuisine.

Occupying two floors of a Georgian listed building, the gallery hosts a variety of contemporary British artists and artisans skilled in their craft.

For a traditional taste of the coast, look no further than the award winning Fish and Chips at 149.

The Priory Church in Bridlington is a former mediaeval monastery set in an inspirational location, and it’s still in daily use as a parish church today. Go on a guided tour or take an informal stroll around this prime example of English heritage.

Bridlington’s beautiful sandy coastline, extensive facilities and cliff-top nature reserve provide all the ingredients for the perfect British seaside day out. 

This Monastic Gatehouse is home to a magnificent museum and an extensive collection of local artefacts.