Bridlington North Beach
Welcome to Bridlington North Beach
The scenic North Beach is always popular with tourists and has been awarded the prestigious Seaside Award and the Keep Britain Tidy Award. The North beach is one of two award-winning beaches that straddle either side of the picturesque Bridlington harbour, where you can do everything from eating fish and chips, to taking a ride on a pirate ship. A small dog-friendly section in front of the chalets borders a longer dog-exclusion zone along the beach.
Behind the beach is the beautifully restored Edwardian North Promenade where you can relax at your favourite beach café, let your hair down at the funfair, or stroll down to the harbour. So whether it is an exciting day at the fair or a relaxing day on the beach taking in the stunning views of the cliffs that you desire, the North beach is perfect for any need. Situated on the Southern end of the North beach, the funfair is packed with rides and stalls for a great day out with the family.
Bridlington is a superb holiday base. Packed full with fun seaside activities for the kids, it truly is one of the best resorts for families in Yorkshire.
Limited pay and display parking at the harbour or in the town. There is seafront parking on North Marine Drive and a large grassed car park at Limekiln Lane. The car parks are within easy access of the Land Train to take you to Sewerby Hall and Gardens or the town centre for a small charge.
Dog ban in affect 1 May to 30 September. Fishing with rod and line banned from 1 May to 30 September.
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