Bridlington Links Golf and Leisure Estate is the perfect place to unwind and take a family break in the scenic East Yorkshire countryside. Luxury lodges available for ownership on the site come fully-furbished with an integrated washing-machine, dishwasher and fridge-freezers and have both central-heating, double-glazing, block-paved parking and decking. Lodge owners also receive the pleasure of two free full memberships to both the golf course and the gym.
The park is home to an 18-hole cliff-top golf-course overlooking the stunning views of Bridlington Bay as well as a flood-lit, undercover driving range- perfect for when the weather is wet. Golf lessons and golf buggy hire is available and there is also a clubhouse -with a lounge and bar area as well as balcony views- and go-pro shop. There is a restaurant and bar on-site with an excellent seasonal menu including Sunday roast and a picnic area perfect for enjoying the scenery with the family. The on-site gym is air-conditioned, is fully-furbished with modern equipment and has a weights room. On-site WiFi is also provided.
The park is surrounded by areas of natural beauty, local cafes and friendly cosy pubs. Sewerby is one-mile from the park and is home to the well-visited Sewerby Hall and Gardens. Sewerby Hall is a historic country house- with guided tours and exhibitions- and stunning gardens including a walled-garden and woodlands. Furthermore, the attraction is home to a zoo with a range of wild animals from various countries such as penguins, lemurs and pygmy goats from South Africa. A five-minute drive from the park is Danes Dyke nature reserve which has been identified as both a site of Special Scientific Interest due to its unique sea and cliff environment and a Special Protection Area due to the interesting seabird colonies. At the North of Bridlington is the historic, fishing village of Flamborough- great for sea canoeing and hikes. The lively seaside resort town of Scarborough is half-an-hour drive away from the park and has much to do and see including museums, the famous Scarborough Castle and has an excellent collection of both independent retailers and high-street stores.