No Nonsense Nick reviews Bridlington Caravan Club, looking at the facilities, the restrictions, and the surrounding areas and attractions. Particularly recommended for Bridlington’s beach and cliff top walks.
Nick informs us that Bridlington isn’t a particularly large site, and is obviously open to the North Sea Winds (so take caution is required with awnings). The site is tiered and well laid out, all hard standing, with large pitches and good access.
Bridlington is something of a twitchers' paradise. These is an RSPB sanctuary nearby, and 400ft high Flamborough Head has one of the largest nesting bird sites in the country. The main reason for a stay however is Bridlington itself with its beaches and cliff top walks.
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