double and twin bedroom, open plan living, dining and kitchen areas, shower room
A light and airy, pet/smoke free cabin, recently modernised, with one double and one twin bedroom, a shower room, open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room and a south facing, fenced garden, with trees, seating, and parking close by. Fab new heating now installed (December 2015) so perfect for all times of the year!
Why not try the special rate for a week in September/October when the weather can be as good as ever but the children are back to school so a little bit quieter and less crowded!
Your cabin is well equipped and furnished for a comfortable base for your holiday. Please note bedlinen and towels are not included in the price but pillows and duvets are provided..
Ideally situated on the edge of the holiday village but less than five minutes walk to the park and ride for the bus or the Land train into town and the sandy beach within walking distance of the centre of Bridlington or Fraisthorpe beach, popular with watersports enthusiasts.
Bridlington is a busy holiday resort with a variety of shops for all your holiday needs. There are many and varied cafés and restaurants to suit all tastes and pockets.
The Forum has a cinema, with a choice of films every week, and Bridlington Spa puts on a full programme of events and entertainment through out the year. The Spotlight theatre also has productions through out the year. Just up the road in Scarborough is Stephen Joseph Theatre showing Alan Ayckbourn masterpieces and award winning productions, through out the year, by visiting troupes as well as the resident Stephen Joseph Theatre Company. the theatre also shows a selection of films and streaming from various venues and has a restaurant, I can recommend, for lunch time and evening dining to enhance the theatre experience.
Locally there is Sewerby Hall with a full programme of events and a zoo, children's playground, gardens and cafe open nearly all year round.
The Old Town is well worth seeing, especially when the open gardens event is on in July and you won't believe the marvellous and unusual gardens to be seen behind the buildings. Also two festivals during the year, one in summer and the Dickensian Festival in November every year.
The Priory Church has awe inspiring features, a long and eventful history and still holds services, regularly.
Close to the Priory is the Baylegate museum, open Monday to Friday with fascinating exhibits and the history of the Lords Feoffes.
About five miles out of Bridlington, towards Driffield, you come to Burton Agnes and the hall and gardens. This is a beautifully kept private home, open to the public, with superb gardens and free entry to the Norman manor house, treadmill, church and courtyard gift shops with a cafe with cake, especially, I can highly recommend.
Top Traveller Review
About the Owner
I came to Bridlington just over four years ago, to work as a residential house manager and liked the idea of a seaside sanctuary that could fund itself. I viewed a few properties but this one was the best, by far. The cabin is ideally situated, just on the edge of the village, with a fenced off garden.
There is all you need, available on the site but loads more to do and see locally, to suit all all ages... and budgets!
I love the seaside in Winter.. amazing sea, sun and sky to look at and well worth wrapping up to go out for a walk along the beach,, whatever the weather.
The photo is myself (middle) with my friends Rose (left) and Chris. taking Vintage Afternoon Tea at Sewerby Hall deee-licious!
4.9 based on 17 holidaymaker reviews
The chalet was well equipped with very modern and clean facilities.
We enjoyed a pleasant eight night stay in sunny Bridlington. We were pleased with the modern kitchen, the clean bathroom (without a drooping showerhead) and the modern effective heating, for some of the cooler evenings. The personal touches with the pint of milk in the fridge, the consignment of tea bags and the flowers that greeted us were very welcoming. Everything was very clean and tidy and all necessary cooking and eating utensils were supplied.
After five minutes one is at the endless sandy beach and at the park and ride where one can take the land train to Bridlington, if the mile walk along the promenade is a little too far!
The garden is nice and tidy and the table and bench allows meals to be eaten outside in the shade of the spruce tree.
I would recommend the chalet for couples or familes with small children, although I don`t recall seeing a playground on the site. Scarborough and York are reachable in an hour, I would also recommend the weekly car boot sale at strawberry fields (1 mile) or Jeromes in Bridlington for food and drinks at the sea front. For those of a sporting nature, the excellent and brand new sports center in bridlington is open to non members for a week, after signing a disclaimer.
Great location and place to stay.
A well presented, comfortable property in a great location. Had everything we needed. Handy for the park and ride into Bridlington.
Lovely few days by the sea
Had a great stay at the chalet. Everything is there and it is very clean and tidy place. Pat came out twice to sort the smoke alarm out which was great, otherwise it would have driven us mad! The site is near the beach and it is a lovely walk into Bridlington, otherwise the park and ride is nearby if transport is needed to go into town. Would definitely stay here again if we come back to Bridlington.
This is our 2nd stay in this marvellous chalet, and once again were not disappointed by the high standard of cleanliness and accessories available for use by guests. As it was Yorkshire day we had been left a bunch of white roses which were greatly appreciated. The supply of tea, coffee and milk means there is no panic on arrival and these little touches go a long way too enhancing your stay in this very comfortable abode. As a base for exploring Bridlington and the surrounding area it is ideally situated. The club on site Makes means there is evening entertainment every night and prices are the same as the pub's in town.
Would definitely recommend this chalet to anybody whois looking for a short inexpensive break to the seaside and cannot thank the owner Pat enough for allowing us to rent it yet again.
Best wishes to Bridlington
The Mudie family
Clean, good use of space
Chalet was clean, brilliant value for money. The owner had gone real effort to make life easy for us which is really appreciated after a long drive. The small issue we did have with the bathroom light was fixed ASAP.
The only issue we had was getting access to the property as the app for owners direct was down the day we needed it. It is a French company and difficult to convey the problem.
Give the owner credit she dealt with the issue as soon as she could, and refunded the one nights accommodation where we couldn't get access. (I would like to stress it was the fault of the app not the owner) .
Would definitely go back but perhaps directly through the owner.
From the Owner
“The cabin is light and airy, pet /smoke free with an open plan layout and good facilities, recently modernised thro'out. The garden is a delightful outdoor place with sun most of the day or trees for shade. Really convenient base to visit HULL CITY OF CULTURE 2017.. trains run from Bridlington railway station where you can park all day and get discount on your ticket with your parking ticket... come for a weekend 'HULL-iday' noon on Friday to noon on Sunday during January and February 2017.”
Activity and Interests
Bridlington is on the East coast of the Yorkshire Wolds, where you can see for miles and miles across the rolling landscape, but a short journey north takes you to a contrasting landscape into the imposing North Yorkshire moors with the coastal towns of Filey, Scarborough and Whitby.. all within travelling distance for a day out.. and great fish and chips!
EXCELLENT BASE TO VISIT HULL, CITY OF CULTURE 2017
Trains run from Bridlington railway station into Hull town centre, park all day and get money off the fare with your parking ticket.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Price|
HULL-iday/Winter Weekend 2017
6 Jan 2017 - 25 Feb 2017
Changeover Day: Friday
2 night minimum stay
for 2 nights
2 Sep 2017 - 21 Oct 2017
7 night minimum stay
for 7 nights
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
Additional pricing information
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
No pets; no smoking; prices do not include bedlinen and towels
Owner's Cancellation Policy
- 0% refund for cancellations more than 0 days before check-in date.
- Available arrival
From the Owner
“Fenced garden, pet/smoke free living space and garden, electric heating, not overlooked, close to beaches, just inside the village gates. Excellent location for many places of interest/attractions..especially HULL CITY OF CULTURE 2017 and as part of the TOUR DE YORKSHIRE 2017... bring your bikes and try a section yourself!”
- Heating ...
- Living Room ...
- Parking ...
- Dishes & Utensils
- Oven ...
- Refrigerator ...
- Hob ...
- Dining ...
- Dining Area
- Books ...
- DVD Player ...
- Television ...
- Toys ...
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
- near the sea
- live theatre
- bird watching
- outlet shopping
- scenic drives
- sight seeing
Local Services & Businesses
- laundrette - serviced
Sports & Adventure Activities
- deepsea fishing
- jet skiing
- mountain biking
- pier fishing
- bay fishing
- water skiing
- 25 m²
- Bathroom 1 - Toilet, Shower Enclosure, heated towel rail
- 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4
- Bedroom 1 - 1 Double Bed
- Bedroom 2 - 2 Single Bed
- Garden ...
Learn more about this holiday rental at the owner's website
- ..there has been some confusion with bookers over bedlinen and towels... these are not included in the price but pillows and duvets are available..