Seagulls 4 - South Shore Chalet

Wilsthorpe, Bridlington
2 bedrooms
1 bathroom
6 guests
 

Description

Seagulls Chalet 4 is located at South Shore on the picturesque Yorkshire coast just south of Bridlington town centre and overlooking south beach.

The holiday park is set in 18 acres and has a strong sense of community with a large number of the chalets having been owned by the same people for several years.

This quiet park, which is conveniently close to the beach, offering a children’s play area, outdoor gym and tennis courts, plus close to all the amenities only compliments the functional accommodation on offer.

They say looks can be deceptive and we would agree. Chalet 4 is a two-bedroom semi-detached chalet that can sleeping 6. Bedroom one comprises a double bed, wardrobe, drawers and a wall mounted flat screen TV. Bedroom two features a bunk bed and in the lounge, a double sofa bed is also available. For your comfort we would not however recommend the property occupying more than 2 adults and 3 children. A family bathroom including shower is also featured.

Its open aspect where rabbits and ducks are regular visitors joins a woodland path providing excellent access (400m) to the beach and sand dunes, ideal for those looking to head to the beach or taking your pooch for a stroll.

The living / dining area features sofa seating, dining table and TV. The adjoining kitchen features full size oven, microwave, kettle and toaster.

The chalet is located next to Seaguls Chalet 3, overlooking a grassed area perfect for kids to play on, but also perfect for two families to share

Property dimensions: Living Area 5.7m x 2.5m max | Master Bedroom 2.8m x 2.1m max | Bunk Bedroom 2.8m x 2.1m max | Shower room 1.5m x 1.3m max

Bridlington offers everything you could want for the traditional, renowned and welcoming seaside beak at the heart of the Yorkshire coast. A variety of cafés, bars and restaurants can be found close by along the promenade and in the centre of Bridlington itself.

Why not visit the blue flag sand and shingle beach or the rock pools at Flamborough where you can come across some crabs, find unique fossils and spy on starfish, it’s a perfect activity for the kids!

Pop into the amusements, whether it’s for ten pin bowling, cinema, crazy golf, the latest arcade games, or to try you luck at bingo or the money falls and claw machines or why not take a spin on the funfair? The nearby Bridlington Spa brings the biggest names in comedy, music, drama, touring musicals and much much more to the East Yorkshire Coast, is the largest gig venue in the region and the host of the best traditional panto for miles.

If you are looking for to escape the traditional seaside experiences and wish to enjoy the beautiful and picturesque surroundings, sail out of the 900 year old harbour on a pirate ship or try out those sea legs on the famous Yorkshire Belle as you spot the seabird over the famous 300 foot high Bempton Cliffs, BridlingtonMaritime trail is a great activity as it takes you on a tour around seafront and harbour discovering fascinating facts. Offering magnificent views of the bays and harbour, the Land Train will take you along the promenades, providing the ideal way to see Bridlington or take a trip to Sewerby Hall and Gardens.

Sand and the bright lights not your cup of tea? Bridlington's Old Town offers another side to the seaside.

Dating back to 1113 AD, Bridlington's Augustinian Priory Church is one of the finest examples of the town's stunning architecture and rich history. Enjoy the stunning setting of the Priory at one of its many concerts and events. Used to film the 2017 big screen remake of Dad's Army, Bridlington's High Street is one of the country's most complete Georgian streets. With independent shops selling unique gifts, antiques, bespoke jewellery and beautifully crafted ceramics, you will be spoilt for choice. Why not follow the film trail of the 2016 Dad's Army Movie, have a great day out visiting the locations and discovering other things to do en route in the area?

Location

f you can think of something that comes under the heading of 'culture' - well, chances are Bridlington has a festival for it!

Active Coast sporting events also provide opportunities to take part, get active, live well and enjoy life on the cost.

Any visitor to Bridlington is advised to check out what’s happening at Bridlington Spa while they’re in the town, there’s always something going on, from art exhibitions to top-name music concerts. Bridlington Old Town also features fantastic heritage events in the summer. Sewerby Hall and Burton Agnes Hall and Gardens host family events all year round! Hornsea and Withernsea also have a great selection of events and festival held throughout the year!

Step back in time at our Harbour Heritage Museum, learn about the history of Bridlington's 900 year old harbour and see the restored sailing coble, Three Brothers, in the Harbour.

Bridlington Maritime Trail is a great activity for the whole family it takes you on a tour around seafront and harbour discovering fascinating facts. Bridlington Spa brings the biggest names in comedy, music, drama, touring musicals and much much more to the East Yorkshire Coast, is the largest gig venue in the region and the host of the best traditional panto for miles.

Perfect for sand free sandwiches, watch the world go by from a cosy beach chalet, whilst the kids build sandcastles. These prestigious Seafront Chalets are available to hire for a day or a week, it's the ideal place to store all your beach gear. Let's go fly a kite... there are glorious sandy beaches in Bridlington Bay and plenty of cliff top green space; perfect for picnics, kite flying or just letting the kids run and play.

East Riding Leisure Bridlington is a brand-new development. The centre features the splash Zone with slides and water jets, Clip and Climb wall and is the main hub for sports in Bridlington.

Offering magnificent views of the bays and harbour, the Land Train (see Land Train offers) will take you along the promenades, providing the ideal way to see Bridlington or take a trip to Sewerby Hall and Gardens. It's perfect for

Treat the kids to some well-loved seaside favourites; fish and chips, icecream, candyfloss or some freshly made fresh cream waffles and sugar sprinkled doughnuts. Places to eat

View a copy of the Bridlington Mini Guide here.

Sand and the bright lights not your cup of tea? Bridlington's Old Town offers another side to the seaside.

Dating back to 1113 AD, Bridlington's Augustinian Priory Church is one of the finest examples of the town's stunning architecture and rich history. Enjoy the stunning setting of the Priory at one of its many concerts and events.

Used to film the 2017 big screen remake of Dad's Army, Bridlington's High Street is one of the country's most complete Georgian streets. With independent shops selling unique gifts, antiques, bespoke jewellery and beautifully crafted ceramics, you will be spoilt for choice. Why not follow the film trail of the 2016 Dad's Army Movie, have a great day out visiting the locations and discovering other things to do en route in the area?

Download your copy of the Dad's Army Trail leaflet

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