Bridlington in East Yorkshire is a seaside resort on the North Sea coast with Scarborough to north and Hull to the south. With good road links across the Yorkshire Wolds to York and nearby towns of Driffield, Beverley, Scarborough, and Hull it is also served by the Yorkshire Coast Railway Line.
Bridlington was mentioned in the Domesday Book and has a history stretching back centuries. The town is in effect split into two. The Old Town with its characteristic buildings, shops and the Priory Church dating back to 1133 and Bridlington Quay which grew around the railway station which opened in 1846. Bridlington is a seaside resort with its wide beach and harbour but where to the north the coast becomes steep towards Flamborough Head.