Looking over the cobbled market square, Lady Edith’s Cottage has a prime positioned right in the heart of old Bridlington town.
From here you can walk to the beach and along the cliff top path. Shops, pubs and places to eat are right on the doorstep so you don’t have to use the car at all once you are here.
The 3 bedrooms, living room and kitchen-diner are decorated in a stylish contemporary way so you’ll enjoy your time in this place. The hot tub in the back garden is the ideal spot to relax in at the end of a long day enjoying the fresh sea aair.
The hot tub out in the back garden is the icing on the cake here.
There’s also a pretty patio area that is the perfect spot for an evening glass of wine or an early morning coffee.
Lady Edith’s Cottage is an end-of-terrace house that is in the heart of Bridlington old town.
The whole house has been decorated in an up-to-date contemporary style. The living room is spacious and the kitchen-diner is equipped with all the mod cons you need to self-cater with ease.
Lady Edith’s is not one of our pet friendly holiday homes, but we have plenty of other places that welcome your dog. Take a look at all the accommodation we have that allow doggies to stay.
In this section, we look at the cottage and places to visit nearby. We also look at the surrounding area, for ideas on where to go on days out.
This end of terrace house has 3 bedrooms - a king-size room, twin room and a single. Out in the neat and enclosed garden is a hot tub and a patio area with table and chairs.
The living room has comfy sofas and a 50-inch TV. The stylish kitchen-diner is equipped with a dishwasher, microwave, washing machine and coffee machine, plus a dining table with 4 chairs. There is a garage for parking a car or storing bikes.
Overall rating - 92%
Location & surroundings - 89%
Helpfulness of staff - 92%
Value for money - 87%
Nafferton, near Bridlington
Fantastic views over the Yorkshire Wolds, this cottage is extremely popular due to it's swimming pool, hot tub & games room.View property
Bridlington is a seaside resort on the Yorkshire coast located between Scarborough and Hull. Visitors return here year after year as it’s an ideal holiday town for all the family.
The beaches of Bridlington are sandy and long. Donkey rides, amusements, fish and chip shops and ice-cream parlours give this town a traditional British seaside appeal. At the harbour you can eat fresh fish and shellfish and watch the fishermen return with their catch. Book a boat trip from here and see the coast from the water.
At Sewerby Hall there’s a mansion house, gardens and a zoo to visit. See penguins, capuchin monkeys, pygmy goats and micro pigs and tour the 50 acres of award-winning gardens. Drive up to Scarborough to spend time visiting the ruined castle here, or go across to York and walk the city wall, tour the Minster and wander along the cobbled streets.
For a long walk in woodlands, North Riding Forest Park, also called Dalby Forest, is an hour’s drive north. It’s also home to a Go Ape centre, pony trekking stables and a mountain biking path.
The east Yorkshire coast is a great place to spend a family holiday. Young and old enjoy the old-fashioned seaside towns here where there’s ice-cream and candy floss, amusement arcades and plenty of sand to play on. Add to that historical cities, coastal paths and stately homes and you have a diverse mixture of interesting things to do.
Lady Edith’s Cottage is in the centre of things in Bridlington. With shops, pubs and cafes all within yards of the front door, you don’t have to wander far to have all that you need. This place has been decorated beautifully in a contemporary style that is trendy yet calming. And with little extras like a coffee machine and hot tub, your stay here will be all that you hoped for.
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