Attractions near The Glen Alan Guest House



As well as the award-winning safe, sandy beaches there are bowling and putting greens, golf courses, tennis courts, theatres, bingo, amusements, fun fair, markets, auctions, high street shops, pubs, cafe's and night clubs. Also sailing, wind-surfing and fishing. Go swimming in the indoor 'Leisure World' which has a lovely warm and sheltered climate all year round. So fun for all the family of all ages. The beautiful Heritage Coast stretches both North and South of Bridlington and you can enjoy the picturesque cliff-top walk to

Sewerby Hall and GardensSewerby Hall and Gardens.

 

Sewerby Hall park, mini zoo, childrens play area, pitch and putt, model village and cafe - you could walk there along the cliff top (it takes about half an hour) or catch the land train.

 

Bridlington HarbourBridlington Harbour

 

Bridlington harbour is always interesting at any time of the day, where you can watch the fishing or take a trip on a pleasure boat. Alternatively you could enjoy a few hours fishing aboard one of the many cobble boats that are available.

 

Flamborough LighthouseFlamborough Lighthouse

 

Flamborough Lighthouse has been protecting shipping for over 200 yearsand is well worth a visit.

 

Bridlingtons lifeboat station is free admission with the chance to buy small gifts, with all the money going to this great cause.

Bridlingtons old town and the old stocks, Priory Church and Bayle Museum. Besides the many antique shops, the pubs are traditional and ideal for a nice pub lunch.

North Landing is just a short drive away and is a beautiful cove with a sandy beach and cafe nearby.