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Viking Garth Hideaways
Scarborough Road
East Riding of Yorkshire
YO16 6XH

Viking Garth Hideaways is located 2.5 outside of the seaside town Bridlington.

We are a 5 minute drive from Bridlington, 10 minutes from Flamborough, and 25 minutes from Scarborough.

There is so much to see and do in the area, with easy access to the countryside and the Yorkshire coastline. Here are just some of the attractions we have nearby.

RSPB Bempton Cliffs Seabird Centre – The Bempton Cliffs reserve, on the spectacular Yorkshire coast, is home to one of the UK’s top wildlife spectacles. Around half a million seabirds gather here between March and October to raise a family on towering chalk cliffs which overlook the North Sea.

Flamborough Headland Heritage Coast – Marked by a stretch of rugged white cliffs surrounding a small village, Flamborough Head is an outdoor lover’s paradise. The coastline is a great base for bird watching, hiking along windswept paths and sea canoeing around the bay – but only for the experienced outdoor pursuits enthusiast! With a scenic nature reserve and two ancient lighthouses nearby, this Special Area of Conservation is a haven for anyone looking to explore the Yorkshire Coast at its most wild and untamed.

Sewerby Hall & Gardens – Uniquely situated in a dramatic clifftop position with spectacular views over Bridlington and set in 50 acres of early 19th Century parkland, Sewerby Hall and Gardens offers something for everyone, from the magnificent gardens to the deep rooted heritage of the house.
Sewerby Zoo -The zoo is the place to keep the children amused, home to an exciting range of over 60 mammals and birds,

Bridlington beaches – North Beach is a sand and shingle beach surrounded by wide promenades backed against the impressive Flamborough cliffs. This beach provides the ideal location to relax and just watch the constant bustle of the busy harbour or browse around the splendid array of boats. South Beach is an extensive sandy beach which overlooks Bridlington Bay with the golden sands extending to Spurn Point at the mouth of the River Humber.