The Avenue has 16 one and two bed apartments located in a residential area opposite Westgate Park. The High Street is a short walk away offering a good range of shops and amenities.
A professional estate manager takes care of buildings and grounds maintenance, and can also help should you require access to further help and support.
Around the town
With its sandy beaches, promenades and historic harbour, Bridlington offers plenty of entertainment. The seafront road-train takes visitors to all the main attractions. The town boasts a superb shopping complex, museums and two golf courses.
You’ll find quaint bistros, antique shops, historic pubs, art galleries and tearooms hidden in the streets of the Old Town area. For sports fans Bridlington Leisure World has swimming pools, a relaxing spa, fitness studio, gym and bowls hall.
The harbour is a hive of activity with fishing boats and pleasure cruises to enjoy along the heritage coast. A few miles away, Burton Agnes Hall is famous for its splendid Jacobean gate house with decorated ceilings and carvings. It houses a valuable collection of paintings and impressive gardens.
Built in 1714, Sewerby Hall and Gardens is a Grade I listed country house in a cliff top location. The Swinton Room here hosts concerts and piano recitals, art workshops and tea dances.
How to get here
Bridlington is a traditional seaside resort situated on Yorkshire’s East coast. The resorts of Filey, Scarborough and Whitby can be found along the same coastline. The Avenue is close to the A165, situated alongside Westgate Park.
Bus services run throughout the town and to Leeds, York, Scarborough and Hull. The town’s main railway station has services to Hull, Doncaster, Sheffield and Scarborough.
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