A lovely little b & b in the middle of flamborough. The room we had was very nice and clean as was the dining room. Very homely and cosy with a wonderful breakfast with plenty of choice. The host Katrina made us very welcome and nothing was too much trouble. Thank you Katrina and we will definitely ...
A fabulous hotel! Immaculate condition and cleanliness, superb hospitality and care. In fact, probably the best hotel I have stayed at in the uk
The East Riding of Yorkshire is one of the country's favourite holiday destinations, with a long list of exciting and unique attractions. The primary draw of this northern county is the area's outstanding natural beauty. From rolling hills and the Wolds, to the pretty coastline, there's a lot to take in. Visitors also find an impressive array of fascinating attractions. The nature reserve at Bempton Cliffs combines stunning natural beauty with a bewitching man-made attraction. Situated in the north of the county, Bempton Cliffs is close to some excellent hotels.
Bempton Cliffs is a nature reserve run by the RSPB, but it's not just the birds which draw in so many tourists each year. The area is incredibly beautiful. The wild chalk cliffs offer excellent walks, with exquisite views out to sea. There are half a dozen observation points dotted around the reserve, which give walkers access to scopes and binoculars to look closely at the cliffs.
The RSPB estimate that over 250,000 birds flock to Bempton Cliffs each year, promising a memorable trip for keen bird watchers. The imposing cliffs offer shelter from the elements, meaning visitors can expect to see young birds in the nests shortly after breeding season.
There's a diverse range of species that can be found at Bempton Cliffs, ranging from common guillemots to gorgeous Atlantic Puffins. Other birds that frequent the area include Northern Gannets and Black-legged Kittiwakes.
The RSPB also runs a seabird centre at the reserve, which houses an interesting exhibition and numerous screens, with live feeds of the reserve. Refreshments are for sale on-site, and there's decked area overlooking the reserve, where visitors can eat their lunch. There's even a well-stocked shop to grab some bird watching gear.
Located in the north of the county, Bempton Cliffs is easily accessed from most hotels in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Bridlington houses an impressive range of guesthouses and B&Bs not far from the nature reserve, but there are also some tranquil rural retreats a little further inland. The Manor Court Hotel, for example, is located in Carnaby, around a quarter of an hour from the reserve at Bempton.
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