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AboutBridlington Harbour is a great attraction for all ages, trawlers bring their catch of fish to Bridlington where it is loaded onto refrigerated lorries for its journey to the various fish markets.
The Harbour also houses private yachts, private fishing boats, speedboat, pleasure craft, the Yorkshire Belle and the Pirate Ship. There is a great selection of ice cream, waffle and fish and chip kiosks surrounding the harbour providing treats for all tastes.
The Harbour, located in Bridlington Quay, was established where a small stream known as the Gypsey Race runs into the sea. The area was only a small fishing village until the discovery of a chalybeate spring which saw the emergence of the town as a seaside resort in the 19th century.
Today, the Harbour Commissioners are taking care of a harbour that continues to lead the way for the British shellfish industry.
The harbour is home to almost 100 mostly small businesses providing employment for almost 400 people and playing an essential and integral role in the resort’s economy.
Bridlington Harbour Commissioners estate includes crane wharf, 13 shops and public toilets, the former Harbour Master’s offices, the South Pier and all its facilities, and the Lawrence Complex, which incorporates a hotel, chandlery, restaurants and café.
BRIDLINGTON HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS
HARBOUR DUES AND RATES EFFECTIVE FROM 1ST APRIL 2020
For Rates go to www.bridlingtonharbour.com
- Disabled access
Booking & Payment Details
- Credit cards accepted (no fee)
- On-site catering
- On-site light refreshments
- Children welcome
Meeting, Conference & Wedding Facilities
- Grounds for outdoor activities
- Parking with charge
- Dogs Accepted
- Gift shop
- Public toilets
- Accepts groups
- Coach parties accepted
Map & Directions
From Beverley and Hull via A165.
From Driffield via A614
Bus nr. 121 from Beverley and Hull.
Accessible by Public Transport: Bridlington station is 0.6 miles away.