Albatross Lodge

Flamborough Rd, Marton, Bridlington YO15 1DW

Overview

Albatross Lodge is the newest addition to the Seagulls Holiday Accommodation portfolio.

It is at Bridlington Links golf course at Sewerby, a mile north of Bridlington.

If you’re looking for peace and quiet, this is the place for you. From the moment you turn onto the private drive through the golf course, you enter a different world. You catch glimpses of the sea as you meander through beautifully maintained landscapes. The lodge is situated at the far end of the golf course, in a sunny hollow surrounded by woods. Deer are regular visitors and we are next door to Sewerby Hall, a stunning country house with a small zoo, playground and cafe.

Accommodation Facilities

Albatross Lodge is brand new for 2021 and offers spacious accommodation for up to six people.

The kingsize bedroom has an ensuite shower room. The second bedroom has twin beds and the main bathroom has a bath.

The living area is open plan, with huge windows to appreciate the open views. French doors open on to the sunny deck, with outdoor furniture foral fresco eating.

The well-equipped kitchen has a washing machine and dishwasher in addition to the large fridge/freezer. microwave, toaster, kettle etc. Denby crockeryand quality accessories make your mealtimes a pleasure.

One of the comfortable sofas makes into a double bed, and linen for this is stored under the master bed.

All beds are made, ready for your arrival. We just ask that you bring towels and a tea towel.

Nearby

The par 72 links golf course has a clubhouse with stunning sea views and sheltered deck for enjoying a meal or a drink.

It’s a fifteen-minute walk to the beach steps, and another ten minutes walk along the shore takes you to Seagulls Beach hut, available free of charge for certain holidays. I like to meander through the gardens of Sewerby hall- you can take a different path every day. Also within walking distance Bondville model village https://bondvillemodelvillage.com/. The centre of Sewerby itself has an excellent restaurant, The Forge, and a large sea-view pub, The Ship, serving a good range of food, beers, wines and numerous unusual gin cocktails. Both are perfect stop-offs on your way to and from the ramp access to the beach and the end of North Marine Drive, approximately 35 minutes walk from Albatross Lodge.

Accommodation Facilities

Albatross Lodge is brand new for 2021 and offers spacious accommodation for up to six people.

The kingsize bedroom has an ensuite shower room. The second bedroom has twin beds and the main bathroom has a bath.

The living area is open plan, with huge windows to appreciate the open views. French doors open on to the sunny deck, with outdoor furniture foral fresco eating.

The well-equipped kitchen has a washing machine and dishwasher in addition to the large fridge/freezer. microwave, toaster, kettle etc. Denby crockeryand quality accessories make your mealtimes a pleasure.

One of the comfortable sofas makes into a double bed and linen for this is stored under the master bed.

All beds are made, ready for your arrival. We just ask that you bring towels and a tea towel.

Bridlington

Of course, you can drive to Bridlington seafront, less than ten minutes away. Alternatively, the land train runs from Sewerby Hall to the centre of Bridlington, stopping at the seafront leisure centre if you prefer to swim indoors instead of in the sea. The last stop is for The Spa, which hosts a variety of groups, theatre productions etc for all the family. See https://www.bridspa.com/ for details. Land train details are on https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/leisure/tourism-and-attractions/coastal-attractions/bridlington-land-trains/

The harbour in the centre of Bridlington has the largest lobster fleet in Europe and offers speedboat and pirate ship rides as well as fishing trips. The Yorkshire Belle https://www.yorkshire-belle.co.uk/ was built in1947 and offers pleasure cruises to watch the seabird and puffin colonies at Flamborough Head and Bempton Cliffs, a renowned RSPB reserve.

Bridlington centre offers a range of independent retailers and chain stores, in addition to our very own department store Boyes. There are large supermarkets on the outskirts of Bridlington and a good-sized Co-Op in Flamborough, a must-see village just a couple of miles along the headland.

Nearby

Walking from the lodge is incredible. Danes Dyke is a 148-acre nature reserve which you pass on your three-four mile walk to Flamboroughlighthouse, where there is an excellent cafe to refresh yourself before your trip home.

There’s a lovely walking diary at https://www.yorkshirewalks.org/diary07/diary224.html

Flamborough Village has numerous pubs, fish and chips, take away, shops and an excellent restaurant, The Seabirds, which I can recommend.

Further Afield

Scarborough, 18 miles from the lodge, was Britains first seaside resort, dating back to 1626 and has The oldest house in Britain, dated 8500BC, which was discovered outside Scarborough at Star Carr (near Seamer). With its two sweeping bays, castle, trams donkey rides, amusement arcades, fish and chips and sticks of rock, it deserves a full day trip.

Filey; less than 12 miles away, is a step back in time.

Whitby

The historic town of York is an essential visit for those new to the area, just 40 miles away.

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