There’s Plenty To Do Around Highcliffe
Local Pubs & Dining
Flamborough is well served by several pubs in the village centre and there are numerous places to eat and drink further afield in Bridlington and Scarborough. Below is a selection of local venues which we have either enjoyed or have been recommended.
Walking & Nature
There are numerous fine walks around Flamborough Head, South Landing and the surrounding area. The area is particularly good for sea bird watching as Flamborough stands on one of the most easterly points on the English coastline.
The nearby Dane’s Dyke (1.5 miles) features beautiful woodland around an ancient earthworks reputed to have been constructed by the early Anglo-Saxons but most likely of much older construction.
The nearby village of Bempton (3 miles) features a nationally recognised RSPB nature reserve best known for its breeding seabirds, including northern gannet, Atlantic puffin, razorbill, common guillemot, black-legged kittiwake and fulmar. There are good walkways long the top of the cliffs and several well fenced and protected observation points.
Flamborough has a doctor’s surgery and pharmacist, although we recommend that you visit the NHS website for full details of local medical services. Bridlington has a local hospital with a limited Accident & Emergency unit; the main A&E is found at Scarborough.
There is a local bus service from Bridlington to Flamborough North Landing (with a stop at South Sea Road) on the East Yorkshire Number 14 service. Please check online for their timetable.
Flamborough does not have a train service, the nearest service is to Bridlington (about 5 miles away, 12 minutes by car).