Parking in Bridlington

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  1. RS SPIKE

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    can anyone recommend a site or a place to overnight in Bridlington?
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    The Ship Inn at Sewerby - used to be free but now charges due to people abusing the deal. Stay free - dine in the pub.
     
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    Stayed at the Ship Inn last Friday night.
    £15 non member £10 for members, with £5 voucher if you spend more than £10 on food/drink.
    Was ok, but quite noisy, as lots of kids in the pub play area.
    Excellent position though.
     
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    You will be lucky. Visited it a couple of years ago and it would be difficult to find a more motorhome unfriendly place. Drove out and up the coast.
     
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    Is that britstop?
     
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    No, it's one of the MCC CLs which are branded as Nightstops through the MCC link with Practical Motorhome magazine.
    Unlike the CC and C&CC, though, the MCC are happy for non-members to use their CLs.
    See entry under North Humberside Here.
     
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    The beaconsfield arms in Bridlington is ok for a stopover £6 pn it's just down from the new swimming pool . We go to the ship inn and lot better place good views and not noisy if u don't park a side of play area we was there Friday too. Nigel did u not see us we had the funster flag out .
     
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    The Yacht club at Wilsthorpe
     
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    Andy tell me more about the yacht club do they charge do u have to book .
     
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    According to their web site, camping is just for RYYC members and their guests.
    They do, however, rent out a rally field (we have stayed there with the C&CC) so if you are in one of the clubs it would be worth looking to see if there is a suitable rally.
    Rallies are also often held just down the coast at Fraisthorpe.
     
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    A bit over a mile walk or short bike ride
     
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    It's a nice walk along the beach in good weather. If the weather isn't so good you can get a bus from the P&R stop (though I don't know if that runs all year).
     
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    They also run the "land train" Easter to October?. From What was known as Belvedere Circle to the town. (or used to)
     
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