Just one of the local areas worth a ride out to see when you are visiting Bridlington.
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Withernsea is a traditional holiday resort in Holderness, sporting a recently redesigned and attractively rebuilt promenade. The famous lighthouse towers above the houses, some 127 feet high, the home of the Lighthouse Museum with its tribute to Kay Kendall, the 1950's film star who was born in the town.
The Pier Towers on the promenade are the last surviving part of the once proud 19th century pier. The splendid beach provides plenty of enjoyment for all.
The Pavilion Leisure Centre boasts excellent facilities, both wet and dry, with its superb swimming pool, gym, sauna, sports hall and squash courts.
The habitual shoppers can benefit from the excellent selection of shops in Queen Street and around the town. The Withernsea Market provides the usual varied array of stalls.
Like many seaside resorts, Withernsea has a wide promenade which reaches north and south from Pier Towers. The Pier Towers have been refurbished.
What seaside resort would be complete without the amusement arcades and Withernsea is certainly no let down. A good selection is available ranging from the 'one armed bandits' to the latest video game technology and from bowling alleys to children's adventure playgrounds.
Eating out provides many options as the friendly pubs, restaurant cafes and takeaways spoil you for choice.
Tourist attractions are in abundance both inland and coastal. Surrounding Withernsea are numerous interesting villages in a patchwork of open countryside, including the historic town of Hedon, Hornsea with its excellent Freeport shopping complex and beautiful mere, the famous Spurn Point with its bird sanctuary, and the fascinating Fort Paull.
Information courtesy of Withernsea Town Council Website
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