East Newk Holiday Cottage - Local Area Information

Flamborough - A perfect location for a holiday for everyone with it's many places of interest.

  • North Landing - a cove surrounded by white chalk cliffs with caves to explore, rock pools to investigate, Puffins, Razor Bills and Seals can often been seen here. By the car park you'll find the Caravel Bar with it's lovely views of the sea and a Cafe.
  • South Landing - has a white pebbled beach with the inshore Lifeboat Station, an RNLI Shop and the Living Sea Centre. 
  • Lighthouse - right at the very tip of Flamborough Head stands the Lighthouse, a gift shop, the Headlands Restaurant and Bar. 
  • Old Lighthouse - built over 300 years ago is the earliest known lighthouse still in existence in the UK.
  • Golf Course - this is also on Flamborough Headland and open to visitors.
  • Pubs - The Seabirds, Dog & Duck, Rose & Crown, The Ship, The Viking, The North Star, The Caravel Bar & The Headlands Bar.
  • It is just a great place for - walking, scenery, wildlife, sea life & birdwatching and exploring.

Bridlington - This popular seaside resort is just a few miles south of Flamborough and has Blue Flag Award Winning beaches, an historic harbour, a Priory with the Bayle Museum in the Old Town. There's a Fun Fair on the promenade, speed boat rides and pleasure cruises from the harbour and plenty for the whole family to do.

Filey - To the north of Flamborough about a 5 mile drive away. Filey is a perfect place for those who enjoy a gentler pace of life. With it's beautiful large bay Filey beach is one of the best in the country for families. It’s the perfect place to take a walk, fly a kite, build a sandcastle, doze in a deckchair, or maybe do a spot of bird watching . Filey Brigg, a peninsula at the northern end of the town. In early spring you may find a seal on the beach, and in summer porpoise sightings are regular. Visit Coble Landing, a slipway with boats (cobles) and cafes.

Scarborough - is the original seaside resort with stunning scenery, glorious beaches and loads to see and do. Explore Scarborough's history at Scarborough Castle and the Rotunda Museum of geology. On the seafront you will find the traditional amusement arcades, ice cream parlours, shellfish stalls and beach huts. Try boating in Peasholm Park; take a ride on the miniature railway or visit the Sea Life Sanctuary. During the summer months it is also host to the likes of Kylie Minogue at the Open Air Theatre. Scarborough is approx 10 miles from Flamborough.

RSPB Bempton - Flamborough is just a stone’s throw away from one of the UK’s most famous RSPB reserves at Bempton, which boasts the largest nesting colony of gannets, puffins, razorbills, guillemots and other seabirds.

Danes Dyke - Is a Nature Reserve which runs the full width of Flamborough Headland, it is believed it was originally built in the Bronze Age as a defence for the land to the east of it. It has circular woodland walks and a path to the sea, a cafe and a car park and is within walking distance of East Newk Cottage.