Beautiful scenery for running
Every Saturday at 9am
One of the most scenic Parkruns there is – the multi-terrain route takes you down the tarmac path towards Bridlington then loops back along the clifftops before going inland around the parkland of Sewerby Park. Sets off from the Bandstand just minutes away from Park View Cottage. Check out the website for more info and a course map
28 May 2022
The ultimate challenge – The Hardmoors 110 Ultramarathon follows the dramatic Cleveland Way National Trail encircling the North York Moors and the Cleveland Heritage coastline. Starting in Filey, competitors have 36 hours to complete the single stage trail race, following the stunning Cleveland Heritage coastline before finishing in the market town of Helmsley
3 July 2022
With 5k, 10k and half marathon routes available take to the dramatic and scenic North East Yorkshire coastline with The Seweby Ship Inn Shuffle. Take in the sea air as you complete this course and get rewarded with a finisher’s medal, chocolate, beer and homemade pizza! See you there!
Just bring your gear & run!
If you prefer to just get out there and run check out some of the routes on the plan a route site and do some exploring of your own! Run south down the tarmac track to Bridlington or north towards Danes Dyke and Flamborough, you’re really spoiled for choice as you head out the door of Park View Cottage
Fantastic walking routes
Danes Dyke was declared a Local Nature Reserve in 2002 in recognition of its wildlife value and its importance to the local community. It runs for 4km across the whole of the Flamborough Headland, from the nature reserve here in the south to Cat Nab on the Bempton Cliffs in the north. It consists of two constructed features, a flat-topped bank and a west-facing ditch. Cafe & toilets available, parking or just a 30m walk across the clifftops from Park View Cottage
A beautiful place to walk Just 6 miles from Park View Cottage – Fraisthorpe is a flat, sandy beach that’s dog-friendly all year round. Refreshments available at the Cowshed Cafe. There is pay-for parking available at Auburn Farm and there’s even a box of balls available to borrow to make for a memorable dog walk every time
The Cleveland Way National Trail is a 109 mile (175 km) walking route through beautiful and ever-changing landscapes and scenery. Starting from the attractive market town of Helmsley, the route crosses the North York Moors National Park, before reaching the coast at Saltburn-by-the-Sea. Then it heads down the North Yorkshire coastline to Filey, just 12m away from Park View Cottage which offers a perfect place to rest and recuperate
Flamborough & Bempton, Wolds Way
So many beautiful walks nearby, the link above takes you to a number of routes of varying distances. The Yorkshire Wolds Way wends for 79 miles – from the banks of the Humber estuary, ending in Filey, The Wolds Way is another beautiful route that is easily accessible from Park View cottage. Alltrails is a great resource for walkers including this 17km circular that takes you all round the coast.
Plenty of cycling routes nearby
Winding its way between Scarborough and Whitby, the Cinder Track is an off road route through the North York Moors National Park, just inland from the stunning North Yorkshire coast. The start of the track in Scarborough is just a 30m drive north from Park View
A fantastic opportunity for natural cycling explore this stunning forest on two wheels. With difficulty ratings from green to black, there’s something for cyclists of all ability. Cycle hire is available if needed – more information is available here
A 237km (147 mile) route. With the highest point only 250m above sea level enjoy a relaxing ride with plenty of picturesque stopping points along the way such as the market town of Beverly, Burton Agnes stately home and Castle Howard
Secure bike storage
At Park View we have an enclosed yard that can be used to securely store bikes whether you use them for a leisurely ride down to Bridlington or adrenaline fuelled mountain biking round Dalby Forest which is a 28 mile / 50m drive away
Golfers spoilt for choice
Known as the ‘friendliest Club on the Coast’, Flamborough Head Golf Club is an 18 hole cliff top links course that has been carefully moulded around the contours of the famous headland which gives the Club its name. Course & Clubhouse are surrounded by panoramic views of the North Sea including both lighthouses, the original of which, known as the Old Beacon, was built circa 1674, and is the only known example in England and can be found on the course next to the 5th tee
Bridlington Links Golf & Leisure
The par 72 course has a distinctive links feel and there’s also a driving range and a 9 hole course for those feeling less energetic. Relax after your game in the clubhouse / restaurant available on site Both members and day visitors are welcome. Enjoy fantastic views towards Bridlington Bay while you enjoy your game
Just over the road, Sewerby Hall itself offers golfing fun. There’s a nine hole pitch and putt surrounded by the beautiful scenery of the parkland and estate suitable for both serious and recreational golfers. On top of that, Sewerby Hall also boasts an 18 hole putting green for a friendly challenge suitable for both children
Another scenic golf course nearby, located just south of Bridlington with view across to South Beach. Opened in 1905, the club holds regular events: it’s Easter Shotgun challenge is coming up on Good Friday so worth investigating for the competitive player! Belvedere Hotel, restaurant, bar and golf shop on site.
Bridlington Bay also offers some less serious but equally competitive golfing experiences. As you walk along the promenade, you’ll pass North Marine Crazy Golf where you’ll be able to have some fun navigating the obstacles, then there’s also Treasure Island Golf which offers undercover golfing fun on a rainy day
Boat trips and water-sports
Offering scenic tours around Flamborough Head to see the spectacular views of North Landing and Thornwick Bay or a long trip to view the famous 300 feet Bempton cliff bird sanctuary, take a ride to experience a unique piece of Bridlington’s fishing boat history
Friendly family run business, Yorkshire Rose is a 38ft fully decked charter vessel. The boat is licensed and fully insured for 12 anglers. The boat leaves Bridlington for trips throughout the year. Rods, reels, bait and hot drinks are included on the trips – check out the website for further information
Bridlington South Beach
If you fancy a spot of wild swimming in the North Sea, or body boarding in the waves, you couldn’t be in a better spot – Bridlington Bay is on the doorstep and other great beaches such as Filey and Scarborough are just a short drive away. Our enclosed garden provides storage for kayaks or other equipment