Bempton Cliffs Nature Reserve (Bempton) Reviews
Description:Address: 11 Cliff Lane / Bempton Cliffs / Bridlington / East Yorkshire / YO15 3 / Telephone: +44 (0) 1262 851 533 / The ... more
Bempton Cliffs Nature Reserve (Bempton) ... white cliffs of the Yorkshire coast are home to almost a quarter of a million seabirds. This beautiful conservation area is not only for keen birdwatchers, but for everyone to enjoy. Guided tours are also available.
Newest Review: ... for as long as you want to stay there. Entrance to the reserve is free and you enter it through a small well stocked shop selling a variety of bird related items, such as stuffed puffins, key rings, magnets, hats, books and bird food, to binoculars and Bempton themed items such as a carrier bag tidy, a canvas bag, and a tea towel. There is also a small kiosk which sells drinks and snacks and ... more
Customer Bempton Cliffs Nature Reserve (Bempton) Reviews (3)
by - written on 08/07/13 (Very useful, 9 readings)
Bempton Cliffs RSPB Nature Reserve is situated on the East Yorkshire Coast just outside of Bridlington. The reserve is well signed posted from the main road, but beware once you leave the main road the roads then become narrow, just one car wide, and have passing places at regular intervals on alternate sides, they are also very windy and a little bumpy. But don't let this put you off visiting the place, the road to the reserve has a lovely view out to see. Once you reach the reserve there is a pay and display car park, it was £5 per car on our recent visit, but RSPB members can park for free, and that's for as long as you want to stay there. Entrance to the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/07/10 (Very useful, 110 readings)
As a long time nature lover and someone with a genuine enthusiasm for birdwatching, there is very little that I enjoy more than a day out on a nature reserve. But even in my slightly puzzling view of 'fun', sitting solo in a hide on a freezing cold day with only a thermos flask for company isn't the ultimate in winter entertainment, and I am therefore doing my very best to infect all of my housemates with my birding addiction. However, birdwatching is an activity that to your average student ranks somewhere between lawn bowls and doing the times crossword: so to try and keep everyone happy, we all piled into my friend's little green Fiat Panta and beetled off along the .. Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/10 (Very useful, 75 readings)
A few minutes off the main road between Filey and Bridlington on the Yorkshire coast is the RSPB reserve of Bempton Cliffs, home to thousands of sea birds. We visited recently on a week away in the area, in fact the holiday was planned around visiting this reserve as my 21 month old son loves watching birds so I thought he would enjoy it here. The reserve is easy to find as it is signposted from the main road, there is a fairly large car park which costs £3.50 to park in for as long as you want. A word of warning here, you have to pay at a meter and it does not accept notes, cards or payment by mobile phones so make sure you have some change with ... Read the complete review
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