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We are under 2 hours from Leeds and 1 hour from junction 37 of the M62, and 1 hour from the North Sea Ferry Terminal at Hull, ideal for visitors from Europe.
We are on the East Coast of yorkshire in the Fishing Vilage of Flamborough which lies between Scarborough and Bridlington. Our website has a map for you to look at.
Today's visitor can enjoy the splendid cliff top walks all around the Headland. The Iron Age rampart is now part of Dane's Dyke, a wooded country park with a beach and long leafy walks. St. Oswald's Church is open most days and the two Lighthouses can be viewed by appointment. Close to the village centre is the ruin of an old Norman Keep, now protected by cows and sheep instead of guards!
Alternatively there are plenty of good places to eat and drink and more importantly rest and relax
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