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Bridlington Links launches phase two

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A vision to transform local golf club, Bridlington Links, into a leading leisure location on the east coast is about to enter a second phase of development ahead of schedule.

The Heritage Park concept was devised in late 2004, but with three quarters of the leisure lodges already sold, plans are afoot to build a 23-bedroom hotel, fully heated indoor swimming pool, and floodlit tennis courts.
 
Phil Hancock, Managing Director of Bridlington Links, says, “We made a specific choice to target retirees, second home buyers and investors. We knew they would not compromise on quality, so we made sure that the product we offered was of the highest standards and would do justice to such an attractive location.

“That meant handling everything from park infrastructure and lodge design, build and décor to completely renovating our function room, restaurant, bar and golf facilities. It’s been an incredible journey in such a short space of time but the results have been phenomenal.”

Phil believes the new development will widen Bridlington Links’ appeal to customers and help to secure its reputation as the leisure location of choice in Yorkshire.

“We can offer fantastic golf, spectacular cliff-top scenery and stunning views over Bridlington Bay,” he adds. “We’ve also worked incredibly hard to develop a really fantastic leisure lodge, which is beautifully designed and built to meet full building regulations. The combination of a superb home in a fantastic location makes this an un-missable opportunity.”

Several of the park’s new owners have bought their homes as investment opportunities – to offer as short-term lets to holiday makers.

Bridlington Links is just a few minutes drive away from Bridlington and the historic fishing village of Flamborough. It is also close to Sewerby Hall, while Danes Dyke, a dramatic natural ravine, is immediately to the north, with the soaring chalk cliffs of Bempton close by. The Yorkshire Wolds are within easy reach and the travelling time to York, Hull and Beverley is under an hour.

For details of Heritage Park, tel: 01262 401702, or see the website: www.bridlington-links.co.uk.

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