East Riding of Yorkshire Council's coastal services team has unveiled special offers on chalet hire in Bridlington.
People who book either one midweek day, or one whole week, in low season will receive another absolutely free. The beach chalets in Bridlington are located at Princess Mary Promenade, North Marine Drive, South Cliff and Belvedere. They are the perfect base for a day on the beach, equipped with power and access to running water.
Coastal services manager Kirsty Salisbury said: "The chalets are hugely popular, and make an ideal base to relax and enjoy a cup of tea or a sandwich!"
Bookings must be made in advance, but can be taken between 21 March and 17 July, and are subject to availability. The cheapest week will be free, subject to availability, and the free week must be taken this year- the offer does not include May half term holiday.
Bookings can be made by calling 01262 678255, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The team can also offer Spring Lets on chalets in Bridlington - eight consecutive weeks' hire from 21 March to 15 May or 28 March to 22 May. Spring Lets offer the chalets at the buy one get one free price with a small additional discount.
Kirsty Salisbury added : "Spring Lets are selling fast and numbers are limited, so if you would like a longer let in a chalet over spring at a discounted price, please contact the team."
Payment in full is required at the time of booking.
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