Another Little Holiday in Yorkshire 9th - 15th July Part 4
And that brings us to the end of this 'holiday' and also to the end of an era - but more on that later!! We've spent this last week visiting grand houses, doing lots of walking, just a little bit of cycling, and on some days we've done nothing much at all!
Saturday saw us visit the nearby Georgian Grade I listed Sewerby Hall which has stunning views over Bridlington and the coast, and it's a place we've passed by without calling in on many occasions.
|The main part of the house was built between 1714 and 1720
but was later added to in 1808 and 1830
|Rosie is a Humboldt Penguin who was born on 20th April 1990 and has since reared 3 chicks!
The other bit of interesting info about her is that at 32 she is possibly the oldest Humboldt
in the world!
|This was just one of many
|A Replica Lighthouse that we found
on the Coastal Path
|And the Birthday Boy viewed through
|Butterfly City at Sewerby
|Coasty at Flamborough
|Migration 'The Dance of Life'
at North Landing