- Beverley, EnglandThis charming cottage has been lovingly renovated throughout 2023, with many modern touches to ensure you have an unforgettable stay with a little touch of luxury. There is an enclosed rear garden, where you can unwind after a busy day exploring with outdoor seating so that you can make the most of a sunny afternoon. Stepping inside the entire ground floor boasts flag stone flooring with underfloor heating adding a touch of luxury. The modern kitchen has a dining area where you can enjoy each other’s company over dinner or even then later, an evening board game. The living room room boasts a wood burner ensuring you are always cosy even on the chilliest of evenings. There is nothing like bathing in the warm glow of a real fire.
Adjoining the kitchen is a boot room which doubles as a bike and outdoor equipment store, perfect for guests who love the great outdoors. Upstairs are two beautifully presented bedrooms, one with a double bed, the other with zip and link kingsize bed which can be made up as two single beds on request. There is also a shower room on this floor. This is a great choice for couples, as well as friends and families looking for somewhere special.
Cherry Burton is a quaint village with a real sense of community. A warm welcome awaits you at the dog and family friendly pub across the road from cottage which serves wonderful home cooked food and great Sunday dinners. The well stocked village shop is also a few doors away. The surrounding area of the Yorkshire Wolds inspired the famous David Hockney paintings, and walkers and cyclists can enjoy the gentle undulating hills and stunning scenery. Visit the delightful market town of Beverley less than a 10-minute drive away with a beautiful Minster, historical buildings and cobbled streets, bordered by pavement cafés and fine dining restaurants. Beverley hosts spectacular music festivals and numerous farmers’ markets, as well as horse racing at the Westwood racecourse. A day at the races is a great excuse to get dressed up whilst having a flutter.
For days out on the coast, Hornsea is just 30 minutes away with a golden beach stretching for miles all the way to Bridlington. The coastline here is glorious. The port city of Hull is also only 30 minutes away with attractions including The Deep, a huge aquarium housing over 3,500 fish, the Ferens art gallery, the Maritime Museum and the Hull Truck Theatre.£88From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Bridlington, EnglandWest End Lodge can be found nestled within the tiny hamlet of Ulrome, just a mile from the beach midway between the bustling seaside towns of Bridlington and Hornsea on the stunning East Yorkshire coastline.
This attractive lodge offers spacious ground floor accommodation and is perfect for two couples or a small family to relax and enjoy this beautiful part of the world. Step inside into the bright and airy open plan living area. The well-equipped kitchen offers a host of modern appliances including an electric oven and hob, slow cooker and dishwasher. There is plenty of work top space from which to prepare a delicious picnic to enjoy on the beach. The dining table sits to one side and provides the ideal spot for a hearty Yorkshire breakfast before heading out for the day. Deep filled sofas surround the wood burner which will provide a warming ambiance throughout the cooler months. After a long day exploring the local area retire to one of the two beautifully presented. There is a twin and a double to choose from. With deep filled mattresses and luxury soft furnishings you’re guaranteed a great night’s sleep. The accommodation is completed with a house shower room. From the main living area throw open the French doors and enjoy the enclosed, dog friendly garden. A wood-fired hot tub for two sits to one side; just perfect for a spot of star gazing on an evening. Garden furniture is perfectly placed to enjoy an early morning coffee watching the sun rise or for an al fresco evening meal.
The golden sandy beach at Barmston is just a mile away and the local village put is a great place to meet the locals. Bridlington, Filey and Hornsea are along the coast. All three offer a plethora of tea rooms, restaurants and convenience stores. With promenades, arcades and a working harbour there is plenty to do. The stately homes of Sledmere House, Burton Agnes Hall and Sewerby Hall are waiting to be explored. Enjoy a day watching the wildlife spectacle at RSPB Bempton Cliffs or enjoy the tranquility of the Spurn Point Nature Reserve. The Flamborough Heritage Coastline and Yorkshire Wolds offer miles of walking and cycling opportunities. There is even a choice of golf course should you fancy a quick round! This beautifully presented brand new lodge is ideal at any time of the year. Beach 2 miles.£64From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Laytham, EnglandWelcome to Acorn Barn, a charming holiday retreat nestled in the heart of Laytham, Yorkshire. Immerse yourself in the beauty of this picturesque village and let the tranquillity of the surrounding countryside wash over you.
Laytham, with its timeless charm and idyllic landscapes, offers a myriad of activities for guests seeking a perfect blend of relaxation and adventure. Begin your day with a leisurely stroll through the quaint streets, where historic architecture and friendly locals create an inviting atmosphere. The village exudes a sense of serenity that is perfect for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
For outdoor enthusiasts, Laytham boasts an array of scenic walking trails, allowing you to explore the lush, rolling hills and take in breathtaking views of the Yorkshire countryside. The expansive landscapes provide the perfect backdrop for cycling excursions, offering both challenging routes for seasoned cyclists and leisurely paths for those seeking a more relaxed ride.
Discover the rich history of the region by visiting nearby landmarks such as Laytham Castle or immersing yourself in the local culture at the village pub. Indulge in traditional Yorkshire cuisine and savour the warmth of the community, creating memories that will linger long after your stay. During the holiday season, Laytham transforms into a festive wonderland, with charming Christmas markets, twinkling lights, and a joyful atmosphere that will leave you enchanted. Embrace the holiday spirit as you explore the local shops, filled with unique treasures and handmade crafts, making Laytham the perfect destination for a magical winter getaway.
Whether you seek relaxation or adventure, Acorn Barn in Laytham, Yorkshire, offers a gateway to a world of possibilities. Immerse yourself in the charm of this enchanting village and create memories that will last a lifetime. Welcome to your Yorkshire holiday retreat.£60From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Brantingham, EnglandThe owners offer their guests a free daily session with their dog at Hunsdale Fields. Both 3-acre and 5-acre fields are fully enclosed, where each customer has the exclusive use to let their dog exercise off the lead, without the distractions of other dogs or their owners.
Visit England ROSE award winner 2017
This superbly restored, former estate stone cottage offers excellent terraced holiday accommodation in the heart of the village of Brantingham opposite the picturesque village pond and green. It has modern internal features, including high speed fibre broadband, a bespoke kitchen, feature brick barbecue, patio furniture and sun umbrella for an al fresco meal, wood burning stove and an oak staircase, leading to galleried landing with a desk and views of the village green. It has quality oak furniture, and furnishings created with the help of an interior designer. The property also has special lighting, underfloor heating downstairs and in the bathroom, and provides a lovely base to explore the area from or simply relax in. Luxury toiletries, bathrobes and bed linen are also provided. It benefits from a south-facing garden with built-in barbecue and it is only a short walk to the village pub and restaurant. On arrival, guests will receive a hamper of local produce to help them settle in. At Christmas time, it is decorated for that festive cheer.
You might never want to leave the village, but if you do, there is plenty to do in the local area, including Beverley with its cobbled streets, racecourse, minster and courtyards. Hull is only 12 miles away, with its 2017 City of Culture status, museums, Humber Bridge, Hull Truck Theatre and The Deep aquarium. Hull University is only 13 miles away, making Pond View Cottage ideal for parents visiting their children, taster weeks and graduation. Further afield there is Burton Constable Hall, Castle Howard, North York Moors and Xscape Yorkshire (which boasts the country’s biggest real snow slope). York, with its minster, Shambles, museums, nearby Yorkshire Air Museum and boat trips, is 28 miles away. Cyclists and walkers will love the rolling hills and many established walks, including the Yorkshire Wolds Way and Coast to Coast cycle route, which are accessed from outside the door. For those that enjoy a game of golf, Cave Castle, Brough and Hessle golf courses are nearby. Metal detecting (on private land) and fishing can be arranged. Shop ¾ mile, pub and restaurant 200 yards.£81From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Great Hatfield, EnglandSet in 10-acres of beautiful countryside, these contemporary holiday cottages offer lovingly furnished and comfortable holiday accommodation. Four of the cottages enjoy access to a shared central glass atrium, providing an internal patio area. Children and adults alike can enjoy the owners’ collection of farmyard animals including goats, pigs, sheep, ponies, donkeys, and poultry. With a designated dog walk in the grounds, visitors’ pets are made to feel very welcome here too. Mappleton Sands are close by, ideal for summer picnics on the tranquil sandy beach or a cliff top stroll, and a 4-mile drive takes you to the seaside town of Hornsea with The Mere, a birdwatcher’s paradise and where boats can be hired for rowing and fishing. Here you are also within easy reach of the historic town of Beverley with its minster and renowned racecourse, and the award-winning aquarium ’The Deep’, in Hull city centre. There are stately homes at Burton Agnes and Sewerby Hall, and further inland lies the rolling countryside of the Yorkshire Wolds, the inspiration for David Hockney’s famous paintings. Shop 4 miles, pub and restaurant 400 yards. These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 24 guests.£47From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Bridlington, EnglandThis lovely ground floor conversion of a Grade II listed, former station master’s house provides an amazing location for the perfect Yorkshire coastal holiday. The station was designed by Rawlins Gould and opened on the 28th March 1864, closing 100 years later, on 19th October 1964, following the Beeching cuts. The property has been tastefully restored and enjoys some sea views from both bedrooms, and the twin bedroom has a 24" Freeview TV and DVD player.
The sandy beaches are about 200 yards away, and there is a boat compound with launching facilities for boats, ribs and jetskis giving access to the sea. It is centrally located in the unspoilt seaside town of Hornsea, known as ’Lakeland by the Sea’, due to the presence in the town of Yorkshire’s largest natural freshwater lake, Hornsea Mere. Not only is the property close to the beach and promenade with its cafés and fish and chip shops, but it is also a short level stroll from the heritage town centre with its museum, shops, restaurants, cafés, bars and public parks, making it an ideal base for those wanting to relax and enjoy the area. Within just a few hundred yards of Station House you will find an indoor soft play facility and Hornsea’s main leisure centre, which offers an indoor heated swimming pool, gym, café and other facilities. Hornsea is also the finishing point for the Trans Pennine Way; from your doorstep you can cycle or walk through the town and out into open countryside on these wonderful, largely level, maintained leisure trails. Activities locally also include sailing and bird watching at Hornsea Mere, Hornsea Golf Course, Freeport shopping centre, Honeysuckle Farm and there is a boat compound with launching facilities. Further afield you’ll find The Deep (a huge aquarium) at Hull and, of course, Bridlington, Scarborough, York, Filey and Flamborough. Whatever the weather, and however you like to spend your holidays, either relaxing or being active, a stay at Station House in Hornsea will surely delight. Shop, pub and restaurant ¼ mile.£50From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Beverley, EnglandSet in 10-acres of beautiful countryside, these contemporary holiday cottages offer lovingly furnished and comfortable holiday accommodation. Four of the cottages enjoy access to a shared central glass atrium, providing an internal patio area. Children and adults alike can enjoy the owners’ collection of farmyard animals including goats, pigs, sheep, ponies, donkeys, and poultry. With a designated dog walk in the grounds, visitors’ pets are made to feel very welcome here too. Mappleton Sands are close by, ideal for summer picnics on the tranquil sandy beach or a cliff top stroll, and a 4-mile drive takes you to the seaside town of Hornsea with The Mere, a birdwatcher’s paradise and where boats can be hired for rowing and fishing. Here you are also within easy reach of the historic town of Beverley with its minster and renowned racecourse, and the award-winning aquarium ’The Deep’, in Hull city centre. There are stately homes at Burton Agnes and Sewerby Hall, and further inland lies the rolling countryside of the Yorkshire Wolds, the inspiration for David Hockney’s famous paintings. Shop 4 miles, pub and restaurant 400 yards. These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 24 guests.£51From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Brandesburton, EnglandSituated on a working arable farm, this detached holiday cottage is perfect for large family gatherings. With a patio, spacious garden and playing field with football posts for sunny afternoons, an open fire for cosy winter evenings, and a large games room with a full-sized snooker table for rainy days, the property is ideal at any time of year. There are numerous walks from the doorstep and an abundance of wildlife, including otters and kingfishers on the nearby river, where fishing is available (own rod licence required). Within 3 miles there is Hainsworth Park golf club and 2 watersports activity centres at Fosse Hill and Billabong. The village of Brandesburton offers a convenient selection of amenities including 2 pubs, a fish and chip restaurant, Chinese takeaway and restaurant, newsagent, butchers and a deli. The coastal resorts of Hornsea, Bridlington, Filey and Scarborough, with their traditional seaside attractions and miles of sandy beaches, are easily accessible. The medieval market town of Beverley, 11 miles, boasts an attractive blend of past and present, with its 13th-century minster and renowned racecourse. There are stately homes at Burton Agnes, Burton Constable and Sewerby Hall, and for birdwatchers, RSPB Bempton and Hornsea Mere are not to be missed. Shop, pub and restaurant 3 miles.£171From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Bridlington, EnglandPeacefully situated on a private road, this tastefully furnished mews holiday cottage has been renovated to a very good standard in contemporary style and enjoys a sunny courtyard and private parking. Conveniently located close to both the town centre and the award-winning sandy beaches it provides an excellent base to enjoy Bridlington. Take the land train to Sewerby Hall and Gardens, visit the Bondville Model Village and walk along the dramatic cliff tops to the RSPB nature reserve. Further afield are the picturesque villages and stunning scenery of the Yorkshire Wolds and the neighbouring resorts of Hornsea and Withernsea. Shops 100 yards, pub 50 yards, restaurant 300 yards.£44From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Hornsea, EnglandGarden Cottage is an attractive, semi-detached period property with chocolate box appeal, both inside and out. It is situated on one of the oldest roads in Hornsea, just a pleasant 5-minute stroll from the seafront and the town centre. The cottage itself is over 200-years old and together with the adjoining coach house formed part of a large estate belonging to one of Hull’s ship building families. The property is spacious and has been tastefully decorated throughout including original local artwork. The beamed living room is cosy with its bay widow seat and coal effect fire. Both bedrooms are again spacious benefitting from a TV and en-suite facilities. A gated driveway and outdoor seating area provide a private spot to sit and relax.
A 5-minute walk takes you to the seafront, with its pretty landscaped promenade and sandy beaches. There is also a boat compound with launching facilities. The Leisure Centre is located on the seafront where you will find a heated swimming pool, gymnasium, squash courts and café. The cottage is also only a short walk from Hornsea Mere, Yorkshire’s largest freshwater lake which gave the area its name, ‘Lakeland by the Sea’. Along with the opportunity to see some wonderful wildlife you will find rowing, sailing boats and a small putting green. Hall Garth Park is also nearby, from here you could wander through the tree-lined park to the town centre, with its museum, small, independent shops, restaurants (including whiteheads - 2023 best uk fish and chip shop), alfresco cafe’s and bars. There is also a further selection of shops at Hornsea Freeport located at the other side of the town, with a children’s soft play area and bugtopia experience. As Hornsea is the finishing point for the Trans Pennine Way, the cottage provides the perfect base for cycling. There is a well maintained trail by the seafront which takes you along the old railway line, providing a largely level route with various adjoining countryside cycle tracks.
Hornsea is an unspoilt seaside town with an unassuming charm. It has everything you need for a seaside holiday and is close to the busier resorts of Bridlington and Scarborough. You could drive or catch a bus to the beautiful market town of Beverley, or visit Hull, the UK’s City of Culture 2017 and home to The Deep Aquarium. There are also various stately homes and gardens to visit within half and hours’ drive and the Yorkshire Wolds, made famous by artist David Hockney, are also close by. Shop 300 yards, pub and restaurant 500 yards.£99From price per night based on 7 night stay