Hornsea hotels

Hornsea hotels

Hornsea YorkshireThe Hornsea hotels listed below are either in the town or we have given a rough guide as to how far they are from Hornsea. From Hornsea you can explore the rolling hills of the Yorkshire Wolds stretching from the chalk cliffs at Flamborough to the Humber Estuary at Hessle. The highest point in the Wolds is at the top of Garrowby Hill which is situated on the A166. The Yorkshire Wolds predominantly comprises of chalk, and the rich soil is ideal for wild flowers as well as crops such as wheat, barley, oil seed rape and potatoes. We hope you enjoy your stay and find your ideal accommodation from our list of Hornsea hotels.

Hornsea is a small holiday town next to the sandy beaches of the North Sea. Hornsea Mere, the largest lake in Yorkshire, is a result of the last Ice age. The Mere is only three-quarters of a mile from the North Sea, two miles long, three-quarters of a mile wide at 11 or 12 feet deep. Hornsea is situated midway between Flamborough Head to the North and Spurn Point in the South. The town has good pub, restaurant and shopping facilities. The town centre is a conservation area with historic houses dating back to the 15th century. Hornsea is renowned for the famous Pottery. Hornsea Museum is an award winning reflection of North Holderness village life and sited in an 18th Century farmhouse.

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AttractionsHornsea Museum, Burns Farm, 11 - 15 Newbegin, Hornsea, East Yorkshire HU18 1AB Tel: 01964 533443 The award-winning Folk museum of North Holderness village life is sited in an 18th century farmhouse. The museum reflects the changing patterns of village life over the passing centuries. Over the years it has won numerous national awards and has been featured on television several times. www.hornseamuseum.com. (Photo right). Location: In the centre of Hornsea.

Hornsea Museum

visitor attractions

Attractions Hornsea Mere is the largest freshwater lake in Yorkshire, situated only three-quarters of a mile from the North Sea. It covers 467 acres, compared with Semerwater’s 80, and is two miles long, three-quarters of a mile wide at its broadest part, and at the most 11 or 12 feet deep. The mere owes its origin to the glacial deposits that formed Holderness, after the last Ice age. This shallow nutrient-rich lake attracts a variety of wintering waterfowl and passage migrants. Location: On the outskirts of Hornsea.

Hornsea Mere

Attractions Freeport Hornsea Outlet Village, Rolston Road, Hornsea HU18 1UT. Tel: 01964 534 211. East Riding of Yorkshire's top visitor venue with shopping and leisure attractions. Freeport Hornsea offers beautiful landscaped surroundings, charming village atmosphere with a friendly, relaxed and fun environment. It has great places to eat and drink, leisure attractions, all located within easy reach of the beach and other regional attractions. Location: On the outskirts of Hornsea.

Hornsea Freeport

Attractions Flamborough Head, Flamborough, Bridlington, Yorkshire, YO15
Flamborough Head is a rocky chalk headland, famous for its chalk cliffs, up to 130 metres in height, which are home to one of the largest sites of nesting sea birds in England and boasting a rare colony of gannets. The cliff top walk is a birdspotter's paradise with oyster catchers, gulls, eider ducks, and cormorants. As well as its distinctive white cliffs, there are coves, sea caves and stacks along the coastline.
About 15 miles north of Hornsea.

 Flamborough Head

Attractions Honeysuckle Farm, Bewholme Lane, Hornsea, East Yorkshire, HU18 1BY. Tel: 01964 533873. Horses, Donkeys, Cows, Goats, Pigs, Sheep, Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Fish. Outdoor Play Area and more. Location: On the outskirts of Hornsea.

Hornsea Honeysuckle Farm

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For hotels accommodation in other areas nearby see Scunthorpe hotels & Market Weighton hotels.

Hornsea - Local Information. MUSEUM Hornsea 01964 533443 - Library Hornsea 01964 532561 - Leisure Centre Hornsea 01964 533366 - Town Council Hornsea 01964 532252 - Police Hornsea 01964 532133 - Marlet Place Pharmacy Hornsea 01964 532967 - TSB Bank Hornsea 0845-300 0000 - HSBC Bank Hornsea 0845-740 4404 - Please use links below for attractions in this area

Telephoning Hornsea from abroad - To dial a number in Hornsea from outside the UK: dial the International Access Code of the country you are calling from - follow that by the Country Code for the country you are calling to (44 for the UK) - dial the local area code omitting the initial ‘0’ e.g. for London 020 becomes 20 - dial the phone number of the person you want to call in Hornsea

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