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Have a wander around Hornsea

Set on the coast of Yorkshire, known for its beautiful Blue Flag Beach and its distinctive Bettison folly, Hornsea sums up everything about the archetypal British seaside resort. Whether you're delving into its history at the folk museum and its locally famous folly, rock pooling with the kids, or treating yourself to a bit of retail therapy or a meal out, Hornsea has countless memories waiting to be made.

Welcome to Hull

Historically one of Yorkshire's most significant maritime settlements, Hull is now a unique and modern city that's full of surprises. Its popular quayside is full of wonderful restaurants like Leonardo's, the bustling shopping centre Princes Quay, and the Hull maritime museum, which tells the city's fascinating and, at times, turbulent story. If you're visiting with kids, The Deep aquarium is a hugely popular attraction, and fun for all the family.

Burton Constable Hall - a historic gem in Yorkshire's crown

Burton Constable Hall and Grounds is one of the most popular historical attractions in Yorkshire, and certainly worth a visit when you're visiting Hornsea. Take a tranquil walk around its beautiful, historic grounds and woodland trails, then explore the incredible hall itself, marvelling at its fine art, intricately detailed furniture, and fascinating, historic artefacts.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Hornsea? Travelodge Hull Central Hotel is a 40-minute drive away, and Travelodge Hull South Cave Hotel can be reached in three quarters of an hour.