Gaze at an historic minster Near Lund
The tiny village of Lund rests in the scenic countryside of the East Riding of Yorkshire, just a 15-minute drive from the market town of Beverley, home to the stunning 15th century gothic masterpiece of Beverely Minster. The small shop there (closed on Sundays) sells souvenirs, while the Minster offers digital, self-guided tours of this stunning piece of architecture.
Explore Hull, UK City of Culture 2017
In just 30 minutes, go from the sleepy village of Lund to the buzzing hub of Hull, East Yorkshire's largest city. 2017's UK City of Culture, Hull boasts a vibrant art scene. Ferens Art Gallery played host to the renowned Turner Prize in 2017, while the revamped Seven Seas Fish Trail offers a winding, open-air tour of the city's fascinating maritime heritage. Literary enthusiasts can spot a statue dedicated to 17th century poet Andrew Marvell who was born in Hull, on Market Square.
Majestic landscapes in the North York Moors
Lund is ideal as a base for exploring the vast expanses of North York Moors National Park, just a 45-minute drive to the north. For bracing walks, head for the imperious cliffs of the North Sea coast in the park's eastern extremes, home to the charming seaside resort of Whitby. To the south west and south east, walkers are rewarded with the largest concentration of ancient trees in over 300 square kilometres of unspoilt woodland. Planning a trip to Lund? Travelodge Hull South Cave Hotel is just a 30-minute drive, and offers easy access to sites in the city centre. Travelodge York Hotel is 45-minutes away, and is well placed for the Moors.