Things to Do/Places to Visit in East Yorkshire
Whether cycling or strolling from village pubs or taking a more strenuous hike across the dramatic landscapes, East Yorkshire offers a paradise of views, hidden trails and delightful countryside all year round.
Bird watchers are well catered for with the largest sea bird colony in the country at Bempton, the bird reserve at Spurn Point where many migratory birds stop off and the largest freshwater lake at Hornsea Mere.
For the golfer there are championship golf courses to whet the appetite. Other areas of interest include the spectacular Humber Bridge, the ocean discovery of The Deep in Hull, the wonderful Hull Marina and Fort Paull, a military Napoleonic Fort with a labyrinth of tunnels.
Burnby Hall is home to the largest collection of water lilies in Europe.
Lots to do for children with Honeysuckle Farm petting farm at Hornsea, William's Den Adventure Play near Beverley, Hi-Lo Ropes or just a day at one of the many beaches.
Take a look at the selection of accommodation available in East Yorkshire, listed below to find your ideal holiday or short break in this lovely area.
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