Introduction to East Yorkshire
From the high windswept chalky cliff tops at Bempton and the sandy shoreline and nature reserve of the Spurn Peninsula to the picturesque postcard villages which nestle in the rolling countryside, East Yorkshire is an undiscovered gem.
From pretty little coves to sandy beaches; great cycling and walking routes; quaint little towns and villages; sites of historical interest; Hull -city of Culture, 2017 and an endless amount of attractions for visitors to enjoy, East Yorkshire offers something for everyone.
The Wolds of East Yorkshire are rolling chalk uplands providing breathtaking views and a sense of space and freedom. The ever changing skies create a perfect backdrop to the colours of the seasons.
The long spindly finger of Spurn Point marks the gateway for East Yorkshire to international visitors who seek out a wealth of fun and innumerable different experiences along with the different perceptions of Yorkshire.
Combine a visit to East Yorkshire with a stay in quality countryside accommodation by booking a Farm Stay Self Catering, B&B or Glamping property from the selection below.
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