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East Yorkshire

  1. Brand new for 2020 the Walking East Yorkshire Festival website gives you all the tips you need to make the most of the region.
  2. Wolds Getaway Blog
    The Yorkshire Wolds Way National Trail is a 79-mile walking route that follows the crescent of the enchanting Yorkshire Wolds.
  3. An image of a couple walking along the cliff tops at South Landing.
    A 16 mile walk around Flamborough's heritage coast.
  4. An image of a couple in a poppy field.
    Find out what some of the locals think is the best walk in East Yorkshire.
    4 Feb 2021

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The bar at the Ship Inn Sewerby, East Yorkshire

Our food offering is traditional pub grub with a twist, we offer Vegetarian and Vegan dishes along…

Wold Cottage B&B, East Yorkshire

Georgian Manor House in Yorkshire Wolds. Deliciously Yorkshire Breakfast Winners. Speciality free…

An image of a bedside table and lamp at Saltmarshe Hall.

Saltmarshe Hall is a historic 19th century stately home located in mature parkland in the secluded…

The exterior and lovely gardens of Sledmere House in East Yorkshire.

One of Yorkshire's most beautiful houses, with some of England's finest plasterwork, award-winning…

The Living room of a lodge in South Cliff Holiday Park in Bridlington, East Yorkshire

South Cliff Holiday Park is situated 300 yards from clean, safe, sandy beaches, 1 mile south of…

A fine cut of meat and vegetables served at The Granary Bistro, in East Yorkshire

Rustic Riddle is a grade 2 listed granary building, renovated to retain as many original features…

An autumn sunset at Tophill Low Nature Reserve, Driffield in East Yorkshire.

The reserve is an active Yorkshire Water Treatment Works supplying Hull from two huge reservoirs…

The outdoor seating area including firepit, taken at sunset at Broadgate Farm Cottages, Walkington, East Yorkshire.

Stunning award winning barn conversions - Broadgate Farm holiday cottages are just two miles from…

The  Treehouse lodge at Wolds Edge Holiday Lodges, Bishop Wilton in East Yorkshire.

Nestled in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside are seven carefully designed lodges, two lovingly…

William's Den..where the best adventures happen!

Do you remember being small and in awe of the spaces around you. In the eyes of a child, even the…

Wold Cottage self catering, East Yorkshire

Choose from a beautiful selection of cottages, The Granary, The Hayloft, Miss Wells Garden Room…

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  1. Time and Waves Wander art on the Yorkshire Wolds Way in East Yorkshire
    Time and Waves Wander art on the Yorkshire Wolds Way in East Yorkshire
    Time and Waves Wander art on the Yorkshire Wolds Way in East Yorkshire
    Time and Waves Wander art on the Yorkshire Wolds Way in East Yorkshire

    Address

    Thixendale, YO17 8HX

    Telephone

    01439 770657

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    Themed Trail

    A beautiful dry valley site at the junction of three characteristic Wolds dry valleys (Worm Dale, Thixendale and Bradeham Dale) with panoramic 'big skies' above.

  2. An image of an icon of a wayside finger-post, showing three directions

    Address

    253 Hull Road (Private Residence), Hessle, Hull, HU13 9NP

    Telephone

    01482 223559

    Hessle

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    Town Trail

    Elsewhere, this Larkin journey is no longer linear and visits several significant locations peppered around the East Riding. Six miles from Cottingham lies another suburban village, Hessle, former home of Larkin's first publishers.

  3. A couple walking near North Bar, Beverley in East Yorkshire.

    Address

    Norfolk Street, New Walk, Beverley, HU17 7DR

    Telephone

    01482 391672

    New Walk

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    Town Trail

    The Beastly Beverley Trail is made up of two outdoor trails exploring the darker side of Beverley's history. The North Trails begins on Norfolk Street - you can start the South Trail from Beverley Minster.

  4. Crab sculpture on Withernsea Fish Trail

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    The Meridian Centre, 201 Queen Street, Withernsea, East Yorkshire, HU19 2HH

    Telephone

    01964 614984

    Withernsea

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    Town Trail

    Inspired by Hull Fish Trail, Withernsea school pupils created a fish trail for their own home town. Each location has a link to the town's fishing industry or fishing along the Holderness Coast, with the markers resembling fish found in the area.…

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