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  1. Undiscovered Towns in East Yorkshire

    East Yorkshire is so much more than the coast and the Yorkshire Wolds - although they are amazing and no one can deny that - East Yorkshire is heritage, industry and delightful town centre settings. From pretty canal walks, to towering Minsters, iconic structures and local independent businesses, immerse yourself in East Yorkshire heritage, experience life as a local and refresh your mind from the bustle of daily life. After a day of exploring East Yorkshire where do you see yourself resting, relaxing and reflecting on your day of discovery? Here’s some of our top picks to help you out in 2021.

    1 Dec 2020
  2. Top Coastal Getaways blog

    We’re all looking for the perfect pic that sums up our time to somewhere amazing. When friends ask ‘where have you been’ and ‘what did you do’ - we all want to respond with a series of fab photos to make them wish they had been there too.

    4 Feb 2021

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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…

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 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…

Wold Cottage B&B, East Yorkshire

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

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…

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. Wander bench near South Cave on the Yorkshire Wolds.
    Wander bench near South Cave on the Yorkshire Wolds
    Wander bench near South Cave on the Yorkshire Wolds.
    Wander bench near South Cave on the Yorkshire Wolds

    Address

    Little Wold Plantation, South Cave, HU15 2BE

    Telephone

    01439 770657

    South Cave

    Type

    Type:

    Themed Trail

    Little Wold plantation is near South Cave and is the first WANDER bench plotted on the Yorkshire Wolds Way route.

    Image by @rachmf7

  2. An image of an icon of candyfloss, representing a variety of fun things to do with the family

    Address

    Withernsea Adventure Playground, The Hut, The Hut, Station Road, Withernsea, East Yorkshire, HU19 2QA

    Telephone

    01482 395281

    Station Road, Withernsea

    Type

    Type:

    Children's Playground

    The adventure playground is free of charge for all children and young people. Children under 8 are very welcome but must have a responsible adult with them at all times.

  3. Wander bench at Sherburn Brow on the Yorkshire Wolds.

    Address

    Sherburn, YO17 8RG

    Telephone

    01439 770657

    Type

    Type:

    Themed Trail

    Stop at the bench here at Sherburn Brow, near Manor Wold Farm, on the edge of the Wolds, looking north across the wide valley to the North York Moors.

  4. A suspended bronze jerkin, part of the Beverley Medieval Guilds and Crafts Trails, East Yorkshire
    A Jester's hat on a lamp post, part of the Beverley Medieval Guilds & Crafts trails, East Yorkshire.
    Glove on a bench, part of the Beverley Medieval Guilds & Crafts trails, East Yorkshire
    A suspended bronze jerkin, part of the Beverley Medieval Guilds and Crafts Trails, East Yorkshire
    A Jester's hat on a lamp post, part of the Beverley Medieval Guilds & Crafts trails, East Yorkshire.
    Glove on a bench, part of the Beverley Medieval Guilds & Crafts trails, East Yorkshire

    Address

    Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 0AB

    Telephone

    01482 391672

    Beverley

    Type

    Type:

    Town Trail

    Take a step back in time, discover what life was like in Medieval Beverley. Stroll from the North Bar towards the Beverley Beck, discovering the trail's 40 unique sculptures which depict the guilds and trades of the area.

  5. Enclosure Rites in Wintringham on the Yorkshire Wolds.
    Enclosure Rites in Wintringham on the Yorkshire Wolds.
    Enclosure Rites in Wintringham on the Yorkshire Wolds.
    Enclosure Rites in Wintringham on the Yorkshire Wolds.

    Address

    West Farm, Knapton Brow, Malton, YO17 8JG

    Telephone

    01439 770657

    Knapton Brow

    Type

    Type:

    Themed Trail

    Creation of a new resting and view point, which takes inspiration from the ancient archaeological remains found in this area whilst reinstating an old farming practice, the dew pond, to enhance the view as a sky mirror and contribute to biodiversity.

  6. Wander bench at Camp Dale, Folkton Wold in the Yorkshire Wolds.

    Address

    Folkton Wold, YO11 3UJ

    Telephone

    01439 770657

    Type

    Type:

    Themed Trail

    Set in lovely and peaceful Camp Dale at Folkton Wold, and the final WANDER bench stop along the Yorkshire Wolds Way route.

  7. 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

    Type

    Type:

    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.

  8. A promenade along the Transpennine trail, East Yorkshire

    Address

    Hornsea, East Yorkshire, HU18 1TH

    Telephone

    01482 391520

    Type

    Type:

    Town Trail

    Soak up Hornsea’s beautiful coastline as you walk, run or stroll along the award-winning Promenade, with views south to the spire of Mappleton Church and north to the light houses and white cliffs of Flamborough.

  9. Spurn point beach and lighthouse in East Yorkshire

    Address

    Spurn Point, Kilnsea, HU12 0UB

    Telephone

    01262 673474

    Kilnsea

    Type

    Type:

    Cross Country Driving Route

    The Lighthouse Trail begins at Spurn Point, a sandy spit of land at the mouth of the River Humber and travels North through Withernsea to the chalk cliffs of Flamborough. The entire trail is about 45 miles.

  10. An image of an icon of a walking boot

    Address

    Burstwick, East Yorkshire, HU12 9EH

    Telephone

    01482 395211

    East Yorkshire

    Type

    Type:

    Walking Route

    Enjoy an easy, circular walk along a section of the former Hull to Withernsea railway line.

  11. An image of an icon of a walking boot

    Address

    East Riding Leisure Withernsea, Station Road, Withernsea, HU19 2QA

    Telephone

    01482 395211

    Withernsea

    Type

    Type:

    Walking Route

  12. An image of an icon of a walking boot

    Address

    East Riding Leisure Withernsea, Station Road, Withernsea, HU19 2QA

    Telephone

    01482 395211

    Withernsea

    Type

    Type:

    Walking Route

    A circular walk, partly around the town and returning along the promenade.

  13. The lock gates at Pocklington canal in East Yorkshire.

    Address

    YO42 2AR

    Telephone

    01482 391672

    Type

    Type:

    Town Trail

    A walk around the Market Town of Pocklington

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

    Address

    YO42 2AR

    Telephone

    01759 305079

    Type

    Type:

    Town Trail

    Pocklington Lily Trail, an innovative idea to encourage visitors to the town to visit the Burnby Hall Gardens and vice versa.
    Simply follow the metal studs in the footpath from the Gardens to the town centre and back!

  15. An image of an icon of a walking boot

    Address

    YO42 2AR

    Telephone

    01482 391672

    Type

    Type:

    Walking Route

    Discover a circuit of the Wolds chalk landscape. Chalk covers an area extending from Reims in the south, to Flamborough Head, where it disappears under the North Sea.

    Ray Wallis described his route in a clockwise direction starting from…

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

    Address

    Goole, East Yorkshire, DN14 9AA

    Telephone

    01482 640852

    Type

    Type:

    Town Trail

    A wheelchair friendly easy circular walk of 4.5 miles with splendid views of the magnificent Cowick Hall. The walk embraces both East and West Cowick, including Cowick Church and the former brewery.

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

    Address

    Goole, East Yorkshire, DN14 9AA

    Telephone

    01482 640852

    Type

    Type:

    Town Trail

    A very pleasant circular walk of 4.25 miles through the countryside around Snaith and Cowick.

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

    Address

    Goole, East Yorkshire, DN14 9JJ

    Telephone

    01482 640852

    Type

    Type:

    Town Trail

    An easy stroll around the town Of Snaith to learn about the rich heritage of this medieval market settlement and its beautiful Priory Church. 1.5 miles of wheelchair friendly walking.

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

    Address

    Norfolk Street, New Walk, Beverley, HU17 7DR

    Telephone

    01482 391672

    New Walk

    Type

    Type:

    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.

  20. Spurn Beach in East Yorkshire.

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    Address

    Spurn Point, Spurn National Nature Reserve, Spurn Head, HU12 0UG

    Telephone

    01482 395211

    Spurn Head

    Type

    Type:

    Walking Route

    Look across the Stony Binks and Greedy Gut from this narrow tongue of sand, and see if you can spot a seal or two.

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