Where to Stay in East Yorkshire

Fun family holiday park or rustic rural retreat; a boutique hotel in an historic market town or a glamping site in the grounds of a stately home, whatever type of accommodation makes a holiday special for you, you’ll find it here in beautiful East Yorkshire.


Stay within your budget in East Yorkshire

Finding the best accommodation is all about discovering somewhere special that’s in the right location, at the right price, with all the amenities you and your family want for your holiday. Get the best value for your money staying in some of East Yorkshire gems, from seafront B&Bs to well-equipped camping and caravan sites and countryside lodges with spectacular landscape views.

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Camp, glamp or caravan in East Yorkshire

Stay in one of our many seaside caravan parks with a swimming pool, playground and a friendly welcome, or for the simplicity of enjoying the great outdoors you could be sleeping under the stars at a choice of family camping sites. If the feel of being close to nature is more your style East Yorkshire has beautiful woodland lodges with hot tubs just waiting for you to enjoy with a bottle of champagne, and even a luxury tree house at Wolds Edge, which is as comfortable as it is unusual.

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East Yorkshire’s self catering options

Rural cottages with open fires and state of the art facilities, Georgian town houses full of exquisite food and period features and seaside apartments a stones throw to the beach, there are plenty of self catering options to choose from. We also have hundreds of great cottages both in and out of town, and woodland lodges too, so whether it’s field, farm, coast or countryside, we have somewhere special that’s just right for you.

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Have an East Yorkshire hotel stay

The region has a hotel in a castle, complete with four poster beds and its own spa, and a stunning a 19th century stately home with suites and gourmet dining, rustic buildings lovingly restored into the decadent Highfield, to name but a few. Whether you want to be in Beverley town centre, or overlooking the Bridlington Bay, you’ll find a choice family friendly hotels or luxury stays across the region.

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Pet friendly stays in East Yorkshire

Paws at the ready, to bring your favourite furry companion on holiday with you! Many East Yorkshire accommodation providers have thought of your 4-legged family members too, because the region has lots of dog friendly accommodation choices and even some where you can bring your horse! Use the search bar to find dog friendly accommodation.


So, whether you like the freedom of self-catering, the natural joys of camping, the fun of a caravan or the comfort of a hotel, you’ll find lots of good reasons, and places, to stay in East Yorkshire.

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