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Highlights in Hornsea
- Amusing tropical zoos
- Curious historical buildings
- Peaceful nature environment
- Plenty of family-friendly attractions
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The ancient town of Hornsea provides a peaceful atmosphere and quaint cottages just minutes from the blue flag beach for a relaxing weekend away. Hornsea is an excellent choice if you are looking for peace and quiet. You'll find a selection of attractions for all the family, as well as extensive gardens, cafés and farmhouses to keep you entertained on those days away on the coast.Splendid cottages with sea views and hot tubs
For your stay you can find charming cottages for couples and large groups of up to twelve people. Hornsea's properties offer impeccable spaces, ocean views, roof terraces for sunbathing, spacious gardens with plenty of room for your dog to run around and hot tubs for you to relax in at night.
Travellers and activities
In the pleasant town of Hornsea, the long sand and shingle beach provides a great picnic spot, plus a long promenade with gardens and telescopes where you can look out over the headland of Flamborough to the north. You'll also find a café near the beach where couples can enjoy a snack overlooking the sea. And if you're thinking of giving a special gift, these days, shopping is one of Hornsea's favourite pastimes, so you'll be able to pick up numerous independent shops in the Hornsea Freeport Shopping Village, to give that unique gift that will make your loved one happy.Hornsea for families
Just outside the town centre, Honeysuckle Farm is a great alternative to the beach for the little ones. The family-friendly attraction covers 46 acres and features cute animals such as a border collie, cows, pigs, donkeys, horses, rabbits, guinea pigs, sheep and goats. Children can pet and feed the cute animals, as well as take a cart ride around the farm and get lost in the corn maze. In addition to this, the farm also makes its own ice cream, so the whole family can try the delicious, fresh ice cream made with milk from the Jersey cows!
Hornsea Mere is Yorkshire's largest freshwater lake and lies to the west of Hornsea. It covers an area of 467 acres.
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A visit to Bugstopia Hornsea will allow you to meet the small creatures that often inhabit the rainforest. Stroll along the Jungle Trail, see the vibrant colours of exotic birds, admire the multi-coloured butterflies in the tropical butterfly garden and walk along the UK's only stick insect walk in the Phasmid Forest. At the zoo you'll also have the chance to hold tarantulas, snakes, scorpions and even cockroaches in the Face Your Fears experience!2. Take a relaxing paddle boat trip on Hornsea Mere
Listed as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Britain, Hornsea Mere is the ideal place if you want to do water activities. Due to its proximity to the sea, the lake is visited by a wide variety of birds, so you may see birds such as mallard and tufted duck. During the summer, hire a rowing boat or take a boat cruise. You can enjoy a relaxing experience surrounded by fascinating flora and fauna.3. Stay active on the Trans Pennine Trail
Getting a bit of physical activity on the Trans Pennine Trail is a good idea if you want to keep active on holiday. The route links the North and Irish Seas, passing through the Pennines, alongside rivers and canals, and offers 215 miles of cycling and pony trekking. If you're a committed walker, you can make it all the way to the town of Southport. But if you just want a short walk, you can get from Hornsea to Hull in an hour. Best of all, the trail is suitable for all abilities, so you can take the kids too.4. Marvel at the incredible marine life at The Deep
Located close to Hull city centre, just minutes from Hornsea, head to The Deep. Spot adorable Gentoo penguins, tropical fish, loggerhead turtles, manta rays and over 5,000 species. Pass through the observation tunnel and dine with the sharks. The aquarium's wonderful marine life will take you on a journey to prehistoric seas, tropical lagoons, open oceans, ice realms and the dark depths of the sea! It is a memorable experience for all ages.5. Explore the Ferens collection of paintings
While you're in Hull, stop by the Ferens Art Gallery. The venue is home to some fabulous artworks and interesting exhibitions. You can see works by European Old Masters, as well as portraits, sculptures, modern and contemporary British art. Artists include Frans Hals, Lorenzetti, Stanley Spencer, David Hockney, Anthony van Dyck and many more.6. Enjoy a day out at the Elizabethan gem of Burton Constable Hall
With over 300 acres of natural parkland, Burton Constable Hall offers visitors a glorious Elizabethan country house setting. Explore the Chinese Hall and admire its gilded dragons, wander the nature walks and trails, picnic and discover the 'Burton Constable Whale', an 18-metre-long whale skeleton. The gardens also have a tearoom and café with a delicious selection of home-cooked food. Constable Hall is an excellent choice if you are looking to relax or if you are an amateur historian.7. Visit William Bettisons Folly Tower
Bettisons Folly is a medieval tower designed in the mid-19th century. The tower has an untidy appearance, is made of fired molasses bricks, waste from the kiln, and was commissioned so that its owner William Bettison would have dinner served immediately on arrival home from Hull. In this way, his servant or son would spot the carriage distantly and alert the cook to put dinner on the table. Although the tower is rarely open, it's an interesting thing to do in Hornsea to get up close and learn about its unique history.
FAQs: Cottages in Hornsea
In terms of the amenities you can find on Holidu, it appears that the cottages in Hornsea benefit from everything that holiday-makers dream of! Here, the cottages generally include a variety of amenities, the most popular being: Wi-Fi (100%), garden (96%), and view (30%)...Pretty cool!
The cottages in this destination often have a lot of positive comments. 65% of the cottages in Hornsea have an average score of 4.5 stars!
Holidu's data reveals that 17% of cottages in Hornsea are suitable for holidays with children, it will therefore be easy to find the ideal cottage for you and your children.
Of course! In Hornsea, 87% of the cottages offer the possibility for travellers to take their pets with them, 96% even have a garden!
Yes! According to Holidu's database, 100% of cottages in Hornsea have an internet connection. You will be able to stay connected throughout your stay!
A big percentage of cottages in Hornsea (87%) are less than £100 per night. This is the ideal destination for reserving an affordable cottage!
Rarely. Based on last year's data, most of the cottages in Hornsea are not equipped with one.
According to Holidu's data, 100% of cottages are perfect for families with up to four travellers. Approximately 100% of the cottages here include at least two separate bedrooms. Hornsea is the perfect destination for small groups of friends!