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- Hornsea holiday rentals and lettings
- Yorkshire getaway
- Northern England Coast
- Flamborough Cliffs
- seaside retreat
- boating and historical sites
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Come away to this delightful, peaceful scenic part of the Yorkshire coast where you can stroll along a bustling promenade and enjoy a lovely village atmosphere. Hornsea is full of charming, independent shops and cosy tea rooms where you can sample irresistible home baked cakes and enjoy a fortifying cup of Yorkshire tea! South of Hornsea you will find a wonderful shopping emporium at Hornsea Freeport Village for browsing high quality, high street bargains!A holiday rental for everyone
Find a peaceful holiday rental or letting for a perfect Yorkshire coast holiday. Browse a selection of immaculate, refurbished, historical stone and brick built, small town, seaside rentals with upmarket, fully equipped, comfortably furnished interiors. Most of these lovely rentals and lettings are no more than 1.5 km from the beach and feature a lovely, tranquil English garden for relaxing after a day out and about. Find the perfect sized rental whether you are 2, 4, 6 or 8 for a fabulous seaside town stay!
Holidays in Hornsea
The area and getting around
The small, coastal town of Hornsea offers holidaymakers a wonderful mix of a sleepy seaside town atmosphere with plenty to see and do. Here you are ideally situated for lazy days on the beach or spending time boating or fishing on Hornsea Mere as well as fabulous road trips up the Yorkshire Coast. The fabled, plunging 121m white chalk cliffs of the Flamborough Headland Heritage are just 40 minutes north. Hornsea is just 1.3 hours west of Leeds, 1.5 hours from Sheffield and 2.2 hours from Manchester making this a prime destination for a wonderful beach getaway.Beach walks and local attractions
Plan a fabulous day trip exploring the villages along the coast en route towards Flamborough and discover beautiful sandy beaches and quaint Yorkshire charm along the way. Flamborough is a mecca for hiking, boating and birdlife. If you are feeling very adventurous you will find miles of walking and natural beauty to explore and enjoy alongside fabulous historical sites such as the famous ruins of Whitby Abbey just 1.5 hours north of Hornsea in the vast beauty of the North York Moors National Park and the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Travellers and activities
Hornsea is perfectly situated to give you easy day trip access to the dozens and dozens of renowned hiking routes in the North York Moors National Park and in the Howardian Hills. Here you can enjoy exhilarating trails in magical scenery replete with heritage farmland, rolling hills, lush dales and historical sights. The Castle Howard walk offers wonderful views of one of Yorkshire's finest country houses while the Kirkham Priory walk allows you to explore the beautiful Derwent Valley. Closer to your holiday rental you can hike the stunning 9.6 km Hornsea Mere loop trail and the fabulous 21 km Hornsea to Hull trail!Hornsea for history enthusiasts
Step back into the fabled past of Yorkshire´s rich historical heritage. A treasure trove of historical attractions await your discovery beginning right in Hornsea where you can admire stunning Victoriana in the Hornsea Museum. Fans of stately homes will love a visit to local gems, Burton Constable Hall and Wassand Hall. Drive just an hour and 20 minutes east of Hornsea and you will find yourself in the gorgeous city of York surrounded by world renowned Minster and medieval architecture and access to The National Railway Museum while the fabled Castle Howard is just over an hour north west of Hornsea.
Did you know that one of the attractions of Hornsea´s 1800´s early seaside resort days was horse races on the beach!
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If you are a history sleuth you will love the adventure of a visit to this regal Elizabethan country house just 27 minutes south of Hornea that dates back to 1560. The property boasts sumptuous 18th and 19th century interiors with highlights including an extravagant Chinese Room with astonishing gilded dragons and the stunning plasterwork of the Great Hall. Admire the 1769 Palladium stables and the fabulous orangery set in a 300 acre 18th century park!2. Visit Honeysuckle Farm
Ride a horse cart pulled by two friendly draft horses and meet calves, kid goats and lambs on this wonderful family adventure. Children can meet and pet a host of gorgeous, friendly farm animals on this 46 acre farm where a straw barn, play forts, slides, tunnels, ponds and a hazel maze will provide several hours of outdoor farmyard fun. Be sure to try the delicious farm ice cream made from Honeysuckle farm milk!3. Go Boating on Hornsea Mere
Spend a glorious few hours boating on Hornsea Mere. This is Yorkshire's largest natural lake and is a wonderfully relaxing place to spend a warm summer's day! There are over 250 acres of navigable water and the lake has been the home base for the Hornsea Sailing Club since 1946! Here you can try rowing, sailing, a motor boat excursion or fishing on this wonderfully placid stretch of water known for a rich variety of birdlife!4. Visit Hornsea Museum
Step back in time to the heyday of rural Victorian life in this remarkable 18th century farmhouse, cottages and farm outbuildings where you can admire wonderfully intact Victorian interiors filled with heirlooms and original furnishings. Be amazed by more than 2000 pieces of genuine Hornsea pottery, model fishing boats, vintage toys, a quaint Victorian streets scene and fascinating local history displays. Have a lovely picnic on a garden bench in the garden outside!5.Visit Wassand Hall
Spend a delightful morning or afternoon just 20 minutes west of Hornsea strolling about the beautiful Wassand Hall Estate. This grand property has romantic views over Hornsea Mere and features a gorgeous woodland area and a walled garden. The grand Regency style house is replete with a fabulous collection of 18th and 19th century porcelain and furniture and several hundred years of portraiture. Check the website for details of the days when you can have afternoon tea in the elegant conservatory!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Hornsea
On average, what was the cost of holiday rentals in Hornsea in 2020, the year hit by the coronavirus pandemic?
The coronavirus has severely impacted the travel industry. Based on our 2020 data, Hornsea has an annual average price of £140.36 per night.
When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Hornsea?
According to our most recent historical data, the months that allow you to save the most in Hornsea are January, March, and February, with average prices of £98.48, £103.1 and £108.18, respectively.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Hornsea?
When it comes to looking for a holiday rental in Hornsea, the most expensive months are, in descending order, June, July and August with average prices per night of £176.25, £166.09, and £161.18, respectively.
Is Hornsea a good location for a spontaneous getaway?
When going on holiday to Hornsea, it is necessary to think ahead, as 66% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
When are more holiday lettings available?
The months that have the highest availability, on average, are May (with an availability of 65.2%), June (62.5%), and January (56.5%), according to the trends observed in 2020.
During which months are there fewer rentals available in Hornsea?
Holiday lettings in Hornsea reach their peak in demand in September, with an availability rate of 3%. The second most requested month is August, with 3.2%, and the third is July with 14%.
How many lettings are available in Hornsea?
Our inventory features approximately 30 properties from 5 partners.