Local Attractions

 

Most of our parks are readily accessible to the seaside towns of Hornsea, Bridlington or Scarborough. The local market towns of Beverley, Driffield and Malton can also be found nearby. For those interested in shopping, there is so much to choose from.

Within easy reach there are some of the finest country houses in the land. There’s also a wide choice of museums, art galleries, cinemas, theatres and theme parks nearby.

During your stay why not take full advantage of the picturesque countryside that surrounds you. There are literally dozens of secluded paths, bridleways and country lanes where you can enjoy a peaceful walk or cycle ride. If you have an interest in sport, you can choose from golf, crown green bowling, sailing, fishing, pony trekking, jet skiing, clay pigeon shooting, tennis, squash, badminton and much more!

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skirlington market

 

Most of our parks are readily accessible to the seaside towns of Hornsea, Bridlington or Scarborough. The local market towns of Beverley, Driffield and Malton can also be found nearby. For those interested in shopping, there is so much to choose from.

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Jorvik Viking Centre

 

The Jorvik Viking Centre, (Viking Museum)  was designed by John Sunderland and opened in April 1984. Since its formation, the Centre has had over 20 million visitors.

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Hornsea Freeport

With landscaped surroundings and a relaxed atmosphere, this charming factory outlet village lets you shop at your leisure, discovering leading high street names in a relaxed and pleasant setting. You’ll find great places to eat and drink, live events, and an extensive range of stores, each offering up to 50% off famous brands.

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Hull Arena

 

The Hull Arena is primarily an ice rink. It has a capacity of 3,750 people offers a comprehensive skating programme and is a renowned concert venue, attracting some of the top names in the music world.

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Sewerby Hall

 

Sewerby Hall is a Grade I listed Georgian country house located in a dramatic clifftop position with spectacular views over Bridlington and set in 50 acres of early 19th Century parkland. The Hall itself has been transformed using furniture from the Victoria and Albert Museum and other nationally important collections.

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Hull Marina

 

Hull Marina is central to many activities for visitors – from restaurants and cafes, to the Maritime museum, theatres, art galleries, cinemas, ice skating, and bowling to shopping centres and a lively nightlife. All these are just a short walk away from the marina, so come and enjoy all that Hull  and the Marina has to offer.

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The Captain Cook Museum

 

Captain Cook Memorial Museum is a history museum in Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. The museum building, Walker's House, belonged to Captain John Walker, to whom James Cook was apprenticed in 1746. Having lodged there as an apprentice, Cook returned to visit in the winter of 1771–72 after his first voyage.

Bridlington Spa

If you love to put on your glad rags and catch a show, you're in for a real treat. The legendary Spa has been done up to the nines, bringing it right back to its glory days. The classic 1930s Royal Hall Ballroom and Edwardian Theatre are at their elegant best, whilst the very latest in modern technology and brand new facilities now make the Spa a superb venue. The Spa has always been a magnet for world class talent, and you can be sure of programme shining with stars. So book your seats for the very best in music, drama and comedy. Or come and trip the light fantastic at one of the hugely popular dancing nights amidst spectacular surroundings.

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