The Local Area

Hornsea Lakeside Lodges is perfectly situated for any kind of break you’re looking for, from a quiet nature walk in the country to all the fun of the seaside.  With major towns and cities nearby you may want to go shopping, or relax in a restaurant or bar, or take a trip back in time to enjoy the famous history of the area.  Whether you’re coming for a holiday or a quick weekend break, Yorkshire has it all.

A short walk from Hornsea Lakeside Lodges into the seaside town of Hornsea offers a range of fun activities, shops, restaurants, bars, a boating lake and bird sanctuary (Hornsea Mere) and even a leisure centre, with easy access to the blue flag awarded beach.  Hornsea Golf Club is a few minutes walk away, and there are a number of other golf clubs (Skidby, Cottingham, Hull, Hessle, Beverley, and Cherry Burton) all just a short drive away.  There’s also Hornsea Freeport, a large Factory Outlet Retail Park, just around the corner.

There are numerous places to walk and cycle, and you’re only a short car journey from other local attractions such as Honeysuckle Farm, and if you want to travel a few miles out of Hornsea, then your options are limitless.  These are just some of the places and things to see and do:

Beverley – Beverley Racecourse, Beverley Minster, Dominican Friary, Beverley Westwood, Beverley Golf Club, Beverley Market (Saturdays) and numerous restaurants, bars, and shops.  Beverley Folk Festival is held each year and a number of other festivals and regular events are also held in Beverley.

Hull – The Deep, William Wilberforce Museum, Street Life Museum, Whaling Museum, Ferens Art Gallery, Historic Old Town, Humber Bridge (Hull/Hessle), Hull Truck Theatre, St Stephens Shopping Centre, Princess Quay Shopping Centre, and numerous other museums, shops, restaurants, and bars.

York – York Minster, Jorvik Centre, York Racecourse, National Railway Museum, and lots of shopping, eating and drinking in this beautiful medieval city.

With seaside towns such as Filey, Bridlington, Scarborough, only a few miles away, and other activities such as bird watching at Bempton Cliffs, there are lots of things within a short distance from the park.  You can take in a bit of history at Castle Howard, Burton Agnes Hall, Sledmere Hall, Burton Constable Hall, Burnby Hall Gardens, or Sewerby Hall (or even take part at Skidby Windmill), or enjoy some slightly more strenuous activities such as horse riding and fishing from local providers.  If you want to travel further, it’s not far to Malton and Pickering to take in the views, the walks and cycle tracks in at Dalby Forest, or even Harrogate and Leeds.

Hornsea Lakeside Lodges has been developed to give you the ultimate place to relax in luxurious and stylish surroundings, but with all of these things on the doorstep you might be tempted to venture out at least once!

‘Staying at Hornsea Lakeside Lodges has given us a completely new holiday experience to remember.’

Mr and Mrs Williams