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Situated in the suburbs, this eco-friendly hotel is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Humber Bridge and within 9 miles (15 km) of Hull Marina and The Ropewalk. Hull Ice Arena ...
Situated in Beverley, this inn is within 3 miles (5 km) of Beverley and East Riding Golf Club, Beverley Racecourse and St Mary's Church. East Riding Treasure ...
Located in the heart of Hull, this hotel is 2 mi (3.2 km) from Skidby Windmill, and within 6 mi (10 km) of One Stop Golf and KC Stadium. University of Hull and ...
As holiday destinations go, it doesn't get much more diverse than the East Riding of Yorkshire. Tucked away in the north-east of England, the county is blessed with ample picturesque countryside, which is peppered with historic attractions and charming medieval towns. Keen golfers can play links golf on the coast, while culture-vultures can get their fill in the UK's designated city of culture for 2017 - Hull. It's also worth knowing that the East Riding of Yorkshire boasts a broad variety of hotels, from spa retreats to affordable B&Bs.
Hull has been one of the north-east's favourite cities for some time, but its recent status upgrade to UK City of Culture has extended its appeal considerably. It's now considered an important hub for everything from comedy and music to avant-garde theatre.
The city has its fair share of attractions, ticking boxes for visitors of all persuasions. The Deep is a remarkable aquarium, the highlight of which is undoubtedly the central restaurant. Lovers of history will head straight for the Wilberforce House Museum, which tells the moving stories of one of the county's best-loved Members of Parliament.
The city centre is packed with fantastic hotels and guesthouses. Those looking for some respite from the hustle and bustle of central Hull can find further accommodation options along the banks of the Humber, to the west.
When most people think of Yorkshire they picture acre after acre of untouched countryside. Enter the magnificent Yorkshire Wolds, a long stretch of undulating hills which are loved by walkers of all abilities.
This rural part of the county is packed with spa retreats and traditional country inns and is home to some of the finest hotels in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Wolds Village is a four-star guesthouse in the heart of rural Yorkshire. Guests can enjoy the stunning garden and have ample opportunity for walks.
One of East Riding's best kept secrets is its stunning stretches of coastline. At Bridlington, visitors will find a pair of pristine sandy beaches, ideal for soaking up the summer sun. Water sports enthusiasts are also in their element, with surfing hotspots located on the north beach.
As one of the county's most popular resorts, Bridlington is blessed with a broad selection of guesthouses. Most of the accommodation comprises mid-range B&Bs housed in well-presented Victorian properties. As it's a small town, visitors can expect close proximity to the beach and all of Bridlington's amenities.
Travel a little further north on East Yorkshire's coastline and the scene changes from idyllic sandy beaches to rugged chalk cliffs. While the sun-bathing opportunities may be fewer, there's a good chance of spotting some rare wildlife in this part of the county.
There's a special nature reserve on this stretch of coast which is run by the RSPB. Amateurs can head to the visitor centre to learn about the various local species, before heading out on the trails to spot them in the wild. Observation areas and viewing aids are also provided, allowing visitors to get close to the action without disturbing the birds.