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Holiday cottages in East Riding Of Yorkshire

TA1867 : Queensgate, BridlingtonTA1867 : Trinity RdTA1972 : Church of St MichaelTA2270 : Church of St OswaldSE7428 : Howden Market Cross and MinsterSE7428 : Howden Minster, Nave and Chancel
Known as East Yorkshire, a self-catering cottage here opens up a beautiful area for you to explore. Holidaying in this way, will give you flexibility and you’re able to explore this gorgeous area with rolling hills and valleys. Famous for Wolds Way, this national trail stretches for nearly 80 miles from Hessle to Filey and an extensive choice of villages along the way to stop and lunch at and sample local ale.

For seaside lovers, then Scarborough is on the East Coast and while it forms part of North Yorkshire, Scarborough borders the East region. The region stretches along the coastline of Filey and Whitby, famous for fish.

This rural area consists of mainly market towns, ideal for buying local produce to take home and cook and for a more bustling city atmosphere, then Kingston-upon-Hull is located here. If walking is not your bag, then take the East Yorkshire railway line which gives stunning views of the horizon and takes you right into York where you can visit ‘The Shambles’ a medieval street. A stroll on the River Ouse for the more relaxed among you will work up a hunger for a lunch in a local pub.

SE8940 : Old Milestone by the A1034, north of Mask Farm, Sancton

TA1867 : Houses on St Andrew Road, Bridlington

TA0150 : Old Milestone by the A164, Beverley Road, north of Watton