About Hornsea

Hornsea is renowned as a quiet location, suitable for family holidays. It is a seaside town which boasts a mile of promenade, extensive sandy beach.

The South Beach has gained the awards for cleanliness, while the North Beach is a haven for walkers. Beach and boat fishermen alike will enjoy this location. Coarse fishermen are also catered for.

Once famous for its pottery, Hornsea now has a thriving designer shopping outlet Hornsea Freeport www.hornseafreeport.com in its place.

The award winning and fascinating Hornsea Museum www.hornseamuseum.com reflects the changing patterns of village life and also houses the national reference collection of Hornsea Pottery.


There is a new Leisure Centre with a traditional swimming pool, fitness suite and facilities normally found in much larger towns.

Hornsea Mere is a haven for local bird life and bird watchers. It is the largest freshwater lake in Yorkshire and spans across 250 acres. It is a beautiful nature reserve with public footpaths all around the perimeter . Rowing, motorboat rides, snacks, fishing and birdwatching can all be found at Kirkholme Point on the East bank of the Mere.

Honeysuckle Farm, Hornsea Golf Club, Wassand Hall, are well worth exploring and days out to Flamborough, Bempton, Bridlington, Hull, Beverley, and York will ensure that whatever the weather your stay in Hornsea can be as action packed or relaxing as you choose.

Further suggestions for stately homes and other local attractions can be seen here: www.information-britain.co.uk/attraction

For further information contact:

Mrs. Catherine Walker
Westgate Mews, Back Westgate, Hornsea, East Yorkshire. HU18 1BL.
Tel: 01964 533430

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