Hornsea on the East Yorkshire Holderness Coast is a fantastic budget seaside holiday offering a great choice of all inclusive holiday parks and family friendly holiday homes. Flanked by nature reserves and with a beautiful Blue Flag sandy beach and long promenade, Hornsea and nearby Withernsea offer a mix of attractions from folk museums and stately homes to bargain shopping outlets.
Visit the Hornsea Museum with its fine collections of Hornsea Pottery and recreated Victorian bedrooms, kitchen, Blacksmiths and schoolroom, all within a heritage 18th Century farmhouse. Fun family farm parks and Hornsea Mere, Yorkshire’s biggest freshwater lake popular for fishing, sailing and rowing, are just some of Hornsea’s local attractions.
Shoppers on the hunt for a bargain are sure to find it at the Hornsea Freeport Shopping Outlet with its choice of big name clothing, footwear and outdoor clothing retailers. The Regency estate of Wassand Hall nestles just to the West, with attractions including pretty walled gardens, a tour of the house with 18th and 19th Century paintings and gentle trails.
The Holderness Coast is a Yorkshire Coast hidden gem for walking, home to the great Spurn Head spit to the South of Hornsea, a mecca for birdwatchers. Find more great attractions in nearby Withernsea including the Withernsea Lighthouse Museum with fascinating exhibition on the 1950s film star Kay Kendall who was born in the town. Browse a wide choice of holiday cottages and budget caravan and holiday parks in Hornsea here on Iknow, and discover best beaches and coastal nature reserves on the Holderness Coast for yourself. Book online now with Iknow.
Michelle is an experienced travel writer with iknow and has travelled extensively across the UK, Spain, Portugal and the USA. When she’s not busy writing for iknow she enjoys spending time touring museums and art galleries and seeking out the best independent shops in Manchester and Leeds.