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Bridlington 15 miles.
The pretty seaside town of Hornsea lies on the east coast, 15 miles south of Bridlington. This old Victorian resort has long, wide, safe sandy beaches and an attractive promenade with well-kept gardens, ideal for families. The bustling town centre has an old-fashioned feel with a good variety of small shops, pubs and cafes, whilst nearby Hornsea Mere is the largest natural lake in Yorkshire and offers sailing, fishing and boat trips. Hornsea Freeport is popular for shopping, whilst nearby Bempton Cliffs RSPB reserve has one of the largest mainland puffin populations in Britain. Hornsea provides a good base for touring the Yorkshire Wolds, the North York Moors and the East Riding coastal resorts. The historic City of York and The Deep at Hull are within an easy drive.
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An attractive ground floor apartment in a converted mid-terraced Victorian property, set on the esplanade in the seaside town of Hornsea. This modernised Hornsea self-catering apartment has been tastefully renovated and offers a light, airy sitting room with a large bay window, which offers great sea views and original high ceilings and cornices. With a small but well-equipped kitchen, and a spacious double bedroom, this Hornsea self-catering apartment provides comfortable accommodation a stone’s throw from the seafront. A short walk from the apartment brings you to the town centre with a good variety of shops, pubs and restaurants. With a smart, long promenade hosting attractive linear gardens and wide sandy beaches close by, this Hornsea self-catering apartment has much to offer everyone. Nearby Hornsea Mere, the largest natural lake in Yorkshire, offers boat trips, sailing and fishing. Close by is Hornsea Freeport shopping centre, as well as good walking opportunities on a disused railway line. The high chalk cliffs of Flamborough and Bempton RSPB are a haven for bird watchers. Less than an hours drive from this Hornsea self-catering apartment brings you to the The Deep submarium in Hull, historic York or the Yorkshire Wolds and Moors. With a fine variety of attractions in this lovely area, this Hornsea self-catering apartment provides a good base for a most enjoyable holiday.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x adult bunks. Additional child’s single fold out bed for use in either bedroom available on request. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Small fitted kitchen. Spacious sitting room with dining area and electric fire.
Gas central heating with electric fire in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, TV with Freeview, DVD, radio/CD. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair. Off road parking for one car. Enclosed lawned front garden and patio with garden furniture. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 3 mins walk. Note: The single fold out bed is suitable for children 16 years and under.
Previous visitors' comments about Bay View Apartment:
The owner was welcoming and couldn't do enough to make us feel comfortable. Lucy (our Goldie) was made especially welcome which was brilliant as any holiday we have in the UK is her holiday. Property ideal for beach and town centre. Very clean and has everything you would need, even outside sitting area if the weather suits.
Mrs Lambert, Wakefield, March 2013
Great views and easy walking. Friendly people.
Mrs Almond, Leeds, February 2013
The cleanest holiday apartment we have ever stayed in. Comfortable, well kitted out and the welcome for us and our pets was excellent. As seasoned holiday cottage users we would highly recommend this apartment.
Mrs Akeroyd, Leighton Buzzard, November 2012
The owner who greeted us was very welcoming. The apartment itself was better than the pictures on the internet. A very beautiful place, you could not complain about the view from the living room window.
Mr Shepley, Glossop, September 2012