Withernsea 2 miles.
This cosy, semi-detached wooden lodge is set within a quiet corner of the owners' grounds, in the small hamlet of Hollym, two miles from the seaside town of Withernsea.
With far- reaching rural views, it provides the perfect hideaway for couples wanting to explore the nearby coastline, which is renowned for its superb birdlife at Spurn Point.
Compact and simple, yet creatively designed to make the best use of space, there is a small, modern kitchenette that leads into the bright and cheerful sitting room, with a dining table to one end and a sofa bed for flexibility of sleeping arrangements.
Also the French doors throw in plenty of light into the sitting area.
There is a private garden, perfect for barbecuing on those long summer evenings, and the surrounding area offers easy cycling opportunities along flat rural lanes, whilst walkers can enjoy the miles of long sandy beaches.
Be sure to take your binoculars for the best views of the migrant birds along the coastline, or feeding at nearby Spurn Point with its informative visitor centre.
The popular resort of Withernsea, made famous for its inland lighthouse, offers all the traditional seaside attractions, including cafés, pubs and an extensive promenade.
Enjoy a day out at the spectacular national marine aquarium, The Deep, and explore the historical old town of Hull, the City of Culture for 2016.
A comfortable lodge providing a good base for touring the pretty hidden villages of the former East Riding.
About the location
Kingston upon Hull 17 miles; Market Weighton 37 miles.
The popular seaside town of Withernsea, lies in the East Riding of Yorkshire. This cosy, coastal haven has a relaxed atmosphere, the perfect location for a family break. The flat, rural landscape surrounding the town offers some magnificent sweeping views and a wild, windswept atmosphere to blow the cobwebs away! The surrounding villages offer some historical landmarks, including a lighthouse now housing a museum, a Napoleonic fortress and a huge nuclear bunker which runs award-winning tours. Withernsea's small sand and pebble beach boasts a grand tower-like entrance, plenty of delicious fish and chip cafés nearby and, further along the coast, the spindly and atmospheric Spurn Peninsula that stretches three miles out to sea. Withernsea offers a traditional promenade, ornamental gardens, children’s playgrounds and fun attractions including amusements, plus there's also the convenience of two supermarkets in the town.