Withernsea 4 miles.
A charming old farmhouse, tucked away 1.5 miles from the village of Halsham and close to Withernsea, a rural and coastal haven, bringing a sense of tranquillity right to your doorstep.
Well-suited for families or friends, this cottage is a characterful base to relax after a day of sightseeing.
Upon arrival, you will be welcomed by wonderful grounds, which lead you inside to the pleasant interior of Old Hall Farm.
The lounge features a real sense of tradition, with its woodburning stove on hand to warm those cooler nights.
A dining room lies adjacent, almost mirroring the sitting room in design, centred by a bay window, looking out over the natural landscape.
Make the most of the modern kitchen, tied together with soft furnishings and a collection of appliances, neatly arranged to ensure you can prepare those home-cooked meals at ease.
A utility area and a classic shower room complete the ground floor.
Upstairs reveals three bedrooms; the first boasts pretty décor and light furnishings, whilst the second holds a more traditional feel, finished in dark oak, complimented by pale coloured walls.
Lastly, a twin room is presented in calming light blues and a lovely bathroom is off-set by a P-shaped bath, complete with a handheld shower.
Out in the village, Withernsea's small sand and pebble beach boasts a grand tower-like entrance, whilst the town also offers a traditional promenade, ornamental gardens, children’s playgrounds and fun attractions.
There is also the convenience of two supermarkets, and the surrounding villages offer some historical landmarks, including a lighthouse now housing a museum, and a Napoleonic Fortress.
A true representation of East Yorkshire.
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.