Patrington 1 mile.
A welcoming, mid-terrace cottage, in the sleepy hamlet of Patrington Haven, one mile from the bustling village of Patrington.
Situated on the Holderness peninsula, this finely appointed Patrington cottage is well placed for walking, birdwatching, cycling, touring and enjoying the seaside.
Traditionally furnished, this Patrington cottage offers a spacious and stylish open plan living area, with comfortable seating and French doors opening onto the sunny, enclosed rear garden.
The modern kitchen in this Patrington cottage is well equipped, whilst upstairs, are two pretty bedrooms and a generous contemporary bathroom.
The local pub is just a minute’s walk, whilst excellent amenities can be found in nearby Patrington, including a butcher's, bakery, newsagent's and small supermarket.
Be sure to visit Patrington church, known as the Queen of Holderness and marvel at its impressive spire.
A few minutes’ drive from this Patrington cottage brings you to the popular seaside town of Withernsea, with long stretches of sandy beaches, seaside cafes and amusements and the lighthouse eccentrically sited in the middle of a main street!
Nearby attractions include, the World War II bunker tours at RAF Holmpton, The Deep Aquarium in Hull and tours of the Arctic Corsair ship berthed in Hull Docks.
With interesting historic towns of Beverley, Heddon, Driffield and Market Weighton to explore, this Patrington cottage will provide an excellent base for all the family.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric fire.
About the location
Withernsea 5 miles; Driffield 35 miles; Market Weighton 36 miles.
The bustling village of Patrington lies on the Holderness Peninsular, a few miles inland from the coast. The village has a good array of amenities catering for all daily needs, including a butchers, bakers, newsagents, small supermarket and traditional local inns. The village is dominated by the huge spire of Patrington Church, known as the Queen of Holderness. Surrounded by open farmland, the area is excellent cycling and walking country and in the spring and autumn, this area is renowned for the migrating birds stopping off to refuel at nearby Spurn Point. A few minutes’ drive from Patrington is the popular seaside resort of Withernsea, with long, sandy beaches, a traditional promenade, children's playgrounds and plenty of delicious fish and chip cafes! The town boasts some historical landmarks, including a lighthouse, now housing a museum, a Napoleonic fortress and a huge nuclear bunker which runs award-winning tours. There are pretty market towns nearby to explore, including Beverley, Driffield and Market Weighton, whilst a little further afield brings you to the larger resorts of Bridlington and Scarborough.