This homely semi-detached cottage is situated in Withernsea, a cosy, coastal haven with a relaxed atmosphere, appreciated as a magnificent seaside town.
Perfect for families and friends, Driftwood is a unique base to begin your adventures, and somewhere peaceful to return to after a busy day of sightseeing and so much more.
Enter inside to the beautiful lounge/diner, a spacious haven to settle down in the company of your loved ones in front of the woodburning stove with a great outlook over the gravelled garden which invites the outside in.
Discover the modern kitchen, which is home to a collection of appliances, also providing access to the outdoor area via a delightful porch.
The ground floor is finished with a traditional double bedroom, and a classic shower room with a vanity unit, and shower cubicle.
On the upper level you will discover a cloakroom, and two further bedrooms, each thoughtfully decorated, with a pleasant view from the window which you can wake up to every morning of your stay.
The flat, rural landscape surrounding the town offers some remarkable sweeping views.
The villages feature historical landmarks, including a lighthouse now housing a museum, Withernsea's sand and pebble beach, a grand tower-like entrance, plenty of delicious cafés nearby and, further along the coast, the atmospheric Spurn Peninsula that stretches three miles out to sea.
Also, less than a minute away, you will have access to a year-round dog friendly beach.
Withernsea also boasts a traditional promenade, and ornamental gardens, a fabulous cottage in a popular part of 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! Withernsea includes a lighthouse as well as the surrounding villages offering some historical landmarks including 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. Also, close by is Hornsea (30 minute drive) and Bridlington (1 hour drive).