Hornsea 1 mile.
A superb 18th century semi-detached farmhouse situated close to the popular traditional seaside town of Hornsea.
The farmhouse offers spacious and tasteful accommodation making it the perfect venue for family groups to spend time together in a beautiful part of the country.
Retaining many original features, from the oak panelled walls to the stripped wooden floors, there are two generous-sized sitting rooms, both with high ceilings, sash windows and roaring open fires to toast the toes by on a cold winter's evening.
The well-equipped, sociable country kitchen has a warming Rayburn and a large dining table, where guests can sit and linger over an evening meal.
Through the kitchen, you will find the utility room and a ground floor bathroom, with a fabulous roll-top freestanding bath.
The upstairs is equally as inviting, with four bedrooms to suit all needs and views overlooking the mere and the garden.
The bathroom upstairs offers another roll-top freestanding bath to relax in and a separate shower - what more could you ask for!
Outside the farmhouse is a large enclosed lawned garden, where children can play safely whilst you enjoy the sunshine.
There is also a three acre shared field available for the enjoyment of your four-legged friends.
The resort of Hornsea is just down the road and has long sandy beaches and a pretty promenade with ornamental gardens.
With a good selection of shops, pubs and cafes, this old Victorian town has an old-fashioned feel about it.
Nearby is Hornsea Mere, which is the largest freshwater lake in Yorkshire.
This is a centre for birdwatching as well as offering rowing, sailing, boat trips and fishing.
Enjoy a stroll around the lake, ending with a cup of coffee at the Mere Cafe.
A short drive away is Honeysuckle Farm, a fabulous family day out, where children can watch and learn about various farm animals and taste the wonderful homemade ice cream.
There are many stately homes in the vicinity to visit, including Sewerby Hall and Gardens, Burton Agnes Hall and Sledmere House.
For something different and a short drive way, take a trip to The Deep, one of the most spectacular aquariums in the world.
Alternatively check out the migrating birds at Spurn Point for a different adventure.
With so many attractions, including York, you will be spoilt for choice and want to return to this farmhouse again and again.