Hull is a wonderful city to visit with so much going on. But if you want to extend your visit to the region then look no further than what is on the doorstep! East Yorkshire has a great destinations., attractions,walking, cycling, the fantastic Hockney Country – the Yorkshire Wolds and the fabulous East Yorkshire Coast.
With its towering gothic minster, pretty market squares and beautiful Georgian townhouses, it’s a town steeped in history, yet one with an attractive present. From home-cooked market-fare to cafe culture and Michelin starred restaurants, your palate will be pleased with a visit to East Yorkshire’s larder.
Looking for a short break? Take a look at Beverley with its majestic Minster, award-winning restaurants and cafes, lively bars and traditional real ale pubs and heaps of history. You’ll also find accommodation to suit all pockets.#shortbreak
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— Visit Beverley (@Visit_Beverley) January 7, 2020
Discover wide open spaces, vast views, breathtaking landscapes and stunning wildlife, whether on foot, cycling, driving or horseback, it is all here in this glorious rolling landscape.
There’s plenty to see and do from historic sies, beautiful period houses, glorious gardens to the natural beauty of the heritage coastline.
The wide open spaces & stunning landscape of the Yorkshire Wolds is one of a number of destinations recommended to @TravelMagazine readers looking for great places to escape whilst maintaining social distancing.
— Visit East Yorkshire (@VisitEastYorks) July 2, 2020
Discover award winning beaches, outstanding facilities, rich history, unique character and stunning scenery. Bridlington is the ideal choice for a getaway weekend away, for family beach holiday freedom, or a day trip to explore the ‘real’ British outdoors.
It’s time to plan an autumn break on the East Yorkshire Coast! 🍁
Stay in one of many cosy cottages or B&Bs, enjoy a walk on the beach and ‘take pleasure in the natural beauty of the coast’
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— Visit East Yorkshire (@VisitEastYorks) October 27, 2020