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With its peaceful Blue Flag beach, quaint promenade and towering Victorian folly, Hornsea is a quintessential British seaside resort. Once well known for its pottery production, the town is now home to Yorkshire's largest freshwater lake which boasts over 250 species of birds and plenty of opportunities for sailing, fishing or feeding your leftover crusts to the ducks and swans.
The promenade Hornsea's wide promenade is wonderful for taking in the fresh sea air.
If you're longing for a relaxing break then Hornsea is the ideal coastal hideaway, with its charming seafront, historic folly and peaceful nature reserve. This pretty town also marks the eastern end of the Trans Pennine Trail, so if you fancy tackling the scenic 215 mile walk, cycle ride or pony trek, this will be your finishing line and the location of your well-deserved victory pint.
For such a small town, Hornsea boasts plenty of interesting local history. The award-winning Hornsea Folk Museum is full of interactive displays and the largest collection of Hornsea Pottery in the world. Opposite the museum stands Bettison Folly, a Grade Two listed building, built in the 19th century and decorated with locally made ‘treacle' bricks. Constable Hall, an Elizabethan mansion set in 300 acres of parkland, is also a fascinating place to spend an afternoon.
From country farms to carnivals, there's plenty of family-friendly attractions in Hornsea and the surrounding area. Visit Hornsea in July to join the annual carnival, with stalls, rides and a brilliant fireworks display. Also, make time for the well-maintained Trans Pennine Trail, which is a great place to walk, cycle and stop for a picnic lunch.
I love the mere - you can take rowing boats out in the spring and summer and all around the mere is a nature reserve - even though it's on a small scale there are lots of geese, ducks and swans to feed.
There are loads of good fish and chip places -Sullivans is a bit famous in East Yorkshire! Restaurant wise, The Med is a nice Italian, decent prices, good food and wine. Dead friendly.
Grab a doughnut from the promenade cafe they are pretty tasty.
I love the town and seaside. It's little, quite old-fashioned and quiet. While it's great in the summer I prefer it in the winter. Then the town has a slightly lost, nostalgic feel, and massive seas.