Top places to stay in East Yorkshire

 
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From inner-city luxe to rural chic, you truly are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing where to stay in East Yorkshire. The region has something to suit everyone, from kids’ attractions and historical landmarks, to great shopping and lively nightspots. Here’s a round-up of our favourite places to stay, so you can enjoy them all...


Hull

DoubleTree by Hilton

With designer interiors, a stunning rooftop bar and a prime location near Hull’s shopping district, the DoubleTree by Hilton is ideal for those looking for a touch of class. It also makes a great base to explore the local area (that’s if you want to leave after seeing how plush it is!)

Hideout Hotel

One of Hull’s newest hotels, these boutique, self-catering apartments are nestled in the heart of Hull’s old town. Discover some of Hull’s historic hidden gems, enjoy a drink overlooking the marina and immerse yourself in Hull’s cultural quarter, the Fruit Market, just a stone’s throw away. The Hideout is chic, but offers home-from-home comforts (they’ll even stock your fridge for you if you give them a shopping list!)


Beverley

The Beverley Arms Inn

This lovingly-restored 17th century coaching inn is now a stunning boutique hotel. It boasts luxurious interiors and is situated in a great location, with the medieval town of Beverley right on its doorstep. Enjoy fine dining in the restaurant, sip on some bubbles in the champagne bar or get cosy next to the fire pit on the terrace, before retiring to you beautifully decorated room.

Tickton Grange Hotel

Just a short drive from Beverley, you’ll discover a truly special place to stay. This family-owned, Georgian country hotel is set in 16-acres of gardens and woodlands, and has the most exquisite accommodation in the region. If you love food, you’ll love dining at Tickton Grange. Famous for its fine cuisine, it even features in the Good Food Guide 2019.


Bridlington

Haven, Thornwick Bay Holiday Village

The perfect place for families, this holiday village is particularly friendly to toddlers and pets. There’s a great splash pool with water slides, plenty of outdoor activities to keep the kids entertained and live evening entertainment for the whole family to enjoy. All just a stone’s throw from attractions like Sewerby Hall and Bridlington sea front. Pitch-up a tent or stay in a caravan and enjoy everything Bridlington has to offer.

Field House Farm Holiday Cottages, Sewerby

These beautiful, self-catering cottages have won Visit England 4 and 5 star awards, and when you step inside them, it’s easy to see why. Beautifully decorated and in a farm setting, nature is literally on your doorstep. Wildlife lovers will enjoy the nearby nature trails and bird watching opportunities. Want some lively entertainment? Bridlington centre is just minutes away too!


Pocklington

Wolds Glamping

Want to get back to nature, but not quite ready to ‘rough it’? This luxury glamping experience is perfect for you! The cosy, wooden pods at Wolds Glamping have all the home comforts you need for a restful night’s sleep. Double glazing, central heating, electrical sockets and LED lighting. There are shower blocks and kitchen facilities too, so you can enjoy the great outdoors stress (and dirt) free.


Howden

Saltmarshe Hall

Looking for a high-end countryside retreat? Saltmarshe Hall is the place for you. It’s easy to see why this is one of the region’s premier wedding venues with its luxury interiors and perfectly manicured grounds. The rooms are stunning, the surrounding gardens are exquisite and the food is exceptional. Enjoy woodland walks, discover ancient trees and spot hidden wildlife in this truly magical setting.


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