The Area

Our Amazing Location

The region is ideally located for that well deserved ‘Staycation‘ with travel time just an hour or 2 from the Midlands & North of England by car, while we are well served by rail with direct trains from London to Hull & Beverley.

Once here you will find the roads relatively quiet with lots of great places you can visit.

HEYHA Recommends

Here are HEYHA’s top recommendations for things to do

Hull Marina & Humber Street

Just 10 minutes walk from the City Centre across Murdoch’s Crossing, Hull’s new 23 million pound pedestrian bridge.

Enjoy the picturesque boats, river views & the eclectic mix of Cafes & Restaurants.

The Deep, Hull Old Town & Museum Quarter

One of the UK’s most successful aquariums with over 3500 fish including sharks & even some penguins.

This iconic building is close to the historic Old Town,the museum quarter, Wilberforce House & Ferens Art Gallery are close by.

Bridlington Beach & Harbour

Walk along the promenade towards Sewerby by the North Beach with views to Flamborough’s white cliffs or just enjoy the maritime activities of the bustling harbour

Humber Bridge (Barton on Humber)

View the Uk’s longest single span bridge from the South side viewing area – now the eight longest in the world & the longest that can be crossed on foot or cycling. While there enjoy some refreshment at the Ropewalk Art Centre or the old Tileworks.

Cleethorpes Pier & Beach

From the pier , home to Papas Award Winning Fish & Chips, there are phenomenal views across the spectacular beach

RSPB Bempton Cliffs

Bempton Cliffs just North of Bridlington is home to one of the UK’s top wildlife spectacles. Around half a million seabirds, including Kittiwakes, Gannets & puffins
gather here to raise a family on the towering chalk cliffs

Beverley, Beverley Minster, Saturday Market & The Westwood

Soak up the atmosphere of this picturesque Market town with its Market Cross & Cobbled Squares. There are two fine medieval Churches & close by Westwood pastures –  ideal for a walk & picnic.

The Wolds Way

Visit the website where you can compile your own shorter circular or linear walks based on this pastoral long distance trail. A 79 mile Big Sky walking route from the Humber Bridge to Filey Brigg in the tranquil chalk landscape of the Yorkshire Wolds.

East Yorkshire & North Lincolnshire’s Country Houses

There is plenty of choice for heritage lovers. On the North Bank the Elizabethan
Burton Agnes, Burton Constable,the Georgian Sledmere House & Victorian Sewerby Hall all have beautiful gardens. Normanby Hall on the South Bank is close by with the opportunity to “Go Ape”

These are just a few suggestions for your visit- there is so much more for you to discover.