Whether walking and cycling on the Yorkshire Wolds or enjoying a city break in Hull you will have a fantastic visit.

Visit the Yorkshire Coast for the best place to view sea birds in England, at RSPB Bempton or spend time exploring the coves and open sandy beaches from Spurn Head up the coast to Filey Brigg.

The stunning market town of Beverley has beauty in abundance. With an awe-inspiring Minster, historical buildings, cobbled streets, and small town charm, there is something for everyone.

Beverley has an up market shopping experience amongst cobbled streets and charming courtyards and has many high street names. In addition there is an interesting selection of smaller independent shops, an antique arcade and the Saturday market is delightful for a weekend browse.

The Georgian Quarter has architecturally fascinating streets, divided by the 15th Century North Bar and contains a great number of listed buildings and a wide variety of shops. Flemingate, East Yorkshire's newest retail and leisure destination, is home to Debenhams and other high street retailers, a six-screen Parkway cinema and 500 space multi storey car park.

The town centre and surrounding streets are bordered by cosmopolitan pavement cafes, historic pubs, cosy coffee shops and fine dining restaurants.

Visit Hull the UK City of Culture 2017 and explore its historic old town and cultural venues. All of the city’s museums and galleries are free to enter so spend some time in the Ferens gallery or immerse yourself in Hull’s maritime history at the Maritime Museum. Take a city tour or take it at your own pace following the famous fish trail. Bring the kids and enjoy highlights like the museums quarter, newly redeveloped marina area or a visit to the award winning The Deep.

The East Yorkshire Coast offers so much, whether you're looking for a leisurely beach break, a busy weekend of arts and culture, spot of wildlife watching, or latest in high tech sporting fun.

The scenery at Flamborough, Fliey Brigg and Bempton, with their white chalk cliffs and seabird colonies, is very dramatic. Bridlington is a traditional bucket and spade resort with its newly refurbished leisure centre and Spa theatre hosting a range of touring performances. Gradually the scenery becomes gentler as you approach Spurn Head, passing through Barmston, Ulrome, Skipsea and nearby Hornsea.

Discover Hornsea

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 town boasts a range of cafes and restaurants as well as the popular shopping outlet - Hornsea Freeport shopping Village.

Mews Cottage is situated near Seaton village, 2 miles from the stunning East Yorkshire coast just off the A1035 main Beverley to Hornsea road.