Hornsea is a small picturesque seaside town situated on the east coast of Yorkshire, midway between Flamborough Head and Spurn Point. It has a newly developed promenade and glorious sandy beaches. Just a short walk along the promenade takes you to the heart of the town centre.
The town is popular with visitors; it is a conservation area with historic houses dating back to the 15th century. Hall Garth Park surrounds the town centre and St. Nicholas Parish Church dates back to the 12th century.
Hornsea has the following attractions:
- Blue Flag Beach with miles of coastline to enjoy and explore
- Hornsea Freeport with Outlet Shopping Village – over 30 stores offering discounts of up to 50% and Beach Cove - Indoor Soft Play and Outdoor Play. Also Bugtopia tropical rainforest experience with bugs and animals.
- Hornsea Mere is Yorkshire's largest fresh-water lake and bird sanctuary; it is a popular tourist attraction offering visitors rowing, sailing, boat trips and fishing.
- A newly refurbished Leisure Centre is located just a few minutes walk from Longbeach
- Plenty of nice restaurants and pubs located just 5 minutes walk away
- Lots of shops, bars, restaurants and cafes on the high street
- Honeysuckle Farm is located just outside Hornsea; this working farm is loved by children and adults of all ages!
- Jump-around Inflata park on the seafront
- Amusement arcades
- An award-winning local folk museum