Hornsea Railway Self-Catering Holiday Cottages
Hornsea Station Mews Self-Catering Holiday Cottage. Click on the headings to the left....
Charming, Grade II listed, attractive Victorian mews cottage. This single storey 1 bedroomed cottage has been tastefully converted from the 1864 Hornsea Railway Station designed by Rawlins Gould of York.
.Conveniently located between the seafront and town centre
.Entrance hall with built in cloaks cupboard
.Spacious and well fitted double bedroom with double bed
.Light and airy lounge and dining area with TV, CD player and radio
.Well equipped kitchen with built-in oven, ceramic hob, microwave oven and washing machine
.Bathroom with toilet, shaver point and electric shower over bath
.Gas central heating and gas living flame effect fire in lounge
.Enclosed rear patio garden with French door leading from lounge
.Block paved parking bay for 1 car immediately outside
.Bed linen and towels included
Station Mews, nestling in a secluded location on Station Court in Hornsea, a small market town on the coast in East Yorkshire, is ideally situated for your holiday or romantic break: just 200 metres from the beach and promenade, leisure centre with indoor swimming pool, restaurants and pub, and a short level walk to all the amenities such as shops, restaurants, cafes, pubs and parks in the town itself. Hornsea also benefits from an 18 hole golf course, boating on the Mere (Yorkshire's largest natural inland freshwater lake), bowling clubs, retail outlets at Hornsea Freeport and the Museum.
Station Mews is an ideal location for walkers or cyclists at the end of the Trans-Pennine Trail.
PLACES TO VISIT NEARBY:
You can visit the historic market town of Beverley with its magnificent Minster, cattle grazing freely on the Westwood and its interesting shops.
Nearby are the historic houses of Burton Constable Hall, Burton Agnes Hall and the Wassand Hall Estate.
You can also visit other seaside resorts at Bridlington, Filey and Flamborough or the rolling countryside of the Yorkshire Wolds.
Birdwatchers will enjoy visiting Hornsea Mere and the RSPB reserves at Bempton and Top Hill Low.
Within easy reach are the historic cities of York and Hull. Hull has some fascinating museums as well as"The Deep" (- an aquarium with a difference!) along with an historic old quarter.
Not too far away are the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors as featured in "HeartBeat".
Boating, rowing,and feeding the ducks at Hornsea Mere. Golfing, swimming, bowling, strolling on the beach or on the Trans-Pennine Trail. Going for walks in the surrounding countryside. Fishing from the beach or at the many local fishing lakes. Sightseeing. Shopping. Eating and drinking.Visiting Hornsea Museum.....and so much more!
"Station Mews", Station Court, Hornsea