You and your family will have fun exploring the many fascinating places to visit, from beaches to towns to museums and famous seaside resorts. Far Grange will be your home from home in East Yorkshire that your family will love.
Yorkshire's East Coast is one of Britains best kept secrets
Flamborough Head is one of the most spectacular areas of chalk cliffs in Britain, standing 400 feet high. The chalk was laid down millions of years ago when the last dinosaurs were roaming the earth.
The cliff top walk is a birdspotter's paradise, and visitors to the headland include oyster catchers, gulls, eider ducks, and cormorants. There's also a wide variety of plant and wildlife species.
Filey is one of the beast seaside towns in the north.
Filey beach is one of the best in the country for families – it’s so huge that, no matter how busy it gets, it’s never crowded.
Wander around Filey town for great shopping. Then why not visit Coble Landing, a slipway with a picturesque jumble of boats and kiosks, for a cuppa and a bacon buttie.
Bridlington is a leisurely day out for you and your family, with it's harbour including boat trips, harbour shops and the best fish & chips around.
Visit the funfair, amusements and donkey rides on the beach for a traditional British day out on award winning beachs.
Hornsea is perfect for a family day out, with a lovely sandy beach, a busy promenade to stroll along, amusements and plenty of attractions for all the family. The town has retained a pleasant village atmosphere and people come from miles around to visit.
Hornsea Freeport, the perfect place to shop for less great places to eat and drink, live events, and an extensive range of stores, each offering up to 50% off famous brands.
Honeysuckle Farm is a family owned and family run attraction in East Yorkshire close to the coastal town of Hornsea.
we open in mid-March and always close the first Sunday in September and between those dates you can experience the changing seasons on an authentic farm as we move from lambing and calving season in the spring to warm sunny days in the summer (hopefully) that mean animals in the field and ice cream for everyone.
Situated on Newbegin, the main street of Hornsea, is Burns Farm. For nearly 300 years it was tenanted by the Burn family. It was originally a single-storey cobble building dating back to the late 16th century. A second storey, in hand-made brick, was added in about 1740.
The farmhouse has a country kitchen with an inglenook fire place, a parlour, bedroom, dairy and washhouse, all with Victorian furnishings. Three additional rooms in the farmhouse are used for exhibitions which are periodically changed.