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Hornsea Lakeside Lodges, Rolston, Hornsea
Hornsea Lakeside Lodges are a cluster of excellent lodges in a spectacular lakeside setting, amidst unspoilt countryside and panoramic views. Each lodge has been designed with ultimate luxury in mind. Providing rustic features and contemporary facilities to ensure that guests want for nothing. Within easy reach of the historic town of Hornsea and the magnificent Yorkshire Moors coastline, the properties are ideally placed for a luxurious rural retreat.
Hornsea Lakeside Lodges accommodation
Choose from a selection of traditional North American log cabins with contemporary, stylish amenities. All the lodges really make the most of their stunning surroundings and boast large, outdoor decking complete with hot tub. What better way to unwind after a busy day, and bask in the tranquil park atmosphere, or even enjoy a spot of stargazing on a clear night.
Inside, they have traditional woodburning stoves that add a lovely rustic touch, and are perfect for curling up near on chilly evenings (except Swallow Lodge).
General amenities include: a flat screen TV with Freeview/DVD player, CD player and iPod docking station, as well as Wi-Fi. While well-equipped kitchens include a microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer and washer/dryer (in Dovetail, Sandpiper and Heron lodges only).
Rent includes bed linen, duvets and towels, in addition to gas and electricity. Cots and highchairs are also available for £10pw each.
Pets £50pw each Bath (max 2) (in specific lodges only).
Please note: Group bookings may be subject to restrictions. All non smoking accommodation.
Pamper pack for couples – Champagne, fresh flowers, chocolates and use of bathrobes – £95 per pack
(Order at time of booking and pay for prior to arrival).
Hornsea Lakeside Lodges surrounding area
The surrounding area is rich in picturesque woodland walks, cycle routes and bustling market towns. Hornsea is one of many quaint local villages and bustling towns offering excellent pubs, cafes, restaurants, as well as entertainment. While the Yorkshire Wolds way provides a spectacular route through 79 miles of outstanding natural beauty and tranquil scenery. It leads from the banks of the Humber estuary through lush green valleys, lovely woodland and lots of picturesque rural villages offering plenty of cafes and sources of refreshment.
For a touch of history, Skipsea Castle is very close by. Dating back to 1086, the original fortification was destroyed in the 13th century, although some of its original stones can still be seen in the motte. Or Wilberforce House – the birthplace of the pioneering slavery abolitionist – is within easy reach. The oldest anti-slavery museum in the world, it presents fascinating exhibits, period costumes and furniture. Beverley Minster is also well worth a visit. Considered the most impressive place of worship in England without cathedral status, it took 200 years to build. Meanwhile, Beverley Saturday Market has been in existence for over 800 years, and boasts a huge variety of eclectic stalls, all with views of Beverley Minster and St Mary’s church.
Of course, a priority destination for any guest should be historic York. A beautiful, elegant city, it boasts an incredible array of fine architecture and fascinating history. Wander around the city walls, ancient gates and glorious Minster – England’s largest Gothic church. In addition, the award-winning Jorvik Viking Museum gives valuable insight into the heritage of the local area. And there are lots of bustling shops, cafes, pubs and excellent restaurants to enjoy.