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Tel code: 01964 | code search
Postcode: HU19 | code search
Population: 6050
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July
Steam Rally and Grand Summer Parade

September
The Summer Proms
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Withernsea is a rather old-fashioned English seaside resort, and nothing wrong with that. Its population of just fewer than 6,000 is swelled in the summer months by visitors coming to enjoy the Blue Flag beach. Like many other seaside places the days of high volume tourism have gone, though the holiday parks in the area still do good business. And though there are still amusement arcades in the town, people visiting these days are perhaps looking for something a bit more demanding or rewarding. The town itself has the famous lighthouse in its midst, 127 feet high, standing way above the buildings surrounding it. Though disused as a lighthouse, the building now serves as a museum to fifties actress Kay Kendall, who came from Withernsea. For those wanting to tour the area there is plenty to offer. Spurn Head is a short drive south, a unique place, wild and desolate, providing a special habitat for the wildlife to be seen on the nature trail there. There is rather gentler countryside on offer a few miles away along the A1033, with pretty villages like Ottringham and Burstwick. Holderness is flat country, good for walking and in the back lanes at least for cycling, though you should not forget that the windmills in the area were built for a reason, something hard to forget in the winter when the icy winds come in from the North Sea, though the weather in the summer is far more clement

Attraction

Withernsea Beach
Withernsea Lighthouse Museum

Caravan Park

Long Meadows Caravan Site
Withernsea Holiday Park

Dentist

Dental Surgery

Estate Agent

Ashdales
Hill Frank & Son (Estate Agents) Ltd

Golf Club

Withernsea Golf Club

Holiday Park

Willows Holiday Park
Withernsea Holiday Park

Market

Withernsea Indoor Market
Withernsea Market

Pub and Bar

Commercial
Northfield
Spread Eagle

School

Withernsea High School
Withernsea Infant School
Withernsea Junior School

Solicitor

D MacNamara

Taxi

Allround Taxis

New Line Cabs

Shops

Holderness pc
Utopia
Lunn Garden Centre
Cheeky Monkey
J & S Fashions
Holderness Trading Centre
Dawns Accessories

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Bramhill Country Farmhouse (6.12 miles)

Bramhill Country Farmhouse

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Beautiful Georgian Country Farmhouse B & B, set in 10 acres of prime Holderness Farmland, with Tennis Court, Woodland Walk, Pond, Stables, Horses, Chickens etc,.

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The Neptune Inn (6.76 miles)

The Neptune Inn
The Neptune Inn - at Easington near Hull is a lovely village inn which offers comfortable accommodation and excellent home cooked food, take a look at our menus and get your taste buds tingling. Our hospitality ... More | visit website
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Wentworth House (8.79 miles)

Wentworth House
Wentworth House is situated in the tranquil rural village of Aldbrough, near to the church. Aldbrough is on the coast just east of Hull, between Hornsea and Withernsea, and has a range of local services ... More | visit website
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West Carlton Country Guest House (9.07 miles)

West Carlton Country Guest House

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A beautiful Georgian manor house (circa 1740) set in a quiet rural area with uninterrupted views of the surrounding countryside. Spacious and welcoming, all our rooms are en-suite with lots ... More

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Paull Holme Farm B&B (9.51 miles)

Paull Holme Farm B&B
Paull Holme Farm is set within acres of stunning East Yorkshire Countryside and immediately adjacent to Paull's very own sprawling nature reserve. The tranquil setting of our bed and breakfast serves as an ideal base for ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Grimsby (11.98 miles)

Premier Inn Grimsby
Ideally situated for both business and leisure guests. For business this hotel is near to Pyewhit industrial park. Local attractions include Pleasure Island, Auditorium, Grimsby football club and Cleethorpes beach front. For shops and local ... More | visit website
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Arlana Guest House (12.08 miles)

Arlana Guest House

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Tastefully refurbished with style and elegance, Arlana Guest House and Therapy Centre is a tranquil retreat with a touch of luxury, which offers a wide range of therapies and workshops. Most of ... More

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Sugar Sugar Hotel (12.18 miles)

Sugar Sugar Hotel

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Sugar Sugar Hotel has quickly established itself as one of Grimsby and Cleethorpes premier hotels.Situated on Cleethorpes lively market square, the stylish, boutique Sugar Sugar Hotel offers individually themed rooms ... More

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Priory Guest House (12.20 miles)

Priory Guest House
Our friendly guest house is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our ... More | visit website
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Clee House Hotel & Bistro (12.22 miles)

Clee House Hotel & Bistro

Clee House Hotel & Bistro is Cleethorpes‚ 3 Star hidden gem. As we are not a link in a hotel chain or standard B&B, we can offer our own unique kind of accommodation and comfort for the ... More | visit website

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