The Hornsea Lakeside Lodges located in Hornsea, Yorkshire Moors and Coast are part of the Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection. These lovely lakeside cabin buildings boast a spectacular lakeside setting that is encompassed by 60 acres of unspoiled countryside, with this exclusive selection of luxury lodges you can enjoy the enviable location just a stone’s throw from the historic town of Hornsea and the magnificent Yorkshire Moors coastline. Each cabin building lodge has undergone careful styling to create a beautiful, contemporary ambiance that is complemented by an outdoor hot tub, perfect for relaxing under the stars after a long day of exploring this beautiful corner of England.
Picturesque Hornsea is an eclectic mix of quaint local villages and bustling towns that offer diverse attractions ranging from daytime culture activities to night-time vibrance and gastronomy. Where everything from dramatic cliffs, sandy bays, designer outlets, historic houses, boating, and birdwatching opportunities abound. The Hornsea Lakeside lodges are just a stone’s throw from Hornsea Golf Club, where guests of the lodges can benefit from the use of the member's clubhouse after a round of golf and there is a fully stocked fishing lake onsite for the anglers among you. For guests to the lodges, you can get the pamper pack for couples with Champagne, chocolates, fresh flowers, and use of bathrobes at an additional charge (you will want to arrange for this at the time of booking).
During your stay, you can visit the beautiful coast and you might want to venture further to West Yorkshire where there is plenty more to see and do. Ilkley Moor in West Yorkshire is a lovely place to appreciate the panoramic views, and enjoy scenic walks. The region is famous for the Yorkshire anthem On Ilkley Moor baht at the moor which is also a Site of Special Scientific Interest due to its upland habitat for ground-nesting birds. Ilkley Quarry is the site of the famous Cow and Calf, a large rock formation that consists of an outcrop and boulder, which is also known as the Hangingstone Rocks. The rocks are made of millstone grit, which is a variety of sandstone, and are named because one is large, with a smaller stone sitting close to it, like a cow and calf.
There are multiple ways to do this walk and if you are not careful you can end up scrambling up the rocks and on overgrown alternate paths if you take the wrong course from The Wells cafe with the easier walk being to head up the path behind the back of the cafe not to the side of the cafe. Kids will enjoy this walking tour as there are lots of things that they can interact with and it isn’t so long that they may lose interest. This is a lovely walk any time of the year, depending when you go you might experience snow or thick mist, making for a lovely winter wonderland. It is said to be one of the best walks in the region.
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