Local attractions/ Visitors guide

Ideally placed for hungry travellers they are close to a variety of exciting & interesting local attractions, all within either a short walk or a short drive….

Far-Ings National Nature Reserve & Visitor Centre
They are nestled next to the reserve which covers a five mile area along the Humber bank. The Reserve is managed by the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust and is set within the old Barton clay pits.  There are shallow waters, fresh water lakes, reed beds, meadow & shrub land all of which offer a variety of habitats for a vast number of birds, insects & wild flowers. There are many attractive walks with spectacular views for all to enjoy.

Humber Bridge & Country Park Nature Reserve
Take a leisurely stroll across the magnificent Humber Bridge, capturing the amazing views that will remain with you for years.  This incredible feat of engineering held the record for the longest single span suspension bridge for 17 years!  The Country Park Nature Reserve is a haven for people and wildlife set amongst woods, meadows, ponds and cliffs. The tree covered chalk terraces of the old chalk quarry offer dramatic views over the River Humber and the towering Humber Bridge

Waters Edge Country Park
A wonderful place to unwind, within its easy access paths & tranquil surroundings it provides a home to an impressive number of birds, mammals, plants and insects.

Ropewalk Contemporary Art & Craft
In the former rope factory you can find out about the history of Barton’s tile & rope industry, along with seeing a selection of contemporary art and crafts within.

The Deep, Hull
One of the most spectacular aquariums in the world; this award-winning Yorkshire family attraction is home to 40 sharks and over 3,500 fish.

Beverley, the Minster & the Racecourse
The beautiful & historic market town of Beverley is home to a wide variety of things to see; from a gothic Minster to a famous Racecourse.  Sip champagne in the stylish Premier Enclosure, or enjoy a picnic right at the heart of the action in the Course Enclosure.

The Walled City of York, the Cathedral & the Racecourse
This incredible city offers fabulous shopping in the world famous Shambles plus the National Railway Museum, Jorvik Viking Centre, York Castle Museum, Yorkshire Museum & the scary York Dungeon!

Over a million people a year take a walk through 1900 years of history on York’s city walls and visit the largest gothic cathedral in Northern Europe.  And don’t forget to have a flutter at the Races!

Normanby Hall Country Park
Return to the elegance of a more leisurely era in the beautiful, award-winning Regency Hall, Farm Museum, Deer Park and Victorian Walled Garden.

National Fishing Heritage Centre, Grimsby
Witness the journey and the stories of the fishermen of Grimsby.

The City of Lincoln and its Cathedral
Steeped in history, this City with character is home to one of the finest and most beautiful
gothic buildings in Europe.