Places to go:-

Within a 2 minute walk:-

The John Paul Jones Family Pub:-

A welcoming family friendly pub serving traditional beers and delicious home cooked food.   Food is served between 12 noon and 9pm daily.

 

Lorenzos:- 

A fully licensed cafe, serving hot drinks, snacks, ice-cream and cakes

Pharmacy:-

A well stocked pharmacy is located next door to cafe italia, it is open Monday to Friday 9-5 

The Leisure Centre and Tennis Court -

The new Leisure Centre is now open and our guests have free access to the Gym, indoor heated swimming pool, children's pool,  steam room and sauna. There are lots of daily activities to take part in throughout the season such as:  Tennis, various pool activities,  seascooters, waterwalkerz, Archery, Fencing, Putting green, Children's activities and mountain bike hire

The Leisure Centre is only a couple of minutes walk from the cottage just next to the pub, and a timetable of events can be obtained from the Reception Staff. There will be a small charge for all of these activities.

 

Within half an hours drive:-

Filey -   a quaint, unspoilt, traditional seaside town, just a few minutes away by car, or a 2 mile walk along the beach, Filey bay has a 5 mile stretch of sandy beach.  Parking is available on the seafront or the countryside park, it is famous for its' Brigg which stretches out to sea at the north of the beach, fantastic rockpools but please check the tide times before exploring.

http://www.tidetimes.org.uk/Filey_Bay.html

http://www.fileybrigg.com/

Bridlington - with its' sandy beaches, amusement arcades, fun fair, pleasure cruise rides, speedboat thrills, John Bull Rock, Sewerby Hall and Zoo and even a miniature village, there really is something for everyone.

http://www.john-bull-confectioners.co.uk/

http://www.eastriding.gov.uk/sewerby/ 

Flamborough Head - Fantastic walks, visit the lighthouse    or just sit on the cliff tops watching the sea and the birds.

Bempton Cliffs - An RSPB nature reserve, walk along the cliff path and if you are lucky you may spot a Puffin !

http://www.rspb.org.uk/reserves/guide/b/bemptoncliffs/index.aspx 

Burton Agnes Hall - http://www.burtonagnes.com/Home.html

Scarborough - go for a paddle, build a sand castle before taking a stroll around the ruins of Scarborough castle, take a brisk, bracing walk around Marine Drive, have a ride on the North Bay miniature railway up to Scalby Mills and the Sea Life Centre, or perhaps you'd prefer to take a boat around the lake in Peasholm Park. 

http://www.peasholmpark.com/

http://www.nbr.org.uk/

http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/daysout/properties/scarborough-castle/

http://www.visitsealife.com/Scarborough/ 

Scarborough from South Cliff, looking over South Bay. 

 Within an hours drive:-

York - A cruise down the river, afternoon Tea at one of the many tea rooms - Betty's is always a real treat, visit one of the many museums, art galleries or visitor attractions, walk the city walls, stroll around the meandering streets including the Shambles and Stonegate, visit the Minster, join a ghost walk or tour one of the many haunted properties.

http://www.yorkminster.org/

http://www.nrm.org.uk/

http://www.jorvik-viking-centre.co.uk/

http://www.yorkboat.co.uk/

http://www.theoriginalghostwalkofyork.co.uk/

 

 Whitby - Whale Bones, Abbey and harbour, cross the swing bridge to the old town and its cobbled streets lined with pretty shops selling gifts, Whitby jet jewellery and artwork. If you are feeling fit you can  walk the 199 steps up to the Abbey and the church.  There are some fantastic fish restaurants in Whitby, the most famous being the Magpie.  Take the North Yorkshire Moors Railway to Pickering, stopping in Heartbeat Country along the way. Also in the area are the Fishing villages of Robin Hood's Bay, Runswick Bay, and Staithes which are well worth a visit.

http://www.nymr.co.uk/

http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/daysout/properties/whitby-abbey/

http://www.cookmuseumwhitby.co.uk/