Guide to the Yorkshire Coast
Traditional seaside resorts like Whitby, Scarborough, Bridlington & Hornsea and the wildlife santuaries Spurn Point & Bempton Cliffs.
The Yorkshire coast consists of chalk cliffs in the north, below Flamborough Head the chalk gives way to clay. This boulder clay was deposited by the retreating galciers after the last Ice Age and has left East Yorkshire with a fragile coastline that has one of the highest erosion rates in the country. Out to sea are numerous Yorkshire villages that have over the centuries been lost to the sea.
There are some lovely beaches along the coast and in the south the impressive Spurn Point, a huge sand spit that is formed by the gradual movement of deposits down the coast. Over the centuries these sand spits are breached by the sea and they then reform. This area of the Yorkshire coast is a haven for wildlife.
East Yorkshire has both family resorts, fishing ports and wildlife sanctuaries so whatever your interest you will find somewhere on the coast to interest you. Stay in our self catering cottages and explore the area.
A relaxing break We had a lovely stay in the Stables with our young Cocker Spaniel. This was our first holiday in a cottage and our first holiday with a dog so it... read moreGILLChesterfield26/10/20
Very comfortable and well equipped 4 night stay in delightful cottage Situated just two miles away from the beautiful town of Beverley the Cart House is a very spacious holiday cottage overlooking sheep grazing in the fields. The cottage is well... read moreParadise24371212/10/20
Wonderful stay Booked a last minute stay in the Barn house and loved it that much we extended our stay and stayed the 2nd half in the Foldyard cottage. Both cottages were... read moreKKirkup87111/10/20
Very high quality with a personal touch Our stay for nearly two weeks in "Courtyard" met all our expectations. Very warm all the time and very comfortable. Everything, one feels, has been designed and everything is of... read morePeter N.06/10/20
Absolutely stunning! Superb 5* accommodation with a real wow factor.
We were looking for escapism and we found an amazing hideaway!
Superb location and loved watching the sheep grazing in the surrounding fields.... read moreHelen B.30/09/20
Fantastic romantic birthday treat! Stunning cottage in an absolutely lovely setting, well equipped, clean and nicely furnished.
I never realised watching pigs play could be so therapeutic- I now want some pigs. The views from... read moreangibobs30/09/20
Weekend stay with friends What a lovely little find! we stayed here for two nights as a group of five and loved every minute. Commuted two and a half hours to the cottage and... read moreJ9682TZvickyb17/09/20
Delightful, cannot fail to impress Really looked forward to our four night break during this strange time we are all living in. On driving into the farm the entrance was well kept and the cottages... read morekatiefrombolton15/09/20
Visit to Broadgate Farm, 3-10 Sept 2020 Our booking was made at the beginning of lockdown (grrrrr.......) and was very much something to look forward to in the face of so much doom and gloom. ... read moreF7571SVjudiths13/09/20
Foldyard -a great place to stay A spacious, well equipped, comfortable ground floor barn conversion with the surprise bonus of its own walled garden where the dog and crawling baby could make the most of... read moremrsmdp10/09/20
Superb 5* accommodation with a real wow factor We were two households, ranging from 7 months to almost 83 years. We enjoyed a much needed, post-Covid lockdown five night break in Cart House 4 which meant we were... read moreAJM_300906/09/20
Wonderful stay in Foldyard Cottage We had a lovely one week stay in the farm. Our cottage had everything we could ask for, the beds are very comfortable and the atmosphere of the cottage is... read moreExpedition3950304/09/20