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Mappleton is a village and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire. It is situated on the North Sea coastline in an area known as Holderness and lies approximately three miles (4.8 km) south of the seaside resort of Hornsea.
The civil parish is formed by the village of Mappleton and the
By far one of the most popular towns in this part of Yorkshire is Beverley, a medieval town which is surrounded on three sides by ancient common lands, known as Beverley Pastures. The town is only six miles from Hull.
Known as the Capital of the Wolds, Driffield is a thriving market town and annually holds the largest Agricultural show in Britain. The 500 year old tower of All Saint's Church can be seen from miles around, like a beacon guiding visitors into the town, but it was the opening
Goathland is a lovely place to go and take a walk with a picnic, it is now famous as the setting of the fictional village of Aidensfield in the Heartbeat television series set in the 1960s. Fans of Heartbeat will not be disappointed by a visit
The seaside town of Hornsea is perfect for a family day out, with a lovely sandy beach, a busy promenade to stroll along, amusements and plenty of attractions for all the family. The town has retained a pleasant village atmosphere and people come from miles around
Hull is a vibrant city with lots to do; it is a natural focus for retail shoppers but also has a tradition of arts and culture with a large theatre, the New Theatre opened in 1939 as a successor to the Hull Repertory Theatre Company. The
Pickering is a thriving, historic market town on the edge of the North York Moors National Park and the Vale of Pickering. It is an ideal centre for exploring the locality.You can take a relaxing ride through the lovely countryside on England's longest steam railway (The
Sewerby Hall is a grade one listed building constructed throughout 1714 to 1720 by the Greame family. Between 1808 and 1856 numerous additions were made to the hall including the portico, stable block, gatehouse, balustrade and conservatory (now the Orangery). It is a very fine example of an early Georgian
A curving route around and across the Yorkshire Wolds via Market Weighton, linking the North Sea at Filey to the Humber Bridge in Hessle. The path follows the crest of the chalk escarpment overlooking the Vales of York and Pickering. The landscape is dominated by farming and
Whitby, currently a fishing port and popular tourist destination, is dominated by the ruins of St. Hilda's Abbey – Whitby Abbey, high on Whitby's East Cliff, made famous by Bram Stoker's novel Dracula. Below the abbey a maze of narrow streets run down to the busy
With miles of sandy beaches and plenty of family entertainment, Withernsea is perfect for a relaxing day at the seaside, and enjoys the atmosphere of a smaller, more traditional resort. Withernsea provides plenty of entertainment for everyone on and off the beach, including a market area