Brandesburton is a pleasant village with a green, market cross and Norman church, a short drive from the coast at Hornsea or with the fleshpots of Bridlington rather more distant... Read More

Hotels in Brandesburton - 3 places to stay

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Burton Lodge Hotel

Burton Lodge Hotel

Burton Lodge Hotel is set in 2 acres of attractive grounds and gardens at the southern edge of the village of Brandesburton in rural East Yorkshire adjoining a golf club.

A charming family run hotel, the ... More | visit website

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Dacre Lakside Park

Dacre Lakside Park

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Peacefully set around a picturesque 6-acre lake, these beautifully designed Scandinavian log lodges offer a luxurious and tranquil base for a truly relaxing holiday. A host of ... More | visit website

Other Places to Stay near Brandesburton

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New Inn (1.61 miles)

New Inn
Are you looking for bed and breakfast accommodation, where you will receive a warm and friendly welcome? Do you wish to experience first class hospitality and home cooked food in a village setting? Well look ... More | visit website
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Exhibition Cottage at Hall Farm Cottages (2.59 miles)

Exhibition Cottage at Hall Farm Cottages

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These enchanting, beautifully furnished cottages are set amidst lovely aromatic gardens in a really peaceful location. Hornsea - 4 miles, offers 'blue flag' sandy beach, designer shopping ... More

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The Forge (3.77 miles)

The Forge

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Amidst acres of peaceful countryside, the immaculate conversion of a group of mellow brick barns at High Farm has created seven properties with beautifully designed, spacious and ... More

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The Marine (5.70 miles)

The Marine
Family friendly small guest house with 5 letting bedrooms located directly on the sea front in Hornsea, single, family, double and twin rooms available, located above a friendly pub. All rooms have sea front views, ... More | visit website
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Gardeners Country Inn (5.96 miles)

Gardeners Country Inn
This charming country Inn provides lodges and rooms with free Wi-Fi amidst beautiful, peaceful farmland. Only 15 minutesí drive from Hullís city centre, it also has a traditional pub.

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White Horse Inn (6.40 miles)

White Horse Inn

The White Horse is ideally situated for touring the Yorkshire wolds and East Yorkshire coastline. Situated by the village green and duck pond of Hutton Cranswick, 3 miles from the market town of Driffield and ... More | visit website

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Eastgate Guest House (7.04 miles)

Eastgate Guest House
A warm welcome awaits everyone at Eastgate Guest House. This 17 bedroom 4 star rated Victorian Guest House has lots of original features. Owned and run by the same family for the past 40 years. ... More | visit website
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Tudor Rose Hotel & Restaurant (7.05 miles)

Tudor Rose Hotel & Restaurant

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We would like to welcome you to the Tudor Rose Hotel. situated in the historic town of Beverley. The Tudor Rose is a 2 star hotel and Restaurant. The hotel ... More

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Potts of Flemingate (7.06 miles)

Potts of Flemingate

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Potts of Flemingate is a small establishment and as such, is able to offer a high level of service and accommodation to all guests. The decor is both homely and ... More

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Kings Head Hotel (7.13 miles)

Kings Head Hotel

The Kingís Head Hotel is situated in Beverley and offers unique hotel accommodation in the centre of this historic town, with spacious and beautifully decorated rooms and personal service. The period building hides a contemporary ... More | visit website

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