Situated in the North East of England, East Riding of Yorkshire is home to around 340,000 people. The major towns here include the historical marketplace of Beverly, the stunning coastal towns of Withernsea and the port town of Goole as well as the urban area in Hull. With historic sites and a huge variety of natural views, it's a brilliant place to visit.
Experience the county's natural beauty at Sewerby Hall and Gardens and Fort Paull, or at the stunning beaches along the coast of Flamborough Head and Bridlington Sea Front. For a more cultural experience why not catch a show at the Hull Truck Theatre or learn about the great heritage of Yorkshire in the Hornsea Museum.
The county is characterised by its low riding fields and fertile plain, which made it a fruitful place for farmers to plant crops in the days of Old England. Because of its agricultural roots, there's always a delicious fresh meal to be found nearby. Whether you’re staying in an elegant hotel or a local B&B, you'll never be too far from a restaurant or pub that serves only the best Yorkshire cuisine.