Acorn Lodge is a notable Victorian family house in the centre of Hornsea offering two large accessible self catering apartments, one of which has a wet room.
Acorn Lodge also offers bed and breakfast with two large family rooms.
Hornsea town centre is a quarter of a mile away with the seafront even closer; the perfect place to stay for enjoying the coastline, the Yorkshire Wolds, Beverley and Hull. York is only one hour away and the North York Moors National Park a similar distance.
Hornsea itself has its own Freeport shopping centre offering plenty of bargains and for those looking for a quieter pace, there are miles of sand dunes along the shoreline. Hornsea also has the largest freshwater lake in Yorkshire, Hornsea Mere, which has over 200 species of wild birds visiting it every year. For those keen on wildlife there is the RSPB centre at Bempton near Flamborough, famous for its Puffin population.
Acorn Lodge was built by Joseph Armytage Wade in 1879 and is sometimes known as the Fish Scale House because of the unusual tiling that faces the external walls. Mr Wade is famous in Hornsea and more information about him is available by clicking .
If you are looking for a few days to relax or for a longer period either for holiday or business, then Acorn Lodge offers the ideal solution.
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