East Yorkshire is blessed with many varied attractions. From the Yorkshire Wolds to its rugged coast line the area offers a great diversity of landscapes. From the chalk cliffs of Flamborough head to the ever changing coastline of Holderness the East Yorkshire coast is a fascinating place to visit. The Little Otchan Hut is in the middle of Yorkshires nature triangle which includes the unique nature reserve of Spurn Point. Not just for wildlife and beach lovers, the city of Hull and historic town of Beverley are within easy reach ensuring there is something for everyone in this corner of Yorkshire.
The Cold war bunker at RAF Holmpton shows a fascinating look at how the area unknowingly was at the heart of the cold war. Fort Paull houses Yorkshires only remaining Napoleonic Fortress giving you chance to explore 500 years of history. Spurn Point is only a short drive away where the mouth of the Humber reaches the north sea creating this iconic landscape. From Kilnsea to the south and Bridlington to the north there are numerous beaches and seaside towns to explore.
The beautiful Market town of Beverley is 30 minutes away and is full of independent shops, delis, restaurants, bars and the beautiful Beverley Minister which is well worth a visit. Kingston Upon Hull will be the city of culture 2017 and will show the best that the city can offer. With the old town, The Deep and The Marina all in walking distance of each other, Hull is also home to some of the best places to eat and drink in Yorkshire. The area also boasts country houses, nature reserves, farmers markets and great walking and cycling routes.
From £80 per night, you could be enjoying the hut and its unique surroundings.