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Hollym is an attractive village situated approximately 3 Km south of Withernsea on the main road from Hull to Withernsea. The village has a number of large farms interspersed with open areas and mature hedges. St Nicholas church, built in 1814, stands isolated in a field to the south of Northside Road. It is a Grade II listed building.
The Plough Inn has been an important part of village life in Hollym for many years and has been owned and run by the current owners since 2005, providing quality Beer and Real Ales, Good Food, and a great atmosphere.
2 Miles away
Withernsea is a traditional holiday resort with an attractive promenade and seafront. The famous lighthouse towers above the houses, some 127 feet high and is the home of the Lighthouse Museum with its tribute to Hollywood film star Kay Kendall.
30 Miles away
The historic market town of Beverley has plenty of cafes and shops along its cobbled streets and if that's not enough Saturday is market day! It is also home to the beautiful gothic Beverley Minster and Beverley Westwood.
15 Miles away
Part of the Yorkshire Nature Triangle, Spurn is one of Yorkshire Wildlife Trust's most iconic nature reserves. A natural breakwater between the North sea and The Humber. It has been a shipping landmark for over 100 years.
19 Miles away
Hornsea is a lovely seaside town with a blue flag beach, a promenade and excellent fish and chips! Hornsea is also home to The Mere (the largest freshwater lake in Yorkshire). Hornsea Mere is a renowned for bird-watching, rowing, sailing and the delicious food served up by The Mere Cafe.
The Deep, Hull
18 Miles away
The Deep aquarium is well worth a visit and includes sharks, rays and penguins (to name a few!) A short walk away is Hull Marina and the Fruit Market, with its bars, restaurants and street entertainment in summer.
33 Miles away
The promenade and old harbour mean Bridlington is not to be missed. The hustle and bustle of this seaside town is a far cry from the quiet of Withernsea.
36 Miles away
This historic country house is set in 50 acres of stunning parkland. it also houses a small Zoo with mammals birds and penguins. Don’t miss the daily feeding time! A journey by land train over the cliffs to Bridlington offers some spectacular coastal views.