Things to do nearby


Barcourt Estate Ltd is located on the East Coast in the small friendly town of Hornsea.

In Hornsea there are a wide variety of local restaurants, cafes and pubs with excellent reputations.  There is a lovely promanade to enjoy relaxing strolls and a town centre with independent shops to browse.

Hornsea Museum houses a wide range of local items and memorabilia accross three buildings including a vast range of Hornsea Pottery manufactured in Hornsea until its closure in 2000.  The museum also runs regular events including craft classes for children and adults, open events in the garden and an annul Jazz evening.

Hornsea Mere is Yorkshire's largest freshwater lake with a host of family activities to be enjoyed from hiring a rowing boat to row around the Mere to feeding the ducks, fishing and playing mini golf there is also an on site licenced cafe to enjoy refreshments.

Hall Garth Park is a large park in the centre of Hornsea which is lovely for walking around and also houses a childrens play park and a skate park for older children.  The park also now has Run England 3-2-1 Jogging/Walking Initiative marked route for the more active.  The park is also the venue for the towns annual Hornsea Carnival

Hornsea Freeport is a shopping outlet village located on the outskirts of Hornsea.  Besides a range of outlet stores including Tog24 and Clarkes it is also home to Neptunes Kingdom childrens indoor play area incuding an indoor climbing wall.  The Freeport also runs various family friendly events throughout the year

Hornsea Floral Hall holds regular live music, comedy and shows and also antique fairs and table top sales.  Located on the seafront it also has a lovely large cafe with sea views.

Hornsea Leisure Centre has an indoor swimming pool including a childrens pool, fully equipped gym and hosts a wide range of daily exercise classes.

Honeysuckle Farm is a working farm located just outside Hornsea and is open to the public from March to September. Children can pet the animals in the petting zoo, learn about farm animals and processes including a daily milking demonstration, enjoy refreshments in the new onsite cafe and take a shire horse cart ride around the farm. The Farm also has an outdoor fort play area and a large indoor play area with bales of straw for children to climb on and explore

For cyclists Hornsea is also at the end of the Trans Pennine Trail which runs from Southport providing an off road cycle track all the way - you can cycle and explore as much of this as you fancy.

If you fancy exploring further a field a short drive away is the historic market town of Beverley, the larger seaside town of Bridlington and the City of Hull which is the UK City of Culture for 2017.