A short relaxing holiday to Raywell Hall lodges with a hot tub-Jacuzzi was our treat this year in East Yorkshire.
Just a hour and half form us, but on the lower end of the East coast, a great base to visit some of Yorkshires nature reserves in the area and forty minuets from the sea.
The Lodges are situated in beautiful grounds with open fields one one side, we watched two Barn owls hunting, saw a Green Woodpecker and a family of young GSW. Baby Rabbits every were.
The Lodge was so nice and roomy I could have lived there.
A large area of shops, but best was the old part of town with some stunning buildings, to much rain and wind to stay out but we had a lovely lunch, "Yorkshire man's lunch" to share, so much we took the rest home for tea....
I loved this town, with it's quaint little shops, Beverley is known for it's Minster. The rain was even harder to day so no photos, we had hoped to go in the Minster but there was a funeral on. I would love to go back here, a lovely place.
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Beverley Minster is renowned for the grace of its Gothic style. It contains elements of three styles: Early English, Decorated and Perpendicular. On the site where Beverley Minster stands prayers have been offered to God for 1300 years; many who visit the church today experience a sense of quiet and spiritual peace within its walls. Visitors to East Yorkshire are surprised to find in the relatively unknown town of Beverley one of the finest Gothic churches in Europe. (LINK)
Better day to day with a little sunshine, been to Brid before when we went to Bempton cliffs one year. Nice beach and you can see the passing birds. Town it's self looking a little tied but ok. The thing we noticed most to day was people taking dogs for a walk in prams along the sea front !
We are now into finding Green men while away on holiday thanks to Ragged Robin, so found this man... came home with us.
will be staying here again as we loved it so much, and we got it at a good price too...