The Admiralty Guest House sits in a prime location on the Hornsea promenade, enjoying unrestricted panoramic views of the East Yorkshire coast line and North Sea.
Admiralty Guest House is a traditional family run holiday guest home offering high standards of bed and breakfast accommodation.
There are a choice of comfortable bedrooms ranging from singles, doubles, twins and large family rooms. All rooms have washbasins or ensuite or private bathroom facilities and include colour televison and tea/coffee making trays. One of the rooms is located on the ground floor and is suitable for the elderly or less mobile visitor. This room can also accommodate pets by prior arrangement.
A full English breakfast is included in the price and served in the Admiralty Dining Room. All produce is home cooked and the breakfasts at the Admiralty are considered to be the best on the East Coast!
The Admiralty also has a tea room open 10 – 3pm. Evening meals are also available by prior arrangement on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings.
At the eastern edge of Hornsea town lies the sea, with over a mile of promenade and fine sandy beaches. To the north of the promenade is the Floral Hall, an entertainment centre which stages festivals, pantomimes, musicals, plays, concerts and dances throughout the year. The south end of the promenade features an array of seaside amusement arcades with novelty machines and children's rides.
Staying in Hornsea offers all the pleasures of a traditional seaside resort whilst providing a convenient base for touring the Historic East Riding making the Admiralty the ideal base for both business and pleasure!
Single non-ensuite £23 - en-suite with shower £27- en-suite with bath & shower £30
Double/Twin non-ensuite £42 – ensuite with shower £46 – ensuite with bath & shower £50
Family rooms (price on application)
Children under 12 half price!
Children under 5 free!
Prices include full English breakfast
Please telephone Bob to make a reservation.
You have probably heard of Beverley Minster, Flamborough Head, the Yorkshire Wolds, the Humber Bridge. But what about the Land of Green Ginger, Britain's largest standing stone, Europe's largest collection of waterlilies or even the oddest place in England ?
Happily for those who are in on East Yorkshire's secrets, this is a corner of England still relatively undiscovered. The landscape is unlike anywhere else in Britain and truly a walker's paradise. Rich and fertile farmland swells gently from the flat meadows of Holderness, gently rising and rolling over the chalky uplands of the Yorkshire Wolds, to end at the great chalk cliffs of Flamborough Head, plunging down into the North Sea. And within all this you will find picture-postcard villages, stunning churches, stately homes with magnificent gardens, a city resplendent in maritime heritage, a medieval town as musical today as it was 500 years ago, plenty of pubs as yet untouched by the dreaded theme teams, prizewinning Yorkshire puddings and England's last word in fish restaurants.
Sometimes known as little Denmark, many towns and villages reflect this area's Danish and Flemish connections in appearance and in name, such as Lund, Skidby and Wetwang.
Places to visit include Hornsea Golf Club, Skipsea Castle, Hornsea Freeport, Burton Agnes Hall, Burton Constable Country Park, Sewerby Hall, Beverley Minster, Spurn Lightship, Flamborough Head & Lighthouse, Humber Bridge Country Park, Thornton Abbey and Waters Edge Country Park to name just a few. More places to visit on the Admiralty website.