Places to stay
Hull is the only city and the obvious place for accommodation in East Yorkshire, and there are plenty of places to stay, including good-value hotels and B&Bs, here and surrounding areas. But it's historic Beverley that has the charm that most visitors are looking for when it comes to somewhere to stay, as does the wider Wolds countryside, with its picturesque villages and rolling landscapes. Accommodation here tends towards the rustic and rural, from country cottages to farmhouse B&Bs – there's even a vegetarian Buddhist B&B, set within a grand country estate. The other area for accommodation is the coast, principally Bridlington, which has everything from cheap and cheerful seaside guesthouses and B&Bs, traditional campsites and caravan parks and more contemporary lodgings. The only youth hostel in the region is at Beverley but it's a beauty, set within an historic friary and oozing atmosphere.