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This is the climate diagram in Hornsea. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Enjoy a relaxing break in a holiday cottage in Hornsea
Situated on England's north-east coast, between the North Sea and Yorkshire's largest lake, the small town of Hornsea is quieter than your average seaside resort – though there are still plenty of attractions to keep visitors of all ages entertained. Enjoy a quiet stay in a Hornsea lodging, and explore all that this popular town has to offer.
Between the sea and the mere
The presence of the nearby North Sea coast and Hornsea Mere means there are lots of outdoor activities for kids, and adults, of all ages to enjoy. You can take a leisurely stroll along Hornsea promenade and sit on the beach, or take a rowing boat out onto the mere and try your hand at fishing. There are walking trails around the mere too, which is a nature reserve due to the presence of many species of water birds.
Hall Garth Park in the town itself has a well-equipped play area, and skateboarders are even encouraged to make use of the paths! Younger kids will enjoy a visit to Honeysuckle Farm where they can meet a range of farm animals and pets, as well as watching demonstrations of milking and other farm activities and taking a ride in a cart pulled by a shire horse.
The town of Hornsea dates from the 15th century, and you can still explore the historic side of this seaside resort during your stay. Hornsea Museum is a good place to start; housed in a building from 1672, it features a typical Victorian bedroom as well as agricultural equipment, memorabilia from the railways and rooms full of the famous Hornsea pottery which was made in the town between 1949 and 2000 when the factory closed.
A few kilometres outside Hornsea is the Regency-era Wassand Hall which houses furniture, porcelain and works of art from the 18th and 19th centuries. The Hall is also home to walled gardens and a conservatory featuring exotic plants from abroad.
Time for Carnival!
Hornsea Carnival is held on the fourth weekend of July every year in Hall Garth Park, and has been running for over half a century. As well as modern fairground rides, visitors can also enjoy more traditional stalls and live musical entertainment. The Carnival starts with a concert and a fireworks display on the Friday night, before a parade through Hornsea on the Saturday afternoon. Hall Garth Park is also the venue for the Hornsea Bike Event, which takes place in August; a gathering of bikers who want to show off their vehicles or buy new gadgets from the stalls which are set up on the day.
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