Cheap Hotels in Driffield
White Horse Inn Hotel
Highfield Farm Hotel
St Quintin Arms Hotel
Hotels in Driffield
A quintessential Yorkshire market town overlooked in the pictorial Yorkshire Wolds, Driffield was once a quiet coaching inn and is now a popular base for exploring Yorkshire's abundant natural and cultural attractions.
What to see and do in the town
Driffield is overlooked by the photogenic Grade I listed All Saints' Church, which dates back to the 12th century, although a church may have existed at this site before the Norman period. The town is also known for its historic Driffield Navigation, which dates back to the 1770s and is popular with recreational boaters.
Today, one of the main events in the local calendar is Driffield's bustling agricultural show, which is the largest in Britain. This town is also known for its large number of authentic country pubs, some of which include the Rose and Crown and the Original Keys. For accommodation in a spacious converted farm in beautiful natural surroundings, choose Highfield Farm, or consider the sophisticated Bell Hotel or Hotel Forty One.
A great choice for day trips from Driffield hotels, Bridlington could be a contender for Britain's most attractive seaside resort. Home of the renowned Bridlington Spa entertainment venue since 1896, the town is next to a sweeping golden sandy beach and is acclaimed for its Grade I Listed priory. A highly regarded hotel in this town is the Expanse Hotel, a friendly, family run venue with fine views over the scenic bay.
Yorkshire's leading seaside resort, Scarborough overlooks two vast sandy beaches and is known for its 19th-century Grand Hotel, which contains 365 beautifully appointed bedrooms. The town also features a ruined medieval castle and is the home of one of the country's oldest purpose-built exhibition galleries, the Rotunda Museum, which showcases many impressive archaeological artefacts.
Featuring one of the country's finest cathedrals, York Minster, this ancient walled city was founded well over 2,000 years ago and was once the capital of Britannia Inferior. York is also revered for its Norman castle, which was once a popular royal residence and was partly redesigned in the neoclassical style in the Georgian era. For a stylish, deluxe venue near the Minster, choose the BEST WESTERN Plus Dean Court Hotel, or consider The Groves hotel if you're looking for elegance and good value for money.
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