The best Airbnbs within driving distance of Hull, including quirky caravans and cozy cottages

Since the pandemic, we’ve all realized that we don’t need to travel halfway around the world to enjoy a relaxing vacation. In fact, Covid has seen an increase in ‘stay-cation’ – Holidaying in the UK.

We’re very lucky to live in beautiful Yorkshire, and it just goes to show that you don’t need to spend a fortune on petrol (especially now!) to cut yourself off from the world. There are plenty of places right on our doorstep that offer you the opportunity to relax and unwind.

We’ve rounded up the best Airbnbs within an hour’s drive of Hull and they all have something a little special to offer. From spas to beautiful landscapes, get your wallets ready because you won’t be able to resist these charming properties.

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The bank house

The Bank House is located in Easington, the most isolated village in East Yorkshire and one of the most isolated communities in the UK. This Airbnb can offer you the chance to really get away from the hustle and bustle of the world and give you time to relax and unwind.

As well as being in one of the most secluded locations, it is also along the beautiful East Yorkshire coast and only a five minute drive from the start of Spurn Point. What better way to spend your Sunday than in this hidden oasis?

An entire chalet for four people, it is rated five stars from its reviews. Be sure to get your reservation quickly – Airbnb describes this property as a rare find, which means it’s usually full!

With an authentic fireplace in the living room and a modern, decent sized kitchen, this property is the perfect combination of old and new. The real selling point of this property is its lovely cottage-style garden, perfect for relaxing with a glass of wine.

The Bank House has the most beautiful garden

Ayshea said in a review: “I couldn’t rate this place any higher! The cottage has a lovely, welcoming and cozy feel. Perfect in every way, we especially loved the log fire, lovely bathroom and the well equipped kitchen.

“Check in was very easy and parking available right outside. We were left a basket with lots of goodies and fresh milk in the fridge.

“Not too far away is Spurn with a beautiful view of the landscape. Lovely hosts and a great place to stay.”

Prices start from £66 per night. See the full list here.

1980s caravan

A one of a kind property in the form of a 1980’s caravan set in the woods. It takes place in the idyllic Long Riston.

The caravan is perfect for a couple looking to get away from the 9-5 routine and shut out the world for a weekend (or more!). It has a gas hob and grill, cold water and a compost toilet so you don’t have to worry about your comfort while you’re away.

What better way to unwind than with a fire pit in the woods? You could even opt for a tech-free weekend and fully immerse yourself in the countryside.

How cute does this look?
How cute does this look?

The reviews speak for themselves. Emily said: “It was the perfect little break for us, it was quiet and quaint in a quirky little caravan!

“John and Vanessa were amazing hosts, making sure we were comfortable throughout our stay and leaving their own touches in the caravan, with fresh eggs, homemade cakes, milk, tea and coffee, we felt at home while being away from home. 10/10 recommend to anyone who wants a quiet stay and something unique.”

Prices start from £30 per night. See the full list here.

Roses Around Country Cottage Door

Straight out of a box of chocolates, this Bishop Burton property is a stunning historic home. Described by the owners as ‘Grade II listed and situated in the village square for over 250 years’, it sleeps four and has everything on your doorstep (the pub, of course!).

Plus, it’s only a three-minute drive to Beverley Westwood, so you can soak up the glorious spring sunshine before enjoying a cheeky evening pint.

Looks like he was pulled straight out of a box of chocolates
Looks like he was pulled straight out of a box of chocolates

Andrea said in a review: “A beautiful house. We loved the cozy atmosphere and the wood burner made it a cozy stay.

“The pub next door had good food and drink. Lovely accommodation in a lovely village in a scenic location.”

Prices start from £90 a night. See the full list here.

Highbury Farm Cottage

This farm cottage is located in the picturesque village of Duggleby. Although this is a historic property on the outside, the interior is decorated with exceptional taste and style.

It even has a hot tub so you can enjoy your wine in absolute luxury! If you feel like immersing yourself in history, you can even take the short drive to Wharram Percy, the deserted medieval village which is the perfect day out for couples and families.

It's really beautiful inside and out.
It’s really beautiful inside and out.

Katrina stayed there and loved it. She said: “Highbury Farm Lodge was absolutely stunning.

“The house had lots of space, it was warm and inviting. The beds and bedding were very luxurious and comfortable. The hot tub and back garden were the highlight. What a beautiful place. The host was lovely and the place was very clean.”

Prices start from £125 per night. See the full list here.

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