Retirement homes in East Yorkshire

From the expansive hills of the Yorkshire Wolds to the dramatic cliffs of the North Sea coastline, a retirement property in East Yorkshire is an ideal way to start a new adventure

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Uncover a county that's rich with heritage

Whether you're looking for towering architecture or impressive stately homes, there are plenty of historic sites and intriguing museums around East Yorkshire.
You can explore a Georgian country house at Sewerby Hall, see one of the largest parish churches in the UK at Beverley Minster, or visit the site of the battle that ended the Viking Age at Stamford Bridge.

You'll find 200 years of transport history at the Streetlife Museum, seafaring heritage stretching back to the Bronze Age at the Maritime Museum, and prehistoric fossils at the Hull and East Riding Museum.

Retire to a part of England packed with natural beauty

With miles of chalk hills, tranquil beaches and dense forests, it's no wonder that so many people are choosing a retirement home in East Yorkshire.

You can explore the aviary and ornamental gardens of the 120-acre East Park in Hull, take a wander along the wide sands of Fraisthorpe Beach, or see the largest collection of hardy water lilies in the country among the lakes and gardens of Burnby Hall.

If you're looking for wildlife, you'll find thousands of breeding seabirds at the RSPB's Bempton Cliffs, sharks, turtles and penguins at The Deep aquarium, and falcons, meerkats and wallabies at the award-winning Bridlington Animal Park.

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Get out and about in East Yorkshire

From touring drama to modern art exhibitions, there's a lot to keep you busy around the county.
You can catch musicals and pantomime at the Spa Royal Hall and Theatre in Bridlington, opera, ballet and drama at the Hull New Theatre, or you can see a large collection of paintings and sculptures from the medieval period up to the present day at the Ferens Art Gallery in Hull.

When you're out for some shopping, you'll find over 30 different stores at the Hornsea Freeport outlet centre, locally produced food and craft goods at the bustling Beverley Market, and a huge range of high-street brands and restaurants at the £200-million St. Stephen's shopping centre in Hull.

Stay fit and active in an outdoor county

Whether you're looking for dedicated sports clubs or a bit of fresh air in the hills, you'll find plenty of opportunities to keep up an active retirement around East Yorkshire.
You can learn to ride horses across the Wolds at Fairfield Stables, take a fishing trip around the North Landing at Flamborough Head, or practise your swing at the 25 golf courses dotted around the county.

If you like the sound of retiring to the gentle hills and peaceful beaches of rural England, take a look at some of these high-quality retirement homes in East Yorkshire: