Where we are
RED is situated in the village of South Cave, approximately 14 miles west of Hull in East Yorkshire. The picturesque village is a place of historical interest, dating back to the 11th Century. The exact origins of its original name – Cave – are unknown, but it is believed to have derived from the Anglican ‘caf’, meaning a fast-flowing stream.
Cave Castle is the village’s most recognised building and was built (in its present form) in 1878 after being bought by the Bernard family in 1748. It is rumoured that John Washington, great grandfather of George Washington, the first President of the United States, lived on the Cave Castle Estate before he emigrated to America in 1657.
Our home, Holderness House, is a Grade II-listed building located in the heart of South Cave. It sits next door to the village’s town hall, which has its iconic clock tower proudly protruding above the rooftops. The building has had many different guises over the years, including brief spells as a shop and a private residence.
It’s not your average office block, but then we like to think we’re no ordinary company.