Holiday in Yorkshire
Yorkshire is a county with some of the most stunning countryside and
coast in the UK. Filey Beach has recently been named the best beach in
the UK for children, due to its pristine sand and clear waters. Filey
Beach was also the only UK beach to make it into the Tripadvisor
Travelers’ Choice international 'Top 6 Beaches that are Great for Kids',
alongside Australia's famous Bondi Beach! Dramatically beautiful, the
Yorkshire Dales National Park is a magnificent sight. Sometimes wild and
windswept, at other times remotely peaceful, the Dales are breathtaking
in every season. With stone villages nestled against the most dramatic
landscapes, mountain ranges give way to sprawling farmland, waterfalls,
castles, cosy pubs and old mines.
Glamping Pods in Yorkshire
Littondale Country & Leisure Park is a 5-star resort nestled in a quiet rural valley, offering amazing wooden glamping pods spacious enough to accommodate up to 4 guests. With breathtaking views and gorgeous surroundings, it's a perfect escape whether you're looking for relaxation or adventure.
The Barn at Rigg End
This fantastic holiday property offers the ideal rural getaway, set in a secluded location surrounded by the unspoilt landscapes of the North York Moors National Park. Enjoy a relaxing break in this welcoming cottage built from traditional Yorkshire stone, which sleeps up to six guests in three bedrooms and has a private garden for immersing yourself in your surroundings.
Luxury holiday homes in York
These three stunning holiday homes in York are ideal for a self-catering break, and offer flexible sleeping arrangements providing space for up to 18 guests. This comfortable holiday accommodation offers all the amenities you'll need and provides a perfect home base for exploring the historic city of York and all it has to offer.
The Yorkshire Dales National Park is the ideal location for anyone seeking a bit of peace and quiet. This serenely beautiful spot packs in sweeping vistas, with a rugged landscape that deserves to be explored on foot or mountain bike. One of the most iconic sights is Ribblehead Viaduct which provides a great photo-stop during The Three Peaks challenge. Across this huge expanse of open space, you’ll find plenty of impressive structures. Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden are understandably popular, while Richmond, Ripley and Skipton Castles are all well worth a visit. And while the naturally-formed caves are abundant, a trip to the Dales wouldn’t be complete without exploring its mining history. Go to The National Coal Mining Museum to don your hard hat, and descend 140 metres underground for a fun taste of life as a coal miner! To get a memento of your visit, pop into Fairfield Mill which is a restored Victorian woollen mill. Now an arts and heritage centre, buy something gorgeous from the local artists an enjoy a cake in The Tea Room.
Unlike many holiday spots, the Dales have retained their rustic charm – providing the perfect opportunity for a ‘get away from it all’ break. Famous walking routes such as the Coast-to-Coast track and the Pennine Way draw reams of visitors, and many paths are dotted with impressive views of castles and ruins.
Things to do in Yorkshire
Three Peaks Challenge
The Three Peaks Challenge is a must for well-equipped hikers. Many attempt to conquer Pen-y-Ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside in a day, but just one stunning mountain is enough for most people!
Visit Bolton Abbey
Bolton Abbey Priory should be top of your to-do list. Explore the 12th-century ruins, have a picnic on the banks of the River Wharfe and try not to get your feet wet as you cross the 60 stepping stones!
Yorkshire Beauty Spots
Immerse yourself in 450 million years of geology and history when you visit natural wonders such as Ingleborough Cave or White Scar Cave, where you can take a 1-mile round tour with a guide.
5 Reasons to Book a Holiday in Yorkshire
1. Explore the tunnels and navigate the unusual landscape at the bizarre but incredibly fun Forbidden Corner in Leyburn. A great day out for all the family.
2. Countryside walks around scenic spots include the dramatic Aysgarth Falls waterfalls, sketched by Turner and said to have inspired Wordsworth and Malham Cove, where Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows was filmed.
3. Visit Filey Beach, voted one of the top 6 best beaches in the world for children, thanks to its pristine shores, unique sculpture trail, promenade with cafes and children's playground plus the remains of an ancient Roman signal station to explore.
4. On the Pennine Way stands the 17th-century Tan Hill Inn in Swaledale with its cosy open fire and exposed beams. At 528m above sea level, is the UK’s highest pub with amazing views.
5. Holiday in Yorkshire for an active break that includes canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking, horse riding and pony trekking or rest and relax with amazing coastal or countryside views.