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Contents 4-5

Beautifully Charming Market Towns


Lose Yourself in the Home of Cycling


An Exhilarating Outdoor Adventure


Real Breathtaking History & Heritage

10-11 Discover a Stunning North York Moors National Park 12-13 Impressively Diverse Yorkshire Coast & Countryside

I am very happy and pleased to introduce the 14 2014 Tourism Association Visitor Guide. 15 Visitors are hugely important in the prosperity of North Yorkshire and I know anyone who visits will be treated to some great hospitality and some truly magnificent scenery. Add to this in 2014 the Tour de France ‘Grand Départ’ and the region’s superb cycling opportunities including the unique Dalby Forest Trails on the edge of the North York Moors and the reasons to visit become more and more compelling. The local business people who produce this guide and its complimentary web site work hard within their businesses and within their Association to do all they can to provide a great customer experience in North Yorkshire. They welcome anyone who has a love of the countryside and who wants to get the most from their holiday experience and are very happy to help plan a great stay. Just ask one! Thanks for reading and have a wonderful time. Don’t forget to enter the competition and next time you come and stay it could be FREE! Anne McIntosh Member of Parliament of Thirsk, Malton and Filey

An Unforgettable Green Adventure For Quality Produce Shop Locally

16-17 Engaging Fun Festivals & Events 18-19 Accommodation Ratings 20-21 Map 22

Guiding You on How to Get Here


Information on Booking with Us


Negotiating the Adverts, Symbols & Key

25-27 Historical Places, Attractions, & Ads of Interest 28-40 Accommodation Options Acknowledgements Photography courtesy of: Richard Burdon, British Cycling, Alan Smith, Go Ape, Patrick Chambers, Peter Smith & Visit Thornton-le-Dale, TransPennine Express, Forestry Commission, Ampleforth Abbey, Castle Howard, Mike Kipling, North York Moors National Park Authority, English Heritage, North Yorkshire Moors Railway, We Love Malton, Ryedale District Council and Welcome to Yorkshire. Published by: Tourism Association North Yorkshire in conjunction with Ryedale District Council. Design and Production: Carrier Direct Marketing. Print: Polestar-group Front Cover: Richard Burdon All images and editorial are protected by copyright law and should not be reproduced or used in any format whatsoever without written permission from Tourism Association North Yorkshire or the relevant photographer. Whilst every care has been taken to ensure the information contained within this publication is accurate, Tourism Association North Yorkshire, Ryedale District Council and its partners cannot accept responsibility in respect of any error, misstatement or alteration which may have occurred. No recommendation of any particular establishment is implied by its inclusion in this guide.

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What type of accommodation did you / do you intend on using? Hotel Hostel Relatives

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Did you use any of the following to investigate and / or help you book your accommodation? Visit North Yorkshire guide Another guide

Win a three night stay for two in either a self catering cottage on the edge of the North York Moors or three nights in an award winning B&B in a Ryedale Market Town.

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What was it about North Yorkshire that prompted you to look at the guide? Scenery Walking Visiting

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Short break (2-3 nights)


market towns North Yorkshire is home to a diversity of historic market towns each as unique as the charter granted, the earliest of which was in the 12th century. They share a common purpose and meet the same needs of their communities as they have done over the centuries. People in farming and rural communities did not travel like people today. Their lives revolved around the village or hamlet near where they worked. Early markets were held after church on Sundays the time when people got together. Soon the hamlets became villages others became towns and more formal markets were established. As vibrant modern service centre hubs, the market towns provide an important focus today for employment, goods and services, and leisure and community facilities. For the visitor the market towns of North Yorkshire provide an insight into life in rural England and a great place to shop and discover some great bargains!

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The Buzz of Local Life on Market Day Monday Kirkby Stephen, Pickering, Selby, Scarborough, Skipton, and Thirsk Tuesday Bedale, Hawes, Kirkby Lonsdale, Richmond (indoor), Scarborough, Settle and Whitby Wednesday Knaresborough, Kirkbymoorside, Masham, Northallerton, Scarborough, Sedbergh and Skipton Thursday Guisborough, Kirkby Lonsdale, Richmond (indoor), Ripon, Scarborough, Tadcaster and Wetherby Friday Easingwold, Helmsley, Leyburn, Reeth, Richmond, Scarborough, Skipton and Stokesley Saturday Appleby, Guisborough, Malton, Masham, Northallerton, Richmond, Selby, Scarborough, Thirsk and Whitby

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home of cycling Yorkshire is now widely regarded as the spiritual centre of English cycling having been involved in the development of road racing and time trialling from the earliest days. It has played a part in the various events of the modern day Tour of Britain and has been involved in the British Men’s Road Championships more than a dozen times and prestigious regional races. The UCI Cross Country Mountain Bike World Cup at Dalby Forest and the National Road Race Championship at Ampleforth Abbey are two more popular events but surely the jewel in the crown in 2014 is the Grand Départ, effectively the start of the Tour de France. So with its endless country roads, challenging hills, sweeping descents and views to take your breath away it’s no surprise that Yorkshire is rapidly becoming the accepted home of English if not UK cycling. Come and try it for yourself, we can always hire you a bike!

Did you Know? It will be the first time the Tour de France has visited the north of England having previously only made visits to the south coast and London. July 5th, stage one - Leeds to Harrogate July 6th, stage two - York to Sheffield

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outdoor adventure From the simplest type of outdoor adventure, walking, to traversing the forest tree tops on high wires North Yorkshire has everything for an outdoor adventure for all the family. Our spectacular scenery is perfect for those who enjoy an invigorating walk and numerous long distance and local routes are available for visitors whatever their abilities. For more adventures the list is truly endless. 4X4 driving, horse riding, surfing, shooting, gliding, golf, Segway Safaris, mountain biking, quad biking‌ and oh so much more! Why not come on test yourself in a new activity discipline against a backdrop of the most stunning scenery in England!

Guaranteed Fun The Coast to Coast Walk - A 192 mile long distance footpath. Devised by Alfred Wainwright, it passes through three contrasting National Parks. Explore our map on pages 20-21 to plan your own route across North Yorkshire.


history & heritage North Yorkshire has an undoubted richness of history and heritage. From early Christian waymark crosses on the North York Moors, to ruined abbeys, historic industrial workings, stately homes, churches, chapels and... well we could go on but you are probably starting to get the picture by now. It is nearly impossible to travel across North Yorkshire without becoming inspired by legacy that time has left. Castles with moats and ramparts, thatched cottages seemingly untouched in centuries, bridges and stately homes combine with stunning backdrops to reveal life as it was lived in days gone by. Industrial heritage is exemplified by the Lime Kilns in Rosedale. The fishing villages and towns along the historic coastline, even Fylingdales early warning station on the edge of the moors has its place in time comprising part of this regions unique history and heritage. But be careful! Travel too fast and you’ll miss it. Linger a while and soak up the heritage that belongs to us all. Better still take a walk, a cycle ride, a river cruise or a horse ride and experience the heritage today as it was built for yesterday.

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Tours and other amazing activities are available here.


north york moors national park

Covering nearly one eighth of England, Yorkshire is home to two National Parks and part of another, the only County in England to boast such an exceptional fact. North Yorkshire hosts the North York Moors and the Yorkshire Dales National Parks, two areas of spectacularly different scenery but sharing a common theme of preserving the region’s natural and built history and heritage. Conservation, preservation and recreation are the National Park’s watch words but don’t think for a minute though that the National Parks are just about the ‘old days’. Both National Parks are ever increasingly becoming home to niche crafts and industries like bee keeping, brewing, glass blowing, game keeping, cheese making and so much more. The villages and towns in the Parks are crafted from local stone with pantiled roofs mellowed with time and narrow country lanes draw you down to visit places that time forgot. Can you really miss all this?

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A List of Must-Do’s • Abseiling • Archery • Canoeing • Cycling • Fishing • Flat green bowling • Go Ape • Horse riding • Microlighting • Off-road driving • Rock Climbing • Shooting • Swimming • Walking


yorkshire coast & countryside Vibrant resort towns, award winning sandy beaches, dramatic headlands and picture postcard fishing villages are just some of the reasons why the North Yorkshire coast is one of England’s most popular seaside destinations. Here you can also walk in the footsteps of dinosaurs as the striking rocks along this coast are rich with fossils from the Jurassic period. A lively year-round programme of festivals complements the comedies and plays on offer at the Stephen Joseph Theatre where Alan Ayckbourn’s new plays are always premiered. Tuck into delicious fish and chips while discovering Whitby’s connection to Bram Stoker’s Dracula and sea-faring adventurers - Captain Cook set sail from here! Whitby Abbey is a must see too, with breathtaking views along the coast, while for family fun, Filey is hard to beat with five miles of sandy beach, rock pools and sheltered waters. Diverse is probably the best word to describe the North Yorkshire countryside. Forests, rolling dales, huge expanses of purple moorland heather, chalk uplands, fields of yellow oil seed rape and linseed blue, all this can be found in North Yorkshire. Dramatic rock outcrops punctuate where farmland meets moorland and birds like lapwings, curlews and buzzards populate the skies. Driving, walking or even flying around North Yorkshire reveals farmland at its best and the reason why North Yorkshire farmers are a treasured commodity.

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Scarborough North Bay and Whitby have won the highly sought-after Blue Flag Award for 2013. North Yorkshire offers brilliant beaches of the highest standard for the family. These outstanding beaches have been rewarded for their facilities, cleanliness, and, in the case of the Blue Flag awards, meeting the highest international standard of water quality.

Did you Know? Scarborough is the oldest seaside resort in Britain! Two Icelandic Viking brothers called Kormak and Thorgils were the first men to establish the fort Skardaborg. It is now generally accepted that the name Skardaborg, came down to us as Scarborough.


green adventure What does ‘going green’ mean to you? In truth I suspect that it means something slightly different to all of us. Here in North Yorkshire where we welcome visitors from all over the world we try and take practical look at how we can help visitors to ‘go green’. For one day why not consider going car free? By letting the bus or the train take the strain, you can focus all your energy on the day ahead rather than the road ahead! This area has an extensive network of buses which will take you from A to B and C, D, E and F in between as well! Go to or for timetables or ask at one of our Tourist Information Centres for help with planning a route. All Aboard! Step back in time on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway ( and let its heritage steam and diesel trains take you through the moors and out to the coast. Visit during one of the steam railway’s event weekends and not only can you travel in green way but also enjoy some of the interesting some would say bizarre rituals that the steam railway do so well. The Esk Valley Railway ( connects Whitby and Middlesbrough taking in secluded valleys, moorland and picturesque villages along the way.

Help us to protect our wildlife by leaving wild flowers for others to enjoy. Please avoid disturbing birds and other animals particularly during the breeding season from March until June. Keep to paths or tracks where possible and use stiles or gates, remembering to leave gates as you find them. Please don’t start campfires or drop cigarettes or matches on the moorland and make sure you take all litter back to where you are staying, the will welcome its return. Dogs are more than welcome in many areas but please keep them under tight control, preferably on a lead.

All transport web links and full details on travel can be found here.

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shop locally In Yorkshire we like sticky pounds! By that we mean that if you shop locally your money stays in the area and gets recycled so everyone can benefit. Around every corner you can sample locally grown and produced food at delicatessens, cafĂŠs, pubs and restaurants. By shopping locally you will not only be supporting local skills and businesses but you will also be helping to reduce food miles and traffic, which has benefits for all of us.


festivals & events There is an abundance of events and festivals taking place throughout the area, throughout the year, to suit every possible taste. Below is just a selection of some of the great events happening in 2014. All event details are correct at the time of going to print. For up to date information and further events please check and local Tourist Information Centres before making your journey.

February 15-16 Coastival - Scarborough April 5- 6 5-20 12 12-18 19-20

Sci-Fi Scarborough - Scarborough Spa Complex Whitby Spring Angling Festival - Whitby Helmsley Walled Garden Spring Fair National Student Drama Festival - Scarborough World War Two Living History Weekend - Eden Camp Museum, Malton

May 2-4 Filey Folk Festival - Filey 2-5 Spring Steam Gala - North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering 3-4 Festival of Speed Hill Climb - Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough 16-18 Whitby Gospel Music Convention - Whitby Pavilion 17-18 Pickering Game & Country Fair & UK Tractor Show - Pickering Showground 24-25 Malton Food Lovers Festival - Malton 25-26 Discover the Legend of the Nunnington Dragon! - Nunnington Hall 26 Duncombe Park Country Fair - Duncombe Park, Helmsley June 6-8 Robin Hood’s Bay Folk Weekend - Robin Hood’s Bay 6-8 Whitby 60’s Music Festival - Whitby 8 Scampston Does Vintage - Scampston Walled Garden 11-15 Pickering 60’s Weekend - Pickering 14 Great Yorkshire Bike Ride 2014 - Wetherby to Filey 14-15 Wonders of Wood - Ryedale Folk Museum 14-15 Filey Food Festival - Filey 14-15 Swinging Sixties - North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering 20 Flipside Rock ‘n’ Roll Weekend - Whitby Pavilion 21 Scalby Fair - Scarborough 21-22 Barry Sheene International Race Festival - Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough 21-13 Whitby Summer Angling Festival - Whitby 21-22 Filey Regatta - Filey 28 Armed Forces Day - Scarborough 28-6 Filey Town Festival - Filey 29 Malton Show - Scampston Park, Malton

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July 4-6 Whitby Soul Weekender - Whitby 5-7 Staxtonbury Music Festival - Manor Farm, Staxton 12-13 Whitby Lifeboat Station Flag Weekend - Whitby 11-28 Ryedale Festival - Venues across Ryedale 12-13 Yorkshire Wolds Cycle Challenge - Starts Norton College through the Yorkshire Wolds 12-13 Classic Cars and Vehicles - North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering 13 Tractor & Engine Day - Ryedale Folk Museum 16 Race for Life Scarborough Cancer Research UK 2014 - Scarborough 19-20 Ryedale Grand Prix - Ampleforth Abbey & College 19-20 Traditional Craft Weekend - Ryedale Folk Museum 19-20 Cock of the North Bike Road Races - Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough 25-27 Seafest Maritime Festival - Scarborough South Bay 27 Huby & Sutton on the Forest Show - Sutton Park, Sutton-on-the-Forest 28-3 National Parks Week, Actively Yours - The Moors National Park Centre, Danby 29 Ryedale Show - Welburn Park, Kirkbymoorside 31-3 The 62nd Pickering Traction Engine Rally - Pickering Showground

September 6 Kildale Agricultural Show - Kildale Showground 6-14 Filey Fishing Festival 2014 - Filey 7-12 Open Golf Week - Scarborough 12-14 Heritage Diesel Gala - North Yorkshire Moors Railway - Pickering 13-14 Staithes Arts & Heritage Festival - Staithes 13-14 International Gold Cup Road Races - Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough 13-28 Whitby Autumn Angling Festival - Whitby 19-20 Motown Soul Weekender - Whitby Pavilion 19-21 Pickering Walking Festival - Pickering 20 Stokesley Show - Stokesley 26-27 Track Rod Rally Yorkshire - Pickering 26-28 Scarborough Jazz Festival - Scarborough Spa Complex 26-28 Autumn Steam Gala - North Yorkshire Moors Railway 26-28 Whitby 60’s Spectacular - Whitby 27 Helmsley Walled Garden Autumn Fair - Helmsley

October 5 Scampston Autumn Plant Fair - Scamptson Walled Garden 9 60’s & Scarecrows - Ryedale Folk Museum, Hutton-le-Hole August 10-12 Railway in Wartime - North Yorkshire Moors 2 Osmotherley Show - Home Farm, Thimbleby, Railway, Pickering Northallerton 10-12 Ryedale Book Festival - Various venues across Malton 5 Egton Bridge Gooseberry Show - Egton Bridge, 11-12 Filey Food Festival - Filey Whitby 12 McCain Yorkshire Coast 10K Road Race & Family Fun 6 Thornton-le-Dale Show - Thornton-le-Dale Run - Scarborough 6-9 Seniors Open Amateur Championship - Ganton 18 Veterans of Palestine Reunion – Eden Camp, Malton Golf Club, Ganton 23-27 Bram Stoker International Film Festival - Whitby 9-11 August - Whitby Regatta, Whitby Pavilion, Whitby 10 Lime & Ice - Sutton Bank National Park Centre 31 Halloween Day - Beck Isle Museum - Pickering 13 Danby Agricultural Show - Danby, Whitby 31 Halloween Special - Dalby Forest 16 Rosedale Show - Milburn Arms Field, Rosedale Abbey November 16-22 Whitby Folk Week - Whitby 15-16 Christmas Craft Fair - The Moors National Park 17 Music, Art & Poetry - Sutton Bank National Park Centre, Danby Visitor Centre Centre 29-14 1920’s Christmas Experience - Nunnington Hall 17 National Hill Climb Championship - Oliver’s Mount, 29-21 Christmas at Castle Howard Scarborough 29-30 1920’s Christmas Experience - Nunnington 20 Egton Horse & Agricultural Show - Egton 20-16 Wildlife of the Moors, Inspired by... gallery - Danby Details and many more events are Visitor Centre available here. 22- 25 Galtres Festival - Duncombe Park - Helmsley 24 Malton Stables Open Day 2013 - Stables across Ryedale Burniston Agricultural Show - Flatts Farm, Burniston 25 25 Farndale Show - Farndale Showfield 30 Bilsdale Show - Thornhill Farm, Bilsdale


accommodation ratings A short break or a two week holiday we have plenty of accommodation to suit every pocket and requirement. All the accommodation listed in this publication has been assessed by the AA and / or VisitEngland.

VisitEngland Gold and Silver Awards Silver Awards recognise exceptional quality at all levels and Gold Awards are given to the very ‘best of the best’. The National Accessible Scheme On a scale of 1-3, the National Accessible Scheme symbols indicate a property’s level of suitability for wheelchair users and visitors with mobility difficulties. Please note, however, that as every person’s needs are different, it is advisable to state any special requirements at the time of booking.

Hotels Assessed by VisitEngland and the AA in the following categories: Hotel, Small Hotel, Metro Hotel, Country House Hotel, Town House Hotel and Budget Hotel. They must be licensed, offer dinner at least 5 nights per week (unless a Metro Hotel and have all rooms en suite or with private bathrooms. Guest Accommodation Assessed by VisitEngland and the AA as Guest House, Guest Accommodation, Inn, Bed and Breakfast, Farmhouse or Restaurant with Rooms. They tend to be personally run by their owners. Self Catering Accommodation Assessed by VisitEngland. All aspects of the accommodation are taken into account when the rating is awarded.

Level 1 Accessible for persons with sufficient mobility to climb a flight of stairs. Level 2 Accessible for persons who use a wheelchair some of the time and can negotiate a maximum of three steps. Level 3 - Independent Accessible to wheelchair users able to transfer to and from a wheelchair unaided. Level 3 - Assisted Accessible to wheelchair users who require assistance (eg carer, hoist).

Caravan and Camping Sites Awarded stars by VisitEngland, in the categories Camping Park, Touring Park, Holiday Park, and pennants by the AA. Approved Caravan Holiday Homes Those which are situated on farms or caravan parks and let by the owner as self catering accommodation.

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Green Tourism Business Scheme An accreditation scheme for tourism businesses which operate in a manner that supports the environment and local area.

Walkers Welcome and Cyclists Welcome This UK-wide scheme will give walkers and cyclists the confidence that they are booking quality accommodation that meets their particular needs.

Families Welcome and Welcome Pets! This scheme will give families and visitors with pets the confidence that they are booking quality accommodation that meets their particular needs.

VisitEngland Breakfast Award This award recognises serviced accommodation that offers their guests a quality and choice of breakfast, service and hospitality that exceeds what would be expected at their star rating.

Deliciouslyorkshire Breakfast Scheme This logo signifies a commitment by a hotel or guest house to source quality local produce for some or all of its breakfast items.

Welcome to Excellence Welcome to Excellence is endorsed by VisitEngland so you know you can rely on Welcome to Excellence for customer service training at its best.

Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence The Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence award is given to outstanding hospitality businesses that have received praise and recognition in reviews by Trip Advisor travellers.

Deliciouslyorkshire Award The award is recognised as one of the best measures of the great food and drink form the Yorkshire and Humber area.

David Bellamy Conservation Awards In Gold, Silver and Bronze - Awarded to caravan and camping parks, which show active concern for the environment.

VisitYork Tourism Awards To recognise excellence in the city’s tourism sector.

VisitEngland Award for Excellence Recognising businesses that incorporate best practice throughout their operation.

TNY Member Tourism North Yorkshire Member. Rates Rates shown are generally within a ‘from and to’ price range and usually reflect seasonal variations. On occasions a single night surcharge is applicable and in some establishments a deposit may be required. Rates stated were supplied by the establishments in Autumn 2013 and were believed to be correct at the time of going to press. Visitors are strongly advised to confirm prices when booking. Unless otherwise stated, all serviced accommodation prices are per person per night; all self catering prices are per week; and all caravan and campsite prices are per pitch per night. In the case of serviced accommodation please note that the prices shown may be the lowest B&B price and the highest price for DB&B. Self Catering Accommodation Unless otherwise stated, all of the self catering adverts will include the address of the property rather than the correspondence address.


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how to get here By Rail East Coast, Grand Central and First Transpennine Express run services from all parts of the country to York, Leeds and Darlington where connections can be made to stations within the area including Filey, Malton, Northallerton, Scarborough and Thirsk. The Esk Valley Railway between Middlesbrough and Whitby and the Yorkshire Wolds Coast Line between Hull and Scarborough also stop at several local stations in the area. Telephone 08457 484950 By Coach Easingwold, Filey, Scarborough, Thirsk, Whitby and York are all stops on National Express coach routes. Local bus services can be picked up at these destinations to continue your journey. Telephone 08717 818181 By Air The nearest airports are Leeds Bradford, Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield, Durham Tees Valley and Newcastle. Train and bus connections can be made from these airports to the area. Slightly further away is Manchester Airport which is served by direct rail connections into Thirsk, Northallerton, Malton and Scarborough. By Sea P&O Ferries sail daily from the Netherlands and Belgium to Hull, which is to the south of North Yorkshire. DFDS Seaways sail from the Netherlands to Newcastle. Telephone 08715 229955 Telephone 08716 642121 By Road The area can be easily reached on the national road network. The A1 passes through the western side of the area and is connected to the east and the coast via the A64 at York and the A170 at Thirsk. The A19 runs North to South through the area, parallel to the A1, and passes through York, Thirsk and close to Northallerton.

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On the eastern side of the area the newly upgraded A165 follows the coast from Hull to Scarborough, while North of Scarborough the A171 travels up through Whitby, going on to Middlesbrough, and joining up to the motorway network to the North. You can visit the AA site for travel information. Getting Around Arriva - Serving the northern part of the National Park, Middlesbrough, Guisborough, Whitby and Scarborough. Coastal & Country Coaches - Serving Whitby area; town services, Whitby to York, bus hire, tours and excursions. New service for 2014 - Whitby to The Moors National Park Centre, Danby (Esk Valley Hopper). East Yorkshire Motor Services - For Scarborough area and for Scarborough to Helmsley. Reliance Motor Services - For York area and for York to Easingwold and Thirsk. The North Yorkshire Moors Railway runs steam and historic diesel trains from Pickering to Whitby stopping at several stations in the North York Moors National Park. Telephone 01751 472508 The Esk Valley Railway stops at 15 stations between Whitby and Middlesbrough, as well as linking with the North Yorkshire Moors Railway at Grosmont. Telephone 01947 601987 Regular local bus services operate all year round throughout the area. Telephone 08712 002233 Car hire is based in Northallerton, Malton and Scarborough.

booking with us Any direct bookings can be made with any of the establishments listed in this years guide. Alternatively, why not let us do the work? Book Online Visit our website at to view a fantastic range of fully assessed accommodation which you can book instantly online for free and in your own time. Book by Phone If you prefer to hear a friendly voice, and would like to talk through the options open to you, why not contact our dedicated team of Tourist Information Centre assistants. Tell them what you’re looking for and they will find the accommodation best suited to your requirements.

Harbourside Tourist Information, Sandside, Scarborough, YO11 1PP Telephone: 01723 383636 Email: Sutton Bank Sutton Bank National Park Centre, Sutton Bank, Thirsk, YO7 2EH Telephone: 01845 597426 Email: Whitby Langborne Road, Whitby, YO21 1YN Telephone: 01723 383636 Email:

Tourist Information Centres Danby The Moors National Park Centre, Lodge Lane, Danby, Whitby, YO21 2NB Telephone: 01439 772737 Email: Filey Tourist Information and Visitor Centre, John Street, Filey, YO14 9DW Telephone: 01723 383636 Email: Leeming Bar The Yorkshire Maid, Great North Road, Leeming Bar, DL8 1DT Telephone: 01677 424262 Pickering The Ropery, Pickering, YO18 8DY Open: Daily, March to October and Mon to Sat Nov to Feb Telephone: 0800 854 047 Email: Scarborough Brunswick Shopping Centre, Westborough, Scarborough, YO11 1UE Telephone: 01723 383636 Email:


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historical places, attractions, & ads of interest

It’s a beautiful day Breathtaking architecture and collections | monumental landscape | walled garden and woodland walks | exhibitions and events | tours and talks | adventure playground and boat trips | gift shops, farm shop and garden centre | choice of cafÊs Telephone 01653 648333

Castle Howard, York YO60 7DA 15 miles north-east of York, just off the A64


Badapple Theatre Company Badapple Theatre on your doorstep: High quality professional theatre. Upbeat comic performances at rural halls and small theatres across the county throughout the year. Badapple Theatre Co. Ltd, PO Box 57, York, YO26 8WQ Web: Email: Tel: 01423 339168

Bolton Castle

Scarborough’s theatre with an international reputation.

Bolton Castle Nr Leyburn North Yorkshire DL8 4ET

Bolton Castle is one of the country’s best preserved medieval fortresses. Completed in 1399, its scars bear testament to over 600 years of fascinating history. Adults: £8.50. Concessions (children aged 5 - 18, over 60s & students): £7.00. Family (2 adults and 3 children): £30.00 Please check our website for our 2014 opening times, events and more information |

Box OfficeTimes 01723 370541 Primary Quarter 90x135 v2 q7:Layout 1 1/5/12


Tue – Sun, 10am – 5pm plus Bank Holidays Regular activities throughout school holidays 01723 353665

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GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR VISIT BY USING RYEDALE’S TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRE Book your accommodation anywhere in the area and get your information in advance by post / email / telephone or call in when you arrive for a warm welcome and personal service Advance and counter local accommodation bookings • Counter bookings for anywhere in the UK • Where to go • What’s On! • Timetables and travel enquiries • Theatre and events tickets • Walking and activities information • Maps, guide books, souvenirs and crafts • Discount tickets to attractions • RDC Parking Discs and discount cards... and much more besides! Pickering YO18 8DY The Ropery (next to Library) Daily, March to October and Mon to Sat Nov to Feb Tel: 0800 854 047 for bookings & information | For up to date information at home or on the go use our website -

‘You’re Welcome Here!’

YORKSHIRE LAVENDER Terrington ~ York ~ YO60 6PB

Tel : 01653 648008

OPEN DAILY - April - October - 10am - 5pm Multi Award-Winning Lavender Farm Gardens EJ’s Licensed Tea Room Gift Shop Specialist Plant Nursery Lavender Maze Sculpture Park Deer Park Hillside Snakes & Ladders Spectacular panoramic views

A great day out for all the family 3 miles west of Castle Howard, 12 miles east of Helmsley, 14 miles north east of York ~ follow Brown Tourist Signs


accommodation options Askrigg - The White Rose Hotel

Dalby Forest - High Dalby House & Cottages A friendly family run hotel in Askrigg in the Dales National Park, we serve home cooked food and have real local ales

Luxury Country House. Heart of Dalby Forest, Moors National Park. Idyllic grounds, breathtaking views, peace and tranquility. Tennis, lake, trout stream, woodland walks. Adults only.

12 rooms, B&B from £37.50 to £50 pppn Contact: Susan Atkinson Tel: 01969 650515 Fax: 01969 650176 Email: Web: Address: The White Rose, Main Street, Nr Leyburn, Askrigg, North Yorkshire, DL8 3HG

5 double (2 ensuite, 3 have private bathrooms) B&B from £65 pppn

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Boltby - Willow Tree Cottage B&B

Contact: Sandra Wreglesworth Tel: 01751 460001 Email: Web: Address: High Dalby House and Cottages, Dalby Forest Drive, Dalby, Pickering, YO18 7LP

Dalby Forest - South Moor Farm

Wonderful spacious rooms with panoramic views. Sleeps 2/4 per room. 4 miles from Thirsk. B&B room en suite with kitchenette and balcony. Studio (SC or B&B) en suite, garden room, wood burning stove. Children free in Studio.

Idyllic rural retreat between Pickering and Scarborough. Easy access to Moors and Coast. An excellent base to explore Dalby Forest on foot, bike or horse.

1 double (en suite) B&B from £32.50 to £35 pppn. Also 1 SC studio flat - £50 to £65 pn (price for room)

1 family (en suite), 1 double (en suite), 1 twin (ensuite), 1 single B&B from £35 pppn, DB&B from £50 pppn

Contact: Diana Townsend Tel: 01845 537406 Email: Web: Address: Willow Tree Cottage, Boltby, Thirsk, North Yorkshire, YO7 2DY

Contact: Christine Walker Tel: 01751 460285 Email: Web: Address: Dalby Forest Drive, Langdale End, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO13 0LW

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Castle Howard - Ganthorpe Gate Farm

Gillamoor - Manor Farm

Comfortable welcoming working dairy farm on Castle Howard Estate, near to York, Coast, Moors and Dales. Highly recommended. 5 star breakfast award using local produce. Guests return as friends.

Warm welcome on working farm. Central location, walking, cycling, riding, touring. Ground floor rooms, off road parking, under cover sheds. Stables/grazing. Dogs/horses welcome.

2 double (1 en suite), 2 twin (1 en suite), 1 family (en suite) B&B from £35 to £40 pppn, DB&B from £60 pppn)

2 double, 1 twin, 1 family (all en suite) B&B from £33 pppn

Contact: Angie Miller Tel: 01653 648269 Email: Web: Address: Ganthorpe, Terrington, York, North Yorkshire, YO60 6QD

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Contact: Susan Gibson Tel: 01751 432695 Email: Web: Address: Manor Farm, Main Street, Gillamoor, York, North Yorkshire, YO62 7HX

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Serviced Accommodation Helmsley - No 54

Helmsley (4 miles) - Rockery Cottage A glorious 5 star B&B with fabulous breakfasts not far from Helmsley Market Place. All ground floor rooms are situated around a secluded courtyard.

18th Century former farmhouse with secluded garden. In a quiet peaceful village location. Ideally placed for touring Moors/Coast. Delicious Yorkshire breakfast and home baking.

2 double, 1 twin (all en suite) B&B from £50 to £65 pppn

1 double, 1 single, 1 twin (all en suite) B&B from £35 to £40 pppn

Contact: Lizzie Rohan Tel: 01439 771533 Email: Web: Address: 54 Bondgate, Helmsley, North Yorkshire, YO62 5EZ

Contact: Angela Sleight Tel: 01751 432257 Mob: 077716 57222 Email: Web: Address: Rockery Cottage, Main Street, Wombleton, York, North Yorkshire, YO62 7RX

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V G ± N O Q L � � Kirkbymoorside - The Cornmill Converted 18th century watermill and Victorian farmhouse providing well-appointed bed and breakfast accommodation. Large bedrooms, lounge, wood-buring stove in a convenient location.

Nestling in 550 square miles of the North York Moors National Park in the picturesque 12th Century Market Town of Helmsley, is the award winning Carlton Lodge.

3 double (en suite), 2 twin (en suite) B&B from £37.50 to £55 pppn Contact: Chris & Karen Tinkler Tel: 01751 432000 Email: Web: Address: Kirby Mills, Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire, YO62 6NP

Striving for sustainability the Carlton Lodge offers cosy comfort in a heritage rich setting and is ideal for spectacular walking/rambling, cycling, the East Coast resorts of Robin Hood’s Bay, Whitby, Scarborough, historic York and the Dales. Invigorating and refreshing, the Carlton Lodge is waiting to welcome you! Chris Parkin Bondgate, Helmsley, North Yorkshire, YO62 5EY Tel: 01439 770557 Fax: 0872 115 6230 Email: Website:

4 Doubles (3 ensuite), 1 Twin (ensuite), 1 Family (ensuite), 1 Single (ensuite), 1 Flexible (ensuite) B&B from £42.50 to £55.00 pppn

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The Old Lodge, Old Maltongate, Malton, North Yorkshire YO17 7EG Tracey Holroyd Tel 01653 690570 - Fax 01653 690652 - Stunning Tudor mansion near Pickering. Quiet, peaceful yet only few minutes from town centre. Lovely extensive gardens, 20 fabulous bedrooms. Great restaurant, cosy bar, choice of menus. Sunday lunch served all day. 2 Family, 17 Double, 1 Twin, 2 Flexible (all ensuite) B&B from £75 per room per night See website for events and offers D å G ± h P N O FQ L � �

Helmsley - Westway Cottage A very warm welcome to our relaxing and friendly B&B in the picturesque market town of Helmsley. Hearty, Yorkshire breakfasts and lots of little extras. 3 double (2 en suite) B&B from £40 to £45 pppn Contact: Jane Dzierzek Tel: 01439 770172 Email: Web: Address: Westway Cottage, Ashdale Road, Helmsley, North Yorkshire, YO62 5DE

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Masham - Hollybreen

Come and wind down with a glass of wine in Plumpton Court’s friendly, relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast with locally sourced ingredients and home made marmalade. ‘The best in Yorkshire Hospitality’.

Dales country guest house, recently refurbished. Attractive en-suite bedrooms. First floor orangery opens onto extensive gardens with a panoramic view. Great walking country. Extensive breakfast menu.

1 king, 3 double, 2 twin (all en suite) B&B from £36 to £39 pppn

1 family, 1 twin, B&B from £30 to £68 pppn

Contact: Chris Braithwaite Tel: 01439 771223 Email: Web: Address: Plumpton Court, High Street, Nawton, York, North Yorkshire, YO62 7TT

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Serviced Accommodation Pickering - Ann’s Cottage & The Old Smithy

Pickering (2 miles) - Banavie

Ann’s Cottage & The Old Smithy set in the beautiful valley of Rosedale, the centre of the North York Moors National Park. Spectacular views and walks.

Warm welcome at Banavie which is situated in quiet part of the village. Tea tray on arrival. Good Yorkshire breakfast (food hygiene rating 5). Ideal base for touring. Free Wi-Fi.

2 doubles (en suite) B&B from £36 to £42 pppn (single occupancy an extra £15.00 pppn)

2 double (en suite), 1 twin (en suite) B&B from £32 to £37 pppn

Contact: Ann Samples Tel: 01751 417646 Email: Web: Address: Hillyard Cottage, Rosedale East, Pickering, North Yorkshire YO18 8RH

Contact: Ella Bowes Tel: 01751 474616 Email: Web: Address: Roxby Road, Thornton-le-Dale, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7SX

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D V O F Q L � � Thixendale - The Cross Keys Inn Small traditional village inn nestling in the peaceful heart of the Wolds, offering restful accommodation, homemade food and a variety of cask ales. 1 double, 2 twin B&B £35 pppn Contact: Mary Anstey Tel: 01377 288272 Email: Web: Address: The Cross Keys Inn, Thixendale, Nr.Malton, North Yorkshire, YO17 9TG

Barker Stakes Farm

Set in 32 acres on the banks of Pickering Beck, our 4 star rated farmhouse B&B has 11 en suite ground floor bedrooms. (sleeping 1-5).

Contact: Steve Goodfellow Tel: 01751 476 759 Website: Email: We are ideally situated with the peace and Property Address: Barker Stakes Farm, quiet of the countryside yet only 1.5 miles Lendales Lane, Pickering, North Yorkshire, from the bustling market town of Pickering, Y018 8EE an ideal central location for exploring the 3 Family, 6 Double, 1 Twin, 1 Single coast, moors and York. (all en suite). Sleeps 1-5 from £35 to £50 pppn Breakfast is served in our spacious conservatory using local ingredients where possible.

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Pickering - Pear Tree House Bed and Breakfast

± h N P Q � York - Avondale Guest House Avondale Guest House, a few minutes stroll to York’s historic city walls. A warm relaxing welcome and delicious award winning breakfast. Try our Whisky porridge. 1 family, 3 double, 1 twin, 1 single (all ensuite) B&B from £36 to £46 pppn Contact: Carole Kaleda Tel: +44(0)1904 633989 Mob: +44(0)7958 021024 Email: Web: Address: Avondale Guest House, 61 Bishopthorpe Road, York, North Yorkshire, Y023 1NX

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1 family (en suite), 2 double B&B from £35 to £55 pppn

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Contact: Sarah Jones Tel: 01751 472573 Email: Web: Address: Pear Tree House, 103 Westgate, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 8BB

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A delightful family run bed and breakfast located in Pickering, ideally located for exploring the North York Moors National Park. Private parking.

D V å± N O F Q L � � Pickering - Vivers Mill Ancient watermill with working waterwheel in peaceful setting, only 5 min walk to town centre. Ideal base for NYMR, moors, coast and York. 2 double en suite, 1 twin en suite, 1 family en suite. B&B from £35 to £40 pppn Contact: Mike and Sue Saul Tel: 01751 473640 Email: Web: Address: Vivers Mill, Mill Lane, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 8DJ

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Self Catering Accommodation Allerston - The Old Station

Fadmoor - North Farm Cottages This unique accommodation provides an excellent base from which to explore North Yorkshire’s countryside, coast and attractions.

Large farm house and two charming cottages in a picturesque village. Ideal location for walking, cycling. Private gardens and parking. Looking forward to seeing you!

3 carriages, each sleeps up to 6 from £354 to £624 pupw

3 cottages sleeps 12 from £240 to £500 pupw

Contact: Carol Benson Tel: 01723 859024 Email: Web: Address: The Old Station, Allerston, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7PG

Contact: Nicola Jones Tel: 01751 430858 Email: Web: Address: North Farm Cottages, Main Street, Fadmoor, North Yorkshire, YO62 7HY

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Appleton-le-Moors - Hamley Hagg Cottage

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Filey - Filey Holiday Cottages

Stone, semi-detached, south facing cottage with large garden on edge of moors. Views wonderful. Easy reach York and Coast. Peaceful location on working farm.

Former Stables converted to 14 Holiday Cottages set in relaxing countryside surroundings offering an ideal break for couples and families.

Cottage sleeps 6 adults + cot from £250 - £420 pw

Cottage sleeps 2 to 5 per unit (14 units) from £270 to £645 pw

Contact: June Feaster Tel: 01751 417413 Email: Web: Address: Hamley Hagg Farm, Appleton-le-Moors, York, North Yorkshire, YO62 6TG

Contact: Amanda Robinson Tel: 07981 371910 Email: Web: Address: Filey Holiday Cottages, West Flotmanby Lane, Muston, Filey, North Yorkshire, YO14 0HY

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Cropton - Beckhouse Cottages

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Garsdale - 4 Railway Cottages Cosy cottages and spacious 19th century farmhouse with aga. Situated on working farm (horses). Woodburners, private gardens, beautiful countryside and walks. Short breaks. Pets welcome.

Yorkshire Dales holiday cottage alongside Garsdale station ideally situated for touring the Dales and Lakes. Comfortably furnished, price includes all bedding, linen, lighting and heating.

8 cottages, 1 house. 2 sleeps 2, 5 sleeps 4, 1 sleeps 7, 1 sleeps 10 from £260 to £1350 pupw

Cottage sleeps 6, from £325 to £475 pw

Contact: Pam Smith Tel: 01751 417235 Mob: 07818 426672 Email: Web: Address: Beckhouse Farm, Cropton, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 8ER

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Cropton - Loand House Court

Contact: Trevor Mills Tel: 01702 478846 Email: Web: Address: 4 Railway Cottages, Garsdale Head, Sedbergh, Cumbria, LA10 5PP

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Gillamoor - Surprise View Cottages Luxury cottages in a peaceful, rural location with stunning views. Tastefully converted character stone barns with original features, every comfort and personally maintained. 2 cottages, 1 sleeps 2, 1 sleeps 4 from £300 to £680 pupw Contact: Mrs Anna Wadsworth Tel: 01751 472587 Email: Web: Address: Loand House Court, Cropton Lane, Wrelton, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 8HF

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Dalby Forest - High Dalby House Cottages

Barn conversion cottages and newly renovated farmhouse on the edge of North York Moors. Quality is guaranteed, comfort is the keyword. 3 cottages sleeping up to 8 from £300 to £1250 pupw Contact: Ruth Wass Tel: 01751 431345 Email: Web: Address: Surprise View Cottages, Gillamoor, Kirkbymoorside, York, YO62 7JU

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Great Edstone - Cowldyke Farm Holiday Cottages

Two luxury cottages in Dalby Forest, North York Moors National Park. Idyllic grounds, tennis court, trout stream, lake, woodland walks. Peace and tranquility. Adults only.

Cottages set on a working farm in beautiful open countryside. Close to Moors, Coast, City and National Trust properties. Owner on site.

2 cottages, each sleeps 2 from £320 to £555 pupw

4 cottages at the moment. 1 sleeps 2, 2 sleep 4 and 1 sleeps 6. From £220 to £580 pupw

Contact: David Wreglesworth Tel: 01751 460001 Email: Web: Address: High Dalby House and Cottages, Dalby Forest Drive, Dalby, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7LP

Contact: Janet Benton Tel: 01751 431242 Email: Web: Address: Cowldyke Farm, Salton Road, Great Edstone, Kirkbymoorside, York, North Yorkshire, YO62 6PE

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Self Catering Accommodation Harrogate - Helme Pasture Lodges and Cottages

Hutton-le-Hole - Halfway House Cottages Delightful character stone cottages set in a rural position. Good standards throughout. Private parking and gardens. Lovely views walkers, cyclists and families welcome. Short breaks.

2 Scandinavian Lodges (or together as one large lodge). Charming cottage. Private pretty woodland grounds. Wealth of nearby attractions: floral towns, villages, National Trust, National Park. Short breaks available.

2 cottages sleeps 2 to 4 from £300 to £540 pupw

Sleeps 2 to 10 from £214 to £792 pupw.

Contact: Barbara Grabowski Tel: 01751 431596 Email: Web: Address: Halfway House Cottage, Hutton-le-Hole, York, North Yorkshire, YO62 6UQ

Contact: Rosemary Helme Tel: 01423 780279 Email: Web: Address: Helme Pasture Lodges and Cottages, Hartwith Bank, Summerbridge, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG3 4DR

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Helmsley - Fleur De Lys Quaint oak beamed cottage, patio, car port and enclosed garden. Quiet location, yet close to market place, shops and restaurants. All inclusive price, adjacent owner. Cottage sleeps 4 from £255 to £440 pw Contact: Brian Anderson Tel: 01751 472172 Email: Web: Address: Fleur De Lys, Helmsley, North Yorkshire, YO62 5BU

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Helmsley - Tykes Cottage

Hutton-le-Hole YO62 6UA Nigel Custance Tel 01751 417752 Primrose Hill Farmhouse is a delightful cottage style farmhouse situated in the picturesque village of Hutton-le-Hole and overlooking the beck. The cottage offers spacious high quality and homely accommodation. The farmhouse style kitchen has a cosy feeling with its Rayburn, an electric oven, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer make up the rest of the facilities. The pantry houses the fridge/freezer and also provides storage space. In the lounge there is an open fire, freesat HD TV, DVD and WiFi. With its leather settee, armchair and rocking chair it is an ideal room in which to relax. Sleeping five, the upstairs layout comprises the master bedroom with king-size bed, whilst the family room has a king-size bed and a single bed. Also upstairs is the bathroom with bath, shower-over-bath, shaver socket, wc, washbasin and an electric towel rail. Parking for two cars and the enclosed garden are to the rear of the property overlooking the owner’s fields with sheep and horses. Dogs welcome by arrangement. Village tennis court, boules, basketball and 5 aside pitch normally available for a nominal sum.

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Kirkbymoorside - Howe End Cottage Superbly equipped modern mews cottage. Quiet location, close to picturesque market square. Private parking. Gardens, decking, Italian BBQ area. No smoking/pets. Linen electric included. No minimum age on children.

Superb cottage, three beds, one bathroom, one shower room, comfortably sleeps six. Decorated and furnished to a very high standard, with pretty enclosed garden. Perfect holiday base with free Wi-Fi and members of TNY.

Cottage sleeps 4 from £375 to £475 pw

Cottage sleeps 6 from £285 to £500 pw

Contact: Laura Barry Tel: 0113 2869735 Mob: 07879 448391 Email: Web: Address: 8 Bondgate Mews, Helmsley, North Yorkshire YO62 5EU

Contact: Tina O’Donovan Tel: 01695 573546 Mob: 07779 272 983 Email: Web: Address: 5, Howe End, Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire, YO62 6BE


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Helmsley (3 miles) - Townend Cottage

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Kirkbymoorside - The Cornmill

Lovely cosy comfortable cottage. Wealth of character. Oak beams, internal stone features, log fire. Large well equipped dining kitchen. New groundfloor cloakroom. Warm all seasons.

Sympathetically restored, well appointed stable mews cottages in a tranquil setting, conveniently located for Moors, Coast & York. Utilities included in price. No smoking.

Cottage sleeps 4 from £265 to £450 pw

2 cottages sleeps 2 each from £325 to £450 pupw

Contact: Margaret Begg Tel: 01439 770103 Email: Web: Address: Townend Farmhouse, High Lane, Beadlam, Nawton, YO62 7SY

Contact: Chris & Karen Tinkler Tel: 01751 432000 Email: Web: Address: The Cornmill, Kirby Mills, Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire YO62 6NP

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Self Catering Accommodation Levisham - Lilac Farm

Malton - Thorpe-Rise Stone built cottages situated adjacent to family sheep farm in peaceful, attractive National Park village. They are well equipped and have a large enclosed garden.

Comfortable well equipped bungalow, adjoining main house. Own entrance, patio, garage. Excellent location for NY Moors, Coast, Wolds, Ryedale. Ideal for a couple. All inclusive.

4 cottages. 2 sleeps 2, 1 sleeps 5, 1 sleeps 7 from £195 to £675 pupw

Bungalow sleeps 2 from £220 to £250 pw Contact: Marilyn Legard Tel: 01944 758446 Email: Address: Thorpe-Rise, 10 High Street, Rillington, Malton, North Yorkshire, YO17 8LA

Contact: Heather Eddon Tel: 01751 460281 Email: Web: Address: Lilac Farm, Levisham, Pickering, YO18 7NL

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Malton - Anson House Holidays


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Malton - Walnut Garth Luxury 2 en suite bedroom cottage. Log fires, peaceful location overlooking mares & foals on stud farm. Shops, trains, buses, 1 mile. Ideal York, Moors, Coast. Sky TV. Golf.

Two-bedroom cottage furnished to high standard. All modern conveniences. In grounds of owners property. Close to York, Coast and Moors. Excellent “Home from Home”.

Cottage sleeps 4 from £275 to £550 pw

Cottage sleeps 4 adults and 1 infant from £220 to £445 pw

Contact: Mrs Susan Camacho Tel: 01653 694901 Mob: 07779 318136 Email: Web: Address: Star Cottage, Welham Road, Norton, Malton, North Yorkshire, YO17 9DS

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Marrick - Curlew Cottage

Malton - Swans Nest Cottage

Spectacular views over Swaledale. Two bedroom cottage. Beamed ceilings, open fire. Sunny garden. Three miles from Reeth on coast-to-coast path. Ideal for walking/touring.

A cosy two bedroom, fully equipped old farm cottage, caringly modernised to a very high standard and situated in the heart of rural Ryedale. 1 cottage sleeps 3 from £220 to £395 pw

Cottage sleeps 1 to 3 from £220 to £320 pw

Contact: Yvonne Dickinson Tel: 01653 694970 Email: Web: Address: Abbotts Farm House, Ryton, Malton, North Yorkshire, YO17 6SA

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Contact: Mr and Mrs Petty Tel: 01740 620723 Email: Web: Address: Curlew Cottage, Marrick, North Yorkshire, DL11 7LQ

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Masham - Poppy Cottage

Malton - The Old Post Office Superbly equipped ground level cottage with log fire and views over open countryside. Perfect for Moors, Coast and York. Wine / flowers with every booking.

Delightful cottage within dales village, set in own small garden with parking. All on one level. Immaculate, cosy, excellent facilities. Ideal for exploring the dales.

Cottage sleeps 4 + 1 cot, from £250 to £425 pw Short breaks Nov-Mar from £99

Cottage sleeps 3 from £220 to £300 pw

Contact: Sandra Simpson Tel: 01944 758047 Fax: 01944 758047 Email: Web: Address: The Old Post Office, Thorpe Bassett, Malton, North Yorkshire, YO17 8LU

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Contact: Celia Wright Tel: 01677 460 216 Fax: 01677 460 216 Email: Web: Address: Poppy Cottage, Ellingstring, Masham, Ripon, North Yorkshire, HG4 4PW

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Newton-Upon-Rawcliffe - Eastside Cottage Delightful beamed character cottage in picturesque village opposite duck pond. Close to Moors. Patio garden. Non smoking. Ideal for walking. Open May to September. Cottage sleeps 2 from £265 to £320 pw Contact: Mrs ES Evans Tel: 01751 477204 Email: Web: Address: Eastside Farm, Newton-Upon-Rawcliffe, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 8QA

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Self Catering Accommodation Newton-upon-Rawcliffe - Manor Farm Cottages

Pickering - Ashfield Cottages

Peaceful, comfortable, quality, stone cottages with log fires. Quiet National Park village with pub. Excellent centre for Moors, Coast, castles, steam railway and stately homes.

Attractive stone cottages in the traditional village of Lockton, situated in North Yorkshire Moors National Park. Ideal location for walking, steam railway, York and Coast.

2 cottages, 1 sleeps 5, 1 sleeps 6. Cottage 1 from £310 to £603 pw, cottage 2 from £334 to £665 pw

3 cottages sleeps 2 to 8 from £300 to £1120 pupw

Contact: Mary Pennock Tel: 01284 763568 Email: Web: Address: Manor Farm Cottages, Newton-uponRawcliffe, North Yorkshire, YO18 8QA

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Contact: Carol and Simon Fisk Tel: 01751 460218 Email: Web: Address: Ashfield House, Lockton, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7PZ

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Newton-Upon-Rawcliffe - Sunset Cottage Peaceful, luxurious cottage with stunning views, in the National Park, free Wi-Fi connection available and good mobile reception. All inclusive price. Helpful owner next door. Friday - Friday. Cottage sleeps 2 from £220 to £380 pw Contact: Brian Anderson Tel: 01751 472172 Email: Web: Address: Boonhill Cottage, Newton Road, Newton-Upon-Rawcliffe, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 8QF

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Nunnington - Riccal House Modern Static Caravan Holiday Home sited in walled garden on working family farm. Quiet peaceful location with good access to Moors, Coast and Ryedale attractions. 1 static caravan sleeps 4 from £180 to £220 pw Contact: Amanda Bulmer Tel: 01439 748210 Email: Address: Riccal House, Muscoates, Nunnington, York, North Yorkshire, YO62 5XG


VisitEngland Gold Award for:

“Exceptional quality of accommodation & customer service”

Delightful location in tranquil village next to the North York Moors National Park. Award winning cottages (sleeping 2, 3, 4, 6 or 10 people) set in private courtyard and gardens backing onto paddock & fields. The cottages are spacious, traditionally furnished and well equipped. The six largest cottages are rated “5 Star” for quality. Central for exploring Moors, Coast & York. Facilities: Heated indoor pool, sauna, children’s play area, walled garden with koi carp pond, paddock, llamas & ponies in field. Open all Year.

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Holiday Cottage of the Year Award Visit our website: Tel: 01751 476612 for brochure | Email: Beech Farm Cottages, Village Green, Wrelton, Pickering, YO18 8PG

Barker Stakes Farm Timber Lodges Our 4* timber lodges are set in the grounds of our 18th century farmhouse with the peace and quiet of the country yet only 1.5 miles from the bustling market town of Pickering.

Contact: Steve Goodfellow Tel: 01751 476 759 Website: Email: Property Address: Barker Stakes Farm, Lendales Lane, Pickering, North Yorkshire, Y018 8EE

Watch the sun set over our 32 acres of farmland whilst sat on your private veranda. 5 Timber Lodges. Sleeps 2-6 from £250 There’s a play area for the kids and plenty to £850 pupw of farmyard friends to meet. Open all year.

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Pickering - Cliff House Country Cottages Pretty converted stone cottages set in 5 acre grounds of owners 18th century manor house. Indoor swimming pool, jacuzzi, games room, stunning gardens, unique treehouse. 5 cottages sleep 2 to 6, from £248 to £1095 pupw Contact: Jo Hardie Tel: 01723 859440 Email: Web: Address: Cliff House, Ebberston, Nr. Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO13 9PA

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Self Catering Accommodation Pickering - High Mill

Pickering - Karens Cottages Nestling below Pickering Castle, our cottages have unique and unrivalled views of adjacent North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Fully inclusive prices. Short breaks available all year.

New Meadows all on one level. Greenfields detached two bedroomed. Both located in quiet part of Pickering 10 minutes walk from centre, with off street parking.

2 cottages sleep 2 to 12 from £190 to £1530 pupw

2 cottages. 1 sleeps 2-4, 1 sleeps 4-6 from £250 to £450 pupw

Contact: Cheryl Potter Tel: 01751 477113 Email: Web: Address: High Mill, 32-34 Undercliffe, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7BB

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Pickering - Hungate Cottages Winners of the prestigious Pickering in Bloom competition 2013. 11 cottages sleeps 4 to 12 from £407 to £1841 pupw Contact: Jerry Watts Tel: 01751 476382 Mob: 07876 404 152 Email: Web: Address: Hungate Cottages, Recreation Road, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7ET

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Low Costa Mill - Pickering Set in a stunning, rural location Low Costa Mill is a collection of seven self-catering holiday cottages which have been adapted from former farm and mill buildings.

Keld Head Farm Cottages Our cottages provide a perfect base for those seeking an open countryside setting whilst within a short walk to the old market town. The cottages are spacious, superbly equipped, furnished with the emphasis on comfort and relaxation. They have traditional pan tile roofs, stone fireplaces, beamed ceilings and large gardens with an extensive play area and private parking. The York Moors are on the doorstep and a short drive takes you to Scarborough, Whitby and York. Penny and Julian Fearn Keld Head Farm Cottages, Keld Head, Pickering YO18 8LL

T: 01751 473974 E: | W: 9 Cottages sleep 2 to 8 + cot from £258 to £1235 pw

Sleeping parties from eight to two people (plus cot), pets are permitted in some properties.

Contact: Tracy Goodfellow Tel: 01751 472 050 Website: Email: Property Address: Low Costa Mill, Costa Lane, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 8LP

An ideal base for anyone who appreciates 7 Cottages. Sleeps 2-8 from £210 to the peace and tranquillity of the countryside, £1245 pupw but only 1½ miles from Pickering. The heated indoor swimming pool and large play area are firm favourites too.

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Pickering - Lynton Cottage Well equipped, comfortable, single storey cottage. Private parking, peaceful private garden, 10 mins walk to town centre, North Yorks Moors Railway. Easy reach Coast, Moors, York. No smoking. Cottage sleeps 2 from £295 to £320 pw Contact: Sheila Gough Tel: 01751 473025 Email: Web: Address: Lynton, 81 Ruffa Lane, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7HT









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Self Catering Accommodation Sinnington - Cliff Farm Camping Barn

Pickering - Newton Cottage Highly commended, cosy, welcoming, superbly appointed and equipped cottage. Peaceful yet central location. Private garden and parking. A touch of luxury at an affordable price.

Clean basic accommodation suitable for groups, families or individuals on economy budget, wishing to access the great outdoors of the North Yorkshire Moors and area.

Cottage sleeps 4 from £180 to £360 pw

Camping barn sleeps 12 from £8.00 to £8.50 pppn

Contact: Tony Danks Tel: 01751 477913 Mob: 07956 658894 Email: Web: Property Postcode: YO18 8BZ

Contact: Jean Scaling Tel: 01751 473792 Email: Web: Address: Cliff Farm Camping Barn, Cliff Farm, Sinnington, York, North Yorkshire, YO62 6SS


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Pickering - Town End Farm Cottage

Sinnington - Cliff Farm

Comfortable, pleasantly situated spacious well equipped 18th century cottage. Large cottage garden, safe off road private parking. 10 minutes walk into town centre. Ideal location.

Modern static caravans sited on working family farm on edge of North Yorks Moors. Ideally situated for visiting Moors, Coast and attractions of the area.

Cottage sleeps 6 from £215 to £430 pw

2 static caravans sleeps 6 from £270 to £370 pupw

Contact: Christine Fenwick Tel: 01751 472713 Email: Web: Address: Town End Farm, Eastfield Road, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7HU

Contact: Jean Scaling Tel: 01751 473792 Email: Web: Address: Cliff Farm Holidays, Cliff Farm, Sinnington, North Yorkshire, YO62 6SS

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Self contained ground floor apartment within Georgian house. Pretty courtyard garden. 5 minutes from town centre. Ideal location for walking or touring the Dales. Parking nearby.

Beautiful ground floor barn conversions in village setting. Furnished and equipped to high standard. Ideally situated for Castle Howard, North York Moors, coast and York.

Apartment sleeps 2 from £250 to £300 pw

2 cottages. 1 sleeps 4, 1 sleeps 6 from £325 to £610 pupw

Contact: Judith Flint Tel: 01748 822809 Email: Web: Address: Nuns Cottage, 5 Hurgill Road, Richmond, North Yorkshire, DL10 4AR


Contact: Rachel Prest Tel: 01653 628277 Email: Web: Address: Home Farm Holiday Cottages, Railway Street, Slingsby, York, North Yorkshire, YO62 4AL

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Staithes, Nr Whitby - Pennysteel Cottage

Rosedale - Low Farm Cottages

Old fisherman’s cottage on the edge of the picturesque harbour of Staithes, with breathtaking views from every room. Ideal for walking and coastal holidays. Parking permit free for public car park. Terrace over looking the harbour, safe for children and dogs. Pets come free by arrangement.

Three cottages with stables set within the heart of the North York Moors National Park. Perfect for walkers, cyclists, horse riders and many more! 3 cottages sleeps 12 from £300 to £410 pupw Contact: Nicola Jones Tel: 01751 430858 Email: Web: Address: Low Farm Cottages, Hartoft, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 8RP

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Cottage sleeps 5 from £310 to £625 pw Contact: Chris Wade Tel: 01377 219901 / 217523 Mob: 07801 124264 Fax: 01377 217754 Email: Web: Address: Pennysteel Cottage, 3 Boathouse Yard, Staithes, Nr Whitby, TS13 5BN

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Rosedale Abbey - Craven Garth Cottages

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Swinton - 4 Wellgarth

The beautiful North Yorkshire Moors where nestled in the Valley of Rosedale these stunning and traditional Holiday Cottages offer the perfect place to relax and unwind.

Cosy stone cottage, open fire and garden. Handy for market town of Malton and rail link, village pub, North York Moors, Wolds and East Coast.

7 cottages sleeps 2 to 4 from £300 to £800 pupw

Cottage sleeps 4 from £210 to £300 pw

Contact: Ena Dent Tel: 01751 417506 Email: Web: Address: Craven Garth Cottages, Craven Garth Farm, Rosedale East, Nr Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 8RH

Contact: Dianne Illingworth Tel: 01653 697548 Email: Web: Address: 4 Wellgarth, Swinton, Malton, North Yorkshire, YO17 6SS

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Self Catering Accommodation Terrington - Terrington Holiday Cottages In the picturesque Howardian Hills close to Castle Howard are 3 delightful cottages, the perfect base for a relaxing holiday. Ideal for walking and touring. 3 cottages, 1 sleeps 2, 1 sleeps 4, 1 sleeps 5 from £255 to £540 pupw Contact: Sally Goodrick Tel: 01653 648740 Email: Web: Address: Rose Villa, Terrington, York, North Yorkshire, YO60 6PP

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Whitby (3 miles) - Lemon Cottage Lemon Cottage is in a tranquil location with picturesque views. This ‘Gold Award’ cottage has two en-suite bedrooms, a private patio and is luxuriously furnished. Cottage sleeps 4 from £375 to £695 pw Contact: Ellie White Tel: 01947 880477 Email: Web: Address: Northcliffe & Seaview Holiday Parks, Bottoms Lane, High Hawsker, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO22 4LL

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Ace York is a 4 star city centre hostel, conveniently located near York railway station, bus station and situated in Micklegate, one of the oldest parts of York. This grand Georgian 1752 townhouse has many impressive features; including stone-flagged entrance hall, a grand sweeping staircase, panelled rooms, vaulted cellar and a fabulous Rococo ceiling featuring Shakespeare’s head. If you are looking for a budget York option, then Ace York is the place to be! With air-conditioning throughout, its own oak-beamed basement games room, guest kitchen, TV & internet lounge, and courtyard; Ace York is the top end of budget accommodation!


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Our self catering accommodation is regularly updated here. Ace York, Micklegate House, 88-90 Micklegate, York, YO1 6JX Tel: 01904 627720 Web: | Email: Prices from £16 pppn. See website for full details.


Caravan & Camping Accommodation Filey (2 miles) - Crows Nest Caravan Park Family-owned, award winning park. Superbly located between Scarborough and Filey for couples and family holidays. Excellent facilities include an indoor-heated swimming pool, supermarket and bar. 200 tent sites, 50 touring sites, 30 static caravans for hire. Tent/touring from £15 pn, statics from £200 pw Contact: Nick Palmer Tel: 01723 582206 Email: Web: Address: Crows Nest Caravan Park, Gristhorpe, Filey, North Yorkshire, YO14 9PS

E j h R � f Scarborough - Jasmine Park Family owned, tranquil park in picturesque countryside between Scarborough and Pickering. Superbly maintained facilities. Welcome to Yorkshire Awards Finalist 2012. 60 tent sites, 20 touring sites, 4 static caravans for hire. Tent/touring from £20 pn, statics from £240 pw Contact: Nick Palmer Tel: 01723 859240 Email: Web: Contact: Cross Lane, Snainton, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO14 9BE

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Sinnington - Cliff Farm Holidays Touring Caravan Site on working family farm. Superb Luxury Facilities. Very central for Coast, Moors and attractions. A warm Yorkshire welcome always assured. 18 touring caravan sites, 2 static caravans for hire. Touring from £15 pn, Statics from £270 pw Contact: Jean Scaling Tel: 01751 473792 Email: Web: Address: Cliff Farm, Sinnington, York, North Yorkshire, YO62 6SS

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Castle Howard Lakeside Holiday Park

This idyllic site overlooks the Great Lake at Castle Howard. Located within the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it is the perfect base for exploring North Yorkshire’s breathtaking countryside and coast and the City of York. Caravans, motor homes and tents welcome. 60 pitches. See website for tariff.

Tel: 01653 648316

Email: | Web: Address: Castle Howard, York, North Yorkshire, YO60 7DD E ) j f F

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Flower of May family holiday parks

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Flower of May, Lebberston Cliff, Scarborough, YO11 3NU.

01723 584311 or e-mail us:

Explore and Enjoy… the Yorkshire coast, Yorkshire Dales or North York Moors from our touring parks at Scarborough, Pickering, Ripon and York


Discover the Beauty Surrounding Yorkshires Finest Holiday Parks 01723 584311

01765 602964

01751 417272

Northcliffe & Seaview Holiday Parks

Whitby - High Straggleton Farm Caravan Park Eight luxury caravans on a small farm site. Ideal for walking/touring coastland and moors. 15 mins walk to beach. Gas, electricity and bed linen included.

Whitby (3 miles) Contact: Ellie White Bottoms Lane, High Hawsker, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO22 LL Tel: 01947 880477 Email: Website:

01347 810829

8 static caravans for hire, 2 sleep 8, 6 sleep 6 from £175 - £510 pw

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Contact: Mr and Mrs D C Atkinson Tel: 01947 602373 Email: Web: Address: High Straggleton Farm, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 3SR

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Our Award Winning family owned and personally managed parks are situated on the beautiful Heritage Coast between Whitby and Robin Hood Bay. These Gold Award conservation parks have fabulous countryside and coastal views with access to superb walks and the cycle track.

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We sell & hire luxury caravans, have a four star holiday cottage and an exclusive seasonal only touring park. Facilities include: Coast cafe bar, play parks, football pitches and lots more. Please contact us for price & availability. 62 touring pitches, 265 Private Holiday Caravans, 3 luxury Caravans for hire From £1,400 for a Seasonal Pitch, Caravans from £275 pw


Caravan & Camping Accommodation

Luxury Country Holiday Lodges and Cottages in the heart of North Yorkshire

h c a re sy a e n i h t i w d e t a c o l y l rb e p su re a s rk a P d e n i a Our wel mYoarkintshire’s stunning landscapes and wel known at ractions of North Goosewood Holiday Park Sutton-on-the-Forest, YO61 1ET at the heart of Yorkshire close to historic York. An idyllic country retreat, located in a peaceful setting. The Park blends open countryside with striking woodland, just a few miles from the centre of the historic city of York.

Rosedale Abbey Rosedale, Near Pickering, YO18 8SA a village setting nestling in the glorious hills of the North Yorkshire Moors. These expertly converted former stables enjoy a peaceful riverside setting alongside the picturesque caravan park.

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