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The North York Moors National Park
A stunning ancient area, boasting one of the largest heather moorlands in the UK, this beautiful National Park is a perfect spot for rest and relaxation. As well as the vast and scenic moors, there is a spectacular coastline, plenty of wildlife-filled woodland and a fascinating history to learn about. Add to this, the famous friendliness of the Yorkshire folk and you have a superb holiday destination. Read More
Located at a coastal holiday village in Filey on the East Yorkshrie Coast, this two bedroom holiday cottage provides the perfect place for a family holiday by the sea and a great base for exploring Whitby, Scarborough, Hull and York.
A spacious self catering holiday cottage located in the picturesque coastal town of Staithes. Just a short stroll to the harbour, beach and restaurants and perfect for both coastal walks and walking the North York Moors. 4 Star.
Set in a village location within North Yorkshire, this lovely Victorian 4 star self catering holiday cottage is ideal for visiting Whitby & Goathland and is just a 15 minute stroll to the beautiful beaches of Robins Hoods Bay. 4 Star.
A family, child and baby-friendly character holiday cottage in a lovely location in the heart of Staithes within the North York Moors. Perfect for walkers, couples on a romantic break, or for a family seaside holiday.
Perfectly situated just one mile from the seaside villages of Staithes and Runswick Bay, this holiday Cottage is ideal for couples who want to explore the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors and coastline.
From £325 to £525 per week
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One of the most striking features of the North York Moors is the dramatically contrasting landscape, from coastline and cliffs to sweeping valleys and lush forests. As a result, the area is a haven for wildlife with plenty of good spotting opportunities.
There are a number of ways in which to explore the lush valleys, pretty villages, wild moorland and rugged coastline. Choose to ride or cycle through the peaceful dales and quiet lanes, or enjoy miles of wonderful walking from a gentle stroll to the Cleveland Way long distance path. For those who prefer the water, there is plenty of kayaking and canoeing to be done. Another popular way to experience the area that must be on the ‘to-do’ list is by steam engine. The wonderfully preserved North Yorkshire Moors Railway is a fascinating step back in time and provides the perfect way to hop between the idyllic villages whilst taking in the stunning scenery enroute.
When you’re ready to rest after a day of exploration and sightseeing, you can choose from one of the many quaint country pubs or breweries, like the Black Sheep Brewery in Masham. Here you can take a guided tour and learn about the traditional brewing process.
A wonderfully tranquil destination to get away from the rat race, the North York Moors is a superb example of England at its best - both now and how it used to be.