Self-catering holiday cottages in the North York Moors
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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 that stretches some 26 miles, plenty of wildlife-filled woodlands 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
Just outside the village of Commondale in the picturesque North Yorkshire Moors, this welcoming holiday cottage provides exceptionally comfortable self-catering and an ideal base for exploring the areas many attractions including Yorks city centre and the coastal resort of Whitby within easy driving distance.
A lovely holiday cottage on the edge of the beautiful North York Moors, overlooking the steam railway and within walking distance of market town of Pickering, North Yorkshire.
Offering the perfect blend of traditional charm and modern comfort, this delightful stone holiday cottage provides an ideal retreat for couples or small families and is located a few minutes walk away from the vibrant market town of Pickering - the gateway to the North York Moors. A great choice of places to eat, shops and attractions on the doorstep and plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities locally.
A charming holiday cottage providing the ideal place for a relaxing holiday in North Yorkshire. Sitting on the edge of the North York Moors, this is a perfect holiday retreat for walkers with many superb walks locally.
Offering 5 Star Gold luxury, this award winning barn provides the perfect mix of sophistication and character that is sure to impress the discerning traveller. Perfectly placed in a tranquil position with stunning views over the North York Moors, guests have lots of space to relax both inside and out. An ideal base for exploring the many attractions of the North York Moors including the Heritage coastline, just fifteen minutes away by car. 5 Star Gold.
Offering the very best of self-catering, this Five Star Gold barn conversion is ideal for friends and families who want to immerse themselves in the tranquility of glorious North Yorkshire Countryside, and explore the many delights of the North York Moors National Park. Fantastic walks straight from the front door, an abundance of moorland attractions nearby and the Heritage coastline just fifteen minutes drive away. 5 Star Gold.
Close to the bustling market town of Pickering, Post Office Cottage provides a good base for exploring the North York Moors and the stunning East Coast of Yorkshire. With a vast array of attractions within easy reach, this comfortable cottage provides a welcoming retreat.
A delightful holiday cottage in the pretty village of Thornton-le-Dale, near Pickering within the North York Moors National Park. With Dalby Forest on the doorstep, this is a superb location for exploring the areas many attractions and outdoor pursuits.
A delightful detached holiday cottage in the heart of rural North Yorkshire, providing a peaceful retreat in the Vale of Pickering on the edge of the North York Moors National Park. 4 Star Gold.
Sitting right in the heart of the North York Moors National Park, The Hay Barn provides spacious self-catering and an ideal base for enjoying the wonderful walks and abundance of attractions including the market town of Pickering, the picturesque village of Hutton-le-Hole and Yorkshire's stunning coastline dotted with pretty fishing villages and towns such as Whitby and Robin Hood's Bay. 4 Star.
Spacious yet retaining a cosy feel, this pretty cottage is almost two hundred years old and offers a welcoming retreat for large parties of up to eleven. Perfect for friends and families, Rose Cottage sits in the popular Moorland village of Goathland in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park with a choice of places for a meal out as well as the North York Moors Steam Railway within walking distance. Superb walks from the front door and within easy reach of the East Coast (by train or car).
Welcoming families, friends and couples, Daisy Cottage is well located in the pretty Moorland village of Goathland in the very heart of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. Enjoy places for a meal out within walking distance, as well as the North York Moors Steam Railway, fantastic walks and easy access to Yorkshire's beautiful East Coast.
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. 4 Star.
Sitting right in the heart of the North York Moors National Park, this comfy welcoming barn is just a mile from Wainwright's Coast to Coast and surrounded by spectacular scenery. With wide appeal and flexible accommodation, it is every bit as popular with large groups of up to eleven as it is for couples taking advantage of the mid-week reduced rates.
A quaint 17th Century holiday cottage located in a prime position a short walk from Robin Hood's Bay in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. Set in a peaceful village, the cottage is just a few minutes walk from the harbour, beach, pubs and shops and within easy reach (by foot, bike or car) to Scarborough and Whitby.
A large holiday home ideally located on the outskirts of Scarborough and the border of the North York Moors. Just two miles from the Yorkshire Heritage Coast.
A cosy welcoming holiday cottage with immense character, ideally placed on the edge of the North York Moors in the popular market town of Helmsley with its castle and superb walks, shops, pubs and restaurants on the doorstep. Offering a high standard of dog-friendly self-catering accommodation all year round.
Sitting in one of the North Yorkshire Moors prettiest villages Hutton Le Hole, this characterfull cottage provides an ideal base for exploring the areas many attractions. The village has a pub, museum and picnic area by the river with fantastic walks and easy access to the nearby market town of Kirkbymoorside. 4 Star.
A cosy holiday apartment right in the heart of the popular North Yorkshire seaside town of Whitby. An excellent base for exploring the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and enjoying a relaxing holiday by the sea - ideal for couples or families.
A cosy retreat ideal for a relaxing break and base from which to explore the North York Moors. Sitting just yards away from the harbour in the heart of Staithes village, this seaside cottage has everything on its doorstep including pubs, beach, shops and lots of sea air!
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The North York Moors National Park
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. Find out more about the North York Moors.
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