North York Moors Cottage Holidays
Wild walks and a rich history
Home to the largest area of moorland in England, and 26 miles of coastline; the North York Moors is a beautiful and diverse National Park. Whatever the season it is a magical corner of the UK, with pretty villages, sweeping bays and ancient trees.
This is a walker’s paradise, with hundreds of miles of trails just waiting to be explored. If you want a challenge, the Cleaveland Way National Trail will take you on a 109 mile trip through some of the North York Moors’ most spectacular scenery. This National Park is also a haven for nesting birds, and if you’re a nature-lover there will be plenty more wildlife to spot too. Walking and wildlife aside, this is an area with a rich history as can be seen in the monuments, buildings and iconic steam trains.
The North York Moors is graced with some incredible places to explore; like Rievaulx Terrace. This National Park has so much to offer whatever the season.
In this vast National Park, there will be a corner to call your own. For groups of all ages there will be something to enjoy; from historic towns and villages and breathtaking landscapes.
Whether you prefer formal gardens, or wild blooms, the North York Moors will not disappoint. Beautiful all year round, this National Park has an ever changing landscape that’s just waiting to be explored.
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Whitby is a beautiful town, surrounded on three sides by the North York Moors. The fourth side backs onto the sea, and offers a wide, sandy beach to enjoy. It has a rich history and activities for all ages.
With its winding lanes and charming red roofed buildings, this coastal village is a peaceful place to stay. With a beach of its own you can enjoy rock-pooling, fossil hunting and soaking up sea views.
Types of Holiday in the North York Moors
The North York Moors is well suited to a holiday with your dog. Miles of countryside, plenty of fresh air and lots of pet friendly accommodation make this a pet-lover’s paradise.
Imagine relaxing into warm bubbles after a long day in the great outdoors. This could soon be a reality in one of our lovely cottages with a hot tub in the North York Moors.
Blonde beaches, fearsome fortresses, and mythical monasteries – Northumberland is truly a sight for sore eyes. It also has a National Park, meaning a wealth of historic attractions and scenic countryside are under protection for your viewing pleasure.
Sprinkled with stately homes, grand viaducts and Roman ruins, the Scottish Borders are a source of untapped beauty and underrated sights – making it the perfect remote break from reality. The romantic nature reserves on the east coast, home to puffins and herring gulls diving from the cliff tops, are something to see.
Yorkshire covers a vast swathe of northern England and has so much to offer. From wonderfully quaint tearooms to seemingly endless stretches of countryside, Yorkshire is a beautiful place to stay.