Featured Hotels in Yorkshire

  • Description The Old Chapel is located in Speeton and offers a garden. The property is 27 miles from Whitby. The vacation home features a TV and 2 bedrooms.
  • $136

    Average price per night

    The Stables, Oswaldkirk

    The Stables


    Description The Stables is located in Oswaldkirk. Complimentary WiFi is featured. The vacation home comes with a TV. York is 17 miles from the vacation home. Leeds Bradford Airport is 34 miles from the property.
  • $719

    Average price per night

    Baysdale Abbey, Kildale
    Description Baysdale Abbey is located in Kildale and offers a garden. Guests staying at this vacation home can use the free WiFi. The vacation home comes with a TV.
  • $206

    Average price per night

    Burnmoor View, High Bentham

    Burnmoor View

    High Bentham

    9.5 Exceptional 6 reviews
    Description Burnmoor View is located in High Bentham. The property is 30 miles from Blackpool. The vacation home features a TV. Windermere is 25 miles from the vacation home.

    "Everything we needed was there - excellent facilities"

    Michelle. United Kingdom
  • $132

    Average price per night

    Dairy Cottage, Cloughton

    Dairy Cottage


    Description Dairy Cottage is located in Cloughton. The property is 10 miles from Whitby. The vacation home comes with a TV.
  • $206

    Average price per night

    Elm Cottage, Appersett

    Elm Cottage


    Description Located in Appersett in the North Yorkshire region, Elm Cottage has a garden. This property has free WiFi.

Yorkshire Highlights

The natural beauty of Yorkshire's National Parks
The Yorkshire Dales cover 680 square miles and have some of the UK’s most spectacular scenery along with wildlife, crags, caves and valleys.
Yorkshire’s themed museums
Yorkshire’s museums are themed around specific subjects, including York’s National Railway Museum, Bradford’s National Media Museum and Halifax’s Eureka Children's Museum.
The county’s cathedrals, abbeys and heritage
The largest gothic cathedral north of the Alps, York Minster is famed for its architecture. Other historic sites include the abbeys at Whitby and Selby.
Stand face to face with history
Atmospheric York is set within 2 miles of intact city walls, while other historic highlights include Castle Howard, Sewerby Hall and Whitby.
Shop till you drop
From Leeds and Sheffield’s high-street shops to the boutiques of York’s Shambles, Yorkshire is home to a range of retail therapy.
Yorkshire’s fine dining
After London, Yorkshire has the most Michelin-star restaurants in the UK. It’s also proud to be the spiritual home of British real ale.
Festival fun and days out
Big days out in Yorkshire range from large music events, such as Leeds Festival, to more niche outings such as Jorvik Viking Festival and Coastival.
Day at the races
The famous racing tracks at Beverley, Doncaster, Pontefract and York provide plenty of opportunity for those who fancy a flutter.
Surfing off Yorkshire’s coast
Yorkshire's rugged coastline may be a bit chilly but it offers the chance to catch some great waves at Scarborough and Cayton Bay.
Take your pick of live sport
Yorkshire is home to Sheffield F.C, the world’s oldest football club. You’ll also find Rugby League sides and the Crucible’s Snooker World Championship.

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