Set in North Yorkshire, the North York Moors are located in the North East of England to the north of the City of York, and hence called the 'North York Moors'. Designated as a National Park, the moors consist of a huge expanse of traditional English heather covered moorland, interspersed with picturesque dales, and dotted with quaint villages and market towns. To the east of the moors is the wonderful Yorkshire Heritage coastline with its steep cliffs and hidden smugglers coves ...........See more
The North York Moors is a superb location for a self catering holiday cottage vacation. There is an abundance of fantastic cottages to choose from, including romantic retreats for two set in secluded locations, family and/or group size cottages for that long overdue get-together, cottages set on the stunning North Yorkshire Heritage coast and in lively town settings with pubs, restaurants and shops close by. So start planning your next North Yorkshire Moors cottage holiday now........See more
Dotted around the North York Moors in glorious North Yorkshire there is and abundance of holiday parks offering self catering holidays and short breaks in static caravans, log cabins and lodges. Many are located close to the spectacular Yorkshire coast with sandy beaches close by, and many are located to the south of the moors making trips to the City of York a must. You will find holiday parks throughout the whole region with many also accommodating touring caravans.........See more
For your next self catering holiday consider a log cabin or lodge in the North York Moors. You can choose from tranquil woodland settings, some with on-site fishing, to log cabins and lodges set on family holiday parks with a range of facilities on-site including a swimming pool. There are log cabins for two set on the Yorkshire coast with a private hot tub, and large cabins ideal for that long overdue family get-together. Don't delay Yorkshire log cabins get fully booked quickly........See more
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Set in the county of North Yorkshire, the North York Moors are located in the north east of England, to the south of the River Tees and adjacent to the spectacular Yorkshire Heritage Coast and the North Sea. The countryside is typified by purple heather clad moorland, beautiful rolling countryside, a rugged and breathtaking coastline, quaint and interesting towns and villages and miles of cycling and walking routes. Designated a national park in 1952, the North York Moors National Park and the surrounding North and East Yorkshire regions are a truly wonderful destination for a holiday, short break or day out. There is an abundance of things to see and do, with an array of events, attractions and activities, plus a rich and interesting history to explore.
Walking, cycling and pony trecking holidays are very popular, and there is an abundance of footpaths, cycle tracks and bridleways cross- crossing the moors and the surrounding North Yorkshire region. Wainrights Coast To Coast Walk passes right through the moors from Ingleby Cross to Robin Hoods Bay. The Cleveland Way skirts the northern fringe of the moors, and the 24 hour Lyke Wake Walk runs from Osmotherley directly accross the moors to Ravenscar on the coast.
Being an all year round destination, the North York Moors & Coast is ideal for Easter, Spring Bank, May Day and Whitsuntide Breaks. Of course it is also superb for school summer holidays for all the family, and there is also a lot to see and do at Christmas and the New Year, with autumn and winter breaks also proving to be a favourite.
There is an abundance of both serviced and self-catering accommodation available throughout the region. Choose from North Yorkshire Moors cottages, lodges & log cabins, guest houses, bed & breakfasts, hotels, bunk houses, touring & static caravan sites and camping fields.
Yorkshire is a gastronomic delight and visitors will discover a whole range of local food & drink to suit all budgets. The famous 'Yorkshire Pudding' is a must, as is a trip to Whitby the home of 'fish and chips' and kippers.
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