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Allerthorpe Country Park is located just a few miles to the east of York and is the ideal base to explore the heart of Yorkshire.
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Allerton Holiday Park is a quiet and relaxing holiday base ideally located for exploring the numerous attractions of the beautiful Yorkshire countryside, Harrogate, the Dales and Moors.
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Angrove Country Park

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Angrove Country Park is part of our Evermore Lodge Holidays Collection, offering the best of country and coast.
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Located in Burniston, Applegrove Country Park is a tranquil rural retreat that offers stunning views of the UK countryside and is just a short drive from the bustling resort town of Scarborough.
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Aysgarth Lodges

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Aysgarth Lodges combines luxury with the ultimate in sophistication in this collection of chic lodges each with its own hot tub ideal for soaking up the Wensleydale views.
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A haven of peace and tranquillity between the Yorkshire Dales and North Yorkshire Moors, this superbly situated park teems with wildlife and boasts 26 acres of stunning grounds including picturesque lawns and gardens with a beautiful stream.
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Barmston Beach Holiday Park offers a delightful coastal retreat with a wealth of amenities tailored to ensure a memorable holiday for families and guests of all ages.
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Beech Tree Lakes Lodges, set deep in the heart of the ruggedly beautiful South Yorkshire countryside, is an adults only haven of peace and tranquillity.
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Beverley Holiday Park is just Located just 2 miles from the centre of Beverley which has a host of restaurants, bars and shops. The park is ideal for families and couples seeking a relaxing holiday.
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Blackwell Lodges

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Blackwell Lodges is part of our Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection.
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Brickyard Lakes Country Park is located in a woodland, semi-rural location, however just a short distance from the bustling market town of Malton with its superb collection of shops, restaurants and bars.
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Tucked away on a quiet country lane just two miles from Bridlington, this small park offers a peaceful and relaxing setting.
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Burton Constable Holiday Park and Arboretum is a wonderful hidden gem set amongst 200 acres of luscious woodland and lakes in the tranquil East Yorkshire Countryside.
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Cawood Country Park in North Yorkshire is a country park set in 12 acres with its own lake just 10 miles south of York and close to the banks of the river Wharf.
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Cayton Holiday Park is lodged along the picturesque shores of Cayton Bay near Scarborough.
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Yorkshire Visitor's Guide

Yorkshire, a canvas of rugged landscapes and vibrant cities, invites you to discover its charm. Renowned for its breathtaking dales, historic York, and the bustling streets of Leeds, there's no shortage of exploration. Foodies will revel in Yorkshire's famed puddings and hearty ales, while adventurers can tackle the Pennine Way or surf Scarborough's waves. For those seeking a tranquil escape or a lively group retreat, opting for a lodge or cabin in Yorkshire promises an unmatched experience. From romantic escapes to fun-filled family holidays, Yorkshire's welcoming embrace has it all. Don't just visit, immerse yourself in the true spirit of this remarkable region.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in Yorkshire?

Yorkshire, with its rolling dales, ancient woodlands, and dramatic coastlines, offers a unique blend of natural beauty and rich history. This year, Yorkshire is set to enchant visitors with the newly opened Yorkshire Wildlife Park Expansion, providing an even more immersive experience into the world of exotic and endangered animals. Among the annual highlights, the Yorkshire Food and Drink Festival promises to showcase the region's finest culinary talents. TripAdvisor scores consistently praise Yorkshire's natural beauty and visitor-friendly attractions, often rating them highly for both quality and variety. Choosing a lodge over traditional hotel accommodation allows visitors to immerse themselves in Yorkshire's stunning landscapes, offering a more intimate and tranquil experience. What sets Yorkshire apart is its blend of natural beauty, historical sites like the medieval York Minster, and the warm, welcoming nature of its towns and villages.

If you're visiting Yorkshire with kids

Absolutely, Yorkshire is a playground for children of all ages, offering a wide array of activities that cater to diverse interests. From the thrilling rides at Lightwater Valley Theme Park (HG4 3HT) to the educational and fun National Railway Museum in York (YO26 4XJ), there's something to keep every child entertained. Opting for a lodge break means families can enjoy spacious accommodations and the freedom to explore Yorkshire's natural beauty at their own pace.

  1. Weather-appropriate clothing - Yorkshire's weather can be unpredictable.
  2. Comfortable walking shoes - for all the adventures.
  3. Swimwear - for lodges with pool facilities or visits to the coast.
  4. Binoculars - for wildlife spotting in the dales and moors.
  5. A camera or smartphone - for capturing memories.
  6. Interactive games and books - for cosy evenings in the lodge.

Taking your Pet?

Yorkshire is a haven for pet owners, with its vast open spaces and pet-friendly accommodations. Many lodges in Yorkshire offer enclosed gardens, perfect for letting your furry friend roam safely. For dining out, The Fleece Inn at Haworth (BD22 8DA) and The Star Inn in Harome (YO62 5JE) warmly welcome pets. A real tip for visiting Yorkshire with dogs is to research pet-friendly trails and beaches beforehand and always check with your lodge about their pet policy to ensure a smooth stay.

Dog walking ideas in Yorkshire

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Ilkley Moor Circular 6 Moors and Historical Landmarks LS29 9RF
Scarborough to Whitby Rail Trail 21 Coastal and Countryside YO12 6PF
Richmond Castle Walk 3 Riverbanks and Castle Views DL10 4QW
Aysgarth Falls and Woods 2 Waterfalls and Woodland DL8 3TH
Flamborough Head Loop 8 Cliffs and Sea Views YO15 1AR

Whether you're seeking the tranquility of seaside walks or the rugged beauty of moorland treks, Yorkshire's diverse landscapes provide the perfect backdrop for memorable dog walks.

Popular Counties within Yorkshire

Vale of York

Vale of York

The Vale of York is a flat area of fertile land dominated by the historic city of York. It's a paradise for those who love the outdoors, with endless cycling routes and walking paths. For couples, a stroll along the city’s ancient walls at sunset is unmissable. Families will love York Chocolate Story (YO1 7LD), where the city's chocolate-making history comes to life. York's rich history is encapsulated in the magnificent York Minster (YO1 7HH), and the lodges in this area often offer cosy, rustic retreats with modern comforts. Foodies should try the traditional Yorkshire pudding in a local pub. The Vale of York also hosts the annual York Food Festival, celebrating local produce and culinary talents.

West Yorkshire

West Yorkshire

West Yorkshire, with Leeds as its beating heart, is a hub of cultural and historical attractions. The Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds (LS10 1LT) is a treasure trove for anyone fascinated by the history of warfare. For families, Eureka! The National Children's Museum in Halifax (HX1 2NE) offers interactive fun. The area's lodges often provide a tranquil escape with easy access to bustling city life. West Yorkshire is also known for its ale trail, where you can sample some of the best beers brewed in the region. Don't miss out on trying a proper Yorkshire curry in Bradford, crowned the Curry Capital of Britain multiple times.

Yorkshire

Yorkshire

Yorkshire is a diverse county offering everything from the modern vibes of Sheffield to the serene landscapes of the Yorkshire Wolds. It's a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, with the Peak District National Park partially lying within its borders. The region is famous for its tea, so a visit to Bettys Café Tea Rooms (HG2 0NF) in Harrogate is a must for a quintessential Yorkshire experience. For those seeking thrills, Flamingo Land Resort in Malton (YO17 6UX) combines a theme park with a zoo. Yorkshire lodges range from luxury spa retreats to charming countryside cabins, catering to all tastes and budgets. The Great Yorkshire Show is an annual highlight, showcasing the best in local farming, food, and crafts.

Yorkshire Dales

Yorkshire Dales

The Yorkshire Dales are famed for their rolling hills, verdant valleys, and picturesque villages. It's a perfect spot for hiking, with trails like the Three Peaks Challenge offering breathtaking views. For a unique underground adventure, White Scar Cave in Ingleton (LA6 3AW) is the longest show cave in Britain. Lodges in the Dales often feature stone-built exteriors and cosy interiors, making them ideal for a romantic getaway or a family holiday. The local cuisine is robust, with dishes like Wensleydale cheese and Yorkshire lamb being must-tries. The annual Dales Festival of Food and Drink celebrates the region's rich culinary heritage.

Yorkshire Moors & Coast

Yorkshire Moors & Coast

This area is a stunning mix of dramatic coastline and wild moorland. The North York Moors National Park offers miles of scenic walks, while the heritage coastline is dotted with charming seaside towns like Whitby and Scarborough. Whitby is particularly famous for its association with Dracula and its gothic abbey ruins. For families, Scarborough SEA LIFE Sanctuary (YO12 6RP) provides an up-close look at marine life. Lodges along the Yorkshire coast offer the perfect blend of sea views and easy access to the moors. Seafood is a highlight here, with fresh crab and fish and chips being local favourites. The area also hosts the annual Whitby Goth Weekend, a celebration of gothic culture and music.

Yorkshire's diverse landscapes and rich cultural heritage make it an ideal destination for anyone looking to explore the UK. Whether you're drawn to the historic cities, the rolling countryside, or the rugged coastline, Yorkshire has something special to offer.

FAQs

This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Expect a cozy, home-away-from-home vibe. Lodges in Yorkshire offer that perfect blend of comfort and nature. Picture sipping your morning coffee with views of rolling hills or dense forests. Many lodges come with modern amenities like hot tubs and fire pits, making it easy to relax and unwind.

What should I pack when visiting Yorkshire?

Pack layers! Yorkshire's weather can be unpredictable. Include waterproofs for those unexpected showers and sturdy footwear for exploring the great outdoors. Don't forget your swimsuit for hot tub lodges, and a camera to capture the stunning landscapes.

Can you park outside the lodge?

In most cases, yes. Many lodges in Yorkshire are designed with convenience in mind, offering parking spaces right outside your door. This makes unloading your car a breeze, especially if you're bringing a lot of gear for your break.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

Yorkshire has plenty to offer, rain or shine. Cozy up in your lodge with a good book or board game. Many lodges also come equipped with smart TVs and Wi-Fi. For a day out, check out indoor attractions like The Deep in Hull or York's Chocolate Story.

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Yes, many lodges are within delivery range of local restaurants and takeaways. Apps like JustEat or Deliveroo often cover these areas. For a more unique experience, some local farm shops and delis offer delivery of fresh, local produce to your lodge door.

Is Yorkshire a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Absolutely! Yorkshire's landscapes transform beautifully each season. Winter brings magical frosts, perfect for cozy lodge nights. Spring and autumn offer cooler weather ideal for hiking. Plus, visiting off-season means fewer crowds at popular spots like Whitby Abbey or York Minster.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Definitely. Lodges with hot tubs in Yorkshire pride themselves on cleanliness and hygiene. Expect your hot tub to be freshly cleaned and ready for you to jump in the moment you arrive. They're usually checked and maintained daily too.

Are there activities for kids nearby?

Yorkshire is a playground for kids of all ages. From adventure parks like Lightwater Valley to educational days out at The National Railway Museum in York. Plus, many lodges are situated near walking trails and nature reserves, perfect for little explorers.

Can I bring my dog to the lodge?

Many lodges in Yorkshire are pet-friendly, welcoming dogs with open arms. It's always best to check in advance, but expect plenty of walks right on your doorstep. Some even offer doggy welcome packs to make your furry friend feel right at home.

Any recommendations for a romantic lodge break?

For couples, look for lodges that offer that extra bit of privacy and luxury. Think secluded lodges with stunning views, private hot tubs, and cozy fireplaces. Rudding Park and North Star Club are top picks for a memorable, romantic getaway in Yorkshire.