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Explore North Yorkshire

We're lucky enough to be located near a host of attractions, events, and walking routes, and we love to advise our guests on the best places to visit.

To make sure you get to see everything North Yorkshire has to offer, take a look at the following attractions, and don't forget to ask at Reception if you have something specific in mind.

Go Ape

Located less than 15 minutes from us, Go Ape Dalby is the perfect place for a day of adventure. For adults and kids alike, this isn't just a family experience as you take on valley-crossing zip wires, Segwey tours, and high rope courses. Book your ticket with us for a discount.


With a trip to North Yorkshire Moors Railway, you can experience 24 miles of beautiful Yorkshire countryside as you travel behind heritage steam locomotives in historic carriages and stop off at stations themed as different steam eras. Book your ticket with us for a discount.

Castle Howard

Castle Howard is one of Britain's finest stately homes and gardens, and has been home to the Howard family for over 300 years. The castle offers a whole calendar of events including shows, exhibitions, and workshops. Book your ticket with us for a discount.

Flamingo Land

Situated less than 10 minutes away, Flamingo Land is a firm favourite with families. Spend an adrenaline-filled day out at the theme park or choose to visit the zoo and learn about the special flamingo conservation project.


We have many beautiful waterfalls near us that you can encounter along your walks including Thomason Foss (listed in The Wild Swimming Guide), Blow Gill and Mallyan Spout in Goathland, Falling Foss in Little Beck Wood, and Hayburn Wyke on the Yorkshire Coast.

Sutton Bank

Popular with walkers, Sutton Bank is a hill in the Hambleton District of the North York Moors National Park and offers extensive views over the Vale of York and the Vale of Mowbray. If long hilly walks aren't your thing, take a visit to the beautiful Lake Gormire on route.

Hole of Horcum

A classic walk on the North York Moors, the route begins with a dramatic panorama over Hole of Horcum and follows a track over Levisham Moor past important archaeological remains. If you don't fancy the walk, you can wander around Hole of Horcum and take in the beautiful views.

Kilburn White Horse

The Kilburn White Horse is a hill figure cut into the hillside in the North York Moors National Park. The figure is 318 feet long by 220 ft high and covers about 1.6 acres and said to be the largest and most northerly hill figure in England - definitely worth the visit.


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