Peacefully-appointed holiday bungalow for four set near the centre of Filey – one of North Yorkshire’s premier coastal resorts.
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200-year old cottage in the Yorkshire Dales that’s been sympathetically converted to offer luxury self catering accommodation for three.
Stylish barn conversion in the Yorkshire Dales, comprising exposed beams, slate flooring and expansive private grounds.
Traditional three-storey holiday cottage located in Ingleton, Yorkshire that sleeps up to six with three bedrooms.
Nestling in the picturesque village of Haworth, this charming, well-presented holiday cottage accommodates five guests and is peacefully located.
Charming cottage with one king-size double bedroom, a bathroom with bath and shower over and a a well-equipped kitchen.
Spacious three-story holiday property for up to six guests in the popular and traditional seaside resort of Filey, North Yorkshire.
Luxury holiday cottage with a modern, breakfast-bar style kitchen, a large living room with balcony and an indoor pool and gym.
Beautifully-appointed cottage with three bedrooms, a bathroom with bath and shower over, a kitchen/diner and living room with wood-burner.
Peacefully-appointed character cottage in the village of Long Preston – it sleeps 4 and features an immaculate, well-presented interior.
Yorkshire is the largest county in the UK. Within its boundaries lie the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the North York Moors and the Peak District National Park - large swathes of its countryside are designated as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Yorkshire's distinctive, heritage coastline is punctuated by resorts such as Scarborough and small, hidden fishing villages like Whitby. The northern coast backs on to the picturesque North York Moors, which consists of heather moorland and deep valleys.
The villages of Pickering, Kettlewell and Skipton remain, like the windswept moors and heathlands that surround them, largely unspoilt. Other picturesque towns like Slaithwaite, Marsden and Holmfirth make the rugged beauty of the Pennine Way more accessible to visitors.
Yorkshire's industrial past is still evident in the old centres of Leeds and Hull. However heavy industry has now been replaced - places like Leeds have experienced extensive redevelopment and now feature new shopping precincts, restaurants and bars.
Read our guide to Yorkshire as we explore some of the county's most popular visitor attractions.