Location Yorkshire Moors and Coast

Yorkshire Moors and Coast Lodges

Sleeps (Min)
Beds
Features
Keldy Forest Lodges
  • Sleep up to 8
  • Hot Tub
  • Dog Friendly
  • On site facilities
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Cropton Forest Lodges
  • Woodland Log Cabins
  • Sleep up to 6
  • Hot Tub
  • Dog Friendly
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Sand le Mere Holiday Village
  • Sleep up to 8
  • Hot tub options
  • Pet Friendly
  • On Site Facilities
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Lobster Lodge, Runswick Bay
  • Sleeps 7
  • Pet Friendly
  • Near Beach
  • Wi-fi
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The Bay, Filey
  • Sleep 4
  • Near Beach
  • Pet Friendly
  • Indoor swimming pool and spa
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Kingfisher Lodge, Brandesburton
  • Sleeps 4
  • Hot Tub
  • Wi-Fi
  • Pet Friendly
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Fairview Lodges, Withernsea
  • Sleep 4 - 6
  • Hot Tubs
  • Decking with garden furniture
  • Free Wi-Fi
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Best Things To Do In Yorkshire Moors and Coast

North Yorkshire Moors Railway

North Yorkshire Moors Railway is a fantastic experience for the whole family. Visitors can enjoy a ride on one of the world’s best heritage railways. The railway takes visitors on a 24-mile experience through the beautiful scenery of the North York Moors National Park. The train also stops at Grosmont Station which was the location for Hogsmeade Station in the first Harry Potter Film. The train also stops at Pickering, Levisham, Grosmont and Whitby.

Robin Hood’s Bay

Robin Hood’s Bay is a small fishing village on the coast of North Yorkshire. A picturesque location worthy of a postcard or photograph, Robin’s Hood Bay is a wonderful place to visit in North Yorkshire. A quaint seaside village, you can enjoy exploring the local shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs or indulge in fish and chips whilst you admire the coastal views.

Scarborough

Scarborough is another seaside town in North Yorkshire that is a popular tourist destination. On the beautiful Yorkshire coast, Scarborough is known as the UK’s original seaside resort and is still popular to this day for seaside holidays. With something for everyone, Scarborough has two stunning beaches, fun attractions and a rich history to discover. This includes Scarborough Castle, the Victorian Central Tramway, Peasholm Park Japanese Gardens, Luna Park theme park, and many cafes, fish and chip shops, ice cream parlours, amusements and much more!

Dalby Forest

Situated on the southern slopes of the North York Moors National Park, Dalby Forest is a beautiful forest offering over 8,000 acres of woodland. Explore, discover and enjoy the great outdoors in the heart of Yorkshire with friends, family and furry friends. Whether you want a scenic walk, long hike or cycle, Dalby Forest is a fantastic scenic location for everyone.

Flamingo Land

A fantastic day out for the whole family, Flamingo Land is a theme park and zoo with something for all ages. Whether you’re a thrill-seeker or prefer to keep your feet on the ground and explore the zoo, Flamingo Land is an award-winning theme park with roller coasters, thrill rides, family rides, kids rides, live shows, restaurants, shops and over 1,000 animals. With so much to do and plenty of fun to be had, Flamingo Land is the ultimate day out in Yorkshire.

Ryedale Folk Museum

A historic museum in Hutton-le-Hole, Ryedale Folk Museum is a great day out for all the family. From young ones to grandparents, Ryedale Folk Museum is educational and fun for everyone. The open-air museum has a fantastic collection of over 40,000 items in historic buildings that showcases the local life from the Iron Age to the 1950s. Visitors can discover over 4,000 years of Yorkshire history in the beautiful 6 acres of land. The museum is also dog-friendly so you can bring your furry friend too.

Forge Valley Woods

Explore the woods in North Yorkshire with this easy 2-mile route. The Forge Valley Woods is a beautiful place to walk all year round. Enjoy sunny walks in summer, crisp and cold adventures in the winter, admire the wonderful colours in autumn and look for fresh flowers in the spring. Whether you’re with friends, family or your dog, this is a great place for a scenic walk in North Yorkshire Moors.

Castle Howard

Castle Howard is a wonderful stately home and historic house in North Yorkshire. Close to the city of York, this is a fabulous day out for all ages. The stately home has beautiful interiors, landscaped gardens and an adventure playground for visitors to explore and enjoy. Located in the Howardian Hills, the 18th-century home is set within beautiful grounds with fountains, lakes and trails, and has a cafe, garden centre and farm shop.

Thirsk Birds of Prey Centre

The Thirsk Birds of Prey Centre is a fun place to visit when you’re in North Yorkshire. The centre has over 70 birds featuring 30 different species. An exciting and thrilling attraction, visitors can watch eagles, falcons, hawks and vultures swoop and dive around you as you sit and enjoy the show in the lovely garden. You’ll also be able to learn more about the birds when you explore the displays and hold one of the birds of prey in the Ultimate Hands-on Experience.

Whitby

Whitby is a popular seaside town in North Yorkshire. Split by the River Esk and on the edge of the North Sea, this is a lovely place to visit for exploring, beach days and discovering local history. Famous for Captain Cook and Dracula, this is a great place to visit to learn more about these historic figures. Visit the ruined Gothic Whitby Abbey which was the inspiration for the novel Dracula and the Captain Cook Memorial Museum which is located in the house where Cook once lived. Whitby boasts beautiful golden sandy beaches, West Cliff Beach in particular is popular for swimming and has a pier and beach huts.

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