If you’re looking for places to visit during your stay with us, this part of Yorkshire definitely won’t disappoint! Please see our guide below to planning days out and about in this beautiful area.
Bustling market town situated in the heart of North Yorkshire.
Betty’s Café Tea Rooms, Northallerton
During your visit to Northallerton why not treat yourself to one of Betty’s famous afternoon teas.
Wensleydale Railway (dog friendly)
Authentic heritage railway running through Wensleydale and Lower Swaledale.
Big Sheep Little Cow
Family-friendly farm attraction with animal enclosures, indoor play area and on-site cafe.
Thorpe Perrow Arboretum (dog friendly)
Rare trees and shrubs in a Victorian arboretum with tea room, children’s play area, birds of prey and animal collections.
Kilpin Hall (dog friendly)
A Jacobean historic house once home to the founder of Maryland.
Mount Grace Priory
The best preserved and most accessible Carthusian priory in Britain.
The World of James Herriot
Multi-award winning attraction where James Herriot, the world’s most famous vet, worked, lived & relaxed.
Historic market town which forms the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales and is home to Richmond Castle.
Originally built as a folly, this family attraction has statues and unique buildings galore.
Newby Hall & Gardens
One of Britain’s finest Adam houses with 25 acres of beautiful gardens and a large children’s adventure playground.
Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden (dog friendly)
This World Heritage Site has the ruins of a vast Cistercian Abbey set in stunning grounds.
With its handsome historic buildings, Harrogate is one of Yorkshire’s most elegant destinations.
Renowned for its exquisite architecture, Gothic cathedral and tangle of quaint cobbled streets.